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PetSafe Happy Ride Dog Vehicle Zipline

PetSafe Happy Ride Dog Vehicle Zipline

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    Genius idea- could be better quality

    By bondalisha on Oct 29, 2020

    This zipline is the best concept ever. Our doggy used to get tangled in the seatbelt tethers because she loves to move around the back seat. The zipline kept her safe and secure but with total freedom to move from window to window. However, the nylon strap does not really tighten at all. We had to get This zipline is the best concept ever. Our doggy used to get tangled in the seatbelt tethers because she loves to move around the back seat. The zipline kept her safe and secure but with total freedom to move from window to window. However, the nylon strap does not really tighten at all. We had to get pretty creative with some crazy knots in order to stop it from loosening on its own. Also, recently our dog tried to run out the car before we unharnessed her, and she wound up pulling so hard that she bent the hook that attaches to the car. It no longer hooks on correctly and we have to replace the whole thing. … more

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    If you DONT care about your dog, get this!

    By Nelson on Nov 6, 2020

    Let me be clear that this was one of the items I was looking forward to getting from my many orders from Chewy. Well I was wrong and let down again by Chewy. I am starting to noticed that I should just stick to JUST ordering food cause everything else is cheaply made, breaks easily or not what you expect Let me be clear that this was one of the items I was looking forward to getting from my many orders from Chewy. Well I was wrong and let down again by Chewy. I am starting to noticed that I should just stick to JUST ordering food cause everything else is cheaply made, breaks easily or not what you expect. Needless to say, I used this zipline TWICE! I decided to go for a ride and strapped it up, as I was ready to get my +50lbs puppy I notice that the stitching is all coming out and the material ripping. If I didn't noticed or could care less about my pet, he coulda easily gone out the window mid ride. Not for nothing chewy, but I've been more disappointed than happy in product that I pay a lot of money for. Especially in these crazy times where you want convenience of purchases showing up at your door; you make me want to go through the hassle of walking into a store front. … more

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Not Sturdy Enough

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    This has a nylon strap that goes across that is just not strong enough and it also has a plastic clip to lock the strap in place which doesn't work if the dog pulls on it. I'm disjointed with it. It should be a heavy chord maybe....

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Great, as long as the pup doesn't chew it.

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    Lasted two rides, before she chopped it in half. Bad puppy, but can't be held back lol.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Works Great! BUT.....

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    This Zip Line works great, however it comes with "hooks" and my car is a Ford Transit Connect and does not have handles above the middle seat doors. I had to remove hooks and use the windows to hold the zip line. This works but I can not use my doors when using in this fashion.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Not the best for super stubborn dogs

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    I have a 40lb Am Staff mix who is more stubborn than a mule, though I guess I am too. We've been "arguing" over where she belongs in the car for over a year now and I still don't believe dogs belong in the front seat. She is CONSTANTLY jumping into the front seat from the back of my Camry - she's almost caused me to wreck my car a few times because she tries jumping into my lap. She even manages to wiggle in through the space between the passenger shoulder and side window. I've tried multiple types of barriers and doggie seat belts with no long-term solution in sight. She's overall very well mannered and trained well in OB, but she gets so stinking excited in the car and goes nuts. I've being I have a 40lb Am Staff mix who is more stubborn than a mule, though I guess I am too. We've been "arguing" over where she belongs in the car for over a year now and I still don't believe dogs belong in the front seat. She is CONSTANTLY jumping into the front seat from the back of my Camry - she's almost caused me to wreck my car a few times because she tries jumping into my lap. She even manages to wiggle in through the space between the passenger shoulder and side window. I've tried multiple types of barriers and doggie seat belts with no long-term solution in sight. She's overall very well mannered and trained well in OB, but she gets so stinking excited in the car and goes nuts. I've being working on DSing her to it so she's not so crazy and working on her staying in the backseat but I'm her only owner and I obviously can't train her when I'm the one doing the driving. Firstly, I couldn't leave this loose without her still being able to put her front feet (along with half her body) on the center consule. This thing did not stay on the chicken handles for very long. I tightened it as much as I thought appropriate and my dog was still so determined to get up front, she pulled so hard that the hooks snapped right off the line within 5 mintues of leaving the house. I even tried readjusting it so it just went around the back of my two headrests in the back. This solution held longer but it still only lasted about two days before popping off again. So far I've just kept it around the head rests and have been checking it before I get her in the car - this has worked for us so far. I feel that if these had carabiners on the ends instead of open-mouthed hooks, this would probably work perfectly. The only real issue is the hooks don't hold the line well with the overly-flexible, determined dogs. … more

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