|Material||Metal||Metal, Natural Fabric, Coated Metal||Metal, Synthetic Fabric, Steel, Mesh||Metal, Steel||Natural Fabric, Cotton, Canvas|
|Breed Size||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||All Breeds||All Breeds||All Breeds||All Breeds|
|Features||Adjustable Height||Collapsible, Pockets, Water-resistant||—||—||Seat Belt Loop|
|Small Pet Type||—||—||—||—||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla...|
Bought this to protect my car from the dogs ‘breaching’ the back of my ford explorer, and am pleased to say it didn’t disappoint, it’s sturdy and fits well to keep them from getting into the main area of my vehicle. A good all round purchase and easy to install
We guessed that our Ford Flex was closest to an SUV category but our 43 lb. border collie mix was so determined to get in the front passenger seat, she was able to squeeze/wiggle thru the space between the right edge of the Barrier and the side edge of the car!
Arrived slightly damaged, but with the careful use of a hammer I was able to straighten out the part that arrived bent and it is nearly impossible to install by yourself- but once in place it does very well
The metal is too flimsy to keep a 30 pound dog in the back of the vehicle. It is wiser to buy a custom made barrier from the car dealer or just use a crate in the car.
Failed after two. Chewy replaced barrier and another repeated failure 20 minutes into trip. Took reviewer suggestion to beef up headrest with zip ties pulled over dismantle barrier for everyone safety-now free range in car with blankets- dog win
We have a GS that's going through chemo. He's always been perfect getting in and out of the car until I took him for bloodwork to our Vet. City was working on culverts that day at the entrance. The beeping, lights flashing and such was not his cup of tea. Trips for chemo became a challenge of getting him out of the car (SUV). Using this dog barrier has made it so much easier getting him out as he can't get to the front seat. It's no longer a struggle/cat and mouse game with him. He knows he needs to get out and there's no longer an issue.
Great idea but doesn’t sit flush against car seats and was easy for our dog to bust out
The Pawple Dog barrier appears to be sturdy, well made, and it is reasonably priced. It is quiet, no rattles, and fits well in my 2010 Toyota Rav 4. So far, we are very pleased.
Perfect solution and so far has even held up against an enthusiastic English Springer Spaniel and a Foxhound. Definitely need zip ties to reinforce where you can on the back headrests and middle seatbelt hook. Has totally and positively changed how I safely transport my dogs.
Very easy to install in my SUV. I have an anxious rescue who will work his way all the way to the front seat. He did manage to get one of the straps and chewed through it in a 30 min drive to the vet. Unfortunately I won’t be able to remove the barrier now as the strap now isn’t long enough to re-secure it. I presume the strap isn’t sold separately and I’d have to buy a whole new unit.