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Solvit Front Seat Net Pet Barrier

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Solvit Front Seat Net Pet Barrier

$19.95

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Product Summary:

Solvit™ Front Seat Net Pet Barrier

Keep yourself and your pet safe on drives with the Solvit™ Front Seat Net Pet Barrier, which prevents pets from climbing into the front seat. Featuring a simple, yet smart design, this pet accessory can enhance car safety by reducing driver distraction. Made from micro-mesh material, this pet barrier is claw-proof while also assuring adequate driver visibility.

The Solvit™ Front Seat Net Pet Barrier features a pop-up wire frame in which the net is fitted, thus preventing it from sagging. This also makes the barrier easy to install or uninstall as it simply needs to be snapped into place. It also includes a central support rod, which increases the strength of the net and keeps it in place. Its versatile design can be easily fitted into all vehicles with headrests, and comes with a storage pouch to make it portable and easy to take anywhere you go.

Features:

  • Prevents pets from climbing into the front seat
  • Simple, yet smart design
  • Enhance car safety by reducing driver distraction
  • Made from micro-mesh material
  • Claw-proof
  • Adequate driver visibility
  • Pop-up wire frame
  • Easy to install or uninstall
  • Central support rod increases the strength of the net
  • Versatile design can be easily fitted into all vehicles
Item Specifications:

Dimensions:
32"L x 32"W

Weight:
1.0 lb.

Downloadable Resources
Use & Care GuideFront Seat Net Pet Barrier
Item Number Model Number UPC
497917 62338 891293000675

Product Reviews by Customers

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Well worth it
Works like a champ! Don't even know it's there. Our little 5-pound Papillion manages toi wriggle through, but that's OK--the other three big dogscan't. The only thing is that we accidentally ordered and received two, but only need one.
May 21, 2018
Purchased
3 months ago
Age of Pet (years):
0-2
What is your pet?:
Dog - Large
Not for rowdy dogs
If you have nice, quiet, well mannered dogs, this is a very affordable product to keep them safely in the back seat. However, if you have dogs that become overly excited when you reach the dog park, this is not going to work. Mine went under, over and eventually through this barrier.
May 14, 2017
Easy to install
Easy to install and to use in multi vehicles. I love the mesh venting which allows great airflow for my dogs while keeping them safe
September 11, 2016
Unbelievably bad!
My 2 year old 70 lb. Shephard Greyhound mix managed to break through this device within the time it took for me to have a key cut!She was grinning in the passenger seat. The flimsy plastic stick was totaled, and there was a tear in the screen! Given that the dog in the picture was large I was very disappointed at the result. Buyer beware!
December 22, 2015
Keeps the dogs in the back seat of the truck.
I thought it would be constructed a little bit heavier but it does do the job of keeping our three big dogs in the back seat of the truck.
August 7, 2013
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Why did you choose this?
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for travel
Gary J on May 9, 2017
for RV keep her out of the drivers seat
shelby b on Oct 1, 2015
for travel
Gary J on May 9, 2017
For safety
MELODY S on Jun 19, 2016
for RV keep her out of the drivers seat
shelby b on Oct 1, 2015
So none of my dogs could jump into the front seat while driving. And to protect them from injury.
Susan A on Feb 5, 2015
SO OUR PUPPIES WILL STAY IN BACK OF CAR
MARYANN M on Dec 1, 2014
Perfect for my husband's Toyota Tundra. Very easy to install and remove as needed. Light weight mesh but very sufficient in preventing our dog from lunging onto the console between the seats.
Marianne M on Oct 31, 2014
Less evasive way to keep my dog in back seat
Bonnie C on Apr 21, 2014
Looking to block the dog and the bird from getting each other.
Lela S on Apr 21, 2014
safety for the driver and front seat passenger.
Carol H on Apr 9, 2014
This item makes it safer to drive with my dog in the back seat. I don't have to worry about him jumping in the front as soon as I get out of the truck now either.
CHARITY J on Feb 23, 2014
For safety
MELODY S on Jun 19, 2016
So none of my dogs could jump into the front seat while driving. And to protect them from injury.
Susan A on Feb 5, 2015
How does the net attach to the roof top and seats?
Arlene H on Mar 23, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hello Arlene, we purchased the Solvit Front Seat Net Pet Barrier for use with our German Shepherd puppy we purchased in July. It does NOT attach to the roof top but there are two loops on each side into which a clip can be snapped (like the clip at the end of a leash) and then the clip is attached to a belt like device that fits around the base of the head rest on each of the front seats. You can adjust the height of the barrier by clipping into the lower loop which pulls the barrier up higher. There is also a plastic handle that can be pulled up between the seats to make the barrier fit close to the console between the seats. In our car, Jeep Commander, the lowest loop does not pull the barrier all the way to the roof top but it is 2 or 3 inches below. The barrier has worked extremely well ever since we got our dog. When she was a small puppy we used one of those hammock type covers on the seat so that she wouldn't fall off the front of the seat. Now that she is over 70 pounds she sits on the seat or climbs into the back area. She has never come into the front despite the fact that the barrier is something she could easily dig through if she put her mind to it. I think it was effective for us because it was always there between her and the front seat and she has never had access to the front seat. I'm not sure how it would work for a dog that has been allowed to go in the front.