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Old 10-02-2008, 03:05 PM
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Pippa loves going everywhere with me. I want a pet carrier that I can take and she is concealed. I was looking at the petfly's and they look nice and sturdy. I did a search and many of you said they were bulky. I would need the medium size. Does anyone like them for everyday wear?

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I have one i used it to take peggy around town with me, and i wouldn't really suggest it for everyday use, they are really heavy (even without a dog in) and are quite uncomfortable to carry.
There really great for long travels like trains ect thou (i dont drive so i normally travel by train).
They are good quality and can stand the daily wear and tear.
Thats just my opinion on pet fly . Hope it helps

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Thank you, I will keep on looking. When you go places with your petfly, do people realise that there is a dog in there? I wondered with the air holes? Thanks again, Emma
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when i went to pick up Oliver on the trip to pick him up everyone was asking about what kind of pet i had in the bag. So they al knew it was a bag for pets. I love my petflys, although for everyday use it does get a bit heavy to carry. I use mine to take Oliver to the vets and it works great. But as to sneaking pets in a place they are banned may not work with petflys cause everyone knows it for a pet.
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I have probably 20 pet carriers and some are bulky and some are light, the problem is that I could never find one that could completely conceal but was light. I looked all over pet stores and the internet and then I found this one I take it every where and it has buttons that I can snap the top to it or I can take it off and there is mesh there where they can lool out or it can be unzipped so they can put there head out. Also the sides can be buttoned up or unbuttoned I carrier two small chis in mine about 5 1/2 lbs altogether and they are quite comfy in it. It is kinda big but it is lighter weight than most and it has two straps, the shoulder strap is nice and padded Here is the link.

The third one across that I have (Amberly Driftwood) and the second one down (Amberly Riviera) I plan getting next so I will have a different color in the same bag ) I am not sure if the other styles conceal the pets or not but these I know for sure do
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We use our Pet Flys carriers the most often out of all of our pet carriers. It is true they are a bit heavy but they are the most comfortable for our dogs which is what matters most to us.

Plus they have more privacy than some other carriers which is really nice. Some people will notice that there is a dog in there but most people don't have a clue. I get asked where I got my bag all the time. They think it is a funky purse haha

We take our dogs lots of places and the Pet Flys keep them safe in the car and while we are out shopping. We like to go to places where we can put them in the shopping cart (in the bag of course) as even in super light bags - you tend to swing your dog around while you walk which is not the best "ride" for them.

We have everything from no name carriers to name brand designer ones that cost me well over $1000 each (like my Louis Vuitton) - hands down love the Pet Flys.

In fact, we love them so much (and so do our puppy owners) we started to carry them (we are opening a Chi boutique with high end items).
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the second one down (Amberly Riviera) I plan getting next so I will have a different color in the same bag ) I am not sure if the other styles conceal the pets or not but these I know for sure do
http://www.homegardendecor.com/index...TS&Category=41
OOOH! I like the 2nd one. I might have to get one of them for TinkerBella. CoCo and Cotton prefer the stroller.
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OOOH! I like the 2nd one. I might have to get one of them for TinkerBella. CoCo and Cotton prefer the stroller.
Mine love the stroller too. I use my stroller more than I use anything and it is sooo convenient But when those times pop up that I want to conceal them the bag works great I take both everywhere with me as I never know when I will need which. I also have a back pack that comes in very handy As for the bag it is very comfy and roomy for my guys and it is heavy enough where it doesnt move and sway any while I am walking
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