We all love a day out with our canine family members. A walk on the beach, a trip into town or an adventure on holiday somewhere. When travelling by car, your pup’s safety and security is priority. Many people choose a car crate to keep their dogs safe in the car, but what if your car isn’t big enough; or you’d just rather travel with your dog at your side? Our selection of dog safety harnesses may be just the thing you need.
Our Choice Of Car Harnesses and Tethers For Dogs
A pet seatbelt is an ideal for keeping your dog safe in the backseat of the car. It simply clips to your dogs harness and the other end slots into your seatbelt fitting. It will give your dog some freedom whilst also making sure he can't move around too much or distract you. Perfect for larger dogs who are too big for a crate.
A comfortable dog car harness with a broad padded chest plate to reduce stress on the chest area. The seatbelt tether is compatible with seatbelt systems and will ensure your dog’s safety when travelling in the car. The Kurgo harness is so comfortable it can even double up as a walking harness due to its comfortable fit. With six adjustment points and easy to use nesting buckles, you won’t be disappointed with the practicality and versatility of this car harness.
If you have a little puppy or a toy dog, you may wish to give them their very own seat. The Kurgo Sky Box Booster seat can be used in either the front or back and is really easy to fit. It has a fitted tether that attaches to your puppy’s harness so they can’t get out whilst you’re on the move. Your puppy will love sitting in their very own car seat; sitting next to you rather than in the boot and able to watch the world go by!
Whichever you choose, you can rest assured that your pup will travel in perfect comfort and safety. We do also have car crates if you’d prefer to travel with your dog in the boot. The choice is yours!
Do read our other Designed for the Road – Dog Drying Coats and Car Boot Mats blog posts if you missed them. Full of handy product recommendations and tips for adventures with your pup.
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