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ŠKODA Introduce a New Dog Safety Range

24th July 2015

ŠKODA has extended their safety range to include protection for dogs so they are kept safe at all times while in the car. They have created a new range of accessories using their Simply Clever philosophy designed to keep our furry friends safe and secure while on their travels.

The range, developed using ŠKODA's acclaimed Simply Clever philosophy, combines the very latest in canine-cosy materials with high-tech structures to protect even the most boisterous of hounds. From simple seatbelts to barriers designed to give dogs an area of the car they can call their own, the range has everything the smart dog owner needs. The accessory range includes a Dog Safety Belt, which turns into a lead when it's time for walkies. The seatbelt is available in four sizes from small to extra-large to suit all types of dogs. The Dog Safety Belt starts from £50 including VAT for the small version, with medium, large and XL costing £65, £75 and £85 respectively.


To keep your dog's hairs and muddy paws from ruining your seats ŠKODA has developed a Backseat Protector to minimise the mess from your dog. The Protector which is priced at £30 including VAT is simply attached to the front and rear headsets to form a cosy hammock which is also slip resistant for protection.

If your dog likes to have its own space when travelling then the ŠKODA dog guard will give them the privacy and security they need. The dog guard is available for the Fabia, Octavia and Superb estate models and is easy to install. For smaller dogs, ŠKODA also offers a system that divides the boot space into two – providing separate spaces for luggage and man's best friend. Prices start from £105.50 including VAT. Other accessories include a tailor fitted protective mat that is exactly the same shape of the boot floor, as well as a Plastic Protective Liner also for the boot.

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With all these new accessories your dog is sure to have a pleasant and safe journey wherever you decide to travel. Always remember though to never to leave the dog in the car in a hot day!

By Jenna Niblock