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CarSafe Crash Tested Dog Safety Harness - from the makers of Halti. Crash Tested to 32Kg/70lbs, Safely Secure Dog in the Car, Comfortable and Padded Design, for Toy, Small, Medium and Large Dogs

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In fact, dogs not only raise your risk of having an accident, they can make accidents more dangerous too. So, you have to keep safety in mind! Specifically designed to spread and distribute potentially dangerous forces across your dog’s body, this harness is especially wide, which helps keep your dog comfortable while traveling. As you would expect from such a strong harness, it’s not the lightest or most convenient for walking. It can still be used for short walks though – and even has reflective strips for improving night-time visibility. I’d be wary of it being too hot in warm weather though. It’s also probably too restrictive for long walks. Although crash tested harnesses come with a premium price tag, you have complete peace of mind that they are safe to use. However, that’s not to say the alternatives aren’t safe to use but they have simply not been tested. The Bergan auto harness for dogs is tested to ensure the construction and materials won’t fail in the event of a crash. However, additional independent testing showed it not to be as reliable for dogs weighing over 34 kg (75lb) as those below. Whilst this means medium-sized dogs are taken care of, it isn’t great news for their bigger brothers.

Depending on where you live, the time it may take for your exchanged product to reach you, may vary. The only main downside of this harness is the fact that it’s only available in a single style but they do offer a choice of three sizes that are all adjustable for maximum comfort.A pawticularly pleasing aspect of this harness’ design is the deep breastplate. If you have a deeper chested dog such as a whippet, greyhound, Visla, or Weimaranar, it can be difficult to find a harness that fits, let alone a safety harness! However, this Bergan auto harness could be just what your deep-chested dog needs. Fortunately, there are ways you can help mitigate these dangers and keep your beloved bestie safe when riding around town. There are 5 different PRO models, each being a different Width. Apart from the smallest size, the Height is the same across the range. There are different options for Length (Small, Medium, Large), reflecting the Length (or depth) of the car boot from the bottom of the rear seat to the tailgate. Unlike with a walking harness, their weight is not a concern here, so the right harness for your dog on a lead may not be secure enough for them in the car. Seatbelt Fastening of owners do not restrain their dogs with a harness whilst in the car and a quarter admitted to finding them a distraction. 10% said they had to take their hand off the wheel to restrain their doggy passengers. There's a legal obligation for dogs to travel safely and the Dogs Trust advises they are not in the front of the car. Are harnesses bad for dogs?

To prevent reactions between treatments and collar materials, collars should be removed during use of liquid flea treatments. A simple solution is a dog harness that attaches to the seat belt. Unfortunately, while most harnesses are great for preventing distractions, many don’t have the strength to protect your canine friend in an accident (the same goes forcar seats). Standard harnesses often have a basic “seat belt” loop, but in a high-speed collision this will almost certainly break. Even dog harnesses labelled as suitable for cars may not provide much protection. The Kurgo is a well-made harness designed to restrain your dog during travel. It also doubles as a walking harness.Although expensive, the EzyDog Drive is a high quality safety tested dog car harness that’s easy to use and provides maximum comfort for your dog. For complete peace of mind, the harness has also been tested in the USA and Australia (as well as Europe), which is a testament to the safety of the harness.

The canine restraint was dynamically tested under the conditions outlined in Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 213 Child Restraint Systems (FMVSS 213). The canine restraint was installed on the canine crash test mannequin per the manufacturer’s (Ruffwear) instructions and then secured to the test bench restraint system. FMVSS 213 employs a standard bench seat that represents the rear seating environment of an automobile. The seat bench and add on restraint was then subjected to the 30 mph generic frontal crash pulse detailed in FMVSS 213. Although it’s legal to take your dog out in the car, the Highway Code states that you must restrain them to avoid distraction. The harness is one of the best and safest methods of restraint and is ideal for dogs of all sizes. Some harnesses, such as the Kurgo Car Harness, give you a carabiner which clips to the fastened seatbelt rather than struggling to loop the belt through the harness. Crash Testing for SafetyEasy to put on, even an excited dog. Available in small, medium, large, extra-large, and jumbo. Carries the RAC branding (which is a reassuring sign of quality)Padded chest piece for extra comfort This is a good quality, well-made product that compares favourably in price with similar safety restraints. Available in sizes small, medium, and large, and it has adjustable straps that help ensure a good fit. The RAC wouldn’t put their name to any old product, which means you can be reassured of a well-made product that won’t disintegrate after a few uses. However, you should be aware that this safety equipment does not claim to pass a crash-test at 30 mph. This means it’s main benefit is that it secures the dog in one place in the car.

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