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Rear seat Pet barrier help!

Discussion in '3rd Gen. Tacomas (2016-2023)' started by nismoz33, Aug 16, 2017.

  1. Aug 16, 2017 at 5:17 AM
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    nismoz33

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    So I have DCSB & am looking for a way to separate the back seat. I have a car seat behind the passenger that will stay in there but want to be able to easily bring my dog places without fear of him getting excited & jumping on the car seat.

    I've been searching for solutions but all I'm finding are gates that separate the front & rear entirely. Does anyone know of a good solution or do I need to fabricate something up? Something like this Travall Divider is what I have in mind but for the portion of the back seat behind the driver.

    https://www.travall.com/en-us/travall-divider
     
  2. Aug 16, 2017 at 5:30 AM
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    I just ordered some dog seat belts for my dog who loves to jump into every seat including mine while im driving. Its basically a leash extension that fits into any car seatbelt socket and you can adjust the length so they can still move around and look out the windows but it stops them from wandering too far. Im not to sure how far it will stop them from moving back and forth in the back but I can let you know when I try it out tonight.
     
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  3. Aug 16, 2017 at 5:32 AM
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    Do you use a harness for your dog then or just a collar?
     
  4. Aug 16, 2017 at 5:35 AM
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    I use a harness because he is a weird dog whose head is smaller than his neck so he can easily get out of a collar lol
     
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  6. Aug 16, 2017 at 9:10 AM
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    why not use the truck bed? I specifically went from an SUV to a truck so that I can take my dogs everywhere and not have to deal with hair in the cabin. it's awesome!
     
  7. Aug 16, 2017 at 9:25 AM
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    Because the bed is for gear and supplies.
     
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    Because you'll piss off PETA if they see your buddy in the bed of the truck.

    Then again you'll piss them off anyways just for simply existing and breathing.
     
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    I have a shell with ample air flow. perfectly legal, and humane. I'm very mindful of temperatures.
     
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    This was more directed towards open bed owners much like myself.

    One of the many pros of having a shell.
     
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    I'm in the same boat, looking to keep the puppy out of the front. I've been looking at a cargo style net from Raingler.
    https://raingler.com
     
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    All the things!
    I second this idea... but primarily for the expertly drafted visual.
     
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    GFC camper shell & truck bed bike mounts added
    We installed one of these for the same reason (but then switched trucks and decided to go a different route). Great quality product. Net is available for sale if you have a 3rd Gen Tacoma.

    Product Name: 2016 - Newer Toyota Tacoma Access Cab / Double Cab Behind Front Seat Barrier Divider Net
    Net color: black
    Stitching color: black
    Product Specs: https://raingler.com/products/2016-...t-barrier-divider?_pos=1&_sid=5e11abe97&_ss=r

    Note: Install kit not included but available at https://raingler.com/products/2016-...d-front-seats-barrier-divider-net-install-kit.

    signal-2023-04-01-104415_003.jpg
     
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    I find the best pet barrier to be the back window . Why anyone would ever even consider putting a dirty smelly shedding slobbery dog inside the passenger area of any vehicle is beyond me .
     
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    Same here. But a harness is probably best, anyway. If there should be an accident you don't want them to be hanged by the neck. We have terriers so it's also good to have them restrained when you open the door to make sure they don't come flying out to chase a squirrel or something.
     
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    Sounds like something wrong with your dog
     
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    Those tethers are a great idea and I always use them. It keeps the dogs and everyone in the car safer.
     
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