Solvit 62290 Standard Pet Booster Seat
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- Elevates your pet so he can see out the windows and windshield
- Patent-pending design supports seat from below with no clumsy straps in the way
- Recommended for pets up to 12 pounds
- Includes padded liner, zippered pocket, and safety leash
- 1-year limited warranty
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Top Customer Reviews
Safety strap was slightly too long to prevent my dog from hopping over the edge and getting stuck dangling there, so I tied a knot in it to shorten it further than the adjuster would allow. I would recommend using the safety strap in conjunction with a harness, rather than a standard collar, to prevent strangulation whether from the pet putting themselves in a precarious position or from vehicular accident/ roll over.
All and all, very satisfied with this purchase.
As far as user-friendliness, it isn't the absolute easiest to set up and take down - it would be better if the diagonal braces clicked or velcroed into place - but it's fine once it's set up.
However, I can't recommend this particular model with the fuzzy fleece lining. It looks all cozy in the photo, but it really doesn't feel very nice... plus, little pieces of fuzz were always getting stuck in my dog's eyes. The quilted lining that the deluxe model comes with is much better.
If you have a dog, though, that is over 10 pounds, I would probably get the larger version of this seat. I know that the recommendations are for dogs up to 20 pounds, but I do not think that this seat would be a large enough size for them.
If I take only one dog with me, that baby gets this front seat. If both Oscar & Bibi are in the car... the one who goes for the 'short' bone (tossed on the floor) gets to ride in it. I swear that they would yell, 'Front seat - Shotgun!" if they could talk.
Keeps dog safe and tethered.
High enough so that smallest dog can loook out of car. Cozy insert for warmth in winter.
Keeps dog 'above' air bag danger.
PRICE - I have paid much more for oth less pleaseing doggie car seats.
When wooly insert removed for summer, I wish there were some padding on front bar. My Chi, BiBi likes to snooze with her chin on it.
Could use a 2nd tether since seat is big enough for 2 small dogs. I'm going to get a short 'Y' lead.
My only reasons for a 4 instead of 5.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love it, had it for a while and my dog just loves it. I recommend it to any one with a little friend who needs a booster seat to see out the window.Published 18 months ago by Brian Lee Wood
My Granddog really enjoys riding in it and looking out the windowPublished 21 months ago by Mary I Leverett
EASY TO ASSEMBLE
MY ROXY GIRL LOOKS GREAT IN IT
THE BEST THING IS THAT SHE CAN SEE OUT OF THE
WINDOW WHICH IS GREAT
Not only will this seat allow your dog to sit up higher to see, in the case of an accident, they will smash right into the windshield or airbag, sure to be killed instantly,... Read morePublished on May 8, 2012 by Zombie Stay@home Mom
This is a perfect little travel seat for my 6 lb chihuahua. My little dog loves it. The reviews I read about the product are all true with regard to the weak link in this seat. Read morePublished on April 6, 2012 by Carole Chufo
I purchased this Pet Booster Seat back in 2010. I loved it then and still love it. I just ordered a second one since we now have two small dogs. Read morePublished on July 26, 2011 by Amazon Customer
I have my solvit car seat for more than two years, I love the fact that my dog is comfortable and can look out the window without me worrying if I hit the brakes he will fall and... Read morePublished on May 23, 2011 by scooter
Perfect for a little pooch. Now she can see out the window, stay in one place and be safe from short stops. Love ItPublished on October 22, 2010 by F. Kuntz
I received the product within the time stated. The product is excellent. My dog loves her seat. We use it every day. The product was wrapped and mailed in perfect condition. Read morePublished on October 3, 2010 by Camille