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Outward Hound PupBoost Seat Dog Car Seat Adjustable Easy-Attach Dog Auto Safety
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- Elevated design allows dogs to look out the window
- Interior safety strap clips to harness to secure dog during rides
- Padded back and bottom provide comfort and support
- Easy to install and folds flat when not in use
- Adjustable straps fit most cars, vans & SUVs
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Take Your Best Friend With You!
Take your best friend with you!
Made with durable, water-resistant material, The PupShield Hammock keeps your pup safely in the back seat during drives and protects seats from hair and muddy paws! It creates a barrier to keep your dog from climbing up front and prevents him from falling between seats. The adjustable straps ensure it fits most cars, vans and SUVs.
PupBoost Car Seat
The PupBoost Car Seat keeps dogs safely in the back seat during drives and protects seats from hair and muddy paws! The elevated design will allow your pup to look out the window while the padded back and bottom will keep him comfortable and supported. An interior safety strap clips to his harness to secure him during car rides.
The small is ideal for dogs up to 10 pounds. The medium is ideal for dogs up to 20 pounds.
PupStop Front Seat Barrier
Keep your pup safely in the back seat during drives with the Outward Hound PupStop Barrier. It creates a barrier to keep dogs safely in the back seat. The adjustable straps ensure it fits most automobiles and the padded back and bottom provide comfort and support. It's easy to install and folds flat when not in use.
PupBoost Lift Harness
The PupBoost Harness is designed to make it easy to get dogs in and out of cars. It features a large padded torso band for comfort and surface area for lifting. The padded back and bottom provide comfort and support for your pup. The adjustable hook and loop closure fits medium to large dogs. Ideal for older dogs, dogs recovering from surgery, or any dog with difficulty getting in and out of a car. Handles measure 17 inches.
Dog products should be durable, engaging and fun.
Outward Hound was founded to improve the lives of pet parents with meaningful innovations that Raise The Woof! A lofty goal? Sure. But that’s why we’ve built a team of dog-loving designers and product experts.
We believe that good products should do more than satisfy a need: they should make life with your dog healthier, happier and more fun! They should inspire you to try new things and empower you to discover new possibilities with your furry friend.
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|Item Dimensions||12.25 x 15.5 x 13 in||4 x 15 x 15 in||3 x 14.5 x 11.2 in||13 x 15 x 9.5 in|
Top Customer Reviews
The only reason I did not give this 5 stars is because the strap that connects to the dog has a seemingly cheap plastic attachment where you attach to your dog's harness. It just seems cheap and easy to break off, which means that it is possible it will eventually break over time. Since I bought this for his safety, I was saddened that the most important piece was also the seemingly poorest quality. But, I may be overreacting and it will probably be fine in the end.
I am going to post a couple photos to show how it looks with a 10 pound dog in it!
The most vital thing to know is this is to be used with a harness on the dog that you clip the dog in with. NOT to be attached to the collar. It was clearly printed on the box and instructions but in reading some of the reviews it sound like people clipped in the dog by the collar. This poses a strangulation hazard to the dog if they try and jump out and get tangled. Also without a harness in the event of a car crash a harness will keep the dog secured where a collar would not.
The small is just big enough for my 10 lb dog so if your dog is any bigger I would suggest going up to the medium seat.
But I looked into a ton of seats and this one is the best.
When the front strap is pulled back over the headrest the front of the seat collapses inward thereby cutting off much of the usable space for the animal.
My dog weighs only nine pounds and she does fit in there, but there's no room to spare.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
useful but as i found out, not necessary - maybe more helpful with long trips but my dogs little $3.00 bed was just as usefulPublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
My dog wasnt the most thrilled to see this. He is 22lbs and refused to use it.Published 7 days ago by Katie
Performs perfectly, my ten pound dog loves the medium size seat.
Your dog must wear a harness and be attached that way for safety, don't attach by a collar. Read more
Bought this for my girlfriend's dog, a little 4 pound yorkie. It works fairly well, but I feel like the rigidity of the seat isn't enough to prevent it from folding in on itself a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Erik
Have used these seats for 15 yrs. The 4 stars received do to smaller straps and closures and wish they had improved the attachment of straps to seat, it causes the rim to fall... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Vicki S. Prather
This did not work very well for me and my puppy. I could not get the back to stop tilting forward (did not rest against seat) or strap sliding up the back of the seat. Read morePublished 2 months ago by A. Greene