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FREE UK Delivery on Orders Over £40!
FREE UK Delivery on Orders Over £40!

Dog seat belt harness by Ancol

£14.75
Designed to secure your dog in the car whilst exercising and travelling. Made from strong nylon webbing. Extended padded chest piece for greater comfort and support. Reflective strip across the front of the harness and reflective interwoven thread in webbing for greater safety on dark morning and evening walks.

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Next working day delivery: £6.50 (Isles & Highlands, surcharges may apply and is a 2 day service however we cannot guarantee this)

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Designed to secure your dog in the car whilst exercising and travelling.

  • Made from strong nylon webbing
  • Extended padded chest piece for greater comfort and support
  • Reflective strip across the front of the harness and reflective interwoven thread in webbing for greater safety on dark morning and evening walks
  • Detachable seat belt loop supplied - S8415
  • Optional universal seatbelt restraint clip available.

The Ancol Travel Harness is designed to keep your dog secure and safe in the car as well as to be an every day harness.

The harness has large and padded contact areas to keep your dog secure and comfortable. It uses incredibly strong and hardwearing materials for extra security while travelling, The harness has a D-ring so it can be used instead of a collar when you arrive.

Harnesses are particularly useful for dogs that pull as the pressure is diverted away from the neck. . .