The Front Seat Net Pet Barrier helps keep your pet from "inviting" himself into the front seat, thus reducing driver distraction and increasing safety. Solvit'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 Solvit'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 just couldn't get this barrier to stand completely flat. We thought after a while of having it attached as instructed it would flatten out and not curve up, but nothing we did worked. It's not sturdy enough for a 9 lb pup to maneuver herself underneath it. I'd like to find out how to return for a refund. Thanks! I gave it a 2 because delivery was prompt.
Be very careful
on Oct 17, 2018
I almost never write reviews and in fairness to the vendor, they say this will not restrain a dog. I wanted to keep my 8 month 65 pound puppy out of the front seat.
It did not last 10 minutes. Worse is that he began to chew the support rods which must be made of bamboo and in picking up the debris, I find I have splinters in my left hand as a result. So small they are hard to get out. I hope the puppy does not have any bad side effects.
So my issue is not that the Barrier is not really a barrier. It is if a puppy gets at it, even for a short while painful splinters for people can result. The puppy seems OK.
on Dec 6, 2018
I'm not able to say anything against it. My dog is still able to put his head through on the sides and stop's him from coming up front. My little boy had chewed through four seat belt straps@ $25. a piece. Money well spent
Buyers beware - This Product is Too flimsy
on Nov 3, 2018
What a waste of money. Advertising misleading. Product is Way too flimsy and bendable — and will NOT prevent dog from climbing right through or bending the frame. I have a Cane Corso and next I knew he’s in the front seat were he bent frame right through.
Purrrrrfect barrier. Really works!
on Oct 18, 2018
Just what I was looking for. Keeps my 3 dogs in the back seat. They use to struggle on who got to stand on the middle console (which I did not like). Now they stay in the back seat and it is so much safer for me to drive without dogs coming to the front of the car. It's an extra bonus that I got it at an awesome price as well.
on Oct 11, 2018
A golden retriever attempted to move up a seat by means of the space between headrest and windows. Would have succeeded had it not been for both those seats being occupied with folks able to push her back. She eventually gave up. We’ll see how this works for a 9 hour drive next month w/ 1 push back person covering both sides!
on Oct 14, 2018
With 3 little dogs always wanting to sit on mom’s lap.... finally my little hybrid type car has a reliable barrier to keep them in the backseat. The little 4 mo boy still cries & tries to get to me but I think he’ll grow out of it. Thank you Chewy, we so appreciate you!
EASY TO USE
on Oct 23, 2018
Had to take my two dogs to the Vet, but they had outgrown their portable carrier. They now weight 92# and 72#, so I ordered this pet barrier and it worked great in the SUV. They laid down and behaved all the way there and back. What a life saver!
Not made for large dogs
on Sep 28, 2018
I was so disappointed with this. It didn't even make it the first trip with my dogs. We have 2 Golden Retrievers and they are able to move right around this or plow through it. We tried several different times to make it work, but each time my dogs were climbing in the front seat. Additionally, the 2 poles that go in the center would not connect so they would not stay in position. After several failed attempts, we ended up having to go buy a sturdy barrier with the bars.
As long as you don’t mind it being askew
on Nov 29, 2018
And if you don’t mind the mesh in your rear view mirror. Otherwise easy and stable. Askew because as seats are slightly declined so is the barrier.