Dog gaurd

s_barker@hotmail.co.uk

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After going out in the car there I've realised a dog gaurd won't work. My best option would be an xbrace with a gaurd of some sort cable tied to it or wedged between the seat and brace. Or put the dog in a cage
 

Crackfox

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s_barker said:
After going out in the car there I've realised a dog gaurd won't work. My best option would be an xbrace with a gaurd of some sort cable tied to it or wedged between the seat and brace. Or put the dog in a cage
Not sure on the guard thing. But won't the strength of the boot floor be an issue as well?

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PickleBett

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Dono if you got around this issue but i use a large blanket that covers the full seat and holes for the dogs seat belt in it, i have the auld boy who is a Pomeranian and our pup which is a Cockapoo, the pom casts like no ones buisness and the blanket seems to attract his hair so im lucky that way.
 
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