Boatsetter offers tips for boating with dogs

Peer-to-peer boating company Boatsetter is urging boaters to be prepared when bringing dogs on board.
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Peer-to-peer boating company Boatsetter is urging boaters to be prepared when bringing dogs on board.

“Our customers aren’t the only ones who want to enjoy life on the water. We want their dogs to enjoy the same amenities,” Boatsetter chief marketing officer Pablo Vidal said in a statement. “Here at Boatsetter, we want our guidance to help direct boaters how to properly care for and boat with their dogs.”

Click here for a list of tips to keep dogs safe aboard boats.

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