PupSaver Compatible Harnesses - Black With Red Trim

PupSaver Compatible Harnesses - Black With Red Trim

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PupSaver Compatible Harnesses

Black With Red Trim

Don't risk your dog's life to an untested, uncomfortable and unsafe harness! The PupSaver Harness is the only harness we recommend for use with all PupSaver models. Please email our Harness Guru at judy@pupsaver.com with any questions!

Please keep in mind - harnesses are not meant to be a custom fit. If you can just fit your fingers beneath the harness and your dog's fur, it fits.

Please size up if you are worried your pup might grow a little more (or gain a little weight). 


*Typically Fits: Dogs Weighing Up To 5 Lbs ONLY (Not Adjustable)


*Typically Fits: Dogs Weighing 6 -13 LBS (Some 5 - 7 lb dogs with smaller girths may find this harness too large)


*Typically Fits: Dogs Weighing 13-21 LBS


*Typically Fits: Dogs Weighing 20-30 LBS


 *Typically Fits: Dogs Weighing 30-45 LBS


The PupSaver Harness is:

Crash Tested — Our harnesses have been through the same rigorous crash tests as the AirPupSaver and have been proven crash test safe again and again. Because of this, we only recommend using the PupSaver Harness with the PupSaver. 

Comfortable — Dogs love their PupSaver Harness. The front (chest-side) D-ring makes the PupSaver riding experience easier for your dog by keeping their point of connection at a stable, low connection. This allows you to give your pup slack to be comfortable, without risking choking.

Easy to Use — The buckles we chose for the PupSaver Harness make for quick and safe attachment/detachment. Many owners use their PupSaver harness as their regular harness-of-choice on walks. The low connection point on the chest helps keep dogs that pull from walking you



Customer Reviews

Based on 63 reviews
Diane B
New Pup, New Pupsaver

We bought our first Pupsaver five years ago, and both us and our dog love it! We just added a second dog to our family, so purchased a second Pupsaver. The sturdy seats attach securely to the car. Our dogs ride safely, while we are able to know they are securely attached in the back seat. Despite being confined, the dogs can sit up, can lie down, and are able to see out the windows. Be sure the purchase the compatible Pupsaver harness! I also recently needed to exchange a harness because I purchased the incorrect size, and the exchange was handled promptly and easily. I definitely recommend Pupsaver!!

Kathleen Cass
Need this harness for the pup saver car-seat

I bought our 3rd harness because they eventually get worn and dirty. It looks nice but does NOT fit my 13 Lb Shihtzu-Bichon mix dog. I wish there were other harnesses that would work with the pup saver car seat. I spend hours at the sewing machine making alterations to prevent him from pulling his front legs out of the harness. I wish there were other styles that would fit better. I don’t know if any better car safety seat for him.

Great product

Very happy with pupsaver products! Being able to have my pup ride along and be safe is awesome!

Art Gile
Pup Saver Harness

It fits well. I like it has a connection behind the dog's head so we can easily walk him with a leash after his ride.

Pup Saver Compatible Harness

While this product is very attractive, it does not work well for us. There are several issues with the overall design. One is the choice of hardware where the side straps adjust. The hardware is metal and as a result offers no friction against the somewhat slick webbing. This means that without too much moving around, the straps had slipped, as there is no means of securing them, and Freddy had stepped completely out of the harness, while we were driving around on a test run. The harness was still around his waist, but his front legs were free. It is my opinion that there should not be any slipping of this hardware at all. The next issue that could be solved with a design tweak is the buckle on the back. The heavy metal has some sharp edges where it clasps together and it is quite hard against the spine of the animal when the harness is under stress. A nylon or plastic buckle would be lighter in weight and the harness could have padded tabs that velcro together, under the clasp, like our other harnesses do. A nice extra would be to have reflective binding instead of non-reflective. This could make a difference in visibility in an emergency, especially on the black/red harness, in low light or dark conditions. Re. the pup saver seat though, absolutely fantastic product. Hit the brakes hard, on purpose, going about 15 mph. Everything worked as advertised and Freddy hardly reacted at all.