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    1. #1
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      Looking for a Pet seat cover

      This Morning I was looking for a good pet seat cover.
      I was recommended ZPAW pet seat cover. i started to look for this pet seat cover.
      Finally found it on amazon and they had a promotion going in their instagram.


      I just wanted to share this with you pit Owners that like to take them every where like i do..

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      Assuming this is a spammer trying to sell something since only 1 post and it is too tell us how good the seat cover is.

      However I will play along this could be a positive thread. I would love to see everyone's set up and what they do. I know a lot of people do a lot of different things. So show off your pooches ride.

      My last truck I had first a painters tarp for hallways down on the seat. Then I had a seat hammock and also under there I had a bench seat extender. It wasn't bad, it worked. It kept the seats clean but oh man so much hair. When I went to trade in the the truck it had been 6 months since I pulled it out to clean under everything as we were coming off winter. I could have probably weaved another Hemi with the amount of hair under there on the seat. Not to mention in the carpet etc.

      For the new truck actually I got the Orvis Seat cover for Hemi, true to fashion the seat cover is a bit more expensive than most but it is outstanding. You get what you pay for. It has been in there for about 2 months. I pulled it out the other day to clean. Not a single hair on the car seats. It does this by having a rubberized material on the back which keeps it from skidding and sliding around but also wont let hair, water or dirt get through. I have really good floor liners as well that cover the whole back seat. So easy to clean just hit with the vacuum, wipe and go. I was done cleaning out the truck in 10 minutes with the exception of the cover. I pulled out the Orvis seat cover, laid it flat and ran the vacuum over it to get all the hair then threw it in the washing machine and done. Quick snap right back into place. Also so far Orvis is the only one that I have found that offers one large enough to cover a full size truck back seat. Sure its expensive from Orvis but you get what you pay for. The way I look at it, cars, trucks are expensive. Spend the $150-$200 on a great seat cover to protect if from pups paws, nails, oils, water, bodily fluids and what ever else these fuzzy love of our lives brings into it.

      This is the one I got, it is the most expensive as it has windows and such. The have others with other options that are cheaper. Some that just cover the back seat and are not hammocks.
      Windowed Dog Hammock Car Seat Protector / Windowed Hammock Seat Protector -- Orvis


      Then I got this as a back seat extender, it is awesome.
      Dog Travel Accessory / Solid Foam Microfiber Backseat Extender -- Orvis


      It's Hemi tested and Hemi approved




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    4. #3
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      I have the ruffwear seat cover and I love it: Ruffwear Dirtbag™ Seat Cover

      I really like the idea of the seat extender, I might need to get one of those
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      I use one of the thick white hospital bed covers that Fran sent me when Sunnie had her puppies. (with a hammock in the back seat in my SUV and with a rectangular foam mattress in the back of Bob's)

      I think it's "funny" that this person referred to us as pit owners.
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      Jeff - Cassie also approves the Orvis Hammock. We have the older version that is missing the screen portion between the front seats. I love the little side panels that protect the edge of the seat. Notoriously Cassie would cover the edge of the seat in mud or whatever. The cover has held up extremely well.

      I made the mistake of pulling it out one night so I could help friends go pick up a piece of furniture. The dog hair in, around and under the hammock was hysterical. My friend's wife finally moaned and said, "God, I've even got dog hair in my mouth!" She lost the coin toss for shot gun position

      Quote Originally Posted by Jeff View Post
      Assuming this is a spammer trying to sell something since only 1 post and it is too tell us how good the seat cover is.

      However I will play along this could be a positive thread. I would love to see everyone's set up and what they do. I know a lot of people do a lot of different things. So show off your pooches ride.

      My last truck I had first a painters tarp for hallways down on the seat. Then I had a seat hammock and also under there I had a bench seat extender. It wasn't bad, it worked. It kept the seats clean but oh man so much hair. When I went to trade in the the truck it had been 6 months since I pulled it out to clean under everything as we were coming off winter. I could have probably weaved another Hemi with the amount of hair under there on the seat. Not to mention in the carpet etc.

      For the new truck actually I got the Orvis Seat cover for Hemi, true to fashion the seat cover is a bit more expensive than most but it is outstanding. You get what you pay for. It has been in there for about 2 months. I pulled it out the other day to clean. Not a single hair on the car seats. It does this by having a rubberized material on the back which keeps it from skidding and sliding around but also wont let hair, water or dirt get through. I have really good floor liners as well that cover the whole back seat. So easy to clean just hit with the vacuum, wipe and go. I was done cleaning out the truck in 10 minutes with the exception of the cover. I pulled out the Orvis seat cover, laid it flat and ran the vacuum over it to get all the hair then threw it in the washing machine and done. Quick snap right back into place. Also so far Orvis is the only one that I have found that offers one large enough to cover a full size truck back seat. Sure its expensive from Orvis but you get what you pay for. The way I look at it, cars, trucks are expensive. Spend the $150-$200 on a great seat cover to protect if from pups paws, nails, oils, water, bodily fluids and what ever else these fuzzy love of our lives brings into it.

      This is the one I got, it is the most expensive as it has windows and such. The have others with other options that are cheaper. Some that just cover the back seat and are not hammocks.
      Windowed Dog Hammock Car Seat Protector / Windowed Hammock Seat Protector -- Orvis


      Then I got this as a back seat extender, it is awesome.
      Dog Travel Accessory / Solid Foam Microfiber Backseat Extender -- Orvis

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