Outward Hound QR Dog Back Pack

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Outward Hound Quick Release Dog Backpack

Outward Hound is a great combination of innovation and quality.  The Quick Release Backpack is perfect example of that.  Removable pack takes weight off the dog while at rest and allows easy access to contents.  Reflective accents and bright colors give increased visibilty for when you are on the trail, or even around town.  Large pockets feature wide openings and zipper closures to carry food and water.  The backpack also includes interior mesh pockets and an elastic water bottle holder.  It is often used for active working dogs, it gives them a job and purpose, therefore calming them down in the process. 

Features:
  • Ergonomic weight distribution
  • Adjustable straps allow it to secure tightly to your dog
  • Plenty of storage for food and water
  • Breathable material
  • Bright colors improve visibility and attract attention
  • Great for working dogs
Item Specifications:

Colors:
Orange
Pink
Blue
Green
 
Sizes:
Small: for dogs 15-19lbs, girth of 12-25"
Medium: for dogs 20-49lbs, girth of 14-30"
Large: for dogs 50-69lbs, girth of 20-35"
X-Large: for dogs 70-90lbs, girth of 25-41"
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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Used on Every Walk We have 2 male rottweilers and have walking them with packs for over 5 years now. The Outward Hound backpacks have changed significantly from the ones we purchased a few years ago. The older versions did not have the strap that goes from the chest to under the belly, and when this new model came out I was disappointed with it at first. I want a pack that goes on and off with ease, and I was used to keeping the chest strap snapped closed at all times,putting the dog's head through it and then connecting the belly straps. Very simple, and no hassle at all with the dog. With this new model of pack, I simply removed the chest-to-belly strap all together. The pack still looks great and works great this way, and is much easier to use. Also, the straps are very long - after you size the pack to your dog, I suggest using a little duct tape to secure the hanging length of strap to the useable strap. Looks much nicer and you don't have to cut it off and leave a ragged edge. Our dogs weigh 105 lb each and the large size is just right for them WITHOUT the chest/belly strap. We own 4 sets of packs - red, blue, green and orange. We are waiting for a camouflage to come out...hint, hint. March 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Value and has Helped Build Shoulders I got this to help calm down my 22 month old Terv. She's small - 21" high and 37 lb. Her shoulders are too straight and I thought it might that help too. Her chiropractor said try it. After 2 month she confirms it is helping. A lot more muscle and shoulder blades are separating as they should. Had no problem getting her to adjust to it. Used 16oz plastic water bottles half full on each side, then completely full to slowly build weight. Her Chiro said that's enough weight based on results. We walk every day for 30-45 min. I could not say how this would work for long hikes. It would be great in the city for small loads and excursions and relaxing outside at a coffee shop or whatever. If your dog is really reluctant to wear it, you might have them checked for back trouble just to be sure. It takes a while to get the straps adjusted but they need to be moderately tight, especially the one over the chest to prevent shifting if your dog is scrawny like mine. You should be able to fit a finger or two between the dog and the strap and check for chaffing. I never found any, but she has long fur. I did buy a small which works fine and has plenty of extra strap available. The size is hard to judge and I almost ordered med, which would have been too big. As she ages she'll fill out more and there's room to grow. Since it's a small it's mainly over her shoulders, which for us is good. At the price it's a good place to start for a backpack. July 31, 2012
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