Simple Ways to Increase Your Pet’s In-Car Safety

Travelling with a pet can be lots of fun. But you want to make sure that when you bring along a four-legged friend, you keep their safety in mind. Here are a few easy restraint systems to increase your pet’s in-car safety.

Backseat Barrier

Dogs get excited when they get to go “bye-bye,” but their zeal can sometimes get them into trouble, especially when it leads them to jump back and forth between the front and back seats. Prevent their row-hopping with a backseat barrier, like this one.

Pet Restraints

Your beloved pet should sit and stay for the duration of the car ride. Ensure this with a pet restraint. These easy-to-use contraptions secure your pet by connecting their collar or harness to the rear seatbelts. There are a variety of restraint types available to fit your pet’s size and shape.

Pet Zipline & Leash

If you have a particularly antsy pet, you might want to consider a zipline/leash combo restraint. This system lets them roam from window to window in the rear seating area, but prevents them from leaping to the front seat.

Carrier/Car Seat

This system is great for small pets. It works like a car seat when strapped in, but can be easily removed to double as pet carrier once you arrive at your destination.

We at Don Robinson Mitsubishi love pets and care about their safety when riding in the car. Mitsubishi vehicles make great options for travelling with animals.

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