Kurgo Backseat Bridge Customer Reviews
20 Customer Reviews
Big dog in a small backseat—you said you'd cross that bridge when you got to it. Thankfully, the Kurgo Backseat Bridge closes the gap between your front and rear seats for you.
The Kurgo Backseat Bridge quickly attaches behind your front seats to extend the length of your rear seat—thereby adding extra room for your furry friend. And, it doesn’t matter if your tail-waggin' pal is a tiny lap dog or a large breed, thanks to the thick 600d Polyester with TPE backing, the backseat bridge is strong enough to support canines of all sizes.
Plus, your car seat extender also works as a backseat barrier thanks to its folding barricade. It safely blocks Fido from roaming into the front seat or clawing at your center consol. And, the barrier features a cup holder and an additional storage pocket for extra convenience.
The bridge's universal design measures 23" W x 52" L and is reversible—choose to display the black or khaki side. What's more, the Kurgo Backseat Bridge carries a 1-year warranty.
20 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by James T (FACTORYVILLE, PA) Reviewed for a 2010 Subaru Forester — Jun 30, 2013 12:35 AM
This product seems to be well made. The bridge portion is sturdy. It is easy to install. My only complaint is the bridge pieces are a little short. If the front seats are forward for short people, the bridge barely catches on the back seat.
Reviewed by jack h (astoria, OR) Reviewed for a 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser — Apr 23, 2013 1:36 PM
I have installed one in the back seat of my PT cruzer , it is working great for the smaller dogs and haven't had any problems with it yet , I am concerned about it and my golden retriever she's a big girl, in the cruzer its a short span but I have held off installing the one I bought for the truck i'm thinking the span is to wide and is a little under engineered for the truck and my Maggie,, thinking about getting a different design for the truck, I should have given it a better rating it's ok
Reviewed by Danielle M (LIVERPOOL, NY) Reviewed for a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee — Feb 28, 2013 6:10 AM
It works just - like it's shown in the picture, except my husband and I are tall, so our seats are back further. It catches hair too, which is a nice bonus! Our boy is 103ish pounds and there's no problem.
Reviewed by Thomas C (SYRACUSE, NY) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Tahoe — Jan 02, 2013 5:53 AM
Works very well so far, out little pooch is 50lbs right now and it holds up well. She is still growing and hope it holds her when she reaches 90lbs. Included PetEgo Hammock Seat Protector by Motor Trend, combination works well.
Reviewed by Christine S (Sandy, OR) Reviewed for a 2011 Subaru Forester — Dec 28, 2012 12:31 PM
I bought this backseat Bridge for my Bosco. He has bad legs and hips, but loves to go for rides. I was always worried about him falling on the floor and hurting himself. With the backseat bridge, I don't worry anymore. Bosco is 100 lbs and it holds him up and he has more room to lie down plus he wont fly to the front seat when I hit the breaks. It was easy to hook up. I love this product and well worth the price. And I will pass the word out about the backseat bridge. GREAT Idea and product.
Reviewed by steven l (PLEASANT PRAIRIE, WI) Reviewed for a 2012 Hyundai Santa Fe — Aug 07, 2012 8:44 PM
I used to stack suit cases on my floor boards between the back seat and the front seat in my Silverado. Then, I would lay blankets down over them to fill the voids and make it safe for my 2 Labs. Last thing we want on a trip (or ever) is a boken leg or pulled tendons because the dogs got stuck falling off the seat. The Backseat Bridge seems to work very well at filling the void. Easy to set up and remove. Time will tell how long it will last so I can not comment on that just yet. Bottom line, decent looking toy for a decent price. Steve L. Wisconsin
Reviewed by Donna S (Omaha, NE) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford Edge — Jun 25, 2012 8:35 PM
My only complaint with it is that on my Ford Edge the air conditioning going to the back seat is in the console and can not use the center piece. Would be nice if that piece was velcroed or removeable. My other thing is where the straps connect in centers they need to be in different locations and longer.