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Outward Hound Denver Urban Dog Pack

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Outward Hound’s Denver Urban Dog Pack is great for adventurous furry friends! This lightweight backpack has two large pockets and two smaller zip pockets for storing your belongings like keys, a cellphone, waste bags, treats for your pup and more. The inside is padded for added comfort and the top is made of mesh to help keep your canine cool. Use the adjustable belly straps to find the right fit and balance, so your dog’s ready to take on his next ex-paw-dition with comfort and confidence. Attach his leash to the durable D-ring clip on the top of the pack or on the chest and get ready to conquer the day!

Key Benefits
  • Features two large pockets and two smaller pockets with zippers to keep your essentials safe, secure and handy.
  • Lightweight and comfortable for long walks and outdoor adventures.
  • Designed with adjustable belly straps, so you can find the best fit and proper balance for your pup.
  • Dual D-ring clips allow you to choose where you want to attach your dog’s leash—on the top of the pack or on the chest.
  • The layer of mesh on top helps create proper ventilation to keep your companion cool.

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  • Item Number
    159465
  • Dimensions
    12 x 11 x 2 inches
  • Weight
    2.72 ounces
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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    sadly, but no

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    On the surface this seemed like a good buy. The saddlebags are large enough for my stuff (IPad, etc.) and I like the look. However, it's impossible to fit correctly. The straps loosen all the time, causing the pack to slide over. I'm so disappointed because this makes it impossible to use.

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    Saddlebags

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    I liked it at first because it carrys you doggie bags and accessories. It is not well made for long term use. My dog has been wearing it less than a month and it's already ripped up. I admit it was my fault. I dropped the leash she ran and it caught on a sprinkler. It pulled my dog down. I go to free her and where the leash attached on her back had ripped away. On a single yank I call that poorly designed. I would not recommend.

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    I really like the canvas material that the bag is made of, and the pockets for the bag are roomy without any frills to them. There's 4 total pockets. Two big saddle pockets, each with a zippered pocket under the flap. There's also a ring on the front chest piece to allow for leading your dog that way (can prevent pulling in some dogs). However, the bag keeps sliding to the right or the left when I'm walking Stratus. I'm having to tighten the straps almost every other time we go for a walk. The straps do have a couple of velcro tabs on them, which is helpful to keep the excess from dangling. But, those very same tabs are annoying when I have to adjust the tightness. I make sure to keep I really like the canvas material that the bag is made of, and the pockets for the bag are roomy without any frills to them. There's 4 total pockets. Two big saddle pockets, each with a zippered pocket under the flap. There's also a ring on the front chest piece to allow for leading your dog that way (can prevent pulling in some dogs). However, the bag keeps sliding to the right or the left when I'm walking Stratus. I'm having to tighten the straps almost every other time we go for a walk. The straps do have a couple of velcro tabs on them, which is helpful to keep the excess from dangling. But, those very same tabs are annoying when I have to adjust the tightness. I make sure to keep the load on the backpack even, so I think the fault is the thickness or width of the straps. They just can't stay in place. Your mileage may vary, but I find myself not liking this bag overall. … more

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