Crash-Tested Dog Car Harness
This crash-tested dog car harness keeps you and your pup safe while driving. It has been designed as a dog safety harness, not a converted walking harness. The all-steel Nesting Buckle System is based on the engineering for harnesses used by rock climbers and linesmen ensuring strength and safety.
With five adjustments points, it’s easy to get a near custom fit for any dog, regardless of size and proportions. The chest pad reduces stress on the trachea and sternum while dispersing kinetic energy across the chest of the dog. This is important during those rare, but dangerous impact crashes.
Because it’s designed with comfort in mind, our Enhanced Strength Tru-Fit Harness can also be used as a no-pull walking harness. There’s a halt ring on the front chest plate. If your pup tries to pull, it will just turn him around effectively training him that pulling will get him nowhere!
For maximum crash protection and to limit excursion, you should use the included carabiner to attach the harness to you car seatbelt system. If your dog cannot tolerate this level of restraint, you can also use the included 10-inch dog seat belt tether to provide a bit more range of movement.
- Protects dogs, drivers and passengers on the road
- Broad, padded chest plate for extra protection and comfort
- Compatible with any vehicle seat belt system
- Includes a carabiner and 10-inch dog seat belt loop
- Functions as an auto or walking harness
- Five adjustment points for a perfect fit on all shapes and sizes
- All-metal hardware
- Machine washable. Line dry.
- Size Chart
Measure chest and neck to determine harness size. The fit should be snug but not restrictive.
Crash Testing Information
This harness has been tested at a University of Michigan lab, an accredited National Highway Traffic Safety Administration facility, using the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard for child restraint systems. It has been tested for dogs up to 75 pounds.
5 out of 5-Star Testimonials…
Best harness I have ever used!! My 90lb 18 month Pitbull has destroyed or broken every collar and harness he has had. Some have also caused him unnecessary discomfort. This harness is on him all the time and he seems to be perfectly content with it. It holds him well, it allows him to move freely and its incredibly strong. Combined with the seat belt harness its a great way to keep the dog from jumping around in the car and hopping from the front to back constantly. I also recommend Kurgo due to their excellent customer service. I had an issue with a different order and they prompty and fairly took care of my needs. Excellent work Kurgo!! ~ WileyOompa, Raleigh, NC
Safety First We love this harness. This is the fourth one we have purchased. We have one for each of our dogs. They are all standard poodles and range in size from 40 pounds to 80 pounds. Our dogs go everywhere with us and they know when they get in the car they wear their harness and are buckled in. We wouldn’t dream of riding in the car without our seatbelts, and we won’t let our dogs either. Safety first. We have purchased extra seat belt tethers so that both of our cars are equipped with them. The tethers make buckling the dogs in so easy. ~ Kimberly, California
Fantastic safety harness! I bought this to keep me and my dog safe on road trips and the occasional trip into the city. The construction is rock solid with double stitching and heavy duty metal buckles. The harness is easy to slip on and off. My dog seems to be very comfortable with the harness on. The breast plate is large enough that it spreads any force all along my dogs chest rather than a single point. It fits perfectly after adjusting it. So well in fact that I can grab the top strap and lift my 80 pound dog up without him showing any discomfort at all. I got the red harness to go on my black dog and it looks great on him which is an added bonus. I recommend the “Direct to Seat Belt Tether” to go with this harness if you intend to use it as a safety device in your car. ~ sleeper692, Portland, OR
We’ve bought THREE! (for one dog) When we bought the first two, we got one with plastic connections and one with metal. Not thinking about the metal being stronger, we used the metal on our golf cart and the plastic in the car. Since we live four blocks from the beach, the metal rusted, so the harness needed to be replaced. After reading the crash test results, I realized that the one in the car needed to be metal, so I bought him one with metal to use in the car and we’re using the plastic on the golf cart (he LOVES to go bye-bye on the golf cart!!) Strongly recommend these harnesses… they are easy to hook up and are easily adjustable to fit him perfectly. ~ Cooper’s Mom, Port Aransas, TX
Direct to Seat Belt Tether: This dog seat belt attaches to your dog’s harness with a carabiner and clicks directly into the female slot of any car’s seat belt, making it quick and easy to restrain your pup to avoid distracted driving.
Swivel Tether: Our strongest tether system, featuring a carabiner used by arborists. Its swivel action also makes it harder for those escape artist pups to get free from their restraint or twist their seat belt tether.
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