Rated 5 out of 5 by Cindy Easy to use
I searched for a wheeled carrier that would accommodate my LARGE cats (17-18 lbs) and this works, but I doubt it would comfortably hold a larger pet. It is well made and much easier to use than a regular carrier. It's also very versatile and attractive, but it is small. Still...very functional and rolling is so much better than lifting my big cats!
December 23, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by DogLover33414 Great product!
I love this travel bag for my four pound Yorkie. It is sleek, slim, and yet spacious enough to provide a comfortable ride for my dog. In the black color, the netting blends in so much that it doesn't look like a dog bag at all! We like to go incognito!
December 27, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rosie This product has great features
I wanted a bag for my Cat that would fit in my rear bicycle basket. Most pet carriers do not have height which does not allow the pet to sit up. This carrier is not only roomy enough for my cat to lie down but he can also sit up and enjoy the ride as it fits right in my bicycle basket. The side extensions make it a little roomier; but yet, it is compact enough so it is a comfortable backpack when transferring my pet from my bicycle basket to a walk downtown Dunedin. The fact that I have the option to wheel the carrier around is a plus, and good size side pockets for treats and a leash. Well made, I would recommend for cat lovers or mini pets. If you need something bigger, for use as a car seat the I Go2 Traveler is the way to go. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find a bicycle basket big enough to fit this carrier in. All the same great features just bigger, have a pet fun day.
September 18, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Traveler Handy for air travel for small pets
Our 9.5 lb shitzu traveled comfortably in this carrier. The suitcase-like handle and wheels were convenient in the airport and the wheels or shoulder straps made getting on and off the plane easier. The carrier meets airline guidelines and fits mostly under the seat on the plane although it left little room for my feet. When the carrier is lying down the handle end is not quite as tall as the wheel end, so that was a little cramped for our pet. Use caution when using the tethers with the door unzipped: the pet can still jump out of the carrier with potential for injury, but can't run away. We acclimated our dog to the carrier by laying it on the ground and periodically tossing treats far into it so she had to get in to retrieve them.
October 9, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amie A good pet carrier for dogs; cats not so much.
The carrier is good, priced well, handles well, etc., but I wouldn't recommend it for cats. My 13 lb cat could not "hide" in it when it was upright, and it was too small for her when it was on its side as it would be under the seat of a airplane.
November 17, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by crooztime1 neat/compact
While the directions for setting this up were very vague, that is no reflection on Chewy.com. I think this carrier is great for me, as my cat is heavy and it eases the situation when having to bring her from place to place, I am parcially disabled and cannot carry her when the need comes up. This relieves me of that problem.
November 10, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by slav2709 big helper
It is a must have for all of us who love traveling with our (small) dogs. I did not still use it for a trip, but my dog stayed calm when put inside. It seams a bit small though. That is the reason I did not give it 5 stars. However the Chewy service is unparalleled. They are the best with it's fast, reliable and reasonably priced.
November 9, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by PeaniesMom Sturdy, dog loves it!
It arrived, and within 30 minutes we trained our 4 month old puppy to jump in. He loves it! He started out at 4 pounds, and is currently 7. He still fits great! We opted not to use the "included soft pad", since he pulled that up within seconds and it wasn't really that soft. I put in a washable pillow that fits perfectly. I'm a little confused on what the Velcro is for in the mesh (he tends to want to chew on that, but a quick no stops that). The only downside is that it is front heavy. If you have a dog in there and have it free standing, it falls forward if he/she leans in that direction. He's taken quite a few headers. We've put the strap in drawers, to stop it or taken a bungee to be able to wrap it around a table leg.
September 4, 2016