A Backpack Pet Carrier Is Fun For Your Pet

- May 31, 2018 -

If you're not just going on a trek so your puppy can potty, but instead heading out to enjoy the fresh air during rainy or cold weather, a backpack pet carrier is a great way to take your friend along. Your pup's paws stay dry and warm, and he'll stay warmer in the carrier so close to your body. You'll stay warmer, too. Especially in the wintertime, carrying your pooch keeps his paws and pads from being exposed to the snow, ice and salt.

Long walks, hikes or bike rides:  Sure, it's great to walk your pet, but smaller animals have to take several steps to amount to one human step. Going for a healthy walk is one thing, but if you plan to go for miles, think of your dog's paws. If the trip is going to be very long, a backpack pet carrier offers your pooch a rest and the comfort of a nice ride for at least part of the journey. Especially if you're biking, your pet won't have to run to keep up the entire time, but you can still enjoy some quality time together.

Older or disabled animals: As your pooch ages, mobility becomes more difficult, just as it does for older people. Arthritis is a common problem. While regular walks are important to help combat the effects of aging, there might be times when being carried is the best option for your pooch. What better way than with a backpack pet carrier?

Hands-free:  If you carried your pooch in your arms, you couldn't ride a bike or do very much of anything. With a backpack pet carrier, your hands are free and your pet is comfortably carried on your back. You can do almost anything you would normally do without worry.

Safety:  A small animal can usually wriggle out of someone's arms pretty easily. One of the biggest dangers stems from them running into traffic or running far and becoming lost. A backpack pet carrier harnesses your pooch or cat inside so that he can't just jump out at any time. And many backpack pet carriers double as car-safety devices, so that you can strap your pet into a seatbelt for maximum safety within a car. Some are even airline-approved as carry-on luggage.

Comfort: Both for you and your four-legged friend. Most allow room for him to sit or stand comfortably, and can be adjusted with a rolled up towel in the bottom or with custom adjustments on some models, to allow your pup to lie down while traveling. For you, arm and shoulder straps are typically adjustable and padded. And the backpack pet carrier itself is lightweight, to spare your back.

A backpack pet carrier can come in a variety of colors and materials, designed to protect your four-legged friend, offer you maximum comfort, and and resist stains while looking stylish. In addition to those carried on the back, there are other models in different styles. Sling, tote and pouch styles all offer that close bonding experience as you're out on the go while offering comfort and safety to your pooch. Very tiny animals might need a rolled up towel or other cushion to serve as a bolster in the bottom of the device.

A backpack pet carrier is appropriate for animals 25 pounds and under, and as we've shown, an excellent traveling accessory for older and disabled animals. But any small animal can enjoy the experience.

If you're not just going on a trek so your puppy can potty, but instead heading out to enjoy the fresh air during rainy or cold weather, a backpack pet carrier is a great way to take your friend along. Your pup's paws stay dry and warm, and he'll stay warmer in the carrier so close to your body. You'll stay warmer, too. Especially in the wintertime, carrying your pooch keeps his paws and pads from being exposed to the snow, ice and salt.

Long walks, hikes or bike rides:  Sure, it's great to walk your pet, but smaller animals have to take several steps to amount to one human step. Going for a healthy walk is one thing, but if you plan to go for miles, think of your dog's paws. If the trip is going to be very long, a backpack pet carrier offers your pooch a rest and the comfort of a nice ride for at least part of the journey. Especially if you're biking, your pet won't have to run to keep up the entire time, but you can still enjoy some quality time together.

Older or disabled animals: As your pooch ages, mobility becomes more difficult, just as it does for older people. Arthritis is a common problem. While regular walks are important to help combat the effects of aging, there might be times when being carried is the best option for your pooch. What better way than with a backpack pet carrier?

Hands-free:  If you carried your pooch in your arms, you couldn't ride a bike or do very much of anything. With a backpack pet carrier, your hands are free and your pet is comfortably carried on your back. You can do almost anything you would normally do without worry.

Safety:  A small animal can usually wriggle out of someone's arms pretty easily. One of the biggest dangers stems from them running into traffic or running far and becoming lost. A backpack pet carrier harnesses your pooch or cat inside so that he can't just jump out at any time. And many backpack pet carriers double as car-safety devices, so that you can strap your pet into a seatbelt for maximum safety within a car. Some are even airline-approved as carry-on luggage.

Comfort: Both for you and your four-legged friend. Most allow room for him to sit or stand comfortably, and can be adjusted with a rolled up towel in the bottom or with custom adjustments on some models, to allow your pup to lie down while traveling. For you, arm and shoulder straps are typically adjustable and padded. And the backpack pet carrier itself is lightweight, to spare your back.

A backpack pet carrier can come in a variety of colors and materials, designed to protect your four-legged friend, offer you maximum comfort, and and resist stains while looking stylish. In addition to those carried on the back, there are other models in different styles. Sling, tote and pouch styles all offer that close bonding experience as you're out on the go while offering comfort and safety to your pooch. Very tiny animals might need a rolled up towel or other cushion to serve as a bolster in the bottom of the device.

A backpack pet carrier is appropriate for animals 25 pounds and under, and as we've shown, an excellent traveling accessory for older and disabled animals. But any small animal can enjoy the experience.


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