There isn’t anything you wouldn’t do to protect your pup. Car rides can be so much fun for dogs, but they can also be dangerous. It isn't like pups can buckle up like the average passenger. Dog car seats offer some added safety and comfort for your pup during those awesome car adventures. Pet parents can shop for the perfect dog car seat for their pet at PetSmart. Here, we understand just how important your pet is and want to help you give them the best care with the best products.
Our selection of dog car seats includes
Dog Booster Seats
High-Back Car Seats
Luxury Dog Car Seats
Covered Car Seats for Dogs
You can find everything you need to help your pup live their best life at PetSmart. Need other dog supplies while you’re here? PetSmart also carries other dog containment products including dog backpacks, dog car barriers, dog carriers/crates, metal dog crates, doggy doors/gates, dog fence systems, dog houses/pens, dog mats/crate covers, dog strollers, and more.
PetSmart also offers convenient shopping with curbside or in-store pickup. Need something today? We have select items available for same-day delivery in most areas powered by DoorDash. For items you purchase frequently, PetSmart has Autoship that automatically delivers the items you want to your door as often as you’d like. Check the website to see which items are eligible.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Should a dog be in a car seat?
Car rides can be so much fun for dogs, but they can also be dangerous. It isn't like pups can buckle up like the average passenger. Dog car seats offer some added safety and comfort for your pup during those awesome car adventures.
Is it ok for a dog to sit in the front seat?
It is not advised for your pup to sit in the front seat. Use a dog car seat in the back seat for added protection and comfort.
Where should a dog sit in the car?
Your pup should sit in the back seat in a dog car seat or in their carrier for added safety during those awesome car ride adventures!
What is the best way for a dog to travel in a car?
Talk to your vet about the safest way to travel in the car with your pup. Consider a dog car seat or carrier for car rides.