|Protect the floor and the back of your seats from your pet’s paws!|
What a great idea! Covercraft makes an additional piece of durable fabric that covers the floor and the back of your front seats. CoverAll® attaches to the skirt of the Custom Rear Seat Protector only. It will protect your floor and front seats from dirty paws and sharp claws when your dog peeks up front to see what you’re doing.
It’s never occurred to anyone to cover the back of the front seat, and we’re not sure why. Dogs, little ones especially, like to stand up on the back seat with their paws on the back of the front seat. Bigger dogs can never make up their minds between the floor and the seat so their fur sheds on the back of the front seat as they pace back and forth. That whole area behind the driver is fair game to your pet!
The CoverAll® securely attaches to the skirt of your Custom Rear Seat Protector with Velcro® brand hook & loop fasteners. *The Custom Rear Seat Protector is sold separately.
It’s custom patterned to fit the curves and contours of the floor and seats of your vehicle so it looks neat and tidy. The CoverAll® is made of the same durable polycotton fabric with DWR (durable water repellency) finish as the Custom Rear Seat Protectors. Whether your dog has an “accident” or likes to scratch, your seats and floor are protected.
The CoverAll® is easy to install. The Custom Seat Protector is manufactured with hook & loop fasteners in case you decide to add a CoverAll® at a later date. The CoverAll® is machine washable and easily removable. Choose from eight (8) colors to complement almost any interior.
Don’t stop at the seats! You can’t count on your pet to stay in one spot. Cover it all with CoverAll®!
Available in 8 Colors
|Due to manufacturer’s requirements,
returned Canine Covers orders will incur a 15% restocking fee.
Canine Covers ship from the manufacturer via
ground service. Expedited and international shipping are not available.
For Christmas delivery, all Canine Cover products must be ordered no later than November 29th, 2016.