One of my biggest pet peeves is people not securing their dogs in a car or back of a truck when they are on the road. I wish there was a number you could call to report these dumb asses.
Justin trying out his new seat belt leash
I had bought these new Pet Glory dog seat belts for Zipper Who Doodle, but they were just to heavy. So I gave them to my neighbor Nina, whose big dog rides in the back seat of her car and she likes to have him secured when she driving.
She has bought 3 different dog seat belts and had to return each of them because they wouldn't let him lay down.
I like the fact this set comes with a seat belt that can stay in the car and one that be can use as the lead. The leads are really well made and will last a really long time. The bonus is the zipper pocket located on the main leash where you can put some cash, keys or poop bags, and the handle is padded so when your doggie is pulling the lease, your hand won't get rubbed raw or cut into your fingers and palm. The leash seat belts are adjustable and have reflective fabric strips sewn into the leads,which is great because Nina walks her dogs after work late at night. They are so easy to use, just insert the leash seat belt end into your car seat belt latch.
Zipper the Who Doodle
If you have a small dog, the leashes might be too heavy. I would like to see a lighter version for smaller dogs like my Chinese Creasted, Zipper the Who Doodle. #DogLeash #Doglove