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Ezydog Click Adjustable Seat Belt Attachment

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SKU
I154611
Dc Housing Type
Travel
Description
The Dog Seat Belt! The EzyDog Click Dog Car Restraint is effectively a seat belt for dogs. Simply attach to your dog's harness and 'click' the buckle into the seat belt socket and your dog is restrained in your vehicle Stay Safe on the Road with your Dog Dog Safety is the number one goal with all our EzyDog Travel products. The CLICK Adjustable Car Restraint, is a simple to use dog car harness that keeps your pup in one position and preventing driver distraction. It uses the same type of webbing that is used on the seat belt so is tough and strong. Flexibility for any Dog The CLICK Car Restraint has Tri Glide Adjustment so can be used for both small and big dogs. This also means that you can give your dog as much room to move as you wish. You can connect the Click to any Dog Harness (Although we would recommend an EzyDog Quick Fit or Convert Harness!) Features: Just Click it and Go! Fully adjustable for different size dogs and flexibility Simple solution to keep your dog in one position while driving Made from strong and durable seat belt webbing Compatible with all EzyDog Harnesses WARNING: In the event of a car accident this product may not prevent injury to the passenger or dog. DO NOT USE IF DAMAGED Please note: The Click does not work in the Volvo range of cars

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