All of the dog seat belts I've seen aren't really made to protect the dog in
an accident. They're made to restrain a scared and hurt dog from getting at
the rescue workers as they try to help the human involved. That bugged me a
little, so I didn't get any. I'm still trying to figure out the best way to
ride with my dog. Right now he just stays in the backseat, but tends to fall
off it if I stop short and he's not sitting with his ***on the seat. He's
so big that when he sits, his head is where a person's head would be in the
car--almost to the roof!
> This has probably been asked a dozen times in the past, but I'm fairly new
> to this group:
> Where is the safest place for a dog in a car? Are dog seat belts really
> Greta is always in my Jeep Cherokee with me and I am just about to buy a
> rear seat cover from Orvis, but before spending all that money, maybe the
> safest place is in the "trunk" with a cargo net??
> Jana, owned by Greta The Wonderpup