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Outward Hound Kyjen 21004 PupStop Front Seat Barrier Dog Auto Seat Barrier, Large, Black

3.8 out of 5 stars 181 customer reviews
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  • Creates a barrier to keep dogs safely in the back seat
  • Adjustable straps to fit most automobiles
  • Padded back and bottom provide comfort and support
  • Easy to install and folds flat when not in use
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Product Description

Keep your pup safely in the back seat during drives with the Outward Hound PupStop Barrier. Explore new ground with Outward Hound Gear! Our high-quality performance gear will keep your pup safely equipped for every new adventure!

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 51 x 28 x 0.8 inches ; 6.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0081XICG2
  • Item model number: 21004
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (181 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #84,399 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)

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I have a large, (80 pound) spoiled dog who thinks he's a lap dog. He also thinks he needs to go everywhere I go. After I sold my Ford Explorer and bought a Jeep Wrangler, I had a hard time keeping him in the back cargo area. Fighting to keep him in the back while driving was just too dangerous, so he had to stay home. I was cautiously optimistic when I found this product on the internet. I liked the idea of a non-adhesive, non-permanent mount, but I was concerned about how it might fit on my seats, which are high buckets and do not have a headrest that raise and lowers. The price was right (compared to $60.00 net barriers), so I took a chance.

I received the barrier today. It took no more than 5 minutes to install. Very simple installation with quick release connectors. Sturdy material and straps. It flexes with the seats to accomodate varying seat positions. I will probably leave it installed most of the time, but it would take about 2 seconds to pull it up over the seats to remove it without even unhooking the straps. The straps are plenty long enough to go around a non-adjustable head rest. Our maiden voyage went very well. Puppy stood with his head looking over the top of the barrier for about a block, then he laid down. The barrier is long--down to the bottom cushion of the seat. It would not be easily climbed over or tunneled under.

Very effective. Best $6.00 I have spent in quite a while. Exactly what I needed.
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Our very determined 80 pound lab mix was happy enough to sit in the back seat of our sedan and just hang his head over the barrier to keep us company. That was fine and made for safer driving. However, one evening we left him alone in the car but within sight of us for about 2 minutes. In that time, he vaulted over the barrier and ripped the straps off of one side of the barrier.

It was a good experiment, and not too pricey, but if you are going to leave your dog alone in the car at all, unfasten the buckles to let your dog come into the front seat without destroying the barrier.
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I was looking for a barrier and there are a lot of them out there. They all looked like they would do the job so I decided to start with the cheapest one. The barrier is neither flimsy not heavy duty. Smaller dogs and particularly persistent dogs can find a way under the barrier. If you have a four door car (which I don't) the straps could probably be tightened up to keep them from crawling under. Its short enough that really big dogs can try to climb over (including an 80 pound Great Dane puppy). I don't think they could make it over but it causes a big enough commotion that driving wouldn't be safe.

Not bad overall. I paid about $13 with shipping but it is worth about $15.
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This is a quality product. It's genuinely easy to install, and provides an effective way to keep your pets in the back seat. It works for both our Golden Retriever and rescued mutt with containment phobia.
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It works somewhat, it's small and it looks nothing like the picture. In the photo is looks like the barrier hugs the seat and is somewhat V-shaped. The actual barrier is a very small rectangle and would not stop a jumper or stubborn pup.
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More products should be like this. I paid about $4.00+ for it and it is perfect for us. I have 2 dalmations that I put in the back seat when I take them to the vet or to the park or wherever. They always want to be right beside me and one or the other would come thru the two front bucket seats of the truck and want to sit on the console there. Well this was not safe because with every braking, or acceleration after stoplights, they would slide around or fall....distracting my attention from the road! This barrier installs easily and quickly between the two seats, and prevents them from coming into the front of the vehicle. It also is removed easily, although I keep it installed most all the time. Great product, great price!
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I really like the idea of this but it just doesn't work for my dog. I think it's a combination of me having a 2 door car, so the front seats are really close to the backseat which very easy for my small dog to leap across without any challenge, and a tiny dog who is 12 pounds and can easily jump on our bed, so he can easily jump over this. It's easy to install quickly (my husband installed it in just a few minutes) but it takes about as much time for my dog to jump over, which is dangerous when you're driving. Maybe this will work for other cars or bigger dogs but it just didn't work out for me.

Edited to add: I just wanted to mention that it looks nothing like the picture, either. It's about the size of one of those cloth restaurant napkins. It's a small rectangle that barely covers the middle between the seats. You also must have detachable headrests for this to work. I think if I trained my dog to stay behind it, it would work. But I don't have the patience or the time to do that right now since we're going on a trip soon, so I'm getting him a seatbelt instead.
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I put this in a PT Cruiser and it fit nicely. We have Cavalier King Charles Spaniels and had two of them in the backseat. One of them stood up on it a couple of times, then gave up. Our other one, when realizing she couldn't get over it, tried her mightiest to get up front through the bottom. Had I been driving by myself she would probably have been able to squeeze through. My sister was able to push her back. She then went under the seat and ended up by my feet. I pulled over and ended up letting her stay in the front since I thought it was much too dangerous to have her coming up by the drivers feet.

So, I think it works okay, but if you have a very persistent dog, they will probably still find a way to get up front. I think I will go back to harnesses and seatbelt clips.
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