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Kurgo Backseat Dog Bridge Car Seat Extender

35 Reviews
$81.99
List Price
$74.95
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Features:
  • Reversible Black and Hampton Sand colors to match vehicle interiors
  • Gives Fido extra room to relax, and creates a barrier to hinder dog from standing on the armrest and getting in the front seat
  • Sturdy, rugged pad that holds up to 100 pounds
  • Cup holder and pocket for storage
  • Universal fit, measures 16"D x 52"W x 1"H; not recommended for spaces greater than 13" from back of seat to seat edge
  • All Kurgo products come with a guaranteed Lifetime Warranty against manufacturer defects
Description:

Big dog in a small backseat—you said you'd cross that bridge when you got to it. Thankfully, the Kurgo Backseat Bridge for dogs closes the gap between your front and rear car seats for you. The Kurgo Backseat Dog Bridge quickly attaches behind your front seats to storage pocket for extra convenience.

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35 Customer Reviews
5 Star
18 (51%)
4 Star
11 (31%)
3 Star
4 (11%)
2 Star
1 (3%)
1 Star
1 (3%)

Our two Labs love it!

Provides extra room for our Labs, and prevents falls into the footwells.
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Posted By Andrew N (Oxford, CT) / July 11, 2019
2008 Dodge Ram
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Chevy Colorado 2016 ext cab

My truck has two useless jump seats where I toss my stuff. The idea was to create a long, smooth, flat surface where Chevy tried to accommodate extra passengers. (a fail for an extended cab.) The useable hard surface of this product is actually 14 inches, not counting the wings. I was counting on 16 inched, but it works anyway. Just not what I expected. It is working great for my needs. Oh, the dog loves it.
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Posted By DEANNA A (MILWAUKEE, WI) / March 26, 2019
2016 Chevy Colorado
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Helped to keep my dog off my floor and out of front seat

My Dog gets scared of road noise and crawls under my seat cover to the floor and gets hair on my carpet. Bridge has stopped him from being able to do that and created more stability for him on the back seat. Would have given 5 stars except nothing is perfect and I want to see how the clips hold up. One critique would be that when front bucket seats are not at even settings with each other the bridge isn't built to like that kind of twist. But if it was it probably wouldn't be a sturdy bridge.
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Posted By susan P (GRAFORD, TX) / January 10, 2019
2016 Chevy Colorado
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Great item.

Fits perfectly in our new Ford Edge.Easy to install. Supports our large dog (74 lbs) easily and provides a gentle barrier for him. Being able to lift up one side is very useful. Also attractive. So far I consider it perfect.
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Posted By Margaret L (Ticaboo, UT) / October 20, 2018
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Helps my old pup!

Overall, I think that this is a decent product. I had to manipulate it slightly to fit my 2002 Nissan Sentra but it works adequately. Now my old lab, Buster, can sit in the back seat comfortably!
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Posted By Rob D (Shasta Lake, CA) / September 13, 2018
2000 Dodge Ram
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Great for my 2 dogs

I have 2 labs and this is perfect to give them more room to lay down on long trips.
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Posted By Katie A (SANTA ROSA, CA) / August 15, 2018
2016 Acura MDX
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Worked great!

Easy installation. Dog loved his private space.
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Posted By Thomas B (MINNEAPOLIS, MN) / August 14, 2018
2018 Ford Edge
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Kurgo Back Seat Bridge

Arrived in good condition and quite quickly! Easy to understand directions even thought very small type for our old eyes! Went in just as it was said. Works great for my 20 lbs pup! I did find the surface a bit to slipper for my dogs nails. I just went to hardware store and bought an 18" x 5' roll of non slip cover. Now with a couple of bull clips at the front corners it stays in place and makes it even better. Sure do recommend it!!!
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Posted By Nick P (North Hills, CA) / May 7, 2018
2014 Kia Soul
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Works great but...

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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Posted By Marith R (Golden, CO) / October 19, 2017
2016 Subaru Outback
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Kurgo Backseat Bridge is what I needed.

The Kurgo Backseat Bridge spans the distance between the back of the front seat and the folding seats in the rear of the extended cab pickup. Our boxer rides at a height he can enjoy the ride. strong enough offer a solid resting area.
Posted By Michael S (PORTSMOUTH, VA) / February 21, 2017
2016 Ford F-150
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Bed in the backseat

Very convenient. Strong. Great for the 2 dogs. They can lay down and sleep while we are traveling!
Posted By John K (MURPHY, NC) / July 3, 2016
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Love it.

Love the back seat bridge. I have a compact truck, but am pretty short so the front seat is up, but plenty of width on the bridge to safely cover the "back seat canyon" for the 2 dogs. Also, plenty of strength for the 40 and 30 pounders on it together.
Posted By Tracy W (Hummelstown, PA) / January 22, 2016
2006 Nissan Frontier
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dfowler

Overall like the product. Only wish the barrier to front seat was a little taller
Posted By Dianne F (KING GEORGE, VA) / May 12, 2014
2008 Jeep Commander
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Center Barrier

The center barrier needs to be higher & more sturdy.
Posted By Ralph F (AUSTIN, TX) / April 17, 2014
2013 Dodge Ram
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Fabulous product and my dog is very happy

Easy to install, well-designed product, which fits well in my Subaru Forester. My Norwich Terrier (20 pounds) loves having room to move without fear of falling and does not even mind the barrier between the two seats (which is a blessing for the driver).
Posted By Rebecca K (NEW YORK, NY) / March 14, 2014
2007 Subaru Forester
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backseat bridge

Only works for my rottie if boxes or something sturdy are placed under the bridge otherwise it collapses with her weight. Wish it came with some kind of frame underneath so this didn't happen.
Posted By Cheryl S (Colorado Springs, CO) / August 4, 2013
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Well made but a little short

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.
Posted By James T (FACTORYVILLE, PA) / June 30, 2013
2010 Subaru Forester
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back seat bridge

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
Posted By jack h (astoria, OR) / April 23, 2013
2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser
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It works well!

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.
Posted By Danielle M (LIVERPOOL, NY) / February 28, 2013
2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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Tahoe Backseat Bridge

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.
Posted By Thomas C (SYRACUSE, NY) / January 2, 2013
2009 Chevy Tahoe
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Great product!!!!

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.
Posted By Christine S (Sandy, OR) / December 28, 2012
2011 Subaru Forester
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Nice, but won't fit SUV

Unfortunately, this item will not fit my SUV. Nice item, but not really a universal fit.
Posted By Katherine K H (SALEM, OR) / December 16, 2012
2004 Ford Expedition
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Works Great

The Kurgo Backseat Bridge works very will. We have three Greyhounds - and this gives them just enough more room to be comfortable. As a plus it also folds for passengers.
Posted By Richard N (MUNCIE, IN) / October 13, 2012
2004 Volkswagen Touareg
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Easy to use

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
Posted By steven l (PLEASANT PRAIRIE, WI) / August 7, 2012
2012 Hyundai Santa Fe
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Dogs Love It

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.
Posted By Donna S (Omaha, NE) / June 25, 2012
2007 Ford Edge
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