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As the owner of two Golden Retrievers, and knowing that the younger of two was very good at getting past the load barrier on my 05 Pilot, one decision I needed to make was get a good dog barrier.
I found it in Www.travall.com who manufacture in England but warehouse product in the US.
I just installed their barrier into my 2016 Touring and it's good quality, fits well and requires no tools to install. Just scissors to open the box and packages inside.

It uses the trunk load barriers to secure itself at he bottom while the top section has rubber feet resting on the rear window "sill" and C pillar. Made of metal, I don't think it's going anywhere.

Highly recommended!

https://www.travall.com/en-us/honda/the-travall-guard-tdg1392
 

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If you need any photos tell me what you want. It's pretty well documented on their site.
Did close to 100 miles today no rattles.
 

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Hey, we always need pictures, especially cute toddlers. How about one with the toddler and the dog in the CR-V?
 
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Toddler? My youngest is 17 and drives my old Pilot....
 

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16000 miles later it's doing exactly what I needed. Having the divider helps.
 

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Can't believe I'm now over 51,000 miles. Dog guard still there. Its a tight squeeze for three large dogs but they can do it.
 
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