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    Quote Originally Posted by Lacey28 View Post
    We use a leash that attaches to her collar and the seatbelt, she can sit and lay.
    What happens if you are in a rollover accident and you are left upside down? Is there some sort of chest protection so that all the pressure isn't on her neck? @Lacey28


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    look what i found on ebay.... do you think this would still be safe, or would it be safer with the harness with the loop?? @Libra926



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    When we travel they are crated. I should look into harness belts, but when we're home they very rarely come in the car. Maybe they'll start, now that it's not so hot. But I still wouldn't take them out and then leave them in the car. I rarely go anywhere that I don't leave the car and go in.

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    @lexterwayne
    I guess that would be okay as long as you were using a harness. Do you just clip it to the leash or harness then buckle it into the seat belt? I'm having a hard time picturing how it would work. Since the belt latch is usually towards the middle of the car..if they wanted to hang thier head out the window ...would they have enough give room?

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    [QUOTE=Libra926;25654]I'm having a hard time picturing how it would work.QUOTE]

    This is what I was talking about, seatbelt goes thru the loop just like on the easy rider. Isn't the best solution, doesn't have the chest protection but it's a nice short term solution.


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    @TessaAndSamson
    That seems to be an awesome solution. I'd think that would work just fine as long as he was in a harness and not just a collar.

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