Harness + Safety Belt
Also suitable for walking
XS: For a chest circumference of 20cm to 50cm (Westie, Fox terrier, Dachshund, Pekingese, Yorkshie terrier, Dwarf Schnauzer, toy poodle, etc.)
Small: For a chest circumference of 30cm to 70cm ( Cocker, Beagel, German Shepherd, Schnauzer, etc.)
Medium: For dogs with a chest circumference of 50cm to 80cm (Cocker, Beagel, Shar-pei, Belgian Shepherd, Dalmatian, Boxer, Bull Terrier, Brittany, Collie, Chow-chow, etc.)
Large: For dogs with a chest circumference of 70cm to 90cm (Doberman, German Shepherd, Setter, Giant Schnauzer, Giant Poodle, Pointer, Beauceron, etc.)
XL-Large: For dogs with a chest circumference of 80cm to 110cm
The possible causes of distraction for the driver always increase when carrying a pet inside the vehicle, therefore maximum precautions must be taken when driving with an animal as a passenger.
The current regulations on the transport of pets do not specifically prohibit them from being loose, although it does emphasize that the driver "is obliged to maintain his own freedom of movement". In any case, it is advisable that the animals never go loose since, according to the DGT Traffic magazine , a 20 kilo dog in a crash can hit the front seat with a force equivalent to that of an object weighing 600 kilos . Therefore, it is not advisable to underestimate the negative consequences that carrying a loose load can have, be it the animal itself or the cage of birds, guinea pigs or any other pet, inside the car.