Reviewed By Troy H (Atlanta, GA) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Sienna —8/16/2016 1:53 PM
If they only supplied a method to tuck in the front bottom, it would be 5 stars. I used several small bungees to make do.
Reviewed By Carolyn O (PORTLAND, OR) Reviewed for a 2013 Honda CR-V —4/25/2016 3:24 PM
I have contacted the mfg regarding these flaws. As I can see in your photo, there is a area on the side of each seat that is not covered. I have two big dogs, a medium dog and a sometimes granddad. There is no reason for this uncovered area except design. Also, the seat covers slide around on the leather seats. On the side of each seat designed into my Honda CRA, there is a loop on each side. If the mfg had provide a strap to go thru this loop, the seat covers would not slide around.
Lobo sang about the Georgia clay sticking to the tires and the wheat fields of St. Paul and just how great it was to be a free man—just “me and you and a dog named Boo” we're the words he so eloquently sang. The real question is, 'Did the red clay tracks from ol’ Boo leave him and his old lady feeling blue?' Well there really is no need to worry these days since dog seat covers are all the rage with pet owners who enjoy driving in their country but won’t tolerate the toll it takes on their vehicle’s interior.
When Depeche Mode sang, “I’m taking a ride with my best friend,” do you think they meant them and their dog Boo? Do you think Martin Gore would be willing to risk a tear in that luxurious leather interior just so Fido could accompany him on his tour bus? What he needs, and what you need because you love both your vehicle and your furry best friend, is a great set of pet seat covers.
Check out this quick how-to guide for installing seat covers. They're a lot easier to install than you might imagine.