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: Pet Barrier that Works...


inspiron
07-08-2003, 06:51 PM
Well I finnally found a pet barrier that works. It's from Midwest Pet Barriers, you can find them at: http://www.midwesthomes4pets.com/Home.htm

I'm sorry for the crappy photo's, my good digital cam has died on me.

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Held in place with sturdy threaded rods
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bungee cord from element-j via E-bay :-)

lae10851
09-28-2003, 06:50 PM
Will it work behind the front seats? What about the bottom portion/extension? Does anyone know if it fits :?:

lae10851
11-12-2003, 07:10 PM
Has anyone tried this barrier behind the front seats?

jcalabrese
11-13-2003, 08:27 PM
This pet barrier does work pretty well behind front seats. The only problem is the area between the seats as there is ample space for a smaller dog to get through. I had added the Vector Heater/Cooler Armrest so my Siberian Husky and Malamute can't get through, although they do poke their head through on occasion to say hi.

My biggest complaint about the unit is that it's kinda hard to get into place without a little help. The threads fall out if you aren't careful (gravity sucks). I find myself saying a few choice four letter words in the set up. Otherwise it serves it's purpose well for me.

I'd suggest it for bigger dogs for sure, smaller ones might be more of a problem.

lae10851
11-13-2003, 11:46 PM
Do you have the 16n attachment? I am wondering if that would solve the gap below.


Amy

jcalabrese
11-14-2003, 09:59 PM
Nope, didn't get the attachment, don't really need it with the size of my monsters and the armrest cooler in place. I suppose a solid piece of wood would do the trick too.

I actually have the barrier behind the front seats now. I like it because it's as if I can put my people friends in "jail" ;)

lae10851
11-14-2003, 10:16 PM
Well just make sure they wear seatbelts so you dont accidentally "waffle" them!

:wink:

RKL
12-09-2003, 12:05 PM
Is that a Midwest 14N or 15N?

Trying to avoid some measuring work :)

Cheers, eh

RKL
Ottawa, Canada