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Should I bite the bullet and get the factory dog guard? It looks pretty good, a bit more than I wanted to spend at about $180. Main consideration is durability and stability with ease of removal a close second. Any suggestions? I have seen a couple of people mention that some universal types may not stay in place very well. Tired of mopping up drool after every visit to the dog park, I figure this will keep tongue and leather apart. Thanks!
 

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Should I bite the bullet and get the factory dog guard? It looks pretty good, a bit more than I wanted to spend at about $180. Main consideration is durability and stability with ease of removal a close second. Any suggestions? I have seen a couple of people mention that some universal types may not stay in place very well. Tired of mopping up drool after every visit to the dog park, I figure this will keep tongue and leather apart. Thanks!
I've never seen an aftermarket barrier that I'd consider to be sturdy enough to stop anything but the most passive dog.
You get what you pay for.
Keep an eye out on Craigslist and eBay for used ones. I got a great deal on the one for my 2012.

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