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Canine Friendly Dog Safety Harness, Large, Steel Grey
Durable 1050D nylon fleece lined chest panel and 2,300-5,000-pound break strength webbing
Created: 07/19/2013, 12:00 am :: Visitor Count: 1920 :: Show & add comments
Tags:   dog    seat    belt,    dog    car    restraint,    dog    car    safety    Canine    Friendly    Dog    Safety    Harness,    Large,    Steel    Grey
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  • Protects your dog, yourself and passengers from motor vehicle injuries
  • Crash test certified up to 85-pound at 30 mph
  • Durable 1050D nylon fleece lined chest panel and 2,300-5,000-pound break strength webbing
  • Usable as a walking harness for easy transfer from your vehicle to street
  • Size large fits a girth of 29.5-35.5-inch and a weight of 40-65-pound

Product Description

Canine Friendly Safety Harness
Why Buckle Up Your Pup?


Seat belts save lives. Even low speed collisions can lead to fatalities, as unrestrained pets can be launched into dashboards or windshields injuring you, your passenger and your dog.
How It Works
  • The Canine Friendly Safety Harness is designed to distribute pulling pressure broadly across the chest to prevent your dog from being launched from its seat in the event of an impact at speeds of up to 30 mph. It leverages the braking power of your vehicle's seat belt that is designed to activate when there is a change in pulling pressure as low as one G-force. Your vehicle seat belt threads through the bartacked reinforced webbing loop on the back of the harness.
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Harness Features
How is the Canine Friendly Dog Safety Harness Different?


Crash testing the Safety Harness as a whole functioning unit under life-like simulations better predicts how the product will perform in the real world. • Canine Friendly has gone beyond component durability testing by subjecting the Dog Safety Harness to independent testing by MGA Research, an industry-leading auto testing facility located near Detroit, Michigan. • Crash tests using weighted mannequins and auto-sled simulation performed by MGA concluded that the Canine Friendly Safety Harness exceeds industry's Pet Safety - Durability Test standards for dogs up to 85 lbs. Crash test certified up to 85 lbs at 30 mph.


The heavy duty quality of the Safety Harness is a result of using high-grade 1050D nylon fleeced lined chest panel (Image 1), high break strength aluminum buckles (Image 2), stainless steel O-Rings with 2,300 to 5,000 lb break strength webbing (Image 4), 2,200 to 2,300 break strength stainless steel slides (Image 3) and seat belt-rated thread that are all tested to be highly effective for its purpose.
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Canine Friendly Dog Safety Harness, Large, Steel Grey
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