Wonder Walker Car Strap
Most canine travel restraints are rarely used because they are confusing and difficult to put on. The Car Strap, however, attaches to the back ring in the Wonder Walker��� Body Halter�� or to your dog's harness. It prevents your dog from jumping around in the car. A Car Strap can also prevent your dog from jumping from the bed of a truck, jumping out the car window, or from becoming a projectile in an accident. The strap can also serve as a short emergency leash in a pinch. The straps are adjustable in length allowing your dog to sit, lie down, or stand inside your vehicle.
To avoid injury to your dog's neck, do not attach to your dog's collar -- only use this with a harness with a place to connect it to the back of the harness.
By attaching to the ring in the back strap of the Wonder Walker��� Body Halter�� or your harness, the car strap helps to prevent pets from being injured in an accident. Easy to use. Just thread the seat belt through the loop, click it in place and then attach the snap to the ring on the back of your harness or Wonder Walker��� Body Halter��.
For use in the rear seat unless the front passenger seat airbag can be disabled. There are several sizes available. Use the strap with a snap capable of withstanding the pressure from the weight of your dog in an accident. Each size is made using a solid brass snap for safety.
The Petite strap is for small dogs, the x-small and medium for dogs up to 50 pounds. The Large and X-Large straps are for dogs over 50 pounds. The Straps have a solid brass snap and vary in length from 10 inches (petite) to 28 (X-Large) inches in total length from the end of the snap to the loop in the webbing. This allows your dog to either sit or lie down comfortably.
The car strap is designed to work in conjunction with your harness to control your dog's movement within your car. While it cannot guarantee your dog will not be hurt in an accident, it will minimize the chance of them becoming a moving projectile or escaping if the car doors come open during an accident.
If you do not have room for a crate in the car while you are traveling, this will help control your pet's movements. You can leave your vehicle's windows open without fear of them jumping out on a warm day.