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Clickit Sport Crash Tested Dog Car Safety Harness

Keep your dog safe in the car with the only harness that has been certified to protect your dog in case of a crash.  Other car harnesses simply keep your dog from jumping on your lap or under your feet, but they are not designed to keep your dog safely on the seat in an accident.  Some car harnesses have even decapitated the crash test dummy.  Don’t take chances with your precious pooch’s safety.  Get the Clickit Sport harness before your next ride with your dog.



Just because an item is sold as a car harness for dogs doesn’t mean it is designed to protect your dog in case of an accident.  In fact, only 2 harnesses have been certified by the Center for Pet Safety, and that’s the Sleepypod Clickit Sport and the Sleepypod Clickit Terrain.  I don’t think the Terrain is still being made.  I have Clickit Sport for both my girls and never travel without them safely secured.  

Some popular and pretty expensive harnesses have failed the crash test.  Videos are here”

Don’t let your dog become a casualty; prevent heartbreak and injuries with a car harness that actually works.  

Product Description

Clickit Sport

Clickit Sport is packed with state of the art technology that makes it light and easy to use without sacrificing safety. Sleepypod’s unique Infinity Loop webbing design, in combination with a broad padded vest, work together to distribute and reduce damaging forces that can cause injury in an accident. In the crash test lab and in real life it has been proven to be one of the safest dog safety harnesses. Double D-rings for leash connection when not in the car.  
  • Jet Black
  • Strawberry Red
  • Robin Egg Blue
  • Orange Dream
  • First Blush
  • Olive
  • Charcoal

Five Star Safety

Infinity loop technology

  • Three-point design for use in rear passenger seat secures a dog’s entire torso
  • Broad, cushioned, energy absorbing vest
  • Quick connection and release

Take it to the Park

Clickit Sport can be adjusted to securely fit your dog and with leash D-rings at the neck. You can use Clickit Sport as both a seat belt and a walking harness. Reflector strips on the back and front of Clickit Sport make your dog more visible at night.

Ride Along

Sleepypod’s easy to use Infinity Loop system reduces additional attachment and detachment steps. Three points of contact reduce forward and lateral movement in the event of a collision or sudden stop. Two loops extend from the infinity Loop system to provide attachment points for insertion through, then into the vehicle’s seat belt.

Crash Tested and Certified by CPS

Sleepypod rigorously tested Clickit Sport to include the same dynamic crash tests used to test child safety restraints. But don’t just take our word for it. Clickit Sport is the only harness to earn safety certification and a five star rating from the Center for Pet Safety. Need more proof?

Cleaning Instructions

  • Wipe exterior of the vest with a damp cloth.
  • Vacuum pet fur from neoprene of the vest.
  • For heavy soiling, hand wash Clickit Sport in cold water then line dry.


  • Strength-tested, automotive grade.
  • Suitable for use as a walking harness.
  • Reflective strips for visibility at night.
  • Easy to clean.


Sizes determined by chest measurement around a dog’s rib cage, just behind the front legs.  
  • Small (16.5 – 22 inches)
  • Medium (22.5 – 28 inches)
  • Large (28.5 – 34 inches)
  • Extra Large (34.5 – 40 inches)

Additional information


Small, Medium, Extra Large, Large


Charcoal Grey, First Blush, Jet Black, Olive Green, Orange Dream, Robin Egg Blue, Strawberry Red

Package Dimensions ‏ : ‎

9.17 x 8.46 x 3.35 inches; 12.31 ounces

Item model number ‏ : ‎


Date First Available ‏ : ‎

September 23, 2020

Manufacturer ‏ : ‎


ASIN ‏ : ‎


Best Sellers Rank:

#75 in Dog Car Harnesses

Customer Reviews:

143 ratings

30 reviews for Clickit Sport Crash Tested Dog Car Safety Harness

  1. Alpine Annie

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Couldn’t make heads or tails out this harness.

    I know this got a good review as far as protecting your pet, but I couldn’t figure out what was going on with the straps. They looked like they were attached incorrectly and they had to be bent in such a way that it seemed so uncomfortable for my dog. I was afraid it would create sores at the attachment points so I returned it.

  2. Kindle Customer

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Broke the first time we put it on our pup.

    Shoddy construction. Difficult to adjust length of straps. Returned the product promptly.

    2 people found this helpful

  3. LR

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Can’t really return

    I am disappointed. I bought this for a long road trip but my dog would not tolerate it. To return this item you must pay to ship it back to seller and then are charged a $16 restocking fee. Disappointed. I would not advise buying unless you’re absolutely sure your pet will tolerate wearing the item in the car. Overall I lost $30 between shipping it back and restocking fee. Not worth it. Also, I didn’t feel it was good quality and when I read more about crash rating I saw only up to 35mph?

    10 people found this helpful

  4. Rockytop

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Not for small dogs

    This item came highly recommended but unfortunately it did not work for me. The Small size would be good for something like a Jack Russell or boxer. No good for a chihuahua or pinscher or toy breeds in general.The construction is sturdy, the packaging is fresh and unique. But they could do better there too. What exactly is “the bundle”? and when the bundle arrives, there’s no documentation explaining the need for the extra items. I *think* one allows some extra slack in the seatbelt and also I *think* the second item is to prevent the dog from pressing the seatbelt button, but I’m not sure.Anyway, returned the item and now I’m on a quest for something smaller.

    6 people found this helpful

  5. Maddie

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Not great for a large dog

    This was a very uncomfortable apparatus and ended up stressing out my dog. My dog is 65 lbs and repeatedly got twisted up while trying to adjust positions while I was driving. Additionally, it was very hard to get the seat-belt buckled and the seat-belt buckle/cover was too bulky for my dog to lay down comfortably across 2 seats. This might be best suited for small dogs that can sit and lay down comfortably on one seat.

    12 people found this helpful

  6. hobbitmomhobbitmom

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Neck strap doesn’t fit

    I ordered the small for an 18 pound dog with a 17.25 chest measurement, according to the company size chart. There was no measurement specified for the neck strap. While the chest strap fits fine, the neck is way too loose when fully tightened. The harness twists around when buckled in and my dog gets tangled in the seat belt facing backwards.

    24 people found this helpful

  7. Alice Pratt

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    too late to send back but wish I had!

    akward to fit, limits movement tooo much and no front no pull ring for leash…

    3 people found this helpful

  8. Damian1690

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    El Sucko

    It’s awkward. It’s uncomfortable. It’s pretty much impossible to clip any of my seat belts through the straps. Gets 2 stars because the buckle cover is actually nice. I purchased a Kurgo crash tested one instead and it’s awesome.

    4 people found this helpful

  9. Kaitlynn Smith

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Sizing is bad

    The small sized harness was way too big for my Miniature schnauzer

    7 people found this helpful


    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Puppy hated it

    Omg. My big standard poodle puppy absolutely hated this contraption. Dog totally unable to move an inch once in place-an inch!!!! Awful! I wanted to love it. So disappointed.

    7 people found this helpful

  11. cmalla

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Sleepy Pod Clickit

    Difficult to put on and too big for my 10# Pomchi. Easy to return though.

    7 people found this helpful

  12. Shouhei Yamagami

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Odd Fit, Company Does Not Stand By Its Product. Buy Kurgo Instead.

    It fits very strangely (i.e., does not fit at all, despite their size guide), but more concerning is that they do not stand by their product. I don’t know why third party reviewers rate this so highly; on their own product there is a tag that says not to trust their product. Essentially it says that this product doesn’t do what they’re selling it to do, and they are not responsible for their product not protecting your pet in the event of a crash. Imagine getting in a car with a tag on the seatbelt that says ‘this seatbelt makes no assertion that using it will protect the user from injury or death.’ That’s insane. It’s a seatbelt. We know it’s not going to miraculously prevent death at 80mph. But if your product is crash tested at 35mph and up to 110lbs, IT SHOULD PROTECT THE USER WITHIN THE TESTED LIMITS. Period. Otherwise, it’s a $120 waste of material and it is fraud to market it as a seatbelt. Buy the Kurgo harness that is crash tested up to 35mph instead. It’s only $40 and they don’t tell you their product does nothing on the label.

    2 people found this helpful

  13. BL

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Sizing is off for small breeds

    I did a ton of research on crash test safety (watch the crash videos on Center for Pet Safety website it’s crazy!) and Sleepypods is a brand that has really high crash test ratings for most, if not all, of their products.I measured my dog, a 13 lb Silky Terrier, and according to the measurement guide she should have fit a size Small. When I put the harness on her I was able to fit it well around her body, albeit the fasteners were at the tightest setting possible, but the length of the harness portion that runs along the chest was too long. The harness rode up when she sat and hit around mid-neck and sometimes right under her chin. I did a few soft tug tests and every single time the stiff harness hit in a place that would have strangled her or collapsed her trachea if involved in a crash because of where the harness ended up sitting.The harness itself seems to be pretty durable and well made. The chest portion is stiff and seems like it would endure a lot of wear. The hardware adjustment straps are awkward to adjust while on the dog because they are on the side touching the dog rather than on the outside.I agree with another review that the instruction cards the came with the bundle were a bit scarce in information but I was able to figure out what each item did on my own without much instruction.Gave a 3 star because I think the product is pretty well made and you can’t argue with the CPS crash test results. Really wish this product would have worked for us but I think it’s definitely sized for larger than small/toy breed dogs. Going to purchase the actual pod instead of the harnesses, which is a shame since my dog likes to sit next to/on me in the back seat.

    4 people found this helpful

  14. Glenda Johnson

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Seems great but it sucks

    I bought this harness directly from the sleepypod website because of the great safety ratings of it for our 55lb husky mix. He measures for the Large, however, as others have said, there are no neck or over the shoulder measurements for it, so it is WAY too loose on the top and my poor pup got horribly tangled in it during a 4 hr road trip FOUR times. Literally he somehow got the top flipped off from over his head. I contacted Sleepypod about it who first of all, didnt seem to understand what I was saying and said it doesnt go around his neck (??? Really?) so I sent them photos and then recommended we size DOWN, which also doesnt make any sense because then he wouldnt fit in the measurement they DO have around his waist!! Then I never heard back.The neck straps are adjusted to the smallest possible size. I wish I had never wasted my money on this weirdly designed and weirdly fitted, harness. Honestly not a fan of this company OR this harness. We got the Kurgo one instead (also good safety ratings) and my pup seems to like it way better.

    10 people found this helpful

  15. ufgatorsyeahufgatorsyeah

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Clip broke after 3 weeks

    Clip broke after 3 weeks with my 30 pound dog. Three emailed attempts at contacting company and have not heard back from them. Quality of product and customer service subpar. Look elsewhere. Will update review if resolution to my faulty product.

    14 people found this helpful

  16. Avid online buyerAvid online buyer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic customer service

    Bought this as I was puppy sitting a 35lb Welsh Springer Spaniel who loves to go on drives but also loves to hang out of the window, making me very nervous. This harness allows her to get comfy but stops her from dangling. Also, the customer service from the company is fabulous – had an issue with the S-clip and they sent me out the new model free of charge. Bought another harness for the puppy’s parents to use!!!

    7 people found this helpful

  17. pwatkins

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Too cumbersome

    Was not comfortable for our dog, and was not easy to put on and off. Biggest issue was that the seatbelt would often lock up after strapping our god in, and then you pretty much have to pull off the road, undo the belt and start over. We had to return it, and they were good about taking the return. Supposed to be the safest for your dog on the market, but because it is so difficult to use, even the people I know who kept it rarely use it with their dog in the car.

    5 people found this helpful


    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Kept my puppy safe in the backseat.

    I like that this harness kept my baby in one spot. He didn’t like that very much and not sure how actually comfortable it was for him, but I knew he was safe and buckled like every other person that rides in the backseat.

  19. Lucy B.Lucy B.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I feel a sense of security when my dog wears this. Oh and she looks cool too!

    I use this daily with my dog when she goes to dog daycare or for a pup cup run. She doesn’t try to chew at the seatbelt which was a concern I had. Other brands she had tried that before. It is very well made and sturdy. I can tell that if there ever was a crash, heaven forbid, the rib cage area is made for impact, so that gives me a sense of security. My dog also doesn’t fight putting it on as she enjoys car rides and the attention as you can see.

    One person found this helpful

  20. A CurdA Curd

    Safe, good quality but plastic clips easily damaged and unable to be repaired

    Sleepypod Clickit Sport – Great, safe puppy harness. However once the plastic clips become damaged unable to replace and repair – time for a new harness. Unable to purchase new one as no stock (Jan 22).

  21. Very good case,strong and good on the vest

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great product

    After 1 year of useibg this ,it is very good the the is sitting in the car like a kid. And it feels safe for the dog.

    One person found this helpful

  22. PC

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    High quality, straightforward, durable. No cheap stuff here.

    Solid, useful product made of high quality materials that comes in “not ugly” colors.Highly adjustable. Purchased the smallest size and tightened all straps down to their shortest adjustments to fit a 13 pound dog. I don’t think you could go smaller than this.Seatbelt strap pull-through is straightforward enough that children can handle the harnessing and seatbelt duties. Gives the pup enough slack to even lie down in the seat.Chest protector area seems stiff at first, but based on the safety description it appears to be designed to be that way. Seems to gain flexibility after a few uses. Overall harness I seems comfortable enough for walks at a destination (have not used it for long walks near home, as it’s essentially our car & trip harness).High quality & durable nylon straps: soft, fine weave. No dye transfer observed of any kind.I love when a product is high quality and works well.

    23 people found this helpful

  23. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Not easy to use

    I highly recommend this harness because of the safety testing but it is not easy to get on the dog or get the dog situated in the car. It is also not a comfortable daily use harness. So A+ for safety, everything else D- (but still worth it for pups safety)

    9 people found this helpful

  24. Amazon Customer

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Finally, an easy to use harness

    I tried them all–some too big, some too small, and some seemed to need an engineering degree to figure out. this one is easy to adjust, easy to put on/take off your dog, and hooks into he car’s seatbelt. He has room to move and lie down and is not uncomfortable in this. thank you.

    13 people found this helpful

  25. Emma T.Emma T.

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Neck WAY too big

    1. Neck part (this is a large) is way too large for the average dog. My dog is a lab, the vet told me he’s an average sized male… he’s 80 lb and his measurements match the large size. So big it slides down his chest and legs when tightened down all the way and he’s buckled in, even when the seatbelt isn’t locked and he’s just sitting there. See photos for what the average trip becomes, I have to stop at least once per trip over 30 min to adjust it. And he has slipped out of it because of this (also in photos)2. Neck straps loosen during use so you have to tighten them every time you use it. Even though it doesn’t matter because they’re too loose anyways.3. I don’t care as much about this but through average use the reflective stuff is flaking off. My dog doesn’t chew but if yours does this probably wouldn’t hold up.Overall, only been using it because I need to strap my dog in and also it was expensive. Not worth it!

    18 people found this helpful

  26. Amazon Customer

    3.0 out of 5 stars


    Tried to use this on a very long road trip. Did not get very far and had to pull over to untangle my dogs legs. Did not use the rest of the trip. Love the harness continued to use the harness

    4 people found this helpful

  27. Asurve

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Excellent product. Easy to put onto the dog and into the car. We use the harness for car rides and for walks. Looks comfortable and easy to adjust size.

    2 people found this helpful

  28. Elodie Li

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Pretty much the only crash tested harness

    Sellers were very helpful in clarifying questions as well as provide a missing component free of charge.

    2 people found this helpful

  29. E. Lane

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Odd design; Ruffwear Load Up harness seems way better

    I’ve read a zillion reviews of crash-tested safety harnesses for dogs, and I own the Ruffwear Load Up harness, which fits my springer spaniel perfectly. I wanted to see what this Clickit harness was like, thinking it might be a good multipurpose harness for a long road trip I have coming up. Nope! Honestly, for almost ninety bucks, this harness seems WAY less well designed than the Load Up, and is clearly way less rugged. The biggest problem with the Clickit is that the straps seem like they’re sewn on with the wrong side up–all the parts that would rub or scratch are on the side facing the dog’s body, potentially causing sores or matts. At first I thought maybe the straps on this harness had just gotten twisted, but there’s no way to flip them without causing a big lumpy mess (a new problem!) over the dog’s breastbone. My other complaint about this harness is that although the padded (front) part of the harness seems like it wouldn’t cause damage in a crash, the straps themselves seem flimsy. You need width and strength to withstand a crash without cutting into your dog (or breaking). Speaking of that, the packaging says “Guaranteed for 45 lbs” on the front–something that would’ve kept me from buying this for my 48-pound dog had I known it up front!! Grrr. Last complaint: Although I’m good at figuring out dog harnesses (dog trainer for 15 years), this thing is super confusing and the instructions are mostly cute illustrations rather than informative text. AT LEAST tell customers where to go watch a video of how to get this thing hooked up properly–both for comfort and safety. I really wanted to like this harness, but I feel like Sleepypod tried to create a hybrid of a legit safety harness and a lighter-weight harness for everyday use, and ended up with neither. There is absolutely NO comparison between this and the Load Up harness, which would CLEARLY protect a dog better in a crash. My only complaint about the Load Up harness is the slightly tricky (at first) nesting buckles, which I understand they’re replacing in August 2021. I’ll stick with the Load Up, both for my dog’s comfort and his safety. It might be a little bulkier, but I’m confident the Load Up could save my dog’s life, unlike the Clickit. (By the way, my dog generally travels in a Ruffland kennel, but since we’re heading on a long road trip, I thought it might be nice to have a seatbelt harness as an option.)

    74 people found this helpful

  30. jenkoe

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Harness is fine, but package came opened

    My dog hates this harness but it does the job of keeping him safe which was the goal. I purchased this item full price and paid shipping. It arrived in a package that had clearly been opened and returned. I like purchasing open box items but this was not advertised as such. I reached out to the seller and never heard back, so assume that your item will come pre-worn to some degree.

    3 people found this helpful

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