A Review of Safety Pet Travel Seats

Safety Pet Travel SeatsIf you and your furry friend take a lot of road trips together, he needs safety pet travel seats to be comfortable, too! As long as your dog is less than 50 pounds, he can ride in style in one of the new pet travel seats.

They are a lot safer than simply letting your dog lay down on a blanket in the back seat. Travel seats actually have padding for comfort, and harness straps for safety.

It only takes one accident for your dog to get injured, so let’s take a look at some of the different travel seats on the market.

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Deluxe Lookout Dog Safety Car Seat

Deluxe Lookout Dog Safety Car SeatThis car seat comes in different sizes to fit your pet. It has a cozy lambskin lining for comfort, plus a safety strap that connects to your dog’s harness.

This is to prevent him from jumping around in the back seat. Store his extra toys and food in the convenient storage tray under the seat.

Your dog will want to relax and take a nap while you do all the work.

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Outward Hound Pet Car Booster Seat

Outward Hound Pet Car Booster SeatThis little booster seat will help a Maltese-sized pup gaze out the window while he stays safely attached to a harness strap.

Little dogs love to look out the window as much as Labrador’s, but they can’t without some help from their humans.

It also folds down so you can stick it in the trunk when it’s not being used.

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Roll Around Travel Pet Carrier

Roll Around Travel Pet CarrierThis is actually a 4-in-1 device. It can be used to roll your dog around, plus it fits under airline seats.

Use it as a car seat when you’re traveling with your dog. He can stick his head out of the flap while staying safely inside the mesh enclosure.

Don’t drive too fast – it’s only been tested at 30 mph on the road!

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