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Lightweight, Durable Backpack with Quick Release Straps
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Dog Backpack - SALE!
Dog Backpack - SALE!Dog Backpack - SALE!Dog Backpack - SALE!
Item #:dog-backpack
Regular Price:$59.99
Sale Price:$34.99  You Save $25.00 (42%)
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Quick Release Dog Backpack with removable pack provides maximum comfort and convenience for your dog when hiking, camping or just on the go.


Product De-Tails:
  • Removable pack attaches to the body harness part securely with Velcro, making this custom designed backpack easy to remove or reattach during rest stops.
  • Superior design features large storage pockets, reflective accents for high visibility and easy access to pack's contents.
  • Removable pack takes weight off dog while at rest and allows easy access to contents
  • Reflective accents and bright colors for increased visibility
  • Large pockets that feature wide openings and zipper closures to carry food and water
  • Pack includes interior mesh pockets and elastic water bottle holder



Tips For Using A Back Pack with Your Dog:
  • Put the backpack on without anything in the pockets at first. Let your dog get used to it. Go for 2-4 walks with the backpack empty.
  • If your dog is ignoring the backpack after 2-4 walks (many dogs even become eager to put it on once they connect the backpack to a walk), begin adding weight a little at a time. Go by the size of your dog. For large dogs try a 12-ounce bottle of water on each side. For a medium dogs, start with 4 oz or less.
  • Be sure you have even weight on each side of the backpack.
  • Go for 2-4 walks with each weight before adding more. Keep the first walk with the new heavier weight short; donít try to do a two-mile hike if youíve just added weight.
  • Do not add more than 10% of your dogís own weight to the backpacks. For a 25-lb dog, donít add more than two and a half pounds total (a pound and a quarter on each side).
  • In the summertime, larger dogs can haul chilled bottles of water. This can help cool the dog.
  • Owners of small dogs sometimes use beans to add weight to their dogsí packs. Beans conform to the dogís body, making the load comfortable. Plus, you have good control over exactly how much weight you add, and can add more in small increments.






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