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Seat Belt Restraint


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Dog Seat Belts - Sturdy, Reliable Dog Car Harness Restraints

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. 

Product Information


seat belt restraint diagram

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!

Prioritize Your Dog's Safety with a Dog Seat Belt Restraint from EzyDog

Road trips can be a blast, but not when your unrestrained 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 - safe travels!

Pet Safety FAQ

What's the best way to keep dogs safe in the car?

Just like people, dogs should wear a pet seat belt in case of a crash. The safest way for dog owners to travel with dogs is to secure them with car seat belts or dog car harnesses.

How do you use a safety restraint? 

This safety restraint features a simple design that clicks into the seat belt buckle and hooks around your dog's collar. Other devices like safety harnesses function similarly.

What should I do if my dog doesn't like the seat belt?

Have patience and try to get them used to it with treats, short trips, and practice buckling them in.

Where should a dog sit in the car? 

The back seat is typically the safest place. It can be dangerous and distracting to have a dog in the front seat, especially in the event of an accident. Even sudden stops can cause severe injury to an unrestrained pet.


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  • 1
    Too short

    Posted by Nancy on 6th Dec 2020

    This was way too short. My dog couldn't even sit up when it's fastened. EzyDog Says: Hi Nancy - We're sorry to hear you are not pleased with your purchase. You may try pulling the slack in the seat belt to the desired amount of freedom before attaching the restraint to your dog. Please give this a try and if you need further assistance, please contact us at or 877-3EZYDOG.

  • 5
    Seat Belt Restraint

    Posted by Deborah on 24th Nov 2018

    Love this product. I now have 3

  • 5
    Seat Belt Restraint

    Posted by Deborah on 25th Oct 2018

    Absolutely love this item. Sturdy and comfy for my Satchiko!

  • 4
    Seat belt restraint

    Posted by Nadine on 30th Aug 2017

    I like the ease of use, however, it slids down on the seatbelt making it a little difficult to get the dog unhooked.

  • 4
    Elizabeth Vaughan Gallagher

    Posted by Elizabeth Vaughan Gallagher on 13th Aug 2017

    The product would be great for the right size dog. It is very well made and strong.

  • 4
    Works to restrain to seat when movement is not advised

    Posted by Diane on 7th Jul 2017

    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!!!!"

  • 1
    seat belt restraint

    Posted by Unspecified on 31st May 2016

    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 if you have any questions.

  • 3

    Posted by Diana L on 29th Jan 2015

    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

  • 5
    Seat Belt for toy poodle

    Posted by Julie Reitz on 28th May 2014

    Love it!