|Size||Dimensions||Suggested Pet Size|
|Half||7" H x 20" W x 19" D||up to 35 lbs|
|Full||7" H x 48" W x 19" D||up to 70 lbs|
|The Lookout Perch Pet Booster Seat||7" H x 20 - 48" W x 19" D||6 - 10 lbs|
|Features:||Made In America|
|Other:||Additional Sizes, Additional Fabrics|
|Product Category:||Dog Vehicle/Travel|
Snoozer The Lookout Perch Pet Booster Seat
just what we needed
Molly Rudolph from Tucson, AZ
We had to make some adjustments so that this would fit our front seat and secure the dog. We have a corgi so his demensions are off from a regular pup.
Pet booster seat
Renee Rubin from Cambria, CA– Verified Buyer
The pet booster seat is not a great value and should have a much lower price point. The cushion is too large to rest on my front car seat. It must therefore be used on a bench seat. One must use a seatbelt to secure the seat in place, but the seat moves about regardless (my auto upholstery is leather). The seat back cover is not adjustable and cannot be secured without drooping. Although the seat does come with a harness, the harness is very awkward to use and I suspect not a one-size-fits-all item. My one positive comment is that the seat cushion is a good height, but my dog refuses to use it. Rather disappointing.
a better solution
bassett lover from toledo, ohio area
If you're thinking of the full size lookout perch - get a crib/toddler mattress instead. At 52 x 27 the mattress fills the space from armrest to armrest and from front to back seat in a mid size SUV. Placement of at least one front seat all the way back will anchor the mattress securely. No shifting, no space in front for pet to fall off of, no space behind for pet to sink into! A premium mattress is 7" thick, has 200 or more coils, thick padding, waterproof, 20 yr. guarantee, cheaper. Works perfectly for 65 lb. basset hound. Seven foot folding ramp gets him in and out!
Picabo from Indiana
For years, I had been using a pile of dog beds to stuff down onto the seat of my Miata for my copilot to be safe, comfortable and have a better view. I used the pile of dog beds in the bucket seat for my Siberian Gidgit, who went to the Rainbow Bridge in June. While looking for something better for the new baby, Angel, another Siberian, I simply had to try it. First, it was going to be less expensive to do it this way than but the pile of dog beds. Secondly, it was MUCH firmer than the fluffy dog beds I had been using. It is also much easier to take out if needed, and clean than the pile of dog beds. I had looked for a long time for something to accommodate a medium to large sized dog - it seemed like everything was made for toy and small dogs, nothing for a dog that will be 50 pounds when full grown. This one fits perfectly in all directions, and is firm enough to not squish down yet is not hard as a rock either. The one thing that I have had to alter was how it is actually secured to the seat. All there is, is an elastic cord - thin and not tight - that goes around the seat back. When the dog steps on the rear of the cushion, where it meets the seat back, the entire cushion slips forward because the elastic strap is not tight enough or strong enough to keep it snug to the seat. Also, because car seats are all slightly raised where the back of you knees hit, and the cushion is a rectangle without a tapering, it sits lower where the cushion and seat back meet, forming a "V" when the dog in on the cushion.
Not what I was expecting
English Shepherd mom from Chicago suburbs– Verified Buyer
I have a 50lb English Shepherd and an SUV. I got this to make him higher in the seat for the window so that he could sit and not stand to put his head out. It does raise him up, however it doesn't seem to fit securely enough in the seat to be a safety item. It also is just a big piece of upholstery foam with a cover. I thought it said it had a wood support inside, but it does not. Just seems a little pricey for foam with a cover. Also, no instructions and there are clips on the front that I have no idea what to do with...
mail lady from Arkansas– Verified Buyer
dogs love it. Enables them to look out window. also allows them to "bed" up
Toby's Mum from Calgary, AB– Verified Buyer
Toby and I like the product but we are not sure we have it installed correctly. The instruction sheet is not very clear. Some pictures and/or illustrations would help. I don't know what all the straps are for, etc.
A success story
Basset Hound Owner from North Port Fl– Verified Buyer
Finally our basset hound can see out the car window when traveling. He no longer cries when riding in the car. A true success story.
Solved my doggie problem
Deb from Indianapolis, IN– Verified Buyer
My dog always wants to ride on my lap so he is up high enough to see out of the window. After purchasing the lookout perch, he now is happy to be sitting on the perch instead of my lap, which is just to dangerous!
Disappointing but still usable
Standard poodle lover from Montreal, Canada– Verified Buyer
My Lookout Perch arrived without any kind of paperwork or instructions, so it is difficult to know how to secure this well to my car to make it a stable platform for my dog. I'm not sure that he is safely restrained when riding on top of this platform. (Of course he wears a harness that is hooked to the seatbelt mechanism, but the PLATFORM is not stable beneath him.) I bought this because he and I both liked the smaller Snoozer Buddy Lookout Perch that suited him when he was a puppy and that WAS possible to secure to the car seat very well.
Snoozer products are of such quality, they even provided a doggie napping spot in the White house when President George H.W. Bush was in office. A Snoozer dog bed was used in the White House because the royal blue color matched the White House seal. After realizng what remarkable quality their first Snoozer bed was, the President and Mrs. Bush ordered a second.
Give your pet the long-lasting comfort you know they deserve, whether at home or on the road. Snoozer offers a wide variety of beds, car seats and accessories for your dog or cat, with many fabric options to suit your taste.