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I want to put my GSD in the crew cab but don't want to spend hours cleaning up the fur. Any tips? What are you guys using?
 

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I got a back seat cover that fits fairly well in the back seat from groupon. It's a bit short since it's a one size fits all and would be better suited for a car, but it definitely protects my seats from a lot of the dirt/mud/water/anything else that my dog pics up on her travels. I still get a lot of hair down on the sides of my seats and what not but this will at least protect from outside debris. And for under $15, I'd say its a solid investment.
 

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I keep the seats folded up, have always let my dogs ride on the floor. It's safer for them and it's easy to vacuum the floor. And if they're wet - which is not unusual from swimming in the river - they only get the floor mats wet. Can still see out the window if they want to. Matter of fact, one of the main selling points for me on the Titan back in 2004 was that big area with the seats folded up so they could ride in it. I actually took one home and put both dogs in to see how they fit before I bought it :D
 

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I want to put my GSD in the crew cab but don't want to spend hours cleaning up the fur. Any tips? What are you guys using?
Good luck. You can protect the seats, but you'll never get rid of the hair if you put them in there enough. I've had it professionally detailed on the inside before, and they couldn't manage to get all the hair out of the nooks and crannies.
 

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I used to fold up the rear seats and I also covered as much of the interior as I could with u haul blankets. Dogs love trucks.
 
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I had my dog in the cab for about 15 minutes and it looks like I've had a whole pack of dogs living in there for years. The hair manages to fly all around in there, so even if you get a cover you'll still likely have a hair problem.
 

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I had my dog in the cab for about 15 minutes and it looks like I've had a whole pack of dogs living in there for years. The hair manages to fly all around in there, so even if you get a cover you'll still likely have a hair problem.
This is true. But I look at it as little reminders, as many of my dogs have passed on but I will still find a clump of hair here and there when I'm getting some tools or something under the seat.::crying::
 

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I tried multiple ways to keep hair out with blankets, covers, etc. Nothing really worked.

I'm in a new truck and don't want to deal with it again. Ended up getting a Petnation collapsible crate on Amazon. It's soft sided and fits perfect. Also keeps the nose marks off the windows. Breaks down in just a couple seconds.
 

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I have the coverking ballistic seat covers for the Titan.

Saddleman has a good set of similar nylon.

Easy clean up because the hair doesn't stick into the seat covers.

But like others said, I prefer to have the dogs on the floor and bought a piece of vinyl that I cut to fit the entire area along with my weathertech floor mats atop the vinyl.

That's worked really well.
 

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This what I came up with. Bought a couch cover and pulled it up over the back so it's secured and doesn't slip. The sides get tucked under the all-season mats. Then the front part gets tucked under the wood. I also bought a cheap mat and cut it in half to fit under the seats to eliminate as much carpet as possible. Hair still gets around places but it is so much easier to clean up.





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This what I came up with. Bought a couch cover and pulled it up over the back so it's secured and doesn't slip. The sides get tucked under the all-season mats. Then the front part gets tucked under the wood. I also bought a cheap mat and cut it in half to fit under the seats to eliminate as much carpet as possible. Hair still gets around places but it is so much easier to clean up.





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I found a Filson dog seat cover on clearance from Pheasants forever and had it modified to accept seat belts. It's under the kids car seats . No fur but lots of Goldfish, spilled drinks and snacks that would get onto the cleans seats without the cover.
 

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Ditto on flipped up seats. Big dog bed on the floor boards, and both my boys are good. The German short haired pointer and Weimer have hair so short it is like dust almost.
 
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