My baby girl just jumps in. Open the tailgate and she jumps right in.she can jump in the back of my truck too,but take her out won't let her jump down from the truck.t
I'm sure that Bartac will have an option soon, just like the do for the JKs.I'm interested to know if there is a cover for the leather console as well. I see they have them for the JK, not sure if they will fit or not.
The center console key hole on the JL is on the left, not centered, so the JK versions won't work. : (I'm sure that Bartac will have an option soon, just like the do for the JKs.
The JK one may fit. $39.99
I have an 8 year old lab that seems to only be abl to jump in to the back if I get her really excited. I have to "pump" her up with a "ride" or a "treat" when we get home. Otherwise she just runs up to the jeep, acts like she will jump but then puts her front paws all over everything. I have debated getting an agility trainer to give her the confidence she needs to jump in. She jumps in to the Bronco (which has a 4" lift on it) just fine. However, I've noticed the Bronco has a bigger area to put feet when getting in. That is the only difference I can see. I am also looking at some of the good options posted here as I see I'm not the only one plagued with a dog that wont jump.
My dog wouldn’t want to wait around for a ramp. He runs out of the house and jumps into the back.
Do y’all normally put your dogs in the backseat? My dog is tethered to the rear seatbelt but he gets the back area to himself. Usually the back window stays open for him.... I really enjoy not having him pant in my left ear the entire drive.
What did you use around the roll bar that you connect the tether to? Also have a Doodle that I plan on doing a lot of Jeeping with!Our Golden just jumps right into the back seat area no problems with the 2" lift and 35s. Then he is hooked up to a tether I made via his harness.
It is an actual product, it’s a pet seat belt like the attached pic. It came with the hammock car seat cover when I bought it years ago and it’s been great. I also attach it to his harness instead of his collar in case something were to happen... at least he wouldn’t get yanked by his neck.What are you using to tether your dog to the rear seatbelt? Is it an actual product or are you just tying a leash to it?
Well done! I’ve never succeeded at getting my newfs (3 in total) to use a ramp.We have a 17 week old Newfie and got a Gen7Pets Feather-Lite Ramp. Newfies are huge and prone to hip problems, so he isn't allowed to jump. The ramp is 6 feet long and holds up to 250 lbs. (Dog will be 150-175lb fully grown.) We open the back hatch, put down the ramp, and walk him up or down it.