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Prefer Pets Dog Carrier

Doggy Days Post #2

Hey Neighbors,

Another beautiful day out here At the Fence. I have another really great addition to our Doggy Days Event. I love this one. I know I have done several posts before that include Roxie, our Morkie and this will be one more. We received the most beautiful Dog Carrier! It is pink! (Which makes my 10 year old happy too!) I have to say in advance this is one of the sturdiest, soft sided carriers I have seen. It comes with plastic inserts to help it retain it's shape, but you can remove them for storage convenience.

I just have to describe all the benefits to this carrier. It's measurements are:12" H x 17" W and 10" D. It will carry up to 20 lbs. So my 6 lb. Morkie has no problems with using this carrier. The Carrier has been approved for most airline in-cabin carry on. I love that it has zippered openings at each end and on top, with mesh windows for air ventilation. Each opening also comes with a zippered cover for the mesh windows, that roll back and velcro when not in use. It comes with small handles for carrying, or a shoulder strap. If you are like me, you will use the shoulder strap and rest your hands on the smaller handles. (The shoulder strap is padded.) There is an outside pocket that is perfect for a leash or maybe some dog treats. There is a luggage tag where you can place identifying information. I really appreciate the removable insert which has a detachable soft pad. The pad is actually attached by velcro, so you can remove it for cleaning. Another feature that is a plus is the short leash with snap on the end inside the carrier which you can attach to your dog's collar. This means you do not have to be afraid you dog will escape and run when you open the carrier.

This picture shows the top opening and the side view of the carrier.

The nice ventilated opening.

Here you can see the soft inside with the snap to attach to your dog's collar.

This picture shows the hard plastic insert with the removable cover.

The picture above is of the convenient pocket.

This is one of the end openings with the cover zipped up.

The carrier is made of a nice pink nylon shell. It feels extremely durable. Roxie of course loves to ride in here when she can not be loose or when she occasionally needs a place to stay out of trouble.

Prefer Pets makes some of the nicest pet carriers. You can find them on CSN. Presently through CSN they are $58.95 with free shipping. I am sure if you have a pint size pet he/she will enjoy their Prefer Pets Carrier!

Disclosure: I received no monetary compensation for this review. I did receive a Dog Carrier for review purposes. All quotes are taken from the Prefer Pets website or email. All thoughts and opinions are mine.


Janet W. said…
This bag is so cute. I love the extra storage pocket. Wish my dog had one of these!
janetfaye said…
I love this Dog Carrier, thanks for the review.

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