Check out Maya in the car with the Breeze Guard Window Barrier in place. I use the Breeze Guard Window Barrier so that my dogs can get a good breeze without having to stick their heads out the car window. While many dogs love to stick their head out the car window, there is a small danger of them being injured by flying debris.
The Breeze Guard Window Barrier also keeps your dog from jumping out of or being thrown out of the car window. Since my dogs wear their dog car harnesses, I don’t need to worry about this. But flying debris is a real issue. Next time you visit your vet, ask them if they have ever had a dog brought in who had their eyes, nose, or mouth damaged because flying debris hit them when their head was out the car window. I bet most vets will have a story to tell.
I love the Breeze Guard Window Barrier because my dogs can enjoy the fresh air without the danger of flying debris. But I also love it because it is easy to install and use. I can roll up the windows all the way if I want so I can leave the Breeze Guard Window Barrier in all the time. If for some reason I want to take them out, it is very simple. But not so simple that my dogs can get through them. The Breeze Guard Window Barrier is strapped very securely to the car. Very strong velcro straps wrap around the door frame of your car without damaging the car and without any hindrance to being able to fully close the door of your car. I have used the Breeze Guard Window Barrier for a few years now and it is still in as good of shape as it was when I first got it.
Please note that while the windows in the car are only halfway down, the Breeze Guard Window Barrier can be used with the windows all the way down. (Unfortunately, my car doesn’t allow for my windows to go all the way down.) Please also note that just because you can keep your windows down and have the Breeze Guard Window Barrier in place, it does not mean that you can leave your dog unattended in the car. Never leave your dog alone in the car, even if the windows are rolled down. Windows down or not, a car traps heat – even in mild weather.