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Old 03-01-2010, 02:05 PM   #1
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Anyone ever tried this DOG HARNESS?

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I'm trying to plan ahead for spring/summer... I have 2 medium size dogs, and I want them to be safe, and me to be stress free while we are jeepin'....

Would I be able to clip in BOTH dogs?

Any feed back would be GREAT!

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Old 03-01-2010, 02:37 PM   #2
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If you google "dog harness" or go here Dog Car Safety Harness / Dog Crash Safety Harness -- Orvis you'll find one that fits most dogs. It also clips into the stock seat belt and is adjustable for the length (so the dog can't jump out and drag along side). I use these and they are great, the dog can move from side to side, stick his head out and I don't have to worry about him falling or jumping. I got it at Petsmart. While your at it don't forget to pickup a collapsable water dish....they're great too.

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Old 03-01-2010, 02:46 PM   #3
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We tried this one on our large dog but we didn't like it.

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It kept sliding around his side and was very cumbersome. Now we hung a tether from the top center of the roll bar but we don't have the back seat in. It will just keep him from "flying" out when the tops off. I just scolded my wife this last weekend for following to close with the dog in the Jeep because he's a hundred pounds of free weight going to come right through her in a panic stop.
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Old 03-01-2010, 03:06 PM   #4
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Seemed like a good place to throw this out there . . . probably won't help you guys with larger breeds, but this thing is awesome for smaller dogs. Turbo absolutely loves it and just jumps right in as soon as he sees it. It's convertable and can be used as a bag, a backpack, and comes with longer straps that go around the seat so secure them to the seat, and it has a built in leash inside that hooks to the harness or collar to keep them in the bag, also has netting that you can zip in to seal the bag if you don't want them sticking their head out (at least mine does . . . based on the website pics, I'm not sure if it still does). I've had mine for about 5 years and it's held up really well and has been used a ton . . . makes taking Turbo along easy . . . whether in the Jeep, on the Harley, or in places where carrying him is easier than walking him on a leash.



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Old 03-02-2010, 12:53 PM   #5
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I want to get one of those cargo nets to keep the dog inside when driving around town or wheeling.
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Old 03-03-2010, 10:23 PM   #6
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I want to get one of those cargo nets to keep the dog inside when driving around town or wheeling.
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C.RES Systems Cargo Net - Smittybilt
I like it ! I think we're going to get one of these. Couldn't hurt.
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Old 03-04-2010, 07:06 AM   #7
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Take a look at www.safaristraps.com. The big advantage over the smittybuilt is that you can keep them on with your soft top. This keeps wet noses and slobber off your plastic windows.
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I like the safari net, but it is just way to expensive for what it is. Another alternative cargo net is here. They are also having a 50% of sale for the colored nets, not including black or gray though. I want black but..

I wouldn't just get a cargo net for my dogs though. I am getting a harness as well.
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I like the safari net, but it is just way to expensive for what it is. Another alternative cargo net is here. They are also having a 50% of sale for the colored nets, not including black or gray though. I want black but..

I wouldn't just get a cargo net for my dogs though. I am getting a harness as well.
Clearly not as well made as Safari Straps and doesn't appear to be available for the JK. It looks like you have to buy all the connecting hardware separately.
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Clearly not as well made as Safari Straps and doesn't appear to be available for the JK. It looks like you have to buy all the connecting hardware separately.
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Includes back cover, two sides, windjammer, branchjummer and all necessary hardware (37 velcro straps with attachments, 16 quick disconnects, 63 buckles plus 2 spares of each)
For almost 4 times the price I would expect the quality to be a little better.(from the sale price)

I like the look of the Safari Straps better, looks more enclosed too for keeping the pups in.
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Yeah they work great on kids!


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I can't tell if the Safari Strap kits come with the divider to keep the dogs in the cargo area. Otherwise it is another $130.
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Old 03-09-2010, 09:35 AM   #13
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I'm trying to plan ahead for spring/summer... I have 2 medium size dogs, and I want them to be safe, and me to be stress free while we are jeepin'....

Would I be able to clip in BOTH dogs?

Any feed back would be GREAT!
I will be able to tell you first hand this weekend! I have been looking for that type so I can have her secured in the cargo area. I ordered it and expect it in before I go to Crozet, VA this weekend. Sadly I will only be able to stay till Saturday afternoon as my in-laws are coming a day early...

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