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July 3, 2007

Outward Hound Car Window Dog Chin Rest



Melanie D. G. Kaplan reviewed it in the July 1, 2007 Washington Post Travel section, as follows.

    Outward Hound Auto Window Bumper

    Driver Says: Larger dogs that can rest their chin on the window might appreciate the padded holder, and drivers might like fewer nose smudges on the window. The cushion clips onto a partially opened window in seconds, but it's a hassle to take it off every time the window is fully opened or closed. In addition, I'm not convinced that dogs need a soft cushion for their chins.

    Dog Says: Chin rest, pshaw! All a dog needs is fresh air running through one's fur at 25 mph.

    Grade: C


I dunno.

It seems to me that if your dog could talk she/he might be barking, "Finally."


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