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Old 03-31-2011, 03:14 PM
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Question Dog passenger?

I am currently shopping for a car harness so my dog can travel safely while I have no doors on, so I'm wondering if anyone here has experience with the different kinds out there and maybe recommend something to me.

As a side note, (and I know I'm going to be shot for this) my dog is on the smaller end of the spectrum weighting a whopping 3 lbs, any Jeep sisters out there have found a good solution to this?

Do not kill me!! My dog might be small but she is NOT a purse dog!

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^^^ I like that one ^^^^

Tried a couple of others and had good luck.

No use to you (polos26) but with my 80 lb. lab, her chest harness for walking tied to a loop of 1" climbing web with a carabiner works for me.
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Just because your hound it bite sized, doesn't mean she isn't your buddy.

I have friends that wheel with their critters and the ONE thing I hear them say when talking about harnesses is to get one that has an adequate support across the chest and a tether that can be snugged up short enough to hold them in.

No first hand experience with any though, sorry. Cats don't much like the Jeep.. thank goodness.
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