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    Little Lucy's K9 apparel, hand made webbed nylon harness's here in OZ.. that is where i got big bums harness from, i think i paid around $20 for medium dog size.

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    ebay! really love it, saves going into the city
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    Ziggy is reasonably well behaved in the car but she is always restrained. This is the law now in Queensland (but I'd do it anyway).

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    I'd love to have them for mine but haven't yet found one that comes even close to going comfortably around my boy's chest... When I've asked suppliers for something that big I get blank looks.

    Mine are normally in their trailer anyway. I have to take seats out of the car to fit them in there!

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    Maybe DA could get a trailer for Inca...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    Maybe DA could get a trailer for Inca...
    Good one.

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    I took Poppy for her first car trip in her harness on Wednesday. We just drove to pick up a friend and back again but it would of been a 30min round trip. At first she HATED the harness but then she realised that was the way it was going to be and settled down like a good little puppy!

    Having her in the harness made it easier for me to concentrate on driving and know she wasn't climbing all over me and the car!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amy86 View Post
    I took Poppy for her first car trip in her harness on Wednesday. We just drove to pick up a friend and back again but it would of been a 30min round trip. At first she HATED the harness but then she realised that was the way it was going to be and settled down like a good little puppy!

    Having her in the harness made it easier for me to concentrate on driving and know she wasn't climbing all over me and the car!
    Batty gets harnessed and clipped in to the back seat because he has an obsession with trying to get behind the pedals on the drivers side

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela's Gone Batty View Post
    Batty gets harnessed and clipped in to the back seat because he has an obsession with trying to get behind the pedals on the drivers side
    Thats scary! I put Pop's in the back seat too as I figured if OH and I ever go anywhere thats where she would be so I want her to get used to it.

    When I first got her, before I got her harness, I took her to the vet and put her on the floor of the passenger and it was HORRIBLE!!! She kept trying to jump up onto the seat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amy86 View Post
    Thats scary! I put Pop's in the back seat too as I figured if OH and I ever go anywhere thats where she would be so I want her to get used to it.

    When I first got her, before I got her harness, I took her to the vet and put her on the floor of the passenger and it was HORRIBLE!!! She kept trying to jump up onto the seat!
    I held Batty on the seat and allowed him into the footwell when he got sleepy (passengers side) he's pretty good now, he settles straight away in the car and will stand up and have a look around then lay back down.

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