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Best Seat protection from dogs


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Just got a new truck not to long ago. I've been using a queen size fitted sheet to protect my seats from a hairy black lab. Thought it fits alomst perfect, it doesn't provide the best protection from a wet dog.

Anyone use those hammock styles? Do dogs like them? What do you guys recommend for a quality water proof cover for my seats (back-bench stlye crew).

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Tallked to my dealer when bought Silverado. GM makes a set of really TOUGH seat covers for my truck. Easy to wash off. Labs walk around on them and we treat truck like utility vehicle. Soapy water and they look like new. Ask your dealer. I put 'em front and rear. My seats will look original when I take these seat covers off.

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I got the mud river 2 barrel mat for my back seat. It has been awesome and my rear seats look brand new still and i have 2 dogs riding around with me all the time. Also there warrenty is 2nd to none which is nice. I believe they run around $70-$80 for it.

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