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April 11, 2013

Does your dog try to climb in the
front seat when you drive?

Bergan Pet Travel Barrier

Help keep your dog in the back seat with the Bergan pet travel barrier.

Does your dog try to get in your lap?

If your dog won’t tolerate a pet seat belt or dog carrier, enter the contest giveaway to win a Bergan pet travel barrier.

Bergan makes a great car barrier that is easy to install. Simply wrap the straps around the headrest and seat body of the car. If you are wary about purchasing a dog car barrier made out of canvas cloth and netting material, enter our contest giveaway in the month of April for a chance to win one!

To enter, you must have a shipping address within the Continental US. We do not ship outside the US. If you meet this criteria, like our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, tweet about the giveaway, and/or leave a blost post comment. You do not have to do all four entries, but each method gives you another chance to win. You can increase your chances of winning even more by tweeting about the giveaway once a day, every day.

This contest ends April 30th, 2013, 11:59PM EST. We will select a winner on May 1st or 2nd using Random.org. The winner will be notified by email, through Facebook, and/or Twitter. If the winner does not respond within three business days, we will select another winner.

If you’d like to go ahead and order a Bergan pet travel barrier, visit our site at PetAutoSafety.com/bergan-pet-travel-barrier. Please note, that the dog car barrier may not be effective in preventing determined dogs from getting in the front seat. Consider the size of your dog (smaller dogs are less likely to get over the barrier) and his tenacity. For our other pet travel supplies, start at the PetAutoSafety home page. Feel free to enter discount code, petfriend, for 10% off.

Good luck! 🙂
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37 Responses to “April Contest Giveaway – The Bergan Pet Travel Barrier”

  1. Flea:

    That looks really cool, especially for a smaller dog who likes to climb into a lap. My babies know to stay put. Very cool product!

  2. Trish B.:

    Some of my dogs try to climb into the front seat. I try to keep them seatbelted but I don’t have enough seatbelts for all of them. I would love to win this for my babies!

  3. Patricia:

    I have 2 dogs of my own & am also a dogsitter so I have dogs in my car at all times.. It can get hectic with them all trying to jump into my passenger seat from the back!! This would really help..

  4. snoopy@snoopysdogblog:

    Hi Guys,

    We’ll probably sit out of this giveaway as I get strapped in the trunk, so there’s no chance of getting to the humans – though when I was a pup I had a different car harness and I worked out how to get out of it one day and climbed all the way over! Tee Hee

    Wags to all,

    Your pal Snoopy 🙂

  5. SephiAndMaya:

    I hope you meant that you get strapped in the cargo area, not the trunk, Snoopy. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by! We’ll be having other contests in the future so keep an eye out.

  6. Heather S:

    They behave fine, until there is food in the car

  7. Theresa Spaid:

    They try to sneak up front through the gap between seats they see something they want to bark at they get excited

  8. kirbysdawgblog:

    Oh darn, welive in Canada, why?!!!! LOL good luckwith the contest this looks like a excellent product, as we have this problem with Kirby!

  9. Daraya:

    She likes to sit on my lap – but she is much too big for that!

  10. Danielle Murgia:

    Sissy liked to run from one side to the other. She also tries to jump over the barrier from the front seat to the back seat to be able to sit on my lap.

  11. Dorothy Parungao:

    One of my dogs sometimes gets out of her seatbelt harness and tries to get in the front passenger seat. This product would be helpful to use when she is in the car.

  12. Kay M.:

    My Maggie Mae sits in her seat. Her doggy seat belt keeps her firmly planted. She can stand up and see out the window, but she prefers to lay down… unless we stop at McDonalds!

  13. Giggedygeekmum:

    He likes to cuddle- but he’s a puppy yet so he’s still small enough for it.

  14. Susan C:

    Foxy stands with her back feet on the seat, and her front paws on the console. Random jumping into the front seat wanting the passenger window rolled down.

  15. Mallory H.:

    Well, I can just hear it now- they squeal and squirm all over! They are just plain crazy. This would be awesome!

  16. Heather S:

    I give them a treat to keep them busy so they stay quiet. But they only last for so long.

  17. Amy B:

    Our dogs are great in the car…that is until we stop or slow down, that’s when they start barking or whining…I believe they think we’re reaching our destination. And sometimes we have to take a different route to nana & papa’s house because they know the way…am I nuts? But they are good, they ride in their crates for safety.

  18. Kathleen:

    On short trips, to a park, the store, or whatever, he is perfectly fine. But if we have to go somewhere far, he starts whining and fidgeting. It drives us nuts because we have family that all live at least an hour and a half or farther away.

  19. Heather:

    My puppy loves to jump in my husband’s lap while he is driving. This would be perfect for her!

  20. deanna:

    she sheds bcuz she gets nervous
    xo

  21. Bev:

    He behaves like a wild “fool”

  22. Stephanie from CT:

    My guy really wants to have shotgun! If there is a person in the passenger seat, he will grudgingly settle for the back.

  23. Tiffany:

    My 4 dogs lay down in the car for most of the ride. My Blue Heeler girl likes to ride with her paws in the middle between the seats and look out the front windshield. She will also occasionally put her paws on the side of the door, trying to open the window so she can smell out and see where we are. My Aussie tries the same thing, but she is so big that she blocks my sight!

  24. jeanette sheets:

    actually pretty calm loves to stick head out the window .

  25. Cheryl Chervitz:

    We have 4 dogs and they behave pretty well in the car. One of them does try to climb in the drivers seat when I’m driving.

  26. Betty League:

    My 2 senior dogs live to ride in the truck. It is only second to food….lol thank you

  27. diane stana:

    usually snoozes!

  28. Taryn:

    I catch my younger dog in the front seat all the time. It would be great to keep him in the back where he belongs!

  29. Alecia Long:

    My dog Penny loves to go for rides. She usually sits in the backseat but every once in a while she hops up front.

  30. Catherine:

    My dog is pretty good in the car but always tries to sneak upfront and sit by me. She thinks she’s a lap dog even though she weighs 60 pounds.

  31. G:

    Most of my dogs behave and sit where they arr supposed to but one of my youngest wants to sit in my lap. If crated, he cries and howls as he’s sad….this wojld be perfect for him as there is even a place where he can look through and still see me, what is what he hates about being crated when the other dogs are in the car. I also foster and rescue and there have been times when I haven’t had a crate and could have used this, such as when ice rescued a dog out of the middle of the four lane interstate…. This would really come in handy for me. Thank you for the chance to win this great product for my dogs.

  32. larrielle:

    I admit, I was a bad mommy when Bentley was younger by allowing him to sit in my lap while driving. I certainly do not allow that anymore. Ben is only allowed in the back. On car rides he is very good though. He just sits there like a good boy.

  33. Angela Cash:

    My dog is very calm in the car. She sits in the back seat and just looks out the window.

  34. Jo Ricker:

    I don’t know hoe the dog behaves in the car because I am trying to win this for a family member. I think they crate him in the car but I am unsure.

  35. Lisa F.:

    My dogs are pretty good in the car. They’re in the back (hatchback car). One sometimes tries to get his head in between the seats, so this would help me keep him better contained. Thanks!

  36. Heather S:

    Mine behave fairly well, better when the car is moving at a steady speed.

  37. Sandy Weinstein:

    usually my dogs sit in the front seat with their harnesses on, i have 2 of your harnesses. however, sometimes the baby who is now 4 likes to sit in the back seat, so this would be good for her since she likes to sit on the console. liked you on facebook, follow on twitter as evietressa, l