Dogs (and even cats) are loving the K9 Sport Sack all over the world! With that being said, there are a few of questions to consider before getting your good boi or girl the ride of a lifetime.
This page will cover all the information you need to make a purchase of the K9 Sport Sack.
On a daily basis the most frequently asked questions are:
How does the carrier work?
Which size do I need?
Is the K9 Sport Sack safe to use?
Which model do I need?
At K9 Sport Sack, we understand that finding the perfect carrier for your pup comes with lots of questions and consideration. From what works best for a growing puppy to wondering if this will work for a motorcycle ride, there’s a lot to consider! On a daily basis one question we get the most is: “Which model will work best for my dog and I?"
For this week's blog post we break down which model will work for best for you and your dog depending on your lifestyle, activities, and hobbies.
If you’re anything like us, you’ve constantly been trying to get the latest news on when life will go back to normal and we can finally get back to the outdoors. While that date is still uncertain, that doesn’t mean we can’t plan ahead and get our post coronavirus bucket lists ready to go! Here’s our list for the place we’re running to first as soon as we all get the green light do so.
With COVID-19 affecting so many of us, we may be wondering how all of this has affected our dogs for good or for bad? As we begin to adjust back to “normal” life over the next few months, here are a few insights we have seen at K9 Sport Sack via social media and our own lives that may help.
If you are a dog owner, you have experienced the joy and pain of having to stay indoors with your dog for multiple days. While there can be a variety of reasons for staying indoors with your dog from freezing cold days to a virus locking you down, we all wonder what we can do to avoid getting stir crazy. In this blog we will be giving you a few helpful suggestions to help navigate this part of dog ownership!
Today's blog post is all about loving your pet! We feature our friend Monica Mizzi from Pet Life today. Monica is a freelance writer and digital marketer with a soft spot for all fluffy creatures. She’s written 100+ articles about animal care, ranging from how to train puppies to the healthiest pet snacks on the market. She currently writes for Pet Life Today. Check out our favorite ways to pampering your pet!
This week's post features guest writer Mariah Hammond from iHeartDogs. Mariah dives into how the modern day work place is becoming more and more dog friendly. From the different ways to get your pup to the office, to corporate dog policies, and everything in-between, Mariah brings you up to speed on everything you need to know when it comes to dog's in the work place. Be sure to leave a comment below on what you think and what we should write about next!
On this week's blog post, we feature a post written our good friend Amanda Runge. She talks about some of the things that she's learned as she's hiked and traveled with Winky through the years. These tips and tricks are very important to ensure that you and you dog have a fun and safe adventure together.
Amanda is a gifted blogger, traveler, writer, and loves to share her adventures with her dog Winky. Be sure to follow their adventures together on Instagram by following @she.hikes.utah
Perhaps one of the most exciting parts of dog ownership is the day you bring home that new dog! I myself just brought home a floppy little guy a few weeks ago. If you have brought home a new dog, you have experienced the range of emotions that come from bringing a puppy or rescue home. If you have never owned a dog, it can seem overwhelming to think about the responsibility of caring for a new dog. You may wonder the moment your dog walks into your house and pees on your favorite rug, what have I gotten myself into? If you are feeling that way, this blog is perfect for you.
This weeks blog post features Mariah Hammond from Iheartdogs! The great folks at Iheartdogs have been doing amazing things in the dog space for years. Their resume includes 17M shelter meals donated,160K toys donated, $324K funded for service dogs, 28K blankets donated, 211K rescue miles funded.
Todays post will be discussing some great tips for traveling with your pet!
This blog post will feature a guest writer! Karen, who is our wonderful customer service representative, will be writing about her experience with customer service.
We will be featuring some down right cute pictures of customers and their pups so be sure to read!
In today's blog post we talk about a few tips for keeping your pup safe during the cold winter months.
Some tips include:
Read the full article below and be sure to leave your thoughts!