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This post is dedicated to Callie, a Canine Angel service dog that recently loss her life in a car accident.

I’d like to start by introducing Pet Auto Safety who has provided the Bergan Dog Auto Harness for this review. Thank you for allowing me to highlight the importance, and ease, of restraining a pet when traveling!

The Bergan Dog Auto Harness product description:

Secure your dog in order to keep him safe and minimize driver distractions. But don’t just use any dog safety car harness. The Bergan brand is the most versatile in sizing and use. Plus it has been strength tested and researched for both a comfortable and safe fit. It is lightweight yet durable enough to meet the V9DT Pet Safety Durability Test Standard. The tether uses a load bearing carabiner so that your dog can be secured in any vehicle with seat belts or any other attachment points such a latch bar or the metal anchors located in the cargo area of most SUVs. Once adjusted, it is easy to put on. The padded chest plate provides extra comfort and safety. Use the pet auto restraint for walking and in the car (car tether included).

Important Sizing Information:
Large fits dogs 50-80 lbs.
1.5″ wide straps.
Neck size fully adjustable.
Girth size up to 40″ around.
Tether adjusts from 12″-24″ long.


This harness is available in small, medium, large, and extra large. Our review was done by Bobo, a Canine Angel in training, and the large size worked for him. Our first time use required a few minutes to find that perfect fit. Daily use is a breeze- it takes less than a minute. We found it worked best when we laid the harness on the ground and let Bobo step into it. Then we pull it up into place and secured it at the top near his shoulder blades. We keep the tether hooked up in the car so when he gets in all we need to do is attach the carabiner to the harness.

The harness and tether both use high quality webbing. The tether piece is adjustable allowing Bobo just enough room to get comfortable but keeping him secure on the seat. The wide padded chest piece looks like it would evenly distribute the force in the event of a quick stop or accident. Be preventive and be safe 🙂





Appropriately restraining a pet in the car is important for their safety as well as your safety and the safety of other motorists.

Please help spread the word. Re-posting is appreciated! If you’re interested in purchasing the Bergan harness, visit the Pet Auto Safety website. Read about the company, view other products, and watch a video of this harness.

I received the Bergan Dog Auto Harness from Pet Auto Safety to help facilitate the writing of an honest review. A positive review is not guaranteed, and all opinions are my own. No other compensation was received.

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