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  • JacquelineE11 commented on wizgirl's instructable $10 Dog Backpack8 months ago
    $10 Dog Backpack

    A few VERY important things to consider. This design has no padding for protection from rubbing so do not take the dog walking for too long with this on & preferably not at all in hot weather. Secondly, if the design has some people's dogs peeing on the bag & having to modify something is drastically wrong. NO BACKPACK should be anywhere near the back end of the dog. This can cause serious spinal damage as can any badly made/designed backpack. The pack's weight should be on the shoulder area not the back end. Do not use bags that are too big. The bags in the pictures of Kona look much too big to me. You do not want to put too much weight on a dogs back, they are not naturally built to carry it. A bigger bag encourages too much loading and also bad weight distribution. The bags s...see more »A few VERY important things to consider. This design has no padding for protection from rubbing so do not take the dog walking for too long with this on & preferably not at all in hot weather. Secondly, if the design has some people's dogs peeing on the bag & having to modify something is drastically wrong. NO BACKPACK should be anywhere near the back end of the dog. This can cause serious spinal damage as can any badly made/designed backpack. The pack's weight should be on the shoulder area not the back end. Do not use bags that are too big. The bags in the pictures of Kona look much too big to me. You do not want to put too much weight on a dogs back, they are not naturally built to carry it. A bigger bag encourages too much loading and also bad weight distribution. The bags should be small & sit high up on the dogs side not hanging down with the bottoms reaching to below the body. Finally, the SHAPE of the pack is vital for proper weight distribution. DO NOT USE RECTANGLE SHAPES!! For guidance check the better brands - you'll see they are mostly circular shapes.

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