Kurgo Car Door Guard Customer Reviews
30 Customer Reviews
Put a dog in a car and what does it do first? Scampers right to the window, of course. But just looking out the window isn't enough for most Fidos. They insist on practicing their hole-digging skills right on your door panel, leaving behind scratches, gouges and plenty of dried drool. Fend off the foul effects of your best friend's fanaticism with the Kurgo Car Door Guard.
There's nothing crazy at play with the Kurgo Door Guard. It mounts right between your window and doorframe with non-destructive tabs, forming a barrier between your Bichon Frise and your interior. That's all it takes. Once in place, it bears the beating so your cockpit doesn't have to. And, it's made from rugged, waterproof fabric to take whatever your dog can dish up.
Best of all, the Kurgo Door Guard is completely universal. You can adjust the width between 23" to 28" for bigger or smaller doors, and it drapes down 18". Plus, it's equipped with a large storage pocket that's perfect for holding biscuits, bones and balls. And, it comes with a 1-year warranty.
30 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Kimberly B (Naperville, IL) — Jun 04, 2014 6:51 AM
We are able to use the adjustable door guards in both our Trail Blazer and Ford escape. Our pup is a drooler and is kept in a seatbelt harness for safety. He loves to look out the window so the guards save our doors.
Reviewed by william z (CARLSBAD, CA) — Jun 02, 2014 10:26 PM
The door guard is well made and very durable the only problem is the tabs that hold the guard in place. The tabs are a bit to short along with the angle due to the way they are sewed to the fabric, you need to keep pushing them back down and into place if you lower and then raise the windows. But for the price they are a pretty good deal, they have saved the surface of the door finish from my dogs paws.
Reviewed by Barbara T (HUTCHINSON, MN) Reviewed for a 2014 Chevy Silverado — Apr 19, 2014 1:55 AM
My Golden likes to put her paws everywhere...to see better, of course! So, these door guards are the ticket as they fit well in the back windows of my Silverado ( double cab) I also have the Kurgo bench seat cover in her area, too. Nice safe and comfortable area for her to be a busy body protected from paws..dirty or clean.
Reviewed by James S (Clifton Park, NY) — Apr 17, 2014 5:15 PM
Needed to trim the rear tabs to fit the windows in my Wrangler Unlimited. I purchased some sticky back felt at the hardware store (the stuff people put on the bottom of lamps etc. to protect their furniture) and put it on the tabs next to the windows to protect the film tint from scratching. It seems to do the job and I can open and close the rear windows a few inches to give the dogs some air without the covers coming loose. Time will tell.
Reviewed by robert r (maynard, MA) Reviewed for a 2014 Nissan Rogue — Apr 16, 2014 6:34 AM
i love these cause they keep my dogs from getting my doors and windows from getting scratched and dirty and they don"t allow the small dogs scotties and westie from standing on the electric buttons and they keep the dogs in check.glad i found them and now a happy camper!
Reviewed by Peter V (RIVERSIDE, RI) Reviewed for a 2013 Dodge Ram — Mar 01, 2014 5:59 AM
Got these for the back doors on a 2013 ram quad cab - very poor fit. The window becomes inoperable and they end up falling out after the dog stands on them. They would work great on a full sized door but should not be advertised as fitting on the smaller truck doors!
Reviewed by Adam D (NEWPORT, RI) Reviewed for a 2011 Dodge Durango — Feb 26, 2014 12:33 PM
I bought these guards for my '11 Dodge Durango. They are great quality for the price. Heavy canvas and rubber. There is a plastic strip that slides between window and rubber seal to hold it in place so you can't use the windows with these in place.