WASHINGTON (PRWEB) April 22, 2020
The Center for Pet Safety, the 501(c)(3) research and consumer advocacy organization dedicated to consumer and companion animal safety, today awarded the new Lucky Kennel Intermediate with Lucky Anchor Straps a 5 Star Crash Test Rating.
CPS is leading the first scientific approach to pet product safety and the Crate Crash Test Protocol and Rating System provides essential guidelines for pet product manufacturers. The test protocol, which is a result of the 2015 Crate Crashworthiness Study conducted by Center for Pet Safety and sponsored by Subaru of America outlines a consistent test methodology and evaluation program to ensure pet travel crates offer crash protection.
“We are very excited to add the Lucky Kennel Intermediate with Lucky Anchor Straps to our CPS Certified lineup”, said Lindsey Wolko, Center for Pet Safety founder. “It takes a tough kennel to achieve certification and pet owners value companies that take safety seriously and certify with CPS.”
Center for Pet Safety encourages manufacturers interested in participating in this rigorous testing and performance program to contact Info@CenterForPetSafety.org or call 800.324.3659.
To learn more about the Center for Pet Safety mission, become a Sponsor or to make a direct contribution visit http://www.CenterforPetSafety.org, contact Info@CenterForPetSafety.org or call 800.324.3659.
About the Center for Pet Safety®:
The Center for Pet Safety (CPS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit research, advocacy and educational organization dedicated to consumer and companion animal safety. A member of the Consumer Federation of America and based in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area, the Center for Pet Safety's mission is to have an enduring, positive impact on the survivability, health, safety, and well-being of companion animals and the consumer through scientific research, product testing and education. CPS is not affiliated with the pet products industry and does not accept funding from pet products manufacturers. Welcome to the Science of Pet Safety™. For additional information, visit http://www.CenterForPetSafety.org.