If you need to tote your pal around town this new bag will surely get you both noticed! Looking much more "purse-like" than the already popular Louis Vuitton Sac Chien we see with celebripups like Daisy and Maui, the Sac Baxter comes with a monogram canvas leash with clasp and removable cushion to keep your pet extra safe and snuggly – and an exterior pocket for all your essentials. What surprised me the most is that this carrier comes in two sizes – the smaller Monogram Canvas Sac Baxter PM ($1,410) and a larger Monogram Canvas Sac Baxter GM ($1,520) that can carry a pet weighing up to 44 pounds. I think I'd need to carry that dog with both arms!
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Do you want to join PetSugar's street team? I'd love to hear firsthand about your favorite new products because I can't possibly buy them all – simply write a blog like this one and let me know what gets four paws up in your household and why you love it. First up, Karebear25 was searching for a great carrier for her Silky Terrier — and the third time's the charm as she finally found this one. The sling-style Joey Pet Pouch ($39) goes over one shoulder and the bag rests at the opposite hip like a messenger bag . . . and is perfect for those pups that like to be cuddled close. Little Toby previously hated his carriers – but loves this one! It's a one-step loading process and promotes bonding because the carrier allows him to be snuggled like a baby, but keep mom's hands free!
The Joey Pet Pouch comes in five sizes, based on the owner's proportions, to make sure the carrier fits just right and is comfy for you, too! It evenly distributes a pup's weight and works for pets up to 15 pounds – perfect for that small, calm pet that will contentedly remain by your side.
Although at first glance this reminded me of a popup laundry basket from Ikea, checking out the Pet Tube strapped into a car seat shed a whole new light on this creative animal carrier. Now I haven't seen the "heavy duty fabric" closeup so I can't vouch for tooth or clawproof capabilities, but it does fold conveniently for easy storage and transport when not in use. This seems to be a useful creation for small ($80) or large ($150) pets that will be content not struggling to stay in this well-ventilated spot...with the optional cushion pillow ($30-$95), of course. North already has his own carseat so I'm not rushing out to buy another, but share your thoughts on this item in the comments below!