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Mikki Dog Car Harness Padded Travel Safety Harness S M L XL

Mikki Dog Car Harness Padded Travel Safety Harness S M L XL

Mikki Dog Car Harness Padded Travel Safety Harness S M L XL

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Mikki Dog Car Harness
Available in four sizes the Mikki Car Dog Harness keeps your pet safe on any car journey
The Mikki dog car harness ensures a safe and comfortable car journey for your dog. It is easy to fit and fully adjustable with re-enforced swivel seatbelt, which allows your dog to turn without getting tangled. The comfortable padded chest belt offers maximum protection whilst travelling.
Cut the distractions and make your journey safer with Mikki.
Keeps dogs safe whilst travelling
Ensures safe and comfortable car journeys for your dog
Easy to fit and fully adjustable
Re-enforced swivel seabelt allows you dog to turn without getting tangled
Comfortable padded chest belt offers maximum protection whilst travelling
Sizing Chart
Neck Size Girth Size
Small 20-30cm 8"-12" 45-60cm 18"-24"
Medium 30-42cm 12"-16" 50-65cm 20"-26"
Large 40-60cm 16"-24" 60-80cm 24"-31"
Extra Large 58-83cm 22"-32" 70-90cm 28"-35"
Fitting Instructions
Make sure the 4 clips are unfastened, then lay the harness with the padded side facing upwards as shown in fig. 1.
Stand in front of your dog and place the right paw in area (A) and left paw in area (B) (fig. 2).
Hold the red clips (F) and (H), one in each hand and lift the collar strap (C) up and around your dog’s neck and fasten the clips together (fig. 3).
Adjust the collar strap with the adjustable metal slide (J) so that it fits snugly and is not too tight.
Hold the chest protection pad (D) against your dog’s chest and choose the correct loop for the girth strap (E) to feed through (fig. 4).
The strap should fit behind your dog’s legs, not around the stomach (fig. 5).
Hold the black clips (G) and (I), one in each hand and lift the girth strap around your dog’s body and fasten together (fig. 5).
Adjust the girth strap with the adjustable metal slide (K) for a snug fit. Two fingers should fit comfortably between your dog and the strap.
Sit your dog comfortably in the car and attach the seatbelt strap to the harness by fastening the plastic clips (fig. 6). Push the metal clip into your car’s seatbelt clip to secure your dog.
When taking your dog from the car simply attach a lead to the metal ‘D’ ring (fig. 6) and unclip the plastic clip, leaving the seatbelt strap attached to the car’s seatbelt clip ready for your dog’s return.
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When you get it the right way up it is easy to put on even a wriggling puppy who keeps trying to eat it. The colour coded clips are quick and easy to find and click into place.

My three month old golden retriever was as big as the small would go so I went for the medium. This meant it had to be adjusted to the smallest a medium will go (takes a while but doable) but also it should last for a few more months (hopefully) before it has to be replaced with the large size. Perhaps because of this extreme adjustment, the harness seems to slide over to one side a bit and I have to keep pulling it round. I hope that it will be more stable in a month or so when it has been let out a little. He doesn't seem to mind it, apart from when it has slipped and he scratches at it then until I pull it back into place.

Everything is very sturdy and feels like it is made to last. He is still getting used to wearing it so I haven't tried it in the car yet but the seat belt attachment looks like it will do the job of keeping him on the back seat in case of a sudden stop, rather than letting him be launched into the air or through the windscreen. Hopefully, we won't put it to the test!

Debra Bailey | Southampton | August 2023