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Dog Guards

Post by FarmerPug » Fri Dec 22, 2017 7:24 pm

Estate owners, were there any genuine Peugeot dog guards for the back of the estate? I have an excitable collie pup and don't want her clambering into the front of the car.
Interested to see what is out there, there are plenty of universal ones but I've had those before in the 305 they tend to leave crease marks on the headliner.

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Re: Dog Guards

Post by Doggy » Fri Dec 22, 2017 10:18 pm

I've on ever used the universal ones, in fact one - a sub £10 Argos special that's served in my Xsara & 2 x 406 estates from 2004. You're absolutely right, they don't fit well enough, but if you cable tie it to the read headrest support posts, it'll never budge and doesn't need to dig into the carpet or roof lining to stay secure.
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Re: Dog Guards

Post by GingerMagic » Fri Dec 22, 2017 10:24 pm

I've seen them on eBay but I couldn't say if they were genuine Peugeot ones or just a good fit.
The executive 406s have little metal tie points behind little flaps by the grab handles - I believe these are for a dog guard......
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