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Ruff Rider Roadie Basic - Pet Safety Harness (Closeout Item. Available only while supplies last.)

Use the Ruff Rider harness in your car or walking your dog. Harness color black with dark orange threads.

  • The harness can be worn all day long and easily attaches to any leash making it double as a walking harness
  • Exceeds the standards for human seatbelts

Even a low speed collision creates tremendous force, keeping your pet properly restrained prevents injury to your pet plus you and the rest of your friends and family in your vehicle. Designed with the help of veternary orthopedic surgeon Joe Evans DVM, the Roadie is orthopedically sound, ergonomically correct, and warranteed for the life of your animal. Research and independent tests shoe Ruff Rider's Roadie Canine Vehicle Safety/Training Harness keeps the dog you love safe while riding, braking or turning and affords the best protection in extreme situations. It easily attaches to any vehicle's seatbelt system. It includes a built-in short walking lead for all-around use. Every Ruff Rider Roadie is vet approved & exceeds S.A.E. tensile strength standards for human seat belts.



Consider the following:

Airbag Inflation Risk for Pets: Ruff Rider sites imminent danger for pets riding in the front seat.

Ruff Rider Products advises pet owners about the dangers of placing dog's in the front seat of vehicles with airbags. Ruff Rider states, "A dog's head is too low and may be as much as 15 inches closer to the dashboard than a human's when seated in the front passenger position. This is extremely dangerous because airbags deploy from the dashboard at approximately 200 mph." Edward Jetter, Safety Standards Engineer at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, agrees that if a passenger is hit by an airbag before it is fully inflated, the passenger may sustain serious injury or even death.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recommends that passengers' sit at least 12 inches away from the dashboard. National Statistics show that airbags may help prevent fatality by as much as 35% when used correctly. However, there were a significant amount of incidents in which some passengers were seriously or fatally injured after being seated in close proximity to a deploying airbag. Ruff Rider states, "Airbags were not designed for dogs or children. Airbags are designed for adult humans."

Toni Howell of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety agrees that airbags are not safe for pets riding in the front seat, but concludes that they do not have any information or statistics on pets in vehicles. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration also lacks statistics on how many pets are injured in car accidents each year.

For the best protection Ruff Rider recommends that children and dogs be seated in the back seats and all passengers (including the family dog) be buckled into the seat belts securely. Ruff Rider also offers options to restrain dogs where there are no seat belts available.

Fitting Instructions:
To get the RIB CAGE CIRCUMFERENCE measure your dog around the LARGEST part of his/her rib cage just behind the front legs while your dog is standing. Make this measurement SNUG, and be sure you can fit one finger under the measuring tape not two.
This size chart is an approximate guideline for sizing your dog.

Harness Size

Weight (lbs)

Weight (kg)

Rib Cage Circumference (Inches)

Rib Cage Circumference (Centimeters)

Size 1 (XXS)

6 - 10

3.0 - 5.5

12 - 13

29 - 36

Size 2 (XS)

11 - 14

5.5 - 6.5

13 - 16

37 - 43

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