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- 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
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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Kurgo Backseat Dog Bridge Car Seat Extender Customer Reviews
31 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Rob D (Shasta Lake, CA) Reviewed for a 2000 Dodge Ram — Sep 13, 2018 9:11 PM
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!
Reviewed by Katie A (SANTA ROSA, CA) Reviewed for a 2016 Acura MDX — Aug 15, 2018 9:33 AM
Reviewed by Nick P (North Hills, CA) Reviewed for a 2014 Kia Soul — May 07, 2018 8:18 PM
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!!!
Reviewed by Marith R (Golden, CO) Reviewed for a 2016 Subaru Outback — Oct 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.