How to choose dog car seats and accessories
-Remember your dog's temperament. If your dog doesn't travel well in the car, consider a more comfortable car seat with extra padding and a snug feel so that they can relax and cause less fuss.
-Consider how you'll clean the seat. Given that cars are quite confined spaces, odours from wet and muddy dogs can linger. Before buying, find out how to clean your chosen product and decide whether or not that's something you're able to do.
-Think beyond just the seats. Many dogs also have trouble jumping into the car, especially if they're tired from having exercised their four legs all day long. If that sounds familiar, why not treat your pooch to a pet ramp to make the move to the boot or back seat easier?