Sometimes one looks at a pet product and thinks "Gee, I'd like to have something like that for myself." In this case, though, I don't know anyone who would carry me around....
But if you've got a small dog, say up to 10 pounds, I'm sure that sometimes it's more convenient for you to carry her around than it is to walk her on a leash. Well, the Petego Lenis Front/Backpack is the bag to use.
It's cozy and it's well made of padded nylon, right-squarely stitched. The only piece of hardware inside the bag is a D-ring that attaches to your dogs leash or harness.
The Lenis is comfortable for you. Whether you wear it as a front-pack or a backpack, in this carrier your dog's weight is centered on your body, versus the carriers that hang on one shoulder or that you hold in one hand. The one thing you need to consider, though, is if your back and neck are strong enough to handle your pet's weight. If you have a small build, for example, a 10 or 12 pound dog might be too much for you to carry for any extensive period of time.
For your comfort, the bag has adjustable padded nylon straps to protect your shoulders, ribs, and back, and it has an adjustable belt that closes at the waist for double security.
Your pet will be secure in the Lenis as the Velcro closures and the leash/harness hook keep him cozily in the carrier. He can every chill out in the comfy compartment while you're waiting for a vet appointment or taking a ride in the car.
Definitely measure your dog for the case, which is 14 inches long, 10 inches wide, and 7.5 inches deep. Petego states the weight limit is 12 pounds; I would stick to about a 10 pound limit, as customers say the pack is more for miniature dogs than what's normally considered 'small dogs.'
That's the buzz for today!