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February 5, 2013

Sephi is wearing the Kurgo Tru-Fit Smart dog seat belt.

My dogs are a very important part of my family and I love them dearly. So I show them how much I care by protecting them in the car. You can do the same. If you’re concerned your dog won’t want to wear a dog seat belt or if you are skeptical about their use, enter to win one. You have nothing to lose!

In this month of love, we are giving away one Kurgo Tru-Fit dog car harness or one Bergan dog car harness in any size.  To enter, put your entries in the Rafflecopter below. You can enter by commenting on this blog post about why your dog needs a dog seat belt. Also enter by liking our Facebook page and by following us on Twitter. Increase your chances further by liking our YouTube video and pinning our photo of Maya wearing her dog seat belt on Pinterest.

* Delivery to the continental US residents only, so please US entrants only.
* Contest ends on Thursday, February 28th at 11:59pm.
* One winner will be chosen at random by the Rafflecopter on March 1st and announced on our blog on March 2nd or 3rd.
* The winner can select from the available sizes of either a Kurgo Tru-Fit brand or Bergan brand dog seat belt.
* If you are a winner by liking us on Facebook or following us on Twitter, you must still be liking us and following us by the end of the contest.

Both the Kurgo and the Bergan brands have been safety tested. For details on testing, visit our site.
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22 Responses to “Love Your Dog and Win a Dog Car Harness”

  1. Krista alexander:

    I have two amazing little love bugs. I love to take them with me when I can. I drive a Jeep Wrangler and from late March to October the top is usually off. I have to keep them securely fastened in for everyone’s safety.

  2. Jacqueline R.:

    Both my dogs need a seat belt so they will quit trying to get up front.

  3. Oz the Terrier:

    I used to ride in the crate for road trips but since we have been going camping more, there is no room for my crate. Ma won’t let me ride loose in the car so she bought a harness that has a little loop that goes around the seatbelt. We woud love a REAL car harness so I can go on all the family adventures and be very safe in the car!

  4. Kelly Ann T.:

    My dog needs a car harness because he is always on the go with us. I like the Bergan Dog Safety Car Harness.

  5. Mallory H.:

    I have 3 dogs – and they need seat belts just to keep them restrained – I like the Bergan because they would get too tangled up! So, this one seems perfect.

  6. KateV:

    I use a different brand car harness as that was what was available in the store when I first adopted my dogs. But I’d *love* to switch to one of these harnesses as I’ve heard great things about them. I’m not sure which I’d pick- The Kurgo would be great for my sensitive older dog, while the Bergan would be great for my younger dog as he moves around a lot and can get tangled in the seat belt.

  7. Cheryl Chervitz:

    I really need some car harnesses for my dogs. We don’t have any and would like to make sure they are safe when they get into the car.

  8. Janet K:

    I’m not sure if my dogs will wear a seat belt, but I’d like to try one out. The Kurgo one looks nice.

  9. Theresa Spaid:

    My dog Kota gets excited when a car comes from the other direction and he bounces all over the car and it would be a lot better drive if he was in a seatbelt

  10. Heather Bridson:

    my dogs need these because they just won’t settle down in the car for a while, they climb over the driver and its just not safe. These look safe for them and they look easy to use.

  11. Danielle E:

    I have a car harness but it doesn’t fit Wilson very well. He travels with me often and some of our trips are quite long, 1500 miles+, and I want him to be safe in the car. So a new one that works better wold be really great.

  12. katie mitchell:

    My jack a bea roxy needs a harness because she jumped out the window and almost got hurt and the kurgo harness looks like it would fit her great

  13. Laurie H.:

    My golden girl is my best friend and constant companion. A seat belt would give me peace of mind and heart. thank you.

  14. Deri:

    Ozzy my beagle is good in the car, but sometimes he has to be right next to me, which translates to front paws on the console and pressed into my right shoulder, which makes it hard to shift (I have a standard). Not long ago I had to slam on my brakes and he rocketed forward. He wasn’t hurt, but he hit the gear shift and knocked it into fifth which killed the engine right in the middle of an intersection and rush hour traffic. It shock me up and made me realize that just because he is well behaved, he isn’t safe.

    Then I adopted a rescue beagle puppy two weeks ago, who is also well behaved but wiggly in the car, which has ramped up my need to put them into car harnesses (we go to dog park and other places several times a week).

    I’ve narrowed down my choices to either the Bergen or the Kurgo. I like the Bergen tether, but leaning towards the Kurgo because it looks more like the type of harness I can leave on while they run around the dog park. I like that I have the option to purchase the Bergen tether, so probably would to that combination.

    Thanks for the informative articles! I have been searching for a while for an impartial breakdown of these products, so I’m glad I persisted in my research until I found these.

  15. Lisa F.:

    Every dog should be restrained in a car to protect the driver from distractions, I would like the Kurgo Tru-Fit. Thanks!

  16. Trish B.:

    I believe in keeping my babies as safe as possible at all times, even when riding in the car. I would choose the Kurgo as I really like that it has steel buckles instead of plastic buckles. I have nine rescued dogs and one foster dog and I do not have enough car harnesses for them all! I have been researching dog car harnesses lately as the first two I bought were Roadies. On one of the Roadie harnesses, the plastic buckle that buckles underneath the chest warped so it cannot be used anymore. I still have the other one but most of my dogs are seniors and it seems to hurt them to put it over their heads and then pull their front legs through the harness. The Kurgo harness is actually the one that I have narrowed my research down to as it seems to be what I am looking for to help keep my babies safe! Thank you!

  17. deanna:

    my dog likes to stand up the entire car ride and moves around when I stop and go. She needs something to keep her safe.

  18. Danielle Murgia:

    I have one dog that likes to jump from window to window in my car when I drive or wants to sit on my lap. I like that this harness because it’s one of the best ones I have seen for my Sissy.

  19. Rhonda S. Tenderholt:

    I have a Corgi that loves to go for rides w/us and sits up in the seats. My 14 year old is on the ground but I need to get some kind of restraint for him too. Both harnesses look like the same quality and I don’t know which one to choose.

  20. Dawn Hecke:

    I’d love to win one of these. My dogs aren’t secured by this type of safety harness. We need one of these to keep them safe.