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You always secure her with a seatbelt

How about your pets?

Do you protect them in car too?

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Pet safety solution for car travel

When it comes to ensuring the safety of your pets during car journeys, our pet carrier is unmatched in its effectiveness. It is crash-tested in USA and certified with a 5 Star rating from the most authoritative organisation the Center for Pet Safety. Its user-friendly seatbelt insertion mechanism enables you to provide them with the necessary security in seconds.

Impact of car crash to pets

In the event of a crash at only 30 mph(~50kmh), the force experienced by pets can be up to 30 times their weight. For instance, a 15-pound dog could face a crash force of 450 pounds. This poses a significant risk to pets when they are not properly protected in a car.

Please keep in mind that this is specifically in reference to a slower speed crash test. If the speed is considerably higher, such as 80kmh-100kmh, the consequence could be extremely serious if your pets, your children, and you are not protected in car.

Common mistakes (Must read)

I can hold my dogs&cats in my arms to protect them in car

No, you can't. While you may think you can hold them securely in your arms or on your lap, this is not always the case. In the event of a car crash, the force involved can be too great for you to restrain them effectively. In fact, unrestrained animals are often thrown from the car or become dangerous projectiles that can harm both themselves and other passengers.

I only use taxi for short trip, so i don't need to use safety measure

Accidents are inherently unpredictable and not affected by the frequency of car travel or the length of the trip. When a car accident occurs, the risk involved remains significant.

Bear in mind that even during a short and slower taxi ride at a speed of 50km/h, your pets and children may experience an impact force 30 times their own weight. Also, it's important to note that if your pets are hit by the head during a car crash no matter how slow the speed is, the consequences can still be fatal.

I can still get my pets protected as long as i can insert the seatbelt to pet carriers/Harnesses from other brands.

The answer is definitely NO.

Similarly, you will know the answer when it comes to child car seats. You will never purchase any child car seats for your sons or daughters that have not undergone car crash testing, because you are very clear that they may not offer sufficient protection for your children. So why does it apply differently to you pets?

In regards to pet safety in vehicles, ensuring the safety of your pet involves more than just securing the belts. It requires careful consideration of various important factors, such as the materials used in the pet carrier, the durability of the buckles, the positioning, and how you secure the seatbelt. We have conducted extensive laboratory and crash tests on our pet carrier to guarantee maximum safety for pets during car accidents.

Moreover, numerous dog harnesses and seatbelt strips falsely advertise the ability to attach seatbelts to their products for added pet protection in vehicles. Ironically, these products actually pose an even greater danger, as they can constrict the necks of dogs too tightly, potentially leading to fatal consequences.

To ensure safety, it is strongly advised to select only products that have undergone a crash test certification.

IF my pet is heavier than 15lbs, can i still use your product?

Our product has been certified with a 5-star rating in crash-tests specifically conducted for pets weighing up to 15lbs. Hence, we cannot assure the same level of protection for pets over 15lbs. Therefore, we do not recommend using it for car travel with larger pets. However, it is suitable for everyday use.

Your pet carrier can only protect pets at 30mph/50kmh?

We reference the test conditions of FMVSS 213 – for child safety seats, the test condition is approximately 30mph(~50kmh). The pet model we use is 15lbs. 

However, passing the 30 mph crash test doesn't imply that we can only ensure the safety of your pets at that speed, it could be higher. However, the common international crash test standard only allows for this particular speed.

Quotes from expert

  • Pets could become airborne during hard braking or being thrown out of the car in a collision. Pets riding in laps can be crushed by a person’s body or an inflating airbag. Unsecured animals can also injure people in the car if they become projectiles during a crash. Animals that are loose in cars can also distract the driver, increasing the risk of accidents.

    Laurie Anne Walden, DVM
  • American Humane estimates that approximately 100,000 dogs are killed due to riding in pickup truck beds. The number killed in car crashes could be much higher

    Steven Matz, founding shareholder of Matz Injury Law
  • In a car crash at 35 miles per hour, an unrestrained 60-pound dog becomes a2,700-pound projectile. The force of that impact could kill both the dog and the car’s human occupants. Yet many of us drive around every day with our dogs just sitting on the back seat, or even on our laps.

    Wes Siler, Indefinitely Wild
  • “In the event of a crash they (pets) can be a projectile hurting everyone, including themselves. “She advises: “Keep your pets restrained on every trip.”

    Dr. Flaura Winston, the Center for Injury Research
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