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Car seat cover for dogs £5.99 @ Aldi

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Keep your car seats mud and dog hair-free
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Size: 148 x 143cm
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Can you confirm it's not just for golden retrievers? Is this suitable for other dogs?
#2
Lol ^^
#3
Dogs make cars stink, and are a driving hazard.
#4
bytemaster
Dogs make cars stink, and are a driving hazard.
Not seen many dogs driving around our neck of the woods ! :D
#5
sycotic
Can you confirm it's not just for golden retrievers? Is this suitable for other dogs?
you should ask the manufacturer !!!!!!!!!
#6
bytemaster
Dogs make cars stink, and are a driving hazard.
They are only a hazard if they are not properly secured to a seat belt!! and my dogs certainly dont stink
#7
Good if you can get them to fit & stay fitted, as dog hair is a mare to get out of any car upholstery.
My dogs stink & they are a hazard, to inept **** who ignore the "guard dogs" signage & try to force entry.

Unfortunately this is now viewed in the eyes of the law as on the side of someone coming into your home to burglarise you or worse.

When I pointed out to a stupid policeman (yes really) that our dogs were "family members" & therefore in light of the law I would protect my animals as my family (they'd essentialy be destroyed in a badly conducted court case if it happened, for protecting us & their home against intruders) ..I pointed out that anyone breaching the threshold with intent to cause distress or with physical harm as their intent, (whether main or incidental) would have to be " put down" (on the floor by myself) asap, before they endangered either the animals or ourselves with whatever was to hand.

Result!?, ,,,I was later informed I had made general threats to the public ....FFS!

So the police wish you to take it up the backside & report it on 101 with its "up to 15 minute waiting time" pay as you go phoneline.

(bear in mind we informed him this had happened on several occasions over the past few years, & let him know the breed traits, breed origins as "bullenbeissers" hunting animals to pin down prey. further accentuated by pack instinct ..we have boxer dogs).


The law whilst intended to assist postman, is an ass & leaves you open to potential prosecution within the confines of inside your home on the basis that someone "felt intimidated" by your dog.

Whilst there are some good policemen about, there are some inept **** who clearly should not be in the job, this is further accentuated by part-time-plods not updating details, so you receive 3 sets of police turn up on different days to ask the same questions, unaware of the others.

Worse than useless, a good reason to take care of your own safety when you cant rely on the bunglers in blue (& day-glo)

Back on topic: these aren't fitted, so prone to slip (but do help with keeping hair, puke etc under control) ..i'd recommend water sport designed & capable seat covers for more money but a permanent solution.

(to explain this away, say driving in a wetsuit that is wet, for instance)




Edited By: MR GUS on Jul 09, 2014 09:31
#8
bytemaster
Dogs make cars stink, and are a driving hazard.

Smokers stink more and are definitely a driving hazard!
#9
MR GUS
Worse than useless, a good reason to take care of your own safety when you cant rely on the bunglers in blue (& day-glo)

You keep a heavy object under your bed to allow escape in the event of fire. One day you hear burglers, you run downstairs with blunt instrument as someone is trespassing on your property and you fear for your and your families lives. You attack (face to face) as they appear to be brandishing a metallic object, could be a knife, and you need to defend yourself. Simple?
#10
i'm with you Roger, but you have to rely on the gloom of night as an excuse, or no flash if in pitch darkness.

I do keep a bucket of project tools by the front door, including one of several & often rotated billhooks, which I have been known to sharpen in the bedroom on nights when I cannot sleep.
#11
All dogs should be properly secured with a proper harness for travelling

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