Tops off... Dogs in

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Remember back when all I wanted was some good advice on some products to help keep the dogs save in a jeeps with the top off. Ah those were the days. Thanks to those who positively contributed.
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Boxers are amazing wigglers. Best I've seen. So fun to watch them.

I'm on my second Great Dane and they aren't so much wigglers but their tails are lethal. First one busted hers open and we eventually had to get it amputated because we couldn't get it healed properly because she wouldn't stop shaking and hitting it. Sigh. The current one has no care in the world. Tail bangs hard against anything and everything.

I guess germane to thread I'll say, the cheap Harbor Freight blankets are working for me right now. I would get decent seat covers like Canvasback (probably the best IMO), but the JL rear seat is too small for my girl, so I have to run rear seats folded down. The blankets on top of MOPAR cargo mats give good coverage and support. I do need something for the sides, though, to keep the hair under control.
We keep our rear seats down 99% of the time for the dogs. We put in the Canvasback Liner to help with the fur and mud cleanup...works great!
https://www.canvasback.com/index.php/jeep-wrangler-jl-4-dr-cargo-liners-14467.html
 

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+1 for the harness that plugs into the buckle. Love mine.
 

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The spacing for the cargo net style Standard webbing, MIL-SPEC or HYBRID material is at a 4" square between openings. We found this to be a great balance between containment to visibility over the years.
We also have a military grade mesh screening that performs excellent for dog hair retention and for the best visibility. It's ratedto 215 PSI and has been in use and long-term testing in a pit-bull rescue Sprinter van.

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Example of the mesh material.

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How is that mesh secured? This is EXACTLY what I’m looking for to keep the malamutes’ hair from flying around!
 

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Went doorless the other day, put the roof in the Sunrider position so Sir George had some shade in the back. He wears a harness that is clipped to one of the metal loops on the floor used for holding the rear seat assy...

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I use the harness for our walks as it holds them good at the chest area (this is almost a requirment for dogs to keep from choking them when they pull) but to keep them down with the top off i just tie the leash to the floor hooks and they are good to go with enough room to wiggle, lay, or sit and watch the world go by. Then when the doors are on they just go up to the window and look with no need to keep them tied down.

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Beautiful, and the other with the "cone of shame" :giggle:
The cone sporting guy is like the first born child whose younger siblings are actors, models, musicians, singers, and all-star athletes in the limelight. Definitely have to show him some extra attention in shadow of his malamute brothers and sisters.
 
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