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:
Each carrier also comes standard with a strip for
custom name patches as seen here.
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:
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.
You can also look into getting the Trainer model
which is our entry level bag. It's a great
affordable option for puppies.
Dogs 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.
If you don't have a way to measure your pup, this is an alternative to getting
the right size.
Please keep in mind that dogs come in all
shapes and sizes so if you're able, measuring is your best bet.
We have a 60 day exchange warranty if you get the
wrong size and a 30 day money back warranty.
Our carriers were designed under
the close supervision of
multiple veterinarians to ensure maximum
comfort and safety.
Will This Hurt My Dog'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 dog
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.