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Today I’m continuing my review of dog products with the Backseat Barrier Pet Protector. How many times have you seen or experienced a dog bouncing back and forth from the frontseat to the backseat of a car? Hundreds of times maybe? Well, if you happen to own an active dog who thinks the inside of your car is his personal playground then the Backseat Barrier Pet Protector might be the dog product for you.
Straight from Amazons website:
A dog moving around freely about the car is a safety hazard for the driver, passengers and other dogs. The Backseat Barrier Pet Protector keeps everyone safe by creating a strong wall between the front and back seats of the car. This wall keeps your dog safely in the backseat when the car stops quickly and restricts excited pups from moving between the front and back seats of the vehicle. The Backseat Barrier Pet Protector also has an extra partition, which separates passengers from dogs in the backseat. Great for long trips, or just traveling around town. Benefits: Protects dog from launching forward during quick stops. Protects passengers and cargo from roaming dogs. No need to remove when passengers ride in backseat. Front seat stays clean of dog hair. Universal fit for most vehicles from a compact to a SUV. Simple installation / removal (and looks good enough to make it permanent). Dimensions: Package: 7w x 14h x 3d. Universal fit for most vehicles. Materials: 600 D Nylon. Ultrasuede. Color: Black with Tan Details.
My parents own a little yellow terrier that I swear has springs on the bottom of his feet. This barrier would be perfect anytime they take him on a car ride. Lucky for me, my two dogs are very well behaved and either wear a seatbelt or ride on the passenger side floorboards. I may purchase this one for my parents this holiday season and if so I’ll be sure to have them write a more comprehensive review.
Are you interested in this dog product? Do you already own a Backseat Barrier Pet? I’d love to hear what you have to say?