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Old 01-23-2021, 06:23 PM #16
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Have a link to what you used? Most look precut
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Thanks for all the input everyone. Truly appreciated.

Unfortunately I don't have the softek seats, cloth for me so his fur sticks like crazy and not really wanting water all over them.

I do think he might have to ride in the back anyways given how big he will get. Don't think he will fit to comfortable in the back seat with my son.
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I have the canvas back "liner" and the 4knines cargo liner... Cover the center console and passenger seat with a sheet and still spend 2 hours vacuuming ceiling to floorboards, cleaning the glass and adding product on all the plastic. (Two DDR GSD's). Get a seat cover and a good vacuum cleaner with all the attachments, maybe a rug shampoo machine again with attachments (probably should have them in the house with a child... I mean puppy, anyway).I have been waiting for three, yes 3 months for a cargo net to partition the driver seats from the cargo area, in an attempt to limit the mess to the cargo area. Will pull all the rear seats in the future to save space. And make it easier to clean. Bottom line, plan on cleaning every time the pup is in the car or deal with the fur and slobber on everything. Just my .02
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One thing that I've found helps is to use high pressure air to blow out as much hair as possible before I try to vacuums
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I have the canvas back "liner" and the 4knines cargo liner... Cover the center console and passenger seat with a sheet and still spend 2 hours vacuuming ceiling to floorboards, cleaning the glass and adding product on all the plastic. (Two DDR GSD's). Get a seat cover and a good vacuum cleaner with all the attachments, maybe a rug shampoo machine again with attachments (probably should have them in the house with a child... I mean puppy, anyway).I have been waiting for three, yes 3 months for a cargo net to partition the driver seats from the cargo area, in an attempt to limit the mess to the cargo area. Will pull all the rear seats in the future to save space. And make it easier to clean. Bottom line, plan on cleaning every time the pup is in the car or deal with the fur and slobber on everything. Just my .02
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I have fully embraced the German shedder life style. When I pick them up from their bath, the furnado is real. Can't bring myself to roll up the windows, so I just clean. Duel coat puppies, times two puppies is four coats of fur.
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I have fully embraced the German shedder life style. When I pick them up from their bath, the furnado is real. Can't bring myself to roll up the windows, so I just clean. Duel coat puppies, times two puppies is four coats of fur.
I don't see my dog shedding as bad at those. Hahaha. I can only imagine the amount of hair that is every where.
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Check out Canvasback cargo liners, they have panels that cover the 2nd row seatbacks as well as the cargo floor, and lots of options if you want to add a flap to protect the rear bumper, the rear hatch plastics, the wheel well plastics, flaps to expose the tie down points, red stitching, etc.
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I have fully embraced the German shedder life style. When I pick them up from their bath, the furnado is real. Can't bring myself to roll up the windows, so I just clean. Duel coat puppies, times two puppies is four coats of fur.
Been there, and i do love the shedders, but.
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Totally agree, I have the Canvasback liners as well and they are great, but my dogs slide around and have a hard time getting a grip while the truck is moving. Definitely a nice covering for the back of the seats, but I really want to add some kind of thin rubber liner to cover that to help the dogs from sliding around everywhere
I'm bumping this as I've come up with an idea I wanted to share. I'm shopping for another Canvasback cargo liner for another vehicle, and I came up with the idea of putting a couple of velcro "hook" strips on the cargo area liner so a dog bed with a fabric bottom would have something to hang onto while the vehicle is in motion. I spoke to Canvasback and they are excellent about custom touches like this, so I'll be going ahead and making the order shortly.

For this application, there's a fold flat 3rd row, so I'm going with 2 velcro hook strips on the driver's side 3rd row seatback only, so a bit less than 1/4 of the cargo floor would be affected, something like what I've marked out with tape in the pic below.

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I've tried most everything, but settled with a plastic crate strapped down in the back. It works better for me than the canvasback type options.

1. My doggy likes it better. She doesn't particularly love car rides, hanging out the window, etc. She just likes laying down and chilling.

2. The crate contains any dog mess. The fur sticks to the crat pad mostly, she drools in there, etc.

3. It allows me to still throw stuff in the back, and keep the stuff and dog separated.

4. It's easy to take the crate out when I need more room, just unstrap the tie downs. I mostly leave it in, though.

5. I also like the idea that she's in her crate if I get hit, or something. Unless it's something tragic, she'll be pretty safe back there, more so than just sitting/standing somewhere in the cabin.

Give it a try.

Also, I just use a large sheet to cover the cargo area, and the middle seat. It's low profile, same color as my interior, and easy to yank out and throw in the washer. Plus, it's cheap. Just another easy option if you won't want to spend canvasback money.

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This is my dog solution


Use wifeís jeep. No dog hair in the 4runner lol

But in reality canvasback would be a good solution

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Pfffh, try having 5 dogs!

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Dog being in a crate in the cargo area is the best and safest option for them. If you don't crate, the best cheap option is one or two moving blankets. Soft, tough, cheap, and easy to clean. Canvasback is nice but way more expensive than a couple moving blankets from harbor freight.
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I have a VERY active and somewhat poorly behaved dog. Jack Russell/Boston terrier mix supposedly. 9 years old and still full of it. He has to be leashed in a vehicle or he will lick every window and jump all over anyone in it while I'm driving. Anyhow when I had my double cab tacoma I used one of the hammock covers and it was fantastic. In the 4Runner I leash him in the back to one of the tie downs and I have the factory plastic liner screwed down to the slide-out tray. Works pretty good and he can stick his head out the back window which he loves.

Your dogs not poorly behaved, heís a Terrier!


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