Pet Barrier (K9)

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    Snoooooooooooots!!!

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    Cute dogs, wonder if that would work for my wife??????????
     
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    Anyone have a pet barrier?
     
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    I made one for my 2011, out of 1/2 inch pvc pipe . It has arms that hook into the cargo hooks at the rear of the vehicle. Best 20 bucks I ever spent. the cheapeset one I found at petsmart was 80 bucks and attached to the vehicle like a shower curtain rod, don't waste your money. Just my 2 cents!!!
     
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    search threads from hundhaus
    he has had some nice setups

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    I took a large dog crate and jammed it in the back, keep in mind I have a 2005 model. It scratches up the upper corner plastic a little bit but meh. Fits nice and snug and keeps them as safe as possible.
     
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    I've used this model on the previous generation Tahoe with a second row bench seat. It attaches to the headrests and the black part of it is pretty secure. Now, the silver extensions aren't the best. The plastic pieces that tighten to hold the extensions will probably eventually break. I haven't tested it with small dogs, but even with the extensions removed, it keeps a larger dog in the back, although they will be able to poke their head through to the side of the headrest.

    The only wear on the vehicle that I've noticed is on the plastic piece where the middle passenger shoulder strap comes out. It is minor and much less noticeable than the damage I've seen on amateur and professional (police/K9) barriers. For the $60-70 I paid, I'm completely satisfied.
     

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