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Original price is $10.97. The promo code took off $4.17 making it $6.80. How'd you get $4?
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Looking at the comment pics, If I saw someone with one of these tied to a regular collar, I'd say something.
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These aren't good at protecting a dog in a crash. They are intended to keep the dog in on region of the car. Very active dogs will have issues attached to these.
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These aren't good at protecting a dog in a crash. They are intended to keep the dog in on region of the car. Very active dogs will have issues attached to these.
What are some better options for dogs in a crash scenario? Thanks
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seat beltsPlease
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Looking at the comment pics, If I saw someone with one of these tied to a regular collar, I'd say something.
can we use them on kids Wave
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What are some better options for dogs in a crash scenario? Thanks
Look for a car harness that has been crash tested and rated. I had the EzyDog DRIVE harness for my puppy when she was very little, but now we use the Sleepypod Clickit Utility harness. They don't permit the same amount of movement you get with one of these long tethers, but they are much safer in a crash and the shorter length means less chance of falling off the seat.
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This doesn't seem like it would help in a real accident.

I use a full chest harness plus a black diamond quickdraw double carabiner to lock the harness into a seat belt. It gives the dog a bit of room to move but if the car stops suddenly the seatbelt locks and the dog is kept in place.
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All to often I see cars cruising around town and freeways with dog on drivers lap.
Lol perhaps a very good reason to own a driverless cars.
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Look for a car harness that has been crash tested and rated. I had the EzyDog DRIVE harness for my puppy when she was very little, but now we use the Sleepypod Clickit Utility harness. They don't permit the same amount of movement you get with one of these long tethers, but they are much safer in a crash and the shorter length means less chance of falling off the seat.
Great advice, I just bought an EzyDog harness. Looks VERY SAFE.
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I have some of these that look exactly the same, but in a different brand. My Malamute/Husky mix moves around way too much and ends up tugging the seatbelt buttons out and steps on them which releases her. Don't recommend it for a dog that likes to move around a lot. I use a harness on her.
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What are some better options for dogs in a crash scenario? Thanks
There's only one harness that has passed crash tests and sorry but I can't remember the name. It sells for at least $75 on amazon or on their website but googling "dog harness car safety tested " will probably lead you to it.
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That really depends on the cars they are in.
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I'll point out the obvious. Unless the dog is in the back seat or you have the passenger airbag turned off, the dog's in for a world of hurt. Google for what an airbag does to a smaller than adult sized body. It's not pretty. You have to treat a dog like a kid and safe guard them accordingly.
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