Dog Seat Belts - Sturdy, Reliable Dog Car Harness
We love our pets and car safety can be a snap with the one size fits all dog seat belt restraint from EzyDog. Use with our dog harnesses to ensure your pup is safe in the back seat while traveling. Vehicle dog restraints have become law in several states in the US, so protect your pup while on the road.
- Just fasten it to the D-ring on any of your dog's harnesses
- Attaches easily to your car’s existing seat belts
- Keeps your dog in place, minimizing driving distractions
- Lets your dog sit or lay down comfortably
- This doggie seat belt will fit any size dog. If you prefer additional adjustablity for lenght then try the CLICK Adjustable Car Restraint
- Color: Black
- One Size Fits All
A Warning About our EzyDog Seat Belt Restraint
Caution: This product is designed to be used with an EzyDog Harness to prevent driver distraction and restrain the dog to one position in the vehicle. In the event of a car accident it may not prevent injury to the passengers or your dog. Inspect attachment for wear or abrasion. Do not use if damaged!
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The Best Dog Seat Belt Restraint on the Market is Found only at EzyDog!
Road trips can be a blast, but not when your dog is clambering all over the car! Reduce driving distractions with the EzyDog Seat Belt Restraint. Attaching to your car’s seat belt and your dog’s sturdy EzyDog dog harness, it keeps your pooch in one place while still allowing him to sit or lay down comfortably.
Trips to the vet, dog park, and everywhere else just got a lot easier! This safe dog seat belt restraint pairs well with the EzyDog QuickFit Harness. Don’t take another car ride with your dog in your lap. Order your seat belt restraint for a dog today! Make road trips with Fido easier.
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Recommend for shorter trips. Have small dog and it prevents her from moving around much on the seat. This is especially fantastic when just me and her in the vehicle, car or pickup, as she is smaller and very active dog. Also have the Dog Seat Belt, which instead of looping on the Seat Belt that is clicked in normally, the Dog Seat Belt is a single strap with the click implement that is clicked in instead of the seat belt. It allows the pup more room, yet prevents pup from wandering the car. Both will save pup from being thrown from a car, but neither will prevent injury to pup in accidents. This came with the harness I eventually ended up with. Must repeat what another poster has stated "DO NOT USE EITHER TYPE OF SEAT BELT RESTRAINT WITH ANY TYPE OF COLLAR!!! MUST BE USED WITH A HARNESS!!! PREFERABLY A HARNESS WITH ATTACHMENT BEHIND FORE LEGS, NOT IN THE MIDDLE OF THEIR BACK!!!!"
not worth the $10 bucks that I spent.
EzyDog says: Thank you for your review. We are happy to accept your return of the product. Please contact info@EzyDog.com if you have any questions.
I tried to use this restraint for my 7 lb chiweeni. It holds him in place because he is smaller dog and does not need much wiggle room. However, I would have preferred the click belt and just adjusted to a shorter length. I Just don't feel like returning it. I will see if my mom wants it for her yorkie. I for sure did not like it for my larger dog. My Catahoula could not move. Only sit and stand. She felt frustrated. So I used the clip on for her and she was able to move and position herself comfortably in the back seat and also come to console to say hi and go back. It is adjustable so you can put the length exactly where you feel it needs to be. I wish I had bought two of the click restraints instead of one of each. Oh well, I did like the easy on harness for both the small chiweeni and the larger Catahoula. PLEASE KEEP IN MIND-- NOT TO ATTACH RESTRAUBT TO A NECK COLLAR. YOU MUST USE HARNESS FOR THE SAFETY OF THE DOGS NECK JERKING AND/OR HANGING UPON IMPACT
It is a great idea and works well but the issue I am having with my large puppy is that the seat belt always retracts all the way eventually and he cannot sit and is forced to be stuck in the laying down position. This is probably due to vehicle to vehicle difference but is something to be addressed. with the seat belt buckled and as tight as it can go with nothing behind he should be able to be in the sitting position not just forced to llay down if he so much as bends down at all.
EzyDog says: Thanks for the review Brandon. For more length check out our Click! Seat Belt Restraint.
I never thought of restraining my dog in the car before, but gave it a try since it came free with this harness. I should have tried it a long time ago. I don't miss my pup trying to climb in the front seat with me or pacing in the back seat. She just sits still. Good for me and good for her too!
The harness itself works great. I purchased this brand over others because of the seat belt attachment which came with it. When I put my lab into my car, I attached the clip as shown in the picture but he was still able to move around extensively in my vehicle. He was able to get down from the captain's chair in my second row and pull the seat belt strap out as far as it would go. Would not recommend this for anyone with large dogs!
EzyDog says: Thanks Melissa - This is not an issue we have seen with most dogs, as pulling seat belt slack can be a difficult task. I would recommend checking out the Click for your pup. Please let us know if we can be of any assistance: email@example.com
Love to finally put safety over pleasure for my dog while traveling in the car. However, my dog is big and the short seat belt retraint keeps him pinned and unable to turn his body. I have not given up on safety, but his comfort while traveling is also a peace of mind. Decided to purchase the longer restraint belt and attached it to his chest harness
I like the seat belt restraint. They are very secure. Had to rig my seatbelt a little to fix my boxer. For taller dogs simply put a little more slack in the "lap" portion of the seatbelt. My seat belts had a loose loop at the buckle, so I set it the way I wanted it, and wrapped a cheap velcro strap around the seat belt right next to the buckle to keep it sized correctly. I will admit that I later bought the "clicky" seat belt strap from Ezydog. I prefer it over this one because it is faster to secure and can be adjusted for length depend if I put the dog in the front or back seat. Both products not only keep your dog safer, but keep you safer too. Especially if you have a small dog that can accidentally get in to the driver's side floorboard while driving. I'm not sure about all states, but a loose dog in a vehicle will get you a traffic violation where I live. I even got a compliment (and reprimand) from an officer. He told me, "I'm glad to see the pet is wearing his seat belt, too bad the owner isn't. Here is your seat belt ticket!"