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A woman sat by her car with her dog
A woman sat by her car with her dog

CLIX Carsafe

Ready for a road trip? Designed by Dr. Roger Mugford and his team, the CLIX CarSafe Harness keeps your dog comfortable and secure while travelling in the car.

For the safety of you, your pet and other road users, it’s required by law in many countries around the world to restrain your dog while travelling. That’s why the CarSafe Harness is made from safety-standard seatbelt material, and has two flexible options for fixing in the car. Plus, once you’ve arrived at your destination, CarSafe is designed to also be a comfortable walking harness for your dog.


Secure continuous webbing loop design


Padded so dogs can sit or lie in comfort


Innovative ‘X’ design over the dog's chest

Easy to fit

Flexible adjustment for different dog breeds

Did you know ?

For the safety of the driver and other road users, many countries have legislation in place that requests owners secure their pets while a vehicle is moving. Yet research suggests that around the globe, awareness of these laws is fairly low.  In the UK, 69% of dog owners were not aware of this law and 20% do not use a pet restraint. Insurance companies are also starting to take a stronger stance on this. If your unrestrained pet is found to have contributed to a road accident, your insurance claim may be invalidated – and nobody wants that.

Carsafe happy travellers !


Having your dog secured while you are driving your vehicle is very important for the safety your pet, yourself and other road users.

Many countries around the world have road safety laws regarding drivers not having any distractions whilst driving their vehicle and all for all ‘loads’ within the vehicle (including pets) to be secured. Also car insurance may be invalidated if the driver was found to have been distracted by their pet whilst driving and been involved in a road accident.

For the care and comfort of your pet it is also important they are safely restrained whilst travelling in a car or other vehicle, in the event of an accident.

The dog should be secured on the back seat in a dog car harness or in the boot. Never place your dog on the front seats of the car. If possible, leave your dog’s lead on when travelling in case of emergencies.

Ideally puppies should be transported in a secured travel crate on the back seat, up to 6 months old. However, for bigger breeds once large enough, they can be secured on the back seat in a suitable dog car harness.

It is important for safety reasons to train your dog to only exit the car when given a verbal command, and not to leap out as soon as their car harness is released, or boot door opened. If you can train your furry friend when they are a puppy this is the ideal time. However all dogs can be trained to exit the car safely at any age!