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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 4th June 2013, 23:28 Thread Starter
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My little gsd puppy is not so little now so it was time to look for a dog guard. After doing a bit of searching and deciding that the Vauxhall official dog guard at £280 was way too expensive and then looking at the universal fit all type dog guards but I wanted something to fit the space properly and I wanted to keep my load cover fitted while it was in place.

I did speak to Inchindown who found that he had a cavalier or vectra dog guard that fitted but after looking about I decided to go for a new one.

In the end I went for This one. And I'm not disappointed with my choice.

I ordered it on Sunday and it arrived on Tuesday. 20 minutes later I had it fitted and it looks great. The colour matches my interior and its very sturdy and well made.

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Hi Grumps he looks adorable (My daughter and I could cuddle him all day lol)
what is the make of your dog guard do you not have a liner in your boot for him to save your bumper fr.om getting scraped with him big paws ? I will try and post my boot and show you were Anglez lies her old bones on lol

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That's the one I would have bought if I hadn't found the old Cavalier/Vectra guard in my garage.

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Going to get that where did you get it from
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post #6 of 12 (permalink) Old 7th June 2013, 20:00
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Where abouts as I have the net over the back but bloody dogs get through
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Grumps "Here" is a hyperlink click on it in his response and it will take you to the page

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The pictures I posted were down but I have edited the post and added them back in in case anyone is looking for a dog guard
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post #9 of 12 (permalink) Old 20th March 2014, 21:44
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Nice dog guard but I find that only a cage will stopmy Boxerfrom chewing on any fittings - After a few months both my Isuzu Trooper and Nissan Terrano had the rear window heating elements licked clean off!

We now have a cage in the Antara for the boxer, Mini-Daschund and Mini-Daschund-cross. It's Cosy but they all fit and are actually never in it for more than half an hour. With the Boxer being 8+ I think the room will be more than adequate for the 'Minis' soon ...

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Nice dog guard but I find that only a cage will stop*my Boxer*from chewing on any fittings - After a few months both my Isuzu Trooper and Nissan Terrano had the rear window heating elements licked clean off!

We now have a cage in the Antara for the boxer, Mini-Daschund and Mini-Daschund-cross. It's Cosy but they all fit and are actually never in it for more than half an hour.* With the Boxer being 8+ I think the room will be more than adequate for the 'Minis' soon ...

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A clear case of being as they say a window licker lol ours just loves the back of the car it's a home from home the only thing she loves to lick is her paws

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