Travel used to be such a stylish affair

One of the things I love about having a smaller dog is that he is conveniently compact for my traveling pleasure. Oscar loves to tag along with me in a travel bag – in fact, he prefers it to walking (lazy little bugger!). But I have a certain style when it comes to the ideal dog travel carrier. Not only does it have to carry my dog, it also needs to boast a comfortable design, plenty of storage space and envy-inducing glares from anyone who peeps it. And with all of these prerequisites in mind, I present to you my Top 10 Dog Carriers For Fashionable Trekkers.

The designer dog carriers of PuchiBag are functional, fashionable, and trendy

If you're going to carry your dog, you might as well do it in style. Our fashionable dog handbags come in a variety of colors from rich reds to cool blues. Offered in a number of styles to suit your personal tastes, these designer pet carriers provide function without sacrificing fashion. For dogs regularly on the move, take a look at . These give your dog a comfortable, secure place to sleep which can lower stress while traveling.

It still can be, even with a furry friend in tow

Shop our dog boutique for trendy dog carries that look like regular purses BK Atelier Dog Carrier Bridget Charcoal -Is it a dog bag? Is it a trendy purse? ItÆs both! ItÆs the Bridget Carrier! Your friends will never believe your beautiful new purse is actually for your sweet pup!

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The designer dog carriers of PuchiBag are functional, fashionable, and trendy. These bags were crafted to complement the style of both the dog owner and their dog. Their carriers are perfect for you and your fashionable furry friend.

This Pet Carrier can withstand up to a 20 Lb Weight Capacity


If your pet isn’t used to traveling in a carrier, it would be a good idea to get him/her accustomed to the pet carrier for at least one month prior to flying. You can leave the carrier open on the floor for your pet to have unlimited access to it. Put some treats or toys inside so they will see it as a friendly place. Take the pet for car rides in the carrier so it can adapt to traveling in a crate. Finally, don’t feed your dog for four to six hours before the flight and have water available for hydration before the flight.