Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan Bucket Seat Cover Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
When your shepard’s riding shotgun, she can wreak serious havoc on your interior. Slobber, claw marks, “accidents”—they all take their toll. And, if these pet-mobility messes make you wanna scream, keep calm, take a deep breath and cover your passenger seat in the Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan Bucket Seat Cover.
Perfect for protecting your passenger seat from the animal ambush, this pet bucket seat cover also keeps your pooch snug and comfortable. Boasting a wear-resistant microsuede top layer and a quilted, pillow-like poly filling, this dog seat cover is both rugged and cozy.
Featuring adjustable straps, quick-release buckles and stretchy corners, the dog bucket seat cover stays snug on your seat and installs in a flash. And after the trip, just remove cover, toss it in your washing machine, reinstall and hit the road. What’s more, Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan backs your Bucket Seat Cover with a 2-year warranty.
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Ed T (NASHVILLE, TN) Reviewed for a 2003 Nissan Pathfinder — Oct 22, 2013 8:09 PM
This is the second cover purchased. It doesn't fit the front seat of this vehicle as it did my Chevy S10 pickup. The flaps on the front side of the cover aren't large enough to encase the seat cushion.
Reviewed by Mark D (Belton, MO) Reviewed for a 2003 Dodge Van — Oct 07, 2012 5:06 PM
If your dog is over 10 or 15 lbs this doesnt work. It will not stay in place. I found a cover at Walmart for 8 dollars that covers more of the seat. It also has a better fastening system. Yes, for 8 dollars a much better cover. Cesar Millan should be ashamed for charging 30 plus dollars for the quality of this cover. I wasted my hard earned money.
Reviewed by AMY J (Westfield, NJ) — Jul 12, 2012 12:13 PM
Am a bit disappointed as it appeared as though this cover would stay in place but is doesn't quite work. The headrest nylon quick release strap is a great feature, the bands/straps that hold it secure to the bottom of the seat work well. The problem is that the foam cylinder (pushed into the seat joint)that is supposed to hold it in place doesn't do the job. It slips and slides and doesn't keep the proper tension to keep all in place. You must also remove the cover for a person to use the seat, otherwise if pulls off.
Reviewed by Douglas L H (Strongsville, OH) Reviewed for a 2011 Hyundai Santa Fe — Jun 24, 2012 8:26 AM
My dog refuses to sit on the cover. He had been sitting on a bath towel,but now sits in the back seat since he won't even try to sit on the cover.He seems to be afraid of it.So it seems to have been a waste of money for me.