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(P.S. Don't make fun of what I call my "grandpa" car! LOL. The burgundy interior is atrocious, I know)
It truly is huge! Bigger than I even thought.
View from other side of the car.
What it looks like from the driver's seat!
I just added a blanket to it to make Roxy love it even more!
Close up of how the strap attaches to the seat belt. (This should be rotated, but you get the picture!). You can see how it just wraps around and hooks. Then, you use the metal end and hook it to the harness. The way the strap works allows for your dog to move around in the bed some, as the strap just slides along the seat belt. The "directions" said you can safety pin the strap to the seat belt to keep it stationary right in the middle of the bed, but I like that the dog is able to move around some if they wish.
Here she is, trying it out!
Close up of hooked harness.
View from the passenger's seat.
The strap is adjustable, so you can make it longer or shorter. I have it set at a good length so she can move around enough, but can definitely not jump out. This is as far as she can go forward.
This is as far back as she can go. I like that it is a tall enough seat that she is able to see out the windows too! I don't feel as though the parkavenue harness is the best kind of harness for the way that the strap works. You can see how twisted the harness is. I think a better fit would be a puppia harness, or one similar that can't slide. I'd like to hear opinions on this from those of you that have a snoozer...
I have not decided if I'm keeping it in the back or front seat yet. I put it in the back for now, as I figure when people get into my car, I will have to move it. It also seems HUGE in the front seat. LOL. I also feel a little safer with it in the back. But, I like to have her in the front with me so I can see what she's doing. Opinions on this as well?
Those of you that have one or any seat like this, do you usually keep it in your car? Or do you take it out when youre not using it?