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Old 08-25-2007, 12:13 PM   #1
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Anyone know of a company who makes seat covers that will fit on the rear seat. I wanna protect the leather from my dog, 70lb German Shepard/pit bull mix. He is really good sitting still cause he knows I'll "kill" him if he jumps around on it. But I want him to be able to ride comfortably and not have to be soooo carefull.
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looks like you will have to home make them. I can see wrapping it pretty easy with a blanket since our rear seat comes out easy.
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Go to Petco and get the fake white wool dog pad with the rubber backing. It won't slide around. When you don't have the dog, throw it in the trunk. I have this in both cars. It'* big enough to cover the entire rear seat bottom.
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I'll check that out. I just need something to protect it that will stay covering it when he is in the back, and that I can remove easily/quickly. He'* in there when its the only way I can transport him or if the GF and I take a longer trip and the Bonne is a must for the drive(which is everytime, awesome road trippin cars! ) Miss my 2dr Yukon for this reason. It was my mobile kennal...
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Granted my Boxer doesn't shed much hair, but imagine how much hair your dog will put on a cover. Covers aren't easily removed, either.

This one, I just put in the dryer on air dry with a couple dryer sheets to get the dog hair out about once a month.
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