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03-22-2016 03:07 PM
DaniCh07
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Originally Posted by jjk454ss View Post
Those look really nice
They are awesome. They have seat anchors and a non slip backing so they don't move around. They also come in 2 sizes and 3 different colors. I looked around on amazon at all the different ones and then did one last internet search and these showed up. I wouldn't have chosen any differently. Karma loves it and it does what it is supposed to. It's a win win!
03-22-2016 02:53 PM
jjk454ss
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I have a hammock from 4knines. It is awesome and if you sign up for their mailing list you get $10 off your order. They sell on amazon or though their website: 4Knines | Best Car Seat Covers For Dogs | Pet Car Seat Covers | Dog Seat Covers
Those look really nice
03-22-2016 10:39 AM
DaniCh07 I have a hammock from 4knines. It is awesome and if you sign up for their mailing list you get $10 off your order. They sell on amazon or though their website: 4Knines | Best Car Seat Covers For Dogs | Pet Car Seat Covers | Dog Seat Covers
03-08-2016 08:11 AM
jjk454ss
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I've never really thought of getting a hummock for my dog. Sounds like a great idea and am sure Sammy wouldn't think of chewing the straps, should try it out.
They are great, I just wish I could design th perfect one myself. I've had so many over they ears they all have had pluses and minuses. Can't find the perfect one. Plus I can think of features i can't find in any I would love to see.
03-08-2016 07:39 AM
Annabellam I've never really thought of getting a hummock for my dog. Sounds like a great idea and am sure Sammy wouldn't think of chewing the straps, should try it out.
03-08-2016 07:31 AM
jjk454ss
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I second the kurgo hammock, the only problem I had was that I have fixed rear headrests and the front headrests are a pain to take completely out , so I basically had to wrap the straps around the headrests to fit the hammock, now this did cause my pup to chew the excess dangling straps and yes she did break a couple , but I just tied them together and wrapped around again

She is a little older now and has given up chewing the straps .

Saying all that , I still love the hammock in the back for the dog , it gives her so much more room to lie and stretch out when tired after exercise
Thanks. Speaking of more room, I'm thinking of building something like a box, or 2 boxes then a top to put on the floor so from the back seat all the way to the back of the front seat is one flat surface. Pretty basic, but anyone have pictures or examples if they have done it before?

Edit: like these:

http://www.amazon.com/Petego-Seat-Extender-Inflatable-Platform/dp/B0029TSPLQ
http://www.orvis.com/p/solid-foam-mi...-extender/90xr

I just wonder if a wood/solid one would be better
03-07-2016 11:41 PM
Sheera67 I second the kurgo hammock, the only problem I had was that I have fixed rear headrests and the front headrests are a pain to take completely out , so I basically had to wrap the straps around the headrests to fit the hammock, now this did cause my pup to chew the excess dangling straps and yes she did break a couple , but I just tied them together and wrapped around again

She is a little older now and has given up chewing the straps .

Saying all that , I still love the hammock in the back for the dog , it gives her so much more room to lie and stretch out when tired after exercise
03-07-2016 09:42 AM
cloudpump Whatever you choose, just make sure you get one that's the right size. I measured the width in my truck first. Some companies offer different sizes. I'd say make sure it's waterproof too.
03-07-2016 07:28 AM
jjk454ss
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I have hammocks from Kurgo.com. Very good price, easy to brush off, sturdy. I have one that is two years old and used constantly.
Thanks, I as looking at those al the already. They seem nice, but it's so hard to tell from the pics online and even the reviews sometimes on Amazon.
03-07-2016 06:04 AM
car2ner I have hammocks from Kurgo.com. Very good price, easy to brush off, sturdy. I have one that is two years old and used constantly.
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