Canine Covers Pet Door Shields Part #DDS26TP Customer Reviews
12 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Norma W (LAS VEGAS, NM) — Jun 28, 2014 5:41 AM
It was as advertised but doesn't stay where it is supposed to. Had a little trouble getting it installed until I figured it out. It does do the job though. My little dog has really sharp nails and it has stood up well.
Reviewed by Tony T (Lake Forest, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Acura MDX — Jul 05, 2012 3:15 PM
I was looking for a seat protector for my SUV since my black lab's claws have been scratching my doors. I notice Canine covers made door protectors as well. The door protectors work great. They were super easy to install. My lab jumped up once to scratch the door as she barked and the protectors did their job. In fact, she no longer jumps on the door when I the protectors installed. Perhaps she does like the feel of them or, she can't get a grip on the door and slides off. I wish I had bought them earlier.
Reviewed by Janice C. S (North Reading, MA) Reviewed for a 2007 Hyundai Sonata — Nov 20, 2010 12:31 PM
I like the idea of this product. Light weight, easy tabs to insert, BUT here's the problem. I have a 2007 Hyunda and its difficult to place the tabs between the window and door. Space is tiny. Tabs can tend to bunch up. They also do the same if when my canine friend and buts his paws up on arm rest of door, he loves to look out the window and if I open the window a bit, the taps do not stay in place. I know its a "one size fits all" type of product, but is there some way to adhere more securely to car door and still use the window in an up and down position. I remember reading a similar review before I purchased these shields.
Reviewed by Christopher K (Spring Lake, NC) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota Tacoma — Oct 09, 2009 5:29 PM
The only critique I have of this product is that there seems to be a need for a rigid frame around the outer edge. When installed on the rear doors of my '08 Tacoma double-cab, they tend to slide forward and bunch up some. But it's not bad, and they still do a great job of protecting the door cards from out curious Yorkie, Schnauzer, and Maltese!
Reviewed by Karen P (Livonia, MI) — Sep 23, 2008 10:32 AM
I have 2 dogs that love to look out an open window. But their nails are always sliding on the car door interior. This product not only protects the car door, but also seems to stop their nails from sliding, thus keeping them from falling and my doors from being scratched. Great product! I love that you can move it form car to car! Would recommend this product ot everyone.
Reviewed by sheryl w (Rockville, MD) Reviewed for a 2007 Subaru Outback — Apr 25, 2007 5:04 AM
I own a new Subaru Outback and was determined to keep this car as 'new' as possible and that is tough with dogs. I bought liners as well as these door shields. They really do work. I have no issues with putting the windows down and up. They seem to stay in place. Thank you
Reviewed by Judith H (Arab, AL) Reviewed for a 2007 — Jan 18, 2007 7:03 AM
The door shields would not slide down inside the windows of my new car. So I punched holes in the plastic tabs and turned them upward. I bought suction cups that lock on and placed them on the windows. Now I just lock the suction cups in place, slide the canine pet shield plastic pieces over the hooks and let the shields hang down inside the car. Now my doors are protected and my two border collies can ride in the new car. Of course, I bought a back seat cover too and use dog harnesses.
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- Style:26 inch Wide Door Shield
- Part #:DDS26TP