Solvit 62296 Pet Vehicle Safety Harness, Large
- Keep your pet safe and secure in the car at all times
- Made from special strength-rated material with a breathable mesh safety vest
- Installs easily in all vehicles
- Attaches with heavy-duty straps and full metal connectors
- Fits pets 45 to 85 pounds; 1-year warranty
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I originally gave this harness 4 stars because it was working so well. However, on a recent trip to the vet I had my dog in the harness for the short walk in. Another dog got a little aggressive with mine and I had to pull him back. I pulled on the harness with less force than would be present in an accident and one of the buckles snapped. The harness puts all the pressure on the buckles which are made of cheap plastic. That is not going to hold in a real accident. I hadn't noticed this until one snapped. Thankfully I wasn't in an accident when I found out. I have replaced this harness with one that puts the strain on solid metal connectors and the straps themselves rather than the plastic buckle. This harness works to keep a dog held in the backseat of a car. If that's all you want then it will work great. However, if you are to get in an accident I wouldn't trust this harness with the safety of my dog.
belts. But the real issue I have is that one of the plastic belt buckles cracked thereby rendering the whole safety harness useless.
I have now purchased a Kurgo Tru-Fit Enhanced Strength Harness sized extra large for my dog now on amazon. Please read
my 5 star review for the Kurgo Tru-Fit Enhanced Strength Harness I just posted 5/10/20014. I think for the extra $12.00 it is better to purchase the Kurgo Tru Fit Enhanced Strength Harness because it has very sturdy metal clips .
I give this product a 3 star because I did get some use out of it. But I do not recommend this product for any active dog
only because the plastic buckles are not durable. God forbid if the plastic buckle breaks during a car accident.
THAT SAID this has been an excellent seat belt for us; I've used for a 50 pound standard poodle and have a second one for our 60 pound and growing smooth collie. Our dogs are taught to ride calmly in the car, either sitting or laying across the back seat which keeps them from tangling themselves up. The part that attaches the human seat belt to the harness is adjustable. I like that this harness is thoroughly padded and wide; many competitors are made of 1 inch nylon webbing only.
The times where this seat belt has shined the most has been in keeping our dogs from being thrown forward...usually during a sudden stop but we've been rear ended before also. When I was young we were in a wreck where the family sheltie landed upside down in the front seat (startled but ok); this safety harness prevents that. I bought the first harness after letting my standard poodle ride in the front seat of my Ranger truck. I braked hard one day to avoid an accident and threw her into the front dashboard. She was bruised but ok and I went looking for options. This harness has been great ever since and saved two dogs now from going airborn.
The solution was to permanently tie the straps where the plastic snaps had been and put it on my dog upside down. There are some metal buckles that were originally intended only to be adjusted once but I undo one of those and can put the harness on the dog upside down and then re-thread the strap through the buckles and it works great. Now she is held back by two straps that are tied securely and two metal buckles. If I needed another one I would look for one that used only metal buckles - more trouble but they don't break. I would also be happy buying one of these again but I would use it upside down from the beginning and not rely on the plastic snaps at any point. I assume that the re-designed one will still work this way.