Pet Seat cover for pets in Grey in Pet Supplies, Dog Supplies, Car Seat Covers | eBay
If you prefer for your dog to ride shotgun, front seat covers are your best option. They’ll protect your valuable seats while allowing for a more intimate ride with your pet. Not all dogs are suited to sit up front, but if you have a calm, medium sized or smaller dog, then you’re in luck since there are some great covers available.
The material used for this seat cover is 100% polyester, meaning it’s fairly water-resistant and tough but not the best option out there for rambunctious or accident-prone dogs. It also means that you’ll only be able to spot clean it, which can be something of a hassle if you have a particularly dirty pet.
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If you like to ride with your dog up front, then you want the to let them ride without any damage to your seats. They’ll be cruising shotgun in style if you make this one part of your pet gear.This back seat dog car cover from Plush Paws is fantastic for those of us with larger dogs and vehicles. It’s made of a high-quality, padded and quilted material which makes for a comfortable ride and the silicon backing means there’s no risk of it slipping and sliding while you’re cruising with your pet.While seat covers will offer comfort for the dog, the main function of most of these is to keep pet hair manageable and to allow for protection from damage when a dog has a destructive temperament.Test Results: The PupSaver rotated upon impact and the pet seat rolled onto its side. One anchor strap released due to a plastic buckle failure and the product sustained some tearing. The 30 lb. test dog remained connected via the collar and PupSaver Tether system.In 2015 Center for Pet Safety conducted a to determine general crash performance of these popular travel tools for the small dog. A pet travel seat is a portable seat for a companion animal that is typically used in a car to hold or elevate the pet, however it does not offer full containment. Various styles include booster seats, console booster seats and “crash tested” pet travel seats.The other harnesses that were crash tested—Klein Metal AllSafe, Cover Craft RuffRider Roadie, RC Pet Canine Friendly Crash Tested, Bergan Dog Auto Harness, Kurgo Tru-Fit Enhanced Strength, and IMMI PetBuckle—did not perform as well. Some of the harnesses allowed the dog to launch off of the seat; others did not control the rotation of the dog. The worst products were labeled catastrophic failures, as they allowed the dog to become a projectile or be released from the restraint. That occurred in the IMMI model in all dog sizes, Kurgo in the 25 lb. and 75 lb. size, and the Bergan model in the 75 lb. size.