I have two small dogs that I travel with often. To keep Espen and Kenobi safe, I use car seat tethers to prevent my dogs from running around my vehicle on road trips. I also use tethers to keep my animals from becoming dangerous projectiles in the case of an accident. When recently offered the chance to review a set of two nylon dog safety belt tethers from INNX in exchange for my honest opinion, I eagerly accepted the opportunity. The two-pack currently costs $7.96 on Amazon with a list price of $17.
Made with high-quality nylon material that resists tears and fraying, the INNX dog safety belt tether supports both small and large pets. The strap adjusts in length from 17.5 to 32 inches, allowing your pet to sit, lie down, or stand while remaining safely restrained and secure. The swivel snap clips easily and turns to prevent the strap from twisting. The one-inch metal seat belt tab is compatible with most vehicle seat belt receptacles. Use the INNX dog safety belt tether only with a harness. Do not attach the tether directly to a collar to prevent choking or neck injuries in the case of an accident.
Adjusting the pet tether from INNX is incredibly easy. To lengthen or shorten the strap, slide the plastic strap adjuster up or down along the nylon strap. I like that I can personalize the length of the tether for each of my dogs. My taller dog needs a longer strap while my shorter dog uses a shorter strap. Using the tether is equally easy. Simply buckle the metal tongue into the buckle in your vehicle. Then snap the clip onto your dog’s harness. My only concern with the tether is that, while acceptable in sturdiness, the clip does not seem extremely high quality. I would like to see an even more durable clip on future versions. Overall, however, I am pleased with my new nylon dog safety belt tethers from INNX, which make traveling with my pets easier and safer.
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INNX Nylon Dog Safety Belt Tether Review © 2016 Heather Johnson
INNX Nylon Dog Safety Belt Tether © 2016 Heather Johnson
Clip of INNX Nylon Dog Safety Belt Tether © 2016 Heather Johnson
Strap Adjuster of INNX Nylon Dog Safety Belt Tether © 2016 Heather Johnson
Buckled INNX Nylon Dog Safety Belt Tether © 2016 Heather Johnson
INNX Nylon Dog Safety Belt Tether Clipped on Dog Harness © 2016 Heather Johnson