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Dog seat cover recommendations

Discussion in '3rd Gen. Tacomas (2016+)' started by raidercraig, Jul 17, 2019.

  1. Jul 17, 2019 at 2:06 PM
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    raidercraig

    raidercraig [OP] Well-Known Member

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    New addition to the family, Doberman. Looking for a seat cover to protect the rear seating area. Any reconditions for large breed dog, web site would be much appreciated. Would like to prevent damage to seats and not have dog hair in cab. Thanks
     
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    Drewdbell

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    SixthSnail

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    Fold the seats down and lay any towel or blanket is best. Nice and comfy

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    Jake91

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    I have this one too.. it’s not waterproof. My dog threw up on it and it took about 15 minutes to go through to the seat.

    Also doesn’t block anything from going into your doors. But if your dog doesn’t get car sick, then it works well.
     
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    EdFlecko

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    Make sure you keep your dogs' nails trimmed too! I use a Dremel with the sandpaper drum accessory on my German Shepherd's toenails every week. Do NOT use the stone type drum - those will get too hot from the grinding and your dog will learn to fight you every time you want to trim his or her nails!

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