Dog Car Seatbelt


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SKU: 8661 Category:
Keep still when things get rough ‘n tough
When the road gets windy and bumpy, your car can feel uncomfortable. For dogs, it’s even worse, and they are more sensitive to motion and noise. Keep your pet secure and safe from sudden brakes and bumps in the car with our Adjustable Dog Seat Belt.
Buckle up
Like a leash, our seat belt has an adjustable leash with buckle that clips to secure snugly to any headrest in a car. When secure, the clip on the leash snaps to any dog collar you have on your pet.
Adjustable to any
dog or headrest
Our Adjustable Dog Seat Belt is adjustable from 6.7 – 9.8 inches for the head loop, and the length of the clip-on leash is 15.7 – 27.6 inches. This scalable size makes the leash perfect for pets of any size or breed.
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  1. 02

    by V***a

    I love this. I just adopted a 3 year old mix breed. He wants to be on my lap at all times. This isn’t safe when I drive so we now have a system. He gets in the backseat. I put his harness on and hook it to his “seat belt”. This goes securely around the headrest and keeps him in the backseat. It also keeps him safe from sudden stops. Last week while driving an old 2 lane highway a truck in oncoming traffic decided he was going to pass. The problem was that I was in my lane and he was heading straight for me. I had no where to go. I slammed on my brakes which allowed him the extra second to get back on his side of the road. Since Murphy had his harness and belt on he was safe and secure in his seat. Remember, DO NOT CONNECT THIS TO YOUR DOG’S COLLAR. ALWAYS USE SOME SORT OF HARNESS!!!

  2. 02

    by P****i

    Me and my dog take the 5 hour drive up to our cabin every few weeks. I’ve always worried about him trying to jump out of the car when I stop for gas or when I take them out of the car for a rest stop along the way. He’s always been good dog, staying in the back seat, but I really wanted that extra insurance that they’d stay. One of my recent trips, I had to jam on the brakes and my little guy went flying around in the back and that was the final straw – I couldn’t have something happen to him. I looked at both types of restraints – the over the headrest and the clip into the seatbelt clip and settled on these because I can also use them as a leash when we make our “pit stop”. I’m very happy with how they work, though I’m still finding the proper adjustment for him so that they can lie down but not get them under their legs. I think it’s more a matter of the dog getting settled in his beds – which is another reason these restraints work well – they don’t require me to move the bed around to clip them into the seatbelt clip.

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