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Old 01-24-2013, 08:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone own this dog carrier? Recommend?
Harry is a mini and need to get a bigger bag that fits him. His current carrier is way too small but after many trusted months is use, he loves it... he will even jump into it on his accord, so am loathed to replace it. However it's not great for me in that its horrible to use. Bad strap. Poor quality fabric. Yuk.

This contemplated dog carrier is $$$ so want to check if anyone has used it. Spending money is okay. Wasting money, no.


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I don't own one but I have drooled over them at the store, they look very well made felt really sturdy and my little Biewer Yorkie jumped right in when I opened it up.
I don't need an other bad or else I would have bought it!
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I have one. It's really nice - very sturdy and very comfy for the human to carry it around. I flew with him in it. We went to classes and vet's clinic in it. We rode on buses in it.

I am getting ready to sell it though. My Mini has outgrown it (long ago, actually) and I'm not seeing myself getting a puppy anytime soon.
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I have one. It's really nice - very sturdy and very comfy for the human to carry it around. I flew with him in it. We went to classes and vet's clinic in it. We rode on buses in it.

I am getting ready to sell it though. My Mini has outgrown it (long ago, actually) and I'm not seeing myself getting a puppy anytime soon.
Your mini is too big for the bag? How big is your mini? Harry is about 12inches to his shoulder so am wondering if he will be too big for it now
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My boy is an oversized mini. He is turning 3 yrs old next month and measures at 17.5" at the shoulders.
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Oh ok. Thanks. As Harry is 12inches and 8 months and assuming he won't grow much more then this bag may be just about big enough for him. Frustratingly none of the local shops have it so I can have a look but the local online retailers sell it


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Too bad we are not going to Singapore till the end of 2013. We (at least my husband) usually go once a year.
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As he was dozing last night I measured the him nose to bum (legs not stretch out) and just about okay. He can lay down. (Felt bit weird as suddenly felt like an undertaker!)


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Bought!!!
1. The carrier is not exactly light
2. Well made and constructed
3. Can't fault the design
4. Inner cushion is black. Top mesh is black. Harry is black. Not great for check up on him
5. He popped on the cushion. Zipped up. On the strap. Walked the living room. Ok for me to carry. He was laying down happy.
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