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Pet bag Features:
Exterior rear pocket and front and top loading access
Available in a black color option
Ventilation on the sides and front door
Dual zippered openings, top and front
Top opening desirable for cats
Sturdy basic carrier reflects the size right for both small dogs and cats
Measures 20 inches long x 11.5 inches wide x 12 inches high
Weight capacity: 15 pounds
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Pet carrier care guides:
Your pet is part of your family. When you're going on vacation, your pet does not have to be excluded from the fun. With a little preparation, you can ensure that your pets are able to travel safely and go almost everywhere you can go. Take a look at the tips below to learn how to travel with a pet.
Traveling with a Pet:
Pet friendly: Wherever you are traveling, make sure your accommodations are pet friendly for the best pet travel. Some hotels allow cats or small dogs. Check ahead of time if any weight restrictions apply. Contact your hotel choice in advance to be sure your pet will be welcome.
Vet visit: Do a check-up with your pet before you leave. Check your pet's vaccination records and visit the vet for booster shots if necessary. Pack a photocopy of the vaccination records and keep them with you at all times during your vacation.
Pet luggage: Pack your pet's favorite belongings for the trip to help make him more comfortable. Make sure you pack everything your cat or dog needs to be comfortable on a daily basis, including food, treats, toys, leashes and even familiar blankets or bedding material. Exotic pets, such as birds or lizards, may need additional supplies to keep them comfortable and healthy during the trip.
Safe travel: Whether you're taking a road trip or flying to your destination, you'll want to purchase an appropriate travel crate or restraint device for your animal. If you are flying, you will need a crate that can safely be moved around and tied down in the airplane cargo hold for pet travel. If you are traveling with a dog or cat by car, you'll want a special crate or a harness that can be attached to a seat belt to keep your pets safe.
Cleaning a Pet Carrier:
Clean it out: To fully clean a pet carrier or the inside of a pet stroller, you'll need to remove all toys, blankets, sleeping pads and other items from inside the crate. You can usually wash bedding and toys in a washing machine separately before putting them back in the carrier, and many pet owners prefer to do so. This will help keep the pet carrier cleaner as well.
Soap and water: Using a damp cloth, wipe down the pet kennel, inside and out, with warm water and soap. You can use a scrubbing brush with soap and water for deeper stains. You'll want to be sure to use only gentle dish soap to clean crates and kennels. Harsh cleaners can be irritating to your pet's skin, and residue left over from cleaners can even make them sick.
Sanitize: If your dog or cat has accidents in his pet carrier, you'll likely need to sanitize the kennel to remove all stains and bacteria. After washing the dog carrier or cat carrier with warm water and soap, again use a damp cloth to wipe down the pet kennel with a mixture of warm water and bleach. This will kill bacteria and help remove stains from the crate.
Rinse well: Once you have washed and sanitized the pet crate, you'll want to rinse it thoroughly to ensure there is no residue leftover that coule make your pet sick. Use a clean cloth and water to completely rinse and remove soap and bleach from the dog carrier or cat carrier. For larger pet carriers, it may be easier to rinse the carrier out with a hose or bucket of water.
Dry: To prevent mold and mildew from growing inside your pet crate, make sure the crate is completely dry before use. You'll also want all bedding and toys you may have washed separately to be completely dry before placing them inside the kennel. Use a clean, dry towel to dry the inside and outside of the kennel; crates and kennels can also be set in the sun to air dry. If you're cleaning a pet stroller with fabric sides, air drying is the best way to get the carrier completely dry.