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DavidCharlton1965
[font=arial, helvetica, sans-serif]I recently bought a 'standard dog guard' from a company called Guardsman which i would definatly recommed! After trying to find a dog guard that is made specifically for my Mondeo Estate but not a dealership prices I came across this company. I previously bought a dog guard about 6 years ago for my 2003 reg Ford Mondeo but from a different company but comparing prices, Guardsman worked out cheaper. [/font][font=arial, helvetica, sans-serif]When it arrived I had no problems fitting single handedly.[/font]

[font=arial, helvetica, sans-serif]Heres the link if anyone is after one - [/font][font=arial, helvetica, sans-serif][url="http://www.dogcages.uk.com"]www.dogcages.uk.com[/url] [/font]
GMB
I bought one for my 2012 estate from the roofbox company, link below, I think it was about £55. Single hand fitting, works great. Cut and paste the link and have a look.

http://www.roofbox.co.uk/scripts/rbvehsel3.php?query=7495&emulate=dogguard&vptype=438013
Stoney871
Go for the Ford standard ones.
I use one on my car and it's solid and easy to fit/remove as necessary.
I also use a divider as I need to carry two dogs safely nearly every day.
read
Don't mean to hijack the thread but is there a guard available for a mk3 hatchback that can be left if and still allow the parcel shelf to be fitted......obviously it'd be removed before the dog went in!!!


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