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Guardian Gear Dog Hammock Seat Cover


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Guardian Gear Dog Hammock Seat Cover


Buy 2 or more, each at $58.49
Buy 3 or more, each at $57.19

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Shipping weight = 3.86 lbs.

Product Summary:

Guardian Gear® Dog Hammock Car Seat Cover

The Guardian Gear Car Seat Cover easily attaches to most vehicle seats to protect the upholstery and reduce the need for costly cleanings. Hammock style design fully covers the back seat, the floor area and the back of the front seats.
  • Constructed from black, heavy-duty, scratch-resistant polyester
  • Attaches to seats with bungee cords
  • Cover unzips to allow a passenger to sit alongside pet
  • Machine washable; wash cold on gentle cycle. Lay flat to dry
Item Specifications:

63"L x 57"W

Fitting Instructions:

Guardian Gear Hammock Car Seat Covers install easily into most cars or SUVs that have front and rear headrests.
  1. 1. Place cover on rear seat, so that large grommets face front of vehicle. (Tip: bungee cords may be double-wrapped for a tighter fit.)
  2. 2. Wrap bungee cords around rear seat headrests, placing the bungee hooks into the smaller grommets.
  3. 3. Anchor the cover to the floor or under the seat using side grommets and remaining bungee cords. (Tip: for a fit that best suits your vehicle, make adjustments using various grommets.)

Product Reviews by Customers

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I chose this because of the style but found the straps to hold around head rests did not fit the back seat head rests and also the straps became unattached when my young lab bounced around back there.
BETH S on Apr 29, 2016