Choose from Several Dog Car Harnesses and Pet Seat Belts to Keep Your K9 Safe
Seat belts are essential for any passenger in a moving vehicle including your pets. Keep your furry friend safe in the event of an unforeseen accident by securing them in place with a pet seat belt. You can safely restrict your dog's movement with a seat belt designed specifically for your best friend. We have six dog car harness brands to choose from. For information on the difference between the various brands, visit our blog at PetAutoSafetyBlog.com.
If you already have dog seat belts, we also have replacement tethers and accessories. And don't forget, we also have a Guarantee Fit Promise.
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Protect your pet as you would any member of your family with dog seat belts and car harnesses from PetAutoSafety.com.
Order one of the following brands/styles: standard padded and non-padded, ClickIt Utility, Kurgo Tru-Fit and Go-Tech, Bergan, Pet Buckle, and Ruff Rider Roadie. (The ClickIt Utility and Ruff Rider Roadie are currently available for free shipping via USPS regular mail.)
Strap your pet in securely with a durable and comfortable dog car harness / seat belt
Dog car harnesses prevent your animal companion from being a distraction while you drive so you can keep your eyes on the road, where it should be. Pet Auto Safety has pet safety harnesses and seat belts for dogs from ClickIt, Ruff Rider, Bergan, Kurgo, and PetBuckle that come in all different sizes that will fit comfortably around your furry best friend from large breeds to small. Whether it's a long road trip or a short drive to the store, use a dog safety belt to help keep your companion out of harm's way.
**A nonprofit organization called the Center for Pet Safety did an independent crash study on several pet safety harness brands - 2013 Dog Car Harness Safety Report. This study was completed and reported in October 2013. They rated the ClickIt Utility as the top performing dog car harness brand. The Ruff Rider Roadie came next. The Bergan passed using a 25 and 45lb dog dummy but failed at the 75lb size. The Kurgo Tru-Fit passed using a 45lb dog dummy but failed at the 25 and 75lb level. The Kurgo Go-Tech dog seat belts were not in the study because it is a new product that came out when the study was already underway. Pet Buckle, both small and large, failed. If you're considering a size that failed, remember than buckling up your pet still provides a number of benefits. It keeps him from being a distraction. He can't jump or fly out of the window. He can't stand on the center console. The dog car harnesses may provide some protection in minor cases such as fender benders and emergency vehicle maneuvers such as sudden stops and swerving.
How to put on a basic dog car harness video:
The harnesses depicted in the video with Sephi is the standard style. All our brands work similarly to this one. You can also check out a video on how to put on the Bergan dog seat belt on You Tube.
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What is the difference between each of these dog car harness brands? Each of them has a different levels of quality, safety testing, and fit. For a dog car harness that simply keeps your best friend in the back and from being a distraction to the driver then consider the standard ones. If you want something with a little more security and comfort, consider the Bergan brand. The Bergan has been safety tested using V9DT standards and has a very comfortable fit. The tethers on this brand are nice because they can attach directly to the housing of most safety belts and your furry pal is not likely to get tangled in it. The tether can also be used in the cargo area if the cargo area has metal anchors.
Another harness that can be used in the cargo area is the Pet Buckle. The Pet Buckle has been crash tested and it may come with the Kwik-Connect tether. If you elect to get one with this particular tether, it works much like the Bergan in that your dog doesn't get tangled in it and it can connect in the cargo area. The Ruff Rider Roadies are also a very nice and comfortable dog car harnesses. They have been crash tested and comes in many sizes so that your pet is sure to find the right fit. The Kurgo Tru-Fit and Go-Tech dog seat belts are also great crash tested products. They also have a padded vest which helps to dissipate pressure in a sudden stop.
The new ClickIt Utility dog car harnesses are by far the safest of all these. It has three anchor points so that your pet does not come off the seat in a crash. It has been crash tested and safety tested using higher standards than most other brands. It has some limitations, though. It can only be used on smaller medium sized dogs to large dogs. It can't be used on smaller pets. It can only be used in the back seat and only in vehicles 2001 models and later which have the latch system between the cushions. Also, it is very restrictive. If your furry best friend likes to move around a lot, then consider the Bergan dog seat belts instead. Or consider the Kurgo but use the Bergan tether so that your pet can stand and not get tangled. There are a lot more pros and cons of all the brands. Visit each of their pages for more detailed information.
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