Kurgo Backseat Pet Barrier Customer Reviews
47 Customer Reviews
What do you do if Fido keeps jumping into the front passenger seat without calling shotgun? Install the Kurgo Backseat Pet Barrier to keep your 4-legged friend – and all his fur and slobber – safely in the backseat.
Crafted from tough, stylish cloth, the Kurgo pet barrier creates an impenetrable wall between the front and rear seats. Even better, there's a built-in cupholder for extra convenience. And, when Fido isn't coming along for the ride, simply unzip the detachable mesh extension to give your passengers a clear view.
The Kurgo Backseat Pet Barrier is designed to easily install in most compacts and SUVs. As an added bonus, the barrier's storage bag doubles as a doggy bag dispenser or pet gear bag. What's more, the Kurgo Backseat Pet Barrier is backed by a Lifetime Warranty.
47 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by sabine r (MESQUITE, NV) Reviewed for a 2007 Dodge Durango — Jun 09, 2014 4:39 PM
we are very pleased with our pet barrier, and our puppies don't seam to mind it, especially with the little see through window. The price was great and the quality is excellent. Thanks, for giving me back my front seat !
Reviewed by Jennifer H (Mechanicsville, VA) Reviewed for a 2002 Chrysler Sebring — May 11, 2014 2:16 PM
Much care and thought went into this product. I was very excited when I got it, albeit a little confused as to how to attach it. Then I realized it was not going to work as I only had two doors, and it is for a four door vehicle. I did not realize this when I purchased it. I will need to return it. Please advise me how to accomplish this.
Reviewed by David S (East Boston, MA) Reviewed for a 2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee — Feb 19, 2014 5:47 AM
I read the other mixed reviews but saw the picture of the installed pet barrier and decided to give it a try. It installs pretty easily (you may want to make sure your head rests come off before purchase) but doesn't have as tight a fit as I would like. That being said, it keeps my two small dogs in the back when I'm running errands and it only cost about $35.
Reviewed by Amy W (PORTLAND, OR) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Prius — Jan 19, 2014 11:51 AM
It was fairly easy to install and blocks my Border Collie from jumping in front, getting mud on my console and seats, or stealing my lunch if I run in somewhere. I wish it were higher and reached the roof to more effectively block my Italian greyhound; however, to be fair, she has not jumped over it yet. I think the dogs like the cozy "den" the barrier creates in my hatchback with the back seats down. All in all, I am very happy with this purchase.
Reviewed by PETE O (Eureka, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Honda Pilot — Aug 23, 2013 9:17 AM
Instructions are quite vague and it's a nightmare to install. The wife and I both made attempts at setting it up but we failed. Maybe someday we'll get it done, if we get a little more patience.
Reviewed by Carmelita K (VESTAL, NY) Reviewed for a 2012 Honda Accord — Jul 20, 2013 8:02 AM
My 9 year old rambunctious Keeshond finally stays in the back seat thanks to the Kurgo Backseat Barrier. She even stayed in the back when I had a donut drive through stop. I should have purchased a barrier years ago. The barrier would have been a little easier to install if the smaller of the two rings were a little larger. My 2012 Honda's head post pole was a tight fit in the small ring but it did work with some maneuvering. Instructions were good. I definitely recommend the barrier.