Picture this: your driving down the road enjoying a beautiful ride with your best four legged friend. All of a sudden, your spilling hot coffee all over your leg and veering off the road because your dog thought it was a great time to lick the side of your face. Sure it's cute, but it's also crazy dangerous. Enter a pet car mesh barrier. Keep your loved one safe in the back seat and don't add a barrier between the two of you.
We've seen our share of success with mesh barriers, and cars are no exception. They are great since your pet can still see you, but can't actually climb up into the front seat. Here's a few of our favorites:
This ones great if you don't have a huge dog or an overly aggressive one. They will get the hint that they are not welcome in the front seat, and it's easy enough to take out when your pup isn't on the road with you.
Now, for larger dogs, you may need to conceal the whole area, right up to the ceiling. That's where the Nac & Zac SUV barrier comes in. Large enough to give you full protection, but still see through so your dog isn't scared to death in the car.
If the backseat isn't an option (dog destroying your leather seats just isn't for your), you will need something more adjustable. Since most trunks have different heights, flexibility is key here. Something like this should help find the perfect balance though
Hopefully this brief detail of various pet car mesh barriers helps you to understand exactly what type of mesh net you need to get for your car or SUV. Just remember to remain flexible with your options. You never know when you will need to do some transporting with a different vehicle.