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GMC Terrain Dog Beds

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Kurgo Cargo Cape Reviews


Cargo Area Protection

Reviewed By David B (Simpsonville, SC) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Terrain —12/1/2011 9:29 AM

Had previously purchased a WeatherTech cargo liner but wasn't overly thrilled with it. The rear edge was a tad high for my two labs and their hair would get underneath the liner; especially on the sides. The Kurgo Cargo Cape was a very easy install and I like the fact that it also covers the back of the rear seats and has a zipper in case you need/want to fold one of the seats down. It slides a little towards the rear sometimes when the dogs exit my Terrain, but I also haven't tried to secure it totally with the included velcro strips. Seems to be a good product for the price and I would recommend it to protect your cargo area; especially if you have pets that ride back there.

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Canvasback Custom Cargo Liners Reviews


Wish I got this sooner

Reviewed By Jill O (TELLURIDE, CO) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Tahoe —11/13/2017 8:06 PM

Love this and my only regret was not knowing about this 2 years ago when I got my vehicle! Between 2 huge, hairy and often wet and muddy labs, children, ski gear and ice hockey gear the inside of my vehicle takes a beating. These covers are sure to provide a lot of protection. I love that they are cut to the specifications of the vehicle and that I can easily fold seats up and down.

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Kurgo Backseat Dog Bridge Car Seat Extender Reviews


Works great but...

Reviewed By Marith R (Golden, CO) Reviewed for a 2016 Subaru Outback —10/19/2017 2:24 PM

I used this to keep my two largish dogs supported on a long camping trip. The space underneath was stuffed with gear so no worries about collapsing under their combined 130-pound weight, but I'd be concerned if that space was not filled up because the bridge between front seatback and back seat only overlaps by about 2 inches. It did NOT keep my needy girl from trying to wedge herself into the front seat, but we did compromise on having her head poking forward.

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