Ruffwear Load Up Harness

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Fido loves riding going for car rides. He lets you know by frantically running back and forth between the front and back seats, sticking his head out the window to let his hair blow in the wind. For you though, keeping your pooch safe during car rides is top priority, and that’s where the Ruffwear Load Up Harness comes into play.

Load Up is a canine travel harness designed to keep your dog safe during transport. Simply strap the harness onto your pet, run the seatbelt through the attachment loop, and you guys are ready for your next adventure. The harness lets Fido stand up or sit down in comfort, and keeps him out of your way, so you can stay focused on the road ahead. The harness features all-metal, strength rated hardware, has been dynamically tested at MGA Research Group, and easily attaches to any vehicle’s seatbelt. [Purchase]

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