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Old 12-27-2016, 07:21 AM   #1
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Seat Covers

We have a new 2017 Phaeton and also a puppy. We are concerned about him wearing or putting a hole in the caption seats. Does anyone have any suggestions for a good quality seat cover that fits and looks good.
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Dog training and a crate for periods when you are away from the coach are better solutions. In the meantime, just spread a blanket or a towel over the seat to protect it until the training kicks in. No need for anything more permanent.
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Old 12-27-2016, 08:33 AM   #3
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We have a new 2017 Phaeton and also a puppy. We are concerned about him wearing or putting a hole in the caption seats. Does anyone have any suggestions for a good quality seat cover that fits and looks good.
Depending upon the breed of dog, I would absolutely cover seats in my brand new rig. Certain breeds can do amazing "customization" within a few very short minutes of owner distraction. (Yes, I'm looking at you, shark-toothed cattledog puppies)

I would go for functional rather than pretty, though, with the thought that they'll be there less than a year. Super strong, fitted.

I can't recommend a brand or model for your coach, sorry :-). I can commiserate at the need to puppy proof things - I think it's much wiser to do so than regret skipping it :-)
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Old 12-27-2016, 10:37 AM   #4
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We simply have large/heavy bath towels that my wife attached elastic straps to in order to hold in place. They are the same color as our seats and cover the back and seat portion. We slip them over the back when we park and never have to worry about the dogs.

A lot less expensive and we just fold them up and put them in the cabinet when we are traveling. No mess, no fuss. We have been using them for over 10 years with no issue. Best part is, if you need to just throw them in the wash.
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Old 12-27-2016, 01:10 PM   #5
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Need a favor from someone who has 2017 Phaeton. I found some covers on eBay but I want to be sure the size is correct. The dimensions they give are:
19 to 22.5" across the back
28 to 32" tall for the back
21 to 23" across the seat
18 to 20" depth of seat

Can someone tell me if these measurements look close.
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