top of page
CarSafe Dog Travel Harness

CarSafe Dog Travel Harness

PriceFrom $49.95

Company of Animals have been creating and designing innovative dog products for over 40 years. Our knowledge and experience can be seen in the incredible designs of our easy walking and training products.

 

The range of CarSafe dog car harnesses is designed to keep your dog safe and secure, while providing all the best qualities of a walking harness, for ease and convenience on any road trip.

 

All styles connect directly to your car seat belt system to create a safe dog car seat for your pet.

 

The CarSafe Dog Travel Car Harness is lightweight and comfortable for any length of road trip!

 

Using the patented CarSafe single loop webbing design, it keeps your pet safely secured in the car.

 

Securing your dog in the car also ensures you and other passengers stay safe, and that you are in adherence with any applicable road law and insurance requirements on minimizing distraction from your dog, when driving.

  • Sizing

    Please see image for sizing guide

  • Features

    Keeps dogs safely tethered to the seat

    Single loop design for ultimate strength

    Padded chest piece and neck strap for enhanced comfort

    Attaches directly to your car’s existing seatbelt system

    Can be used as a conventional walking harness

    Reflective piping for night-time safety

    Metal D-ring for reliable leash attachment

  • Faqs

    What is the right product size for my dog ?

    To determine which size is best for your furry friend, please refer to the size guides provided on this product page.

    Where is the best place for my dog to sit in the car?

    The dog should be secured on the back seat in a dog car harness or in the boot. Never place your dog on the front seats of the car. If possible, leave your dog’s lead on when travelling in case of emergencies.

    What is best approach for puppy travel?

    Ideally puppies should be transported in a secured travel crate on the back seat, up to 6 months old. However, for bigger breeds once large enough, they can be secured on the back seat in a suitable car harness.

  • YouTube video

bottom of page