I love taking Teton with me everywhere I can. Luckily, (I think) he likes it, too. One of his favorite places to go is the “man store” (Lowe’s or Home Depot) but he’s not that picky and he’ll gladly take trip to the local pet store or to Grammy and Grampy’s house on the lake.
Sometimes, in the colder weather, he gets to sit in the front seat with the butt warmers on. ♥
However, most of the time Teton is either in the back of the car or in the middle with a seat cover.
In my opinion, the best dog car seat covers are those made by Kurgo. And no, I’m not just saying that because they sent me one to review. In fact, I’ve purchase two Kurgo car seat covers in my lifetime because I think they’re that good.
This waterproof, stain resistant, machine washable cover is a very reasonable $40 and has a universal fit that means it’ll work for most vehicles. It comes in three colors – Black, Hampton Sand, and Charcoal Grey – so you can easily match it to the interior of your car.
Once you open the Wander Bench Seat Cover, you’ll pull out a sheet of instructions on how to install it.
Complicated, am I right? In truth, it wasn’t bad at all. I skimmed the directions and headed outside to install it in the Goosemobile, which took me about five minutes.
One of the best things about this seat cover (and all of Kurgo’s products) is the attention to detail in the little things like buckles, stitching, and pockets.
Seatbelt opening detail. (Image source)
Storage pocket detail. (Image source)
The Wander Bench Seat Cover, once installed, is super secure. It barely moves once your dog (or kids, passengers, groceries, etc.) is sitting on it thanks to it’s under-seat and back-of-seat attachments. Curious about those? Check out Kurgo’s video.
I’m so happy with this seat cover from Kurgo. Teton is, too, because it means more car rides for him!
Check out all of Kurgo’s car seat covers here. You can’t go wrong with any of these options!