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Mesh backseat divider for Crew Max?

I have a 2014 CM and will be taking a long 12 hour drive with my dogs in the back seat. Does anyone know of a divider I can use to separate the front and back seats? I was thinking like a large mesh net or something. Hopefully someone has done it before or has any suggestions. I just want to keep them from coming up to the front in case something happens, plus to keep drool off of my console.


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Plush Paws has an XL seat cover hammock that would block them from climbing up into the front seat. That said it also comes with harnesses and seat belts and thats really the best way to protect your pet in an accident.

Took awhile to get them used to it but now my Boxers don't mind wearing their harness belts on road trips. Safest thing for them.

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Plush Paws has an XL seat cover hammock that would block them from climbing up into the front seat. That said it also comes with harnesses and seat belts and thats really the best way to protect your pet in an accident.

Took awhile to get them used to it but now my Boxers don't mind wearing their harness belts on road trips. Safest thing for them.

https://plushpawsproducts.com/produc...r-regular-grey
Thank you. I forgot to mention that I remove the back seats totally. I have two large male Greyhounds. Its the only way they can get comfortable.

Thank you though for the suggestion!
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