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Old 10-08-2018, 10:18 AM
Doublebass Doublebass is offline
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Default Dog covers for rear seat?

Anybody found a good rear seat cover for your dog?

I'm trying to find something that is relatively easy/quick to install/replace since my pup doesn't ride with me full time.

My Canyon crew cab has a split rear seat (standard on the Canyon?) with the right side being about bucket seat size and the left side being about a bucket and half.

It would be great to find something that just covers one or the other so I can have a kid in back as well.

For now, he gets a big towel which doesn't quite do the job. I used a towel on my 2000 Sierra and when I got the truck cleaned for trade-in the detailer thought I had a rodent living in the back seat crevices!
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Old 11-27-2018, 08:59 AM
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I got the one from GM that is listed for the Canyon. Works fine. You might also look at the one available from WeatherTek
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Old 05-10-2019, 09:34 PM
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The reason I bought my first truck was because I didn't want dog hair all in my wifes car or mine. So the dog's truck is a 2000 Nissan Frontier and he's got full run of that truck and occasionally I clean it the way Bill Murray cleaned his room in CaddyShack. Open the doors on one side and blow all the hair out from the other side with a leaf blower. As far as the new Canyon goes he's never setting foot in there ever again. I bought a dog seat cover, installed it and took him for a ride. He was in that truck for less than an hour and it took me 3 hours to get all the hair out. Never again. If he's going with me I take his truck. Honest Outfitters sells back seat covers on Amazon. Fair price for an outstanding product. They're great covers but some dogs shed too much for any cover especially if you have a black interior.
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Old 05-11-2019, 09:03 AM
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I tried several different things from commercial dog seat covers to king size bed sheets tucked into every crevice to try to keep it in place. My two dogs always managed to get their hair under it all. I eventually bought Cover King "leatherette" seat covers for the truck. They look pretty good, fit well and are much easier to clean. I was actually starting to wear out my seats by vacuuming them all the time. A nice plus is that once installed, there is no taking them on and off for the dogs. Just clean them off when the dog ride is over and they are ready for the grand kids to be the passengers. The cloth GM seats are great dog hair traps! The seat covers were lower priced on Amazon vs the Cover King site.
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