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  • Wenaha Explorer III Dog Backpack Wenaha Explorer III Dog Backpack

Wenaha Explorer III Dog Backpack

Quick Overview

This dog backpack comes with a saddle which mounts on the dog and separate saddlebags attached with Velcro fasteners, with the addition of reflective tape for those night walks.


Available in Red, Blue or Green.

Availability: In stock

£69.99

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£69.99

Details

This pack comes with a saddle which mounts on the dog and separate saddlebags attached with velcro fasteners, with the addition of reflective tape.  The under saddle has a loop to hook your leash.

500 denier nylon.

SIZES:
Small (18-32kg / 40-70 lb)
Medium (32-45kg / 70-100 lb)
Large (45kg+ / over 100 lb).

Backpacking is an increasingly popular activity, allowing you to get your dog to share the rigours of the hike along with the responsibility of carrying some of their own supplies such as water and treats.

Dogs generally thrive when given a purpose or task and carrying a backpack often brings out the best in a dog. Many dogs which misbehave on a lead may calm down when given responsibility and a purpose such as to carry a backpack. When choosing a pack, consider the type of work, size, weight of the load, and the physical ability of your dog. All packs come with solid panels across the top rather than web straps that focus the load in just a few places. The weight is distributed evenly for the least strain and greatest capacity. These packs are designed, sewn, tested, and used by people who really care about dogs.

Please note it is important not to overload your dog and to gradually build your dogs strength and fitness when introducing them to backpacking.

Why not have a look at our guide to backpacking.

Additional Information

Dog Weight10-20Kg, 20-30Kg, 30-40Kg, 40-50Kg
ManufacturerWenaha

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