Initially, it didn’t seem likely that three layers of towels would slide easily through our sewing machine, so I started by loosely hand stitching the layers together with orange embroidery thread. It wasn’t hard, but it took a long while and I wasn’t sure it would be strong enough. Eventually, my curiosity won over and I found myself testing the limits of my little Singer. Excitedly, my machine ate through the thick layers with ease. So, I stitched across the car hammock horizontally in four places.
Anyone who's driven with a dog in the back seat knows it can be a hassle. If your pet isn't sliding onto the floor, he's jumping into the front seat, oblivious to the dangers of distracting the driver. Luckily, a cheap DIY car hammock can keep your dog in his place during your next road trip.
That’s where the $64 Car Hammock could come in handy. Installation takes about five minutes, and it can be stashed in your trunk should you decide you need a break.
With the dog car hammock, you can happily enjoy the ride with your best pet friend. The days of scrubbing the back seat to remove the pet hair and mud residue are gone. You will also have a safer driving, as the hammock protects you and your dog when you had to break hard, for example. These portable hammocks are also very useful in reducing dog smell getting trapped into the back seat cloth.