So.....Twosheds...... if you haven't got a wife why do you need one shed let alone Twosheds. Aren't these places where we hide from the wife :lol:twosheds said:I never saw the dogs in the options list. I must look harder in future.
As for wives... haven't met mine yet!
Very topicalI'm looking for a rear seat cover to take my dog along.
It should be fast and easy to install and a good fit.
On Ebay I just found this very affordable one made from 0,15mm thick Nylon.
Does someone have experience with this item, or any alternative?
Not sure what you will find to fit in the footwell, unless you have a very small dog, but you might want to look at the Sturdibag range Sturdibags . They are flexible but not exactly collapsible, however they are very light and the shoulder strap means they are easy to carry - we have one for our cats. I would have thought the back seat would be a better option - both the Sturdibag and the Maelson have seat belt straps and the smallest Maelson (which is collapsible) is 62cm which would still leave the other rear seat usable Maelson 62cm . None of the animals seem bothered about the slope of the seat squab.midnight_xf said:I looked around for a collapsible crate to go in the rear foot well. However, so far I have been unsuccessful in locating one.
Still in the look out, so if anyone has found one then please let me know.
I only need the small size, since we have a small dog.