Rucksack for carrying new puppy

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  1. Jane Martin

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    I want to carry my pup in a rucksack while she can't touch the ground, so we can get out and about. Has anyone used one for this purpose and can recommend one? It needs to have a drawstring so just her head pops out and prevents her from jumping.

    If I succeed in this I will try to get some photos! ;D
     
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    Re: Rucksack for carrying new puppy

    Cannot WAIT to see Chepi's head popping out the top of the rucksack! :* too cute x
     
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    Re: Rucksack for carrying new puppy

    We used a large game bag!!! :)
     
  6. Jane Martin

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    Re: Rucksack for carrying new puppy

    Thanks everyone. I emailed the breeder who said get one big enough to take a pillow without it being squashed. So, I was in Tesco (supermarket in UK) and saw a 65L Rucksack with a drawstring top. Rachael, I have something like your suggestion, same brand but too small and no drawstring - (damn).
    I bought the one from Tesco because it would actually be relatively easy to return it.

    Have just booked the vet for 9am Monday for Chepi's puppy check and jabs discussion!
     
  7. Julie1962

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    Re: Rucksack for carrying new puppy

    I used a shopping trolley, Elsie was a bit too heavy for me from the start and that seemed to work quite well.
     

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