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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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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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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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Lazarus said:
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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We have an ADT and also need to get a dog guard but I need one that can easily be removed.
You try putting him in a cage. No he doesn't chew the furnishings but might get a bit loud!

The one in the pics looks like quite a Meccano set to errect and dismantle and it looks like it pushes the rear seats more upright (as does the roller blind unless seats slammed home hard), which some of my regular adult passengers find very uncomfortable.
 

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there is a dog guard made by guardman which utilises original roof sockets & has seatbelt type straps for floor connection approx 100 pounds as used by police in their antaras. hope this helps. jc
 
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