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Dog Restraints

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by landsmasher, Mar 26, 2002.

  1. landsmasher

    landsmasher 1/2 ton status

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    My dog loves to go wheelin with me but tends to leave the seat at times when we hit a good dip or bump. Has anyone come up with a good seat belt / harness for dogs? If so could you tell me about them and email or post some pics?
     
  2. delta9blazer

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    they are available currently, and utilize your existing seatbelts, but are made for your dog's dims, instead of a human's.
    it's more for commuters and travelers than wheelers, so i don't know if it will work perfectly, but it'll be a good place to start.
    type in "dog restraint" in a search engine, and see what pops up.

    just found these....
    ruffrider.com
    canineauto.com
    truckdogs.com
     
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    sweet. I'm glad someone brought this up. I've been wondering too. I throw my dog into the floorboard when we're just on flat ground. /forums/images/icons/frown.gif
     
  4. landsmasher

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    Thanks Delta9,
    Perfect! Looked at them all and Ruffrider and Cainine Auto look like just what I need. I had to stop the other day on a trail because I was laughing so hard when I looked over and saw the dog about 12 inches above the seat just looking at me with those confused eyes as if to say "hey! this aint normal is it?" I slowed down after that.

    For $35 to $45 it's a deal.
     
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    <font color=blue> Cool ! It's good to see that you guys care for the safety of your mutts as much as you do yourself !
     
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    Petco and Petsmart both crry them if you are looking for one locally.
    I have 2 one for each dog.
     
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    We use our dog harness. it has a strap on the back of it that you can atach a seatbelt to. after i put it on her she didnt even move side to side anymore.
     

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