Do you have a new dog, or maybe even a new car? Keep your backseats nice with a dog car seat cover! Most are made to be universal and cover your whole back seat, to protect it from hair and paw prints! We’ve put together a dog seat cover buying guide to help you choose one. First, let’s take a look at some of the things you need to know before you start shopping. Then, we’ll look at the products!
Non-Slip: A great dog seat cover won’t move when your dog gets in and out of the car. Your dog also won’t slip off the seat when you have to stop the car. This is especially important for big dogs.
Waterproof: Especially if your car has cloth seats, you’re going to want a cover that won’t get soaked. Also, you won’t want the residue from muddy paw prints soaking in, will you? A waterproof cover protects against that and more.
Color: You might want a cover that comes in a variety of colors so your dog feels like a princess. Or, you might want something that’s going to match the interior of your car. It’s up to you!
Machine Washable: After a few weeks or frequent car rides, you are going to want to clean your cover. It’s easy to just take it out of the car and toss it into the washing machine whenever you like.
Size: You need your car seat cover to do just that – cover the seat of your car. This is helpful for determining if the cover is going to be too large or just right for your dog’s seat.
Warranty: If there happens to be some part of your cover that is broken, doesn’t work right, or is otherwise unsatisfactory, you are covered under warranty. This is protection for you – and a refund or replacement due to manufacturing errors.
Now that you know what you’d like, let’s look at our best dog car seat covers reviews! If you’re in a hurry, check out our top pick and budget pick first. They are the best of the best and will show you what to look for! But check out the rest of our list as well. You’re sure to find the dog seat cover that’s perfect for your car and your favorite furry family member!
Article last updated on:
June 4, 2019