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TRIXIE DOG CAR BOOSTER BED SEAT TRAVEL SAFETY PET PUPPY
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- It's easy to fix to the seat and very secure.
- Comfortable for my dog.
- Has an integrated safety belt, which clips onto a dog travel harness.
- It means my dog can sit in the front seat, with the window down, rest his chin on the window and have the wind blowing in his hair (which he adores) safely.
- My dog is tall for a mini breed but can still only just see out the window. I don't think it would suit a Yorkie or similar.
- My dog is quite heavy, and I don't feel the base stands up to his weight very well.
- It's much too small for my dog to sleep in.
- The safety belt is far too short. However, I overcame this by adding a small lead clipped at one end to the dog harness and the other end to the safety belt, so that when in the back seat my dog has the choice of sitting in the seat to look out the window or jumping out and lying down to sleep on the back seat, but still secured.
All in all this has made a big difference to my dog's enjoyment of the car, and I feel happier that we travel as more of a family rather than him being confined to the boot behind a dog guard, unable to see out and with no fresh air in the summer months.
Unfortunately she chewed on one of the zips and so the front panel will not stay up.
It has a convenient storage area in the base.
I haven't tried it as a bed as it hasn't been necessary but am sure it will be most comfortable.
In an ideal world it would be possible to put the whole lot in the washing machine, sadly not but at least the padded cushion can be!
In summary, I would highly recommend this product for a small dog.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
a thin metal rod which hold the "netting" rigid has protruded and I had to remove it as it was highly likely to injure my dog.Published on 8 Jun. 2014 by liz harvey
The seat is very sturdy but I had the misfortune for one of the zips to break a week after purchase I suppose this could happen with anything you buy. Read morePublished on 16 Aug. 2013 by Jemma
the only thing wrong with the Trixie dog booster bed seat travel safety pet puppy is that the dog jumps outPublished on 12 Jun. 2013 by frank
Have just received the seat..it's great as my little cavapoo comes everywhere with me and now she can look out of the window. Read morePublished on 29 Aug. 2012 by sam
Bought for cavapoo who whines in pet carrier and in harness, but loves this. I have been able to drive to much nicer walks further afield. Read morePublished on 19 Mar. 2012 by annieb
Our puppy gets car sick, and we hoped this might help him, but unfortunately he was still sick when using this. So have had to revert to giving him some herbal medicine instead. Read morePublished on 11 Mar. 2012 by Ted
This is the 2nd Trixie dog car booster seat I have purchased - this time as a gift for my nephew's small dog. Read morePublished on 3 Sept. 2011 by firstname.lastname@example.org
Got a car with leather seats, its ok having car harness but didnt want claw marks from sliding. This is great, your dog is elevated so can see out, goes in comfort & more... Read morePublished on 20 July 2011 by R. sherratt