Product Description: RabbitGoo Dog Car Net Barrier.
First, let’s talk about how the manufacturer describes this item:
- This dog net barrier keeps your dogs and kids safely sitting in the back seat. No more worry about them breaking into the front seat while driving. Make you feel much safer when driving and also ensure the safety of your pets and kids during the trip. Spend less time cleaning up after the ride
- Not just a barrier! It can also be a storage net to store bottles, umbrellas, tissue, books and other small objects. Make stuff stay firmly and not fall out when driving. A practical and effective way to keep your car clean as well as keep your necessities reachable
- Made of polyester stretchy cords and sturdy metal hooks. Compared with single stretchy cords and plastic hooks, this pet barrier is stronger to offer longer-term use. We upgrade the size of the hooks to make them large enough to fit most of the sidebars and the bottom of the car’s seats
- With its high elastic and strong flexibility, the barrier is easily customized in width and height to fit your backseat area. It can be extended to the full length of 27.9″ and the width of 25.2″. Easily adjusted and large enough to fit most SUVs, vans, jeeps & hatchbacks. Convenient for quick removal and storage
- Just simply clip the big hooks to sidebars and clip the small hooks to the bottom, stretching the bungee cords as much as you can. No tools required and no noise. The whole process is very fast and one person can work well
Price: Around $14 with S&H
RabbitGoo Dog Car Net Barrier Review:
This barrier is supposed to keep me in the back seat. Well let me tell you something, I’m a 20lb dog, but I’m kind of short, and a barrier that is only as tall as the headrests in a car is not going to stop me. I’d say that barrier lasted five minutes before I figured out how to hop over it. Then I just kept hopping over it as I pleased for the rest of the ride. Sure, mom tried keeping her elbow up so I couldn’t hope over, but it only resulted in me clawing my way over, causing her a few bruises and probably a little unsafe driving.
If your dog is too small to hop over, this is a cheap way to keep them in the back seat. If they’re too big to fit over, this might work too (unless they think they’re a lap dog like me). I’m very attached to the front seat, and no way, no how was this thing holding me back.
Even better, the first day mom tried to leave me alone in the car with it to get some groceries, I surprised her by devouring one of the buckles and chewing one of the very thin nylon straps in half.
No way she’s getting that baby back on! Looks like it’s the front seat for me from now on. Unless she decides to try something more like this:
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