Dog Seatbelts Donated to ACAS

Dog day outs are one of my favorite programs at Alachua County Animal Services. Dogs get a chance to stretch their legs, socialize, and decompress. Volunteers get to enjoy a day with a dog without any commitment.

ACAS graduate Joel and I on one of his first outings, before he was fostered and adopted.

Most dogs sit nicely in the backseat of the car, but every now and then a dog is a bit too excited or snuggly. A dog seatbelt can put your mind at ease and keep you and the dog safe. I tested a variety of seatbelts for Dogviously.com. The article is finished so I have donated the seatbelts to Alachua County Animal Services.

Seatbelts I tested, along with an adorable foster puppy who has since been adopted

Here are links to each of the seatbelts on Amazon. I will update the link to the article on Dogviously.com as soon as it is published.

*PLEASE CHECK RESTRICTIONS FOR SEATBELTS THAT BUCKLES INTO YOUR SEATBELT HOLSTER. These seatbelts don’t work with all cars and can damage the holster.

For volunteers:

If you’d like to borrow a seatbelt for your next dog day out, please ask the front desk for the box of seatbelts to look through. PLEASE RETURN YOUR SEATBELT!

Have fun and stay safe!

*chew-proof seatbelts are a good choice for dogs that bite the leash. You can also use carabiners to attack a regular leash for a chew-proof leash.

*PLEASE CHECK RESTRICTIONS FOR SEATBELTS THAT BUCKLES INTO YOUR SEATBELT HOLSTER. These seatbelts don’t work with all cars and can damage the holster.

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