6 Bar Tubular Barrier
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Midwest Model 11 6 Bar Tubular Pet Barrier adjusts from 34" to 65" wide and 30" to 55" high. Features 1/2" and Black Electro-Coat finish.
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Marty T.
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Rating: 3

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posted 5 years ago

I would prefer keeping the dog in a crate if you are attempting to keep your dog safe. Your dog can still be thrown around the car should you get into an accident. Also, the dog's neck can get caught between the bars if it is attempting to reach something in the rear seat.

Pros: Will keep dog in back of vehicle

Cons: Does not keep dog safe if an accident occurs

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Cchase54
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Rating: 5

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posted 6 years ago

This is a great idea for large dogs. Kepps them from interferring with your driving. However, they do not fit all vehicles.

Pros: safe, durable

Cons: doesn't fit all vehicles

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