The Best Carriers for Your Pup, Depending on How You Travel

The Best Carriers for Your Pup, Depending on How You Travel


Ever since we saw this guy sticking his husky in an over-sized tote bag to take him on the subway, we've been kind of obsessed with finding the perfect carrier. We rounded up some of the best modes of canine transportation, to help you bring your pup on your next adventure.

On the Subway

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Keep your dog secure and comfortable between stops with this durable (and stylish) Canvas Pet Tote, which has a handy place for your pup's head to rest.

On a Drive

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Not only is the Sleepypod a safe place for your pup to ride—it straps in and has been crash-tested—it's also a cozy bed to sleep in wherever you arrive.

On an Airplane

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The airline-approved "I-GO2 Traveler" roller bag takes some of the stress out of flying with your pup, with its tether that can be attached to your pup's harness.

On a Bike

Ditch the Toto basket (especially if you've got a bigger dog) and hitch the Doggyride trailer to your bike. Bonus: it can also double as a crate.

On a Hike

The K9 Sports Sack is perfect for a puppy-back ride, when you want to give your dog a break from the trails. The mesh design will keep your pup cool too.

Walking the Streets

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Pop your pup in the BETTERS sling bag when you're strolling around the city. The bag has a padded strap to keep your shoulders comfy, and a detatchable mesh cover.

For a Sleepover

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The lightweight PetNation Port-a-Crate has a carrying strap to transport your pup and is easy to set up and collapse. Pick up this fleece crate bed to make it more comfy.

Anna Palazzi

Anna Palazzi

Intern at Ollie. I got 99 problems, but my dog ain't one.

  NY

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