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NOTE: The manufacturer recommends for optimal safety, attaching your seatbelt directly to your Allsafe Harness. However, if you prefer to give your dog more room to move in your vehicle it is strongly advised to keep the tether to the shortest length possible which is 6".
The AllSafe Dog Vehicle Harnesses is German engineered to be superior to other products on the market not only to restrain a dog during transport in a vehicle but also to offer protection in the event of an automobile collision. The Allsafe Dog Harness has been crashed tested both in Germany and US and met or exceeded prescribed child safety standards. Collision tested with a dog dummy at speeds up to 30 mph. One of the only crash tested/ crash-test certified dog restraint harnesses /seatbelts in the USA. There is no substitutes for quality performance and safety standard engineering. TUV- certified to resist pressure up to a ton.
Sleepypod Clickit Dog Safety Harness - "Three Point" Seatbelt
Most Dog Car Safety Harnesses will combine safety with comfort.
I immediately rejected a handful of harnesses, including the Ezy Dog harness we currently use, as they didn’t offer any form of crash or safety testing. That left me with only a few choices and it was a lot less overwhelming.We know from our efforts that long extension tethers and zipline-style products increase the freedom of the dog in the backseat. While some pet owners think this is a good idea, Center for Pet Safety has proven that extension products actually increase the risk of distraction and injury to both you and your pet. Dogs that are not properly restrained can slip or fall into the passenger leg compartment and become a distraction. It’s the primary reason why CPS counsels pet owners to avoid harnesses with extension tethers and zipline-style connections. Using a harness product that does not have a tether is our recommended selection to prevent driver distraction.I’m becoming that crazy dog lady that has too much dog gear, but I want the safest harness for the car and the best harness for walking and if that is two harnesses, so be it, I guess. JUST TAKE MY MONEY. These dogs are real lucky they have a job. I’ll let you know what we think and if the harness is as complicated as it looks. I can figure it out…right?The pet harness crash test study was designed by CPS (*). It paralleled the tests done on child safety seats, and was conducted by MGA Research Corporation, an independent National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) contracted testing laboratory. The tests uncovered serious flaws in most currently marketed pet restraint systems, and resulted in the Clickit Utility Dog Harness being identified as the clear winner.