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Do You Tote Your Pets?

Although my pal already bought a pretty pricey carrier for her new pup, I fell in love with this London Pet Tote ($99) while scouring the Internet for our Collar Matching Mission, and only wish that North was still a baby so I could have a reason to buy it for his bus trips! It seems North is my excuse to buy things more than I realize!

This product got me wondering how many people actually tote their pets around, not just on public transportation, but just walking around the city or even in the suburbs. So I want to know: How many of you carry your pets around in a tote bag?

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Jcosgrove Jcosgrove 7 years
Be very careful of the return policies at the Sassy Pet Boutique! They are not listed where the items is described, which I think they should be for "non returnable items." I purchased a dog carrier and didn't like the material and wanted to exchange it for a different style. I was told I couldn't and to look at their return policy. When I went back to the website, it says not returns on certain items for sanitary reasons. My dog never even saw the carrier let alone got in it. When you look closely, just about every item is not able to be returned. Given their prices - I would suggest you shop somewhere else for dog carriers.
devils devils 7 years
I'd love to be able to get my cat to do that. She's too timid to just be held outside, I'm afraid she'll squirm her way out of my arms. But I'd like to do it just so I can take her outside every now and then so she can 'experience' the outside world in a safe way
bredou bredou 7 years
Watch out! This particular bag does not pass airline inspection! I was sent home from the airport because they would not allow me to use it for my pet. Your dog/cat must be able to STAND UP FULLY and TURN AROUND in order to fly in this bag. This bag, (and a lot of bags) do not support this, even for pets under 10 lbs. Also, I bought this bag from the Sassy Pup Boutique in CA who ensured it was airline approved, however, after going through the whole ordeal they would not help me at all with a return or a store credit and were very very mean about the whole process.
darlene darlene 7 years
he can walk, so its easier, plus he gets energy out so its good for me
niche niche 7 years
I carry around my hedgehogs in a tote bag. It's a lot easier to manage than a carrier.
runnergeek runnergeek 7 years
I would carry max, if he would fit!! but he's def. too big.
javsmav javsmav 7 years
I have a cute isaac mizrahi cat carrier from Target that I use to take my cat to the vet. I don't have a car, so I rent a zipcar which requires animals to be in a carrier. He's 16 pounds though, so it's a little difficult to carry him around.
nrmunch55 nrmunch55 7 years
My dog weighs 17 lbs...No way am I lugging his heavy butt around in a purse lol although he'd probably love it lol
mnp mnp 7 years
I tote Fuji when he gets tired or when it is really warm outside. I'll let him walk on his own for a bit when he starts to pant too much, I carry him.
MrsJigglesworth MrsJigglesworth 7 years
We have too many (8) dogs to choose just 1 or 2 to take with in a carrier. We alternate outings, but never in a carrier.
Jillz1128 Jillz1128 7 years
I can't with my big puppy, but I am going to have to to take my new puppy to the vet and on the plane. Other than that, no.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 7 years
...I'm pretty sure my kitty would try to murder me if I did that hahaha!
Renees3 Renees3 7 years
B-Bop usually walks, but when we go into a store I pick him up. Yesterday he was being all squirmy pants so I just set him in my purse and he was fine. He's only 12 lbs but he sure felt heavy in there!
secretallstar secretallstar 7 years
No way would my dogs sit still for that, even if they were small enough. Although, I kinda love that bag. For me.
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