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Cayenne Coupe dog guard/restraint


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Hi, we're about to get a Cayenne Coupe but I'm struggling to find too many options for transporting the dog in the boot.
I have seen Porsche have the partition net for the coupe but wondered if anyone has found other options at all?
Thanks so much
Just a thought - we had my son's lab cross beagle this weekend and he gave us a strap that attaches to his collar and the anchor point of the rear seat base. He was perfectly fine with that and has the benefit of keeping him safe and us too. Just enough length for him to sit up and look around and also lie down and doze (which he does a lot). Off Amazon and a couple of pounds apparently.
Good point Peter, there is also the option to attach the collar and lead to the anchor points in the boot that all these cars seem to have
Thanks everyone. Yes I have one of the seatbelt attachments for him to travel in my 911 but we wanted him to be untethered in the boot! We have got the partition net for the Cayenne now but it does impact the rear visibility quite a bit so not a big fan of it! The search continues!!
Hiya, first post and being a natural rebel hope don't breach rules!

We have had several dog guards fitted to various cars. All hand made specific to car. When we bought our Cayenne after our Macan we bought one. excellent. Recommend them well. Two gates each with a lock. They usually like 2 visits, one to measure and one to fit yet due to them being in Lincolnshire after he measured we took the dogs for a walk while he made it, so did all in onw trip. I post link for them, MMG. The top part has screws in the inside yet to avoid doing the lower fixed to luggae loops which works well.

We have a rear guard made to measure by MMG,, Brilliant. Not our first. By acccident I have been known to open the rear door when in traffic at traffic lights for instance. The thought of doing that with our 4 dogs would be disastrous.
We tookm it to them, they measure up, we took dogs for walk and took it home to put on myself as I wanted few holes so only used self tappers for the top and used ties to the luggage clamps for the bottom. Had it since we had the car 3 years ago.

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