Kurgo Backseat Bridge for Dogs, Reversible at Tractor Supply Co.
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Kurgo Backseat Bridge for Dogs, Reversible

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Size:13 in.

Color: Assorted




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The Kurgo Backseat Bridge is a padded bridge that connects between seats to extend Fido's spot, providing the extra comfortable space that they need to have a happy ride. There is a fold down center barrier that acts as a wall just in case you stop short, and also a built-in cup holder and pocket for organization.

  • Sturdy, rugged pad that holds up to 100 pounds
  • Partition creates a barrier to hinder dog from standing on the armrest and getting in the front seat
  • Reversible black and Hampton sand colors to match vehicle interiors
  • Waterproof
  • Cup holder and pocket for storage
  • Universal fit
  • Measures 16 in. D x 52 in. W x 1 in. H; not recommended for spaces greater than 13 inches from back of seat to seat edge

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Specification Description
Brand: Kurgo
Bed Shape: Rectangle
Heated: No
Product Material: Polyester
Removable Cover: Yes
Warranty: Lifetime Limited Warranty
Manufacturer Part Number 1137
Kurgo Backseat Bridge for Dogs, Reversible is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 33.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for older Lab We just bought this for our 12-year-old lab and I wished we had bought it much sooner! Our dog likes to rest her head on the center console so she can be close to us, which means she's balancing on the center wheel-well hump in the backseat. Not ideal at 12-years-old. This was super easy to install, she adjusted pretty quickly and rides much more comfortably now. For reference, she weighs 98 lbs and we've done 2 6+hour trips and 4 around town trips with no issues with it being able to support her.
Date published: 2019-05-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to install, works as it said it would. I bought this for my 55lb golden. It holds his weight. I agree that this may have to do with the amount of space it is bridging. It does give him more space, but even with the straps fully extended, it slopes down towards the back of the seat so he is not really level. It is also a bit slippery so sometimes it looks like he is having a hard time getting traction on it.
Date published: 2019-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great idea! I have had my extender for a few years and it is still in excellent condition. It has been installed in my Jeep Grand Cherokee and fits perfectly. My 60# dog moves from one window to the other on our rides (attached to Kurgo zip line). I bought a Ram 1500 truck a couple of months ago and moved it to the truck. It took some creative anchoring to stabilize it and it does not cover width of back seat (door to door) but it is working. However, it would be great if the Kurgo design team could make another version for trucks.
Date published: 2018-12-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not Worth It I bought this because my Aussie keeps breaking the snaps on the hammocks. He sits right behind the seat and I was hoping this would help. Unfortunately the same thing happened in less than a month, one buckle broke and the thing in the middle doesn't stay up. It also doesn't work that great in bridging the gap because I'm short and have the seat pulled up too far. Might be better for people that have the seat back further but I still think they need to start using metal buckles instead of plastic for things.
Date published: 2018-08-22
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