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Nylon and Steel Back Seat Pet Partition Barrier with Window

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Nylon and Steel Back Seat Pet Partition Barrier with Window

Nylon and Steel Back Seat Pet Partition Barrier with Window

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Can't keep your pet from climbing into the front seat during car trips? This easy to install nylon and steel partition keeps your pet safely in the back seat and reduces driver distraction. Partition includes window so you can keep an eye on your pet (and give him a better view). Extra partition included to separate back seat passengers from pet. Made in USA of imported materials.

27"H x 21"L x 1/4"W
3.0 (based on 3 customer reviews)

By PugOne
FromMadison Ohio
thought it would work....but
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I thought it would keep my Pug in the back seat. It did keep him from going between the 2 front seats. Unfortunately? he is very smart, & went between the headrest, & the window. I would recommend this to owners of small, less agile or larger dogs.

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By Doggie Mama
FromCumberland, IN
This worked even better than expected!!
Comments about Product:
I was surprised that our Springer Spaniel, who usually tried to get up in the front seat, accepted the barrier and just laid down in the back seat. It was great, made the 14 hour drive much easier.

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By dale the jumper
difficult to apply
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didn't fit chevy impala very tight, dog jumped over the top but did keep him in back for our long ride

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