The PetSafe Happy Ride Dog Barrier helps keep your pet from "inviting" himself into the front seat, thus reducing driver distraction and increasing safety. PetSafe's patented design uses a micro-mesh material which improves driver visibility and is "claw-proof". The netting is attached to a pop-up wire frame which keeps the net from sagging and makes it a snap to install and uninstall. A central support rod increases the net's strength and a Sta-Put device helps hold the net firmly in place. Designed to fit all vehicles with headrests, from sedans to full-size SUVs and comes complete with a storage pouch. The Front Seat Net Barrier works excellent in tandem with PetSafe's Bench Seat Cover or Hammock Seat Cover.
Adjustable suspension system fits all vehicles with headrests.
Claw proof micro-mesh makes it easier to see through than metal tube barriers.
Pop-up wire frame keeps net from sagging.
The barrier acts as a deterrent but is not strong enough to stop a determined dog.
Measures: 32 x 32 inches.
Successful use of the Net Pet Barrier might require some training with your pet. The Barrier acts as a deterrent but is not strong enough to stop a determined dog.
We take our dog everywhere and if we had to leave her in the car for a few minutes (never in the summer or warm weather) she would get in the front seat and destroy anything she could. Very frustrating. Saw this barrier on Chewy, wondered if it would work, bought it, not sure. WOW!!! This barricade solved our very problem. I highly RECOMMEND IT!!!!!!!!!!
on Jan 21, 2020
I used to have the tubular metal car barrier until I just couldn't handle listening to it rattle ALL. THE. TIME. So I decided to try this screen barrier. I LOVE IT!!!! It is lightweight, easy to set up and has an appealing appearance. It doesn't block your rearview or interfere with blindspots. It comes with a nice nylon carrying bag which is nice to store when not needed.
Not worth the money
on Dec 2, 2019
Bought this item to help contain our dogs (boxers) in the backseat. The barrier was difficult to install and never set securely against the back of the front seat. As a result with the first use our male boxer was able to get his head between the barrier and the front seat and became entangled, destroying the barrier in his attempt to free himself. This all happened as I got out of the car to open the back door to let both dogs out, so he wasn’t left unsupervised in the when it happened.
on Nov 18, 2019
If you have a subaru outback its not going to work. Also if you have a big dog! Haha just a day of my dog in car with the net, he pushed through it and bent the plastic center piece. It would probably work great if you have a small dog. Not recommended for large breeds.
Great idea but not for us
on Oct 20, 2019
This has worked pretty well to keep my 50# pup in the back while i was in the car with her however she was smart enough to sneak between the door and seat once. It also wasnt strong enough to hold her back. I didn't see how it happend but the center of it gave way and i found her in the front seat when i came out of the store (inside just long enough to pay for gas). I still recomend it for smaller, mellow, dogs.
Peace of Mind
on Nov 25, 2019
We have 2 large dogs, 1 of which thinks she should be driving our van.
It has definitely worked for us so now both dogs are safely on the floor with no interruptions. Definitely worth a try!
on Sep 18, 2019
My puppy is a chewer. Before we purchased this she would get up in front when we were out of the car. She chewed the knob off the radio and GMC tells us the only remedy is to replace the whole radio. Now she stays in the back seat
Not Worth The Money
on Nov 23, 2019
Horribly designed product i wished i had nit spent my money on. Very flimsy and easily broken
on Aug 22, 2019
We have an18 month old Brittany Spaniel, who is getting stronger & stronger, & insists on helping drive. This has stopped the problem. He is now content on sticking his nose out the window.
on Aug 23, 2019
The idea of this is great but did not deter my feisty Golden Retriever from pushing himself over it to get to the front seat breaking it immediately. Much too flimsy for a strong dog.