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Old 02-26-2012, 01:25 PM   #1
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Driver/Passenger Seat Covers (w/ dogs)

We just got an real nice 2003 38 ft. Holiday Rambler Endeavor. We travel with two wonderful mini poodles who jump in the front seats on occasion. I would love to find some sort of nice, but inexpensive seat covers so their nails don't scratch the leather. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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Old 02-26-2012, 05:00 PM   #2
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Hi I went and got some cheap seat covers to cover the seats. they do not fit real great but I have one dog that likes to dig. on the couch we cover with old blanket that we can take in when we have guest.

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I have two 5lb poodles. Velcro them to the dash
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my wife made some covers out of large beach towels, work great with our two wire foxes
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Old 02-27-2012, 06:46 AM   #5
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my wife made some covers out of large beach towels, work great with our two wire foxes
There you go, Beach towels.
Big enough to cover the whole seat & can be tucked in to stay in place & pulled off anytime when you want to wash them.

We use towels as well & blankets everywhere else for the daughters Beagle.
Shes our windshield watch dog when we're traveling, checking out anybody walking close to the M/H & trailer, barking letting them know they are being watched.
Now, if I could just teach her to drive, .
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