Install this mesh-style vehicle pet barrier in the rear of many different vehicles to keep your four-legged friend in the back. The mesh pet barrier is easy to install and even easier to take out.
The bottom rubber "cups" are the base of the vehicle pet barrier and the finger tip adjustments bring the mesh part of the barrier up to the top of your seats. Once secured, adjusting the width is as simple as turning a couple plastic knobs and moving two metal sides to get the most coverage.
The mesh-style pet barrier is made of high quality steel with a black finish. The width adjusts from 44-3/4" - 58-1/2" and adjusts from 26" to 46" tall. Every mesh pet barrier comes with a one year warranty.
Doggie Blockers Mesh Style Pet Barrier
44-3/4" - 58-1/2"
26" - 46"
Adjusts for in height and width to accommodate many vehicles
Simple installation - NO drilling and NO tools
Fits most sport utility vehicles, wagons and mini-vans
I've used for two out of my 3 dogs. (lab mixes). Works good. Assembly was a little confusing but it worked out.
Fits pretty well in my 2014 Ford Escape in the far back. Haven't tried it in behind the front seats yet. Would probably fit
better there, roof less slanted.
4 StarsDoggie Blockers
Khosro from TX wrote (May 05, 2015):
I have recently purchased the product. I don't have a long history of using this product. So far, it has served its purpose which is preventing my Rottweiler puppy from coming to the front seat. It was relatively easy to assemble and install.
5 StarsFit great in my 2015 Subaru Forester
Glen from NY wrote (April 26, 2015):
After I put together it installed very easily in the truck very pleased with quality and a fraction of cost of one from Subaru
4 StarsMesh Barrier in Truck
LabLori from NC wrote (April 25, 2015):
The product is made well. The rubber guards are a little tough to put on the top bars. It fit across the truck (Chevy Silverado) well, the height was a little short (placed on floor) but could be blocked up. We used small bungee cords to stabilize by attaching it to the hand grasps. Overall like it - keeps dogs from climbing over or thru seats
4 StarsPET BARRIER
Chuck from AZ wrote (April 23, 2015):
Well made, easy to assemble, but not really made for my particular application. I am using it to keep my dog in the back seat of an extended cab truck and since it is more designed for a SUV I had to make a couple of modifications moving the lower legs to the top and adding my own lower legs. Now it goes from floor to ceiling. Once done it works perfectly, dogs happy, I'm happy
5 StarsThe Suburban is a lot better now
Rich from GA wrote (April 16, 2015):
Easy installation. Our Suburban is a lot more habitable now. Our English now has his space and we have reclaimed ours.
5 StarsWorks great....though upside down works even better
John from NC wrote (April 05, 2015):
Good quality, all pieces shipped. Instructions could be clearer, and, like other reviewers, I found that it worked better when installed upside down. Dog seems content, and I am happy to know she is safe back there.
4 StarsPet Barrier
Kent Wrede from CA wrote (March 28, 2015):
Doggie Blockers Adjustable Mesh Pet Barrier - 18" Mesh Height #07726
The item worked fine with some additional wood blocking to prevent it from sliding out of place.
It was shipped lacking one foot, but I got around that by drilling a hole in the wood blocking. Fits well and stays in place!
5 StarsGet it!
John from MD wrote (March 05, 2015):
Awesome product- instructions could have been a little more clear with picture steps but wasn't that hard to figure out. Glad we got it
5 StarsWorks well in a 2015 RAV4
Dan from VA wrote (February 14, 2015):
I bought a new RAV4 and wanted to keep the dogs out of the front seats before they messed them up. I first installed the barrier behind the back seats with the seats upright. It worked fine, but I realized the space might be a little small for our two medium-size dogs. I then folded the back seats forward and installed the barrier on the back of the flattened seats. This also worked well. Because the wire mesh is only 18" tall and fixed near the top of the vertical supports, I needed to close the space between the bottom of the barrier and seats. I just happened to have a leftover piece of thin plywood (1/8" flooring) which was 18" x 48", the perfect size. I attached it to the barrier with two twist ties and it works great!
Shawn from KY wrote (February 04, 2015):
Perfect to keep our boxer dogs in the back of our 2013 explorer
5 StarsSolid and Simple
Steve from CA wrote (January 27, 2015):
We bought this to keep our 70 pound mountain dog in the very back of a 2014 Ford Escape. Directions were simple (except I didn't notice part of the product, the pole inserts, were already assembled, and there were 2 parts that looked like doorstops which had not directions for). It took about 15 minutes together and put in place. The rollers for tightening are great.
Only thing I would recommend is that you test your puppy out first - mine threw up twice on our hour trip through the winding hills, but luckily we had a Cargo mat installed and it saved the back of the car. I foresee this lasting a long time as it is very solid and seems of great quality.