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Dog Lovers!

New Adventures Await!

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Let's face it. Going on an adventure isn't truly complete unless your best friend can join in on the fun. 

Sometimes that's easier said than done. Maybe your dog runs out of steam, can't sit comfy in your current carrier, or you don't know how to even bring your pup along! 

Fortunately, the K9 Sport Sack has your back. Literally. For over 10 years, our carriers have been designed, tested, and stood the test of thousands of dogs everywhere. And we mean everywhere. 

With a K9 Sport Sack, you'll never have to leave your pup behind and can open the possibilities of new adventures together. 

Let's Get Started!

Here at K9 Sport Sack, the most
frequently asked questions are:

1. How does the carrier work?
2. Which model do I need? 
3. Which size do I need?
4. Is the K9 Sport Sack safe to use?

We're here to make sure these questions get answered
so you and your dog feel confident using 
the K9 Sport Sack.

Click on the buttons below
to learn more!

Which Model Do I Need?

As your browse the models below, think to yourself about what types of activities you
and your dog are looking to do with the K9 Sport Sack. 

We currently have 5 models that cater to various hobbies,
activities, and lifestyles. 

All models include these standard safety features:

  • Carabiner safety clip to keep your dog safe and secure inside the bag.
  • Non-slip back zipper for supporting your dog's back.
  • Side cinch straps to keep your dog in a forward position.
  • Collar enclosure to keep your dog safe inside the bag.

Each carrier also comes standard with a strip for
custom name patches as seen here

The Air 2

The Air 2 is perfect for dog owners looking to do short to
moderate adventures.

This could include hiking for a mile or two, bike rides, or 
catching the train together. 

The Air 2 holds a max weight of 30 pounds/13 kg and
comes in sizes Extra Small-Large.

Some key features include:

  • Padded shoulder straps for your comfort.
  • A chest clip to keep the bag secure.
  • Lumbar straps to provide extra support your dog's back (excluding size XS).
  • Side panels for ventilation. 

The Plus 2

The Plus 2 was built for the avid adventurer!

It’s the go-to carrier for people that love going
on longer, more strenuous hikes
and outings with their dog. 

It holds a max weight of 40 pounds/18 kg
and comes in sizes Small-Large.

Some key features include: 

  • An extra storage bag that clips on and off the carrier as needed.
  • A padded back panel for comfort.
  • A chest clip to keep the carrier secure. 
  • Our thickest, most comfortable shoulder straps.
  • Side panels for ventilation.
  • Lumbar straps to provide extra back support for your dog. 

The Rover 

The Rover was made for the big dogs. 

It's great for public transportation, older pups that can't
adventure like they used to, or fun
new adventures like a bike ride together.

Not using it for your dog? The Rover doubles as
a hiking backpack!

It comes in sizes Large-Double Extra Large and holds up to 80 pounds/ 36 kg.
See it in action here.

Some key features include:

  • A hip belt for weight distribution.
  • An internal frame.
  • An extra storage bag that clips on and off as needed.
  • Side panels for ventilation. 
  • Lumbar straps to provide extra back support for your dog. 
  • Weight distribution straps. 

We expect a new shipment of the Rover to arrive by mid June 2020.
Please email to be added to our waitlist.

The Urban 2 

The Urban 2 is perfect for showing your pup the town!

It's great for casual strolls
around your city, bike rides, or using public transportation together. 

It holds up to 30 pounds/ 13 kg and comes in sizes Extra Small-Large.  

Some key features include: 

  • Faux leather accents.
  • Silver buckles. 
  • Updated shoulder straps for extra comfort. 
  • Side panels for ventilation.

The Trainer 

The Trainer is our entry level model making it a perfect affordable
option for growing dogs and puppies.

It's great for casual strolls around town, short hikes, bike rides, or 
using public transportation.

It holds up to 30 pounds/ 13 kg and comes in sizes Extra Small-Large.  

Some key features include: 

  • Side panels for ventilation.
  • Lumbar straps to provide extra support for your dog's back (excluding size XS).
  • Side pocket for carrying water. 

See how each model compares to each other below.

This comparison guide is found on each product page. 

Which Size Do I Need?

Sizing is crucial to having the best experience with your K9 Sport Sack.

In order to get the best size, the most important things to consider are: 

  • What to do to get the best sized carrier. 
  • What to do if you have a puppy/growing dog.
  • What to do if your dog is in between two sizes.

Best Practice 
Measure your dog length wise from collar to base of tail and
chest girth.

Once you know the measurements and the carrier you'd like to buy,
click on the arrow of the corresponding sizing guide below.

We recommend looking into how big
your dog will most likely become
(length, chest girth, and weight)
based on breed and/or parent's
size if possible.

Then, purchase that sized carrier and
get a booster block or two to use until
your dog is fully grown.

Booster Blocks
Corgis that are between sizes should size up and get
a booster block. These foam pads
add 3 inches to the bottom of your carrier
to give your pup a lift 

You can find them here.

Common Breeds
If you don't have a way to measure your pup, this is an alternative to getting the right size.
Remember that dogs come in all shapes and sizes so
if possible, measuring is your best bet.

We have a 60 day exchange warranty if you get the
wrong size and a 30 day money back return warranty.

Need some additional help?

Check out our Sizing Guide video here!
You can also chat with us on Facebook or Instagram

Is The K9 Sport Sack Safe To Use?

Health Concerns
Our carriers were designed under
the close supervision of
multiple veterinarians to ensure maximum
comfort and safety.

Will This Hurt My Corgi's Back?
No, if the K9 Sport Sack is used properly, you should not
have any issues with your dog's back.

Each bag is equipped with
a lumbar strap for
extra back support.

However, if your Corgi
has pre-existing health concerns
or we recommend consulting
your veterinarian before purchasing.

During the consultation, it
will be important to
know your dog may stand on the base
of the bag at first, but will
settle in to sit in an upright
position on their bottom.

Their front paws will be exposed and
resting on your shoulders. 

We recommend using the carrier
for 30-45 minutes at a time. 

Back To The Top

How Does The Carrier Work?

Click here to see how to best load
your dog into the carrier. 

Best Practice 

  • Put front paws through the
    carrier and then clip collar enclosure
  • Place hind legs into the bag and
    then zip the bag up. 
  • Place the collar enclosure buckle
    through the zipper loop. 
  • Tightly secure each lumbar strap,
    side cinch, and collar enclosure.
  • Always clip the carabiner to your
    dog's collar.
  • Make sure shoulder straps are pulled tight to
    lift the carrier and avoid any sagging. You want your
    dog to be riding high on your back!

    If your dog can't see
    over your shoulders
    , adjust
    the bag up.
  • We recommend 30-45 minutes at a time
    in the carrier.

Check out this video here when you have
to put the carrier on alone.