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What are the Best Dog Seat Belts, Restraint Devices & Pet Barriers for Cars, Trucks & SUVs?
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Most restraint systems, including crates, car seats, and harness/seat belt combinations, can prevent our dogs from distracting us while we’re driving. Financial considerations, convenience, the size of our dogs, as well as the size of the vehicles we already own, may dictate that a safety harness and seat belt are the best of those options for simply keeping the dog out of the driver’s way.
Mar 3, 2017 - Proper restraints for your dog are the best way to ensure their safety while in the car
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The best car harness for your dog should be designed and tested to the same standards that we use for safety devices for ourselves and our children. All three harnesses reviewed have met the standards laid out in the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 213 Child Restraint Systems (FMVSS 213) Compare vehicle restraint products for your dog with this helpful comparison chart.
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Pet safety while traveling is always a top concern for loving, responsible pet owners. There are a lot of products available claiming to protect your dogs in a vehicle crash. Many of these products are untested and not safe for your beloved dog. NBC’s “Rossen Reports” has conducted an in-depth test and has made a list of the best car restraint systems to protect your dog in a vehicle crash."Amazing. This is pure genius! Used with her ezydog harness she can now ride in the backseat and not in my lap! My dog was terrified in the car so she wasn't trying to get in my lap because she was having fun, she was actually frightened. And a 50 pound staffie in your lap while driving is a recipe for disaster. We have used this probably 5 times now and I'm so happy with it and so is she! She actually jumps in the car and sirs down in the middle of the backseat!!! Having a dog that is afraid of the car makes it difficult to take them to the vet, etc. This restraint is perfect for traveling with your dog in the car. We got one for each dog and a spare for the glove box. We also bought one for each of our kids dogs. Best money I ever spent."The Click Adjustable Car Restraint clicks directly into your car’s seatbelt receiver. It is adjustable from 17.5 – 26 inches which makes it the length you need for your small or large dog. This product works best when paired with a harness. We do not recommend the use of seatbelt restraints with collars and it is compatible with all EzyDog Harnesses.Another way to secure your dog in a car is by using that can be attached to car seats to prevent sliding. This is probably one of the best options for those who will use a dog crate once they arrive at the location, as well as for dogs who cannot be restrained into the best dog booster seat.Hoffman points out that the safest way for your dog to travel in the vehicle is in a travel crate tethered to the floorboard. If that isn’t possible, then the harness-style restraint is the next best thing. Solvit’s Deluxe Car Seat Harness allows for different levels of safety based on an owner’s overall goal. If the consumer wants to go beyond restraining for driver distraction, they can add a three point attachment accessory for a safer ride for their pup. A , which are sold separately, on each side of the dog can be found on the company’s website. For me, I sit Driving Miss Daisy-style most times in the car, as a family member drives with me and my harnessed pooch in the back seat. I still wonder how to best protect him and what to report to the more than 78 million dogs who live in U.S. households. No doubt, millions of them are traveling with their pet parents, restrained and unrestrained. Now, I am not so sure which of the two is the lesser evil.