Solvit Large Tagalong™ Pet Booster Seat - Deluxe
Dog car seat that lets your pet see the road!
The Solvit Large Tagalong™ Pet Booster Seat - Deluxe provides the ultimate ride for the pampered pet. Some booster seats sit too low, or they are supported by straps that attach to the front of the basket, making it difficult for pets to move around. The internal frame design of the Solvit Pet Booster Seat elevates pets to provide a clear view of the road, with no clumsy straps to get in their way. Installs securely in one minute and even works in the back seat!*
The Pet Booster Seat features a padded interior to cradle your pet in comfort and luxury. The internal liner removes for washing to keep the Seat clean and fresh. Safety leash and storage pocket included.
Warranted for one year against defects in materials and workmanship. Let your pet ride in style, with the Pet Booster Seat from Solvit Products.
Ideal for pets up to 18 lbs., such as Miniature Dachshund, Lhasa Apso and Bichon Frise
- Internal frame design supports seat from below, providing an unobstructed view for pets
- Installs securely in one minute in all vehicles with headrests
- Quilted microfiber body with quilted plaid liner
- Even works in the back seat, if headrests are present
- Removable, washable liner keeps seat clean and fresh
- Safety leash included
- Front storage pocket
- One year warranty
*To install the Booster Seat on a bench seat, (most back seats are bench-types), the seat must have headrests.
Dimensions: 16" x 14" x 8"
Product Number: 62346
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