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Sherpa Pet Carrier

Hey neighbors!

Can you believe we still have some pet products to review?  This new one that Hope's Cafe is sharing is perfect when you have to travel with a small dog or perhaps your cat.  Sherpa makes some really great products.  See what she has to say.

Do any of y'all ever bring your dog along while traveling? Whether flying or driving, I have a lot of friends who bring their dogs on vacations and road trips quite frequently. Of course one of the big issues is how to transport your pet; finding room for a metal or plastic crate can be hard, not to mention the trouble of carrying it. Well, for all your pet travel needs, remember Sherpa Pet! We're talking some seriously nice travel options for cats and dogs!

I received the Sherpa Element Duffle for review. The large size is for pets up to 20 pounds, so anything from a tiny chihuahua to one of the small terrier breeds or poodle could fit in here comfortably. The Element Duffle has so many great features, so let me share some of "my favorite things".

The duffle, first of all, looks classy. It's a pet carrier that you would feel comfortable carrying on to a plane while dressed in a business suit! Seriously, the tan and red with brown leather straps, won't look out of place no matter where you are. I also like that it has a handy tag to put your pet's name, and your name and contact information. 

One thing you won't have to worry about while carrying your pet in the Element duffle, is your pet's comfort. This comes with a removable (for washing) faux lambskin liner that is super soft and comfy for your pet! So much better than bringing your dog along in one of those uncomfortable plastic kennels! There are also quite a few vented screen areas, so your pet will get plenty of fresh air. 

The Element Duffle is designed for travel, whether you're taking a plane or car. It has a built-in seatbelt strap for riding in the car, and it is also guaranteed on board at 7 when flying through 7 different airlines, including Delta and AirTran! 

If you enjoy bringing your pet along when you travel, or even just need an easy way to transport them to the vet or the local park, then I recommend you check out Sherpa's great selection of pet carriers today. 

One of our readers will receive an Element in their choice of size!!

What a beautiful carrier.  Perfect for quick trips or even long ones.  I am sure our cat would enjoy it too!  Be sure to enter this giveaway.  I know several people who could use one of these.

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Joanne said…
I like the Large Ultimate On Wheels.
molly pitcher said…
I like the cat carrier because of the fun leopard print! Although I don't have a cat!
molly pitcher said…
Love the cat carrier because of the leopard print. I think a dog could rock it!
Steph said…
I like the Sherpa Original Deluxe carrier.
I like the leopard print cat tote.
Linda Szymoniak said…
I really like the Cat Tote!
tannawings said…
I really like their cat tote!
ellen beck on rafflecopter
Sara said…
sherpa ultimate on wheels!
Sara said…
sherpa ultimate on wheels!
Caitlyn said…
I like the Cat Tote.
Barbara Montag said…
I also like the Original Deluxe Carrier - thank you.
ale ol said…
Can be used anytime
Anonymous said…
I like tote around town!!:)
Fawn said…
I love the Leopard Cat Tote
tannawings said…
GFC both you and PI as tannawings

ellen beck on rafflecopter
cman said…
Original deluxe.
I like the America Airlines Tote.
Come Fly With Me.
Let's Fly Away.
phxbne said…
leopard print cat tote.
lmurley2000 said…
I like the Sherpa ultimate on wheels

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