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It's time Fido started to share the load.

There’s no free ride for Fido when she hits the trail; she's carrying her own grub, gear, and maybe a few beers with the Mountainsmith Dog Pack. This pannier-style pack is fully adjustable through a four-point system that's padded at the sternum. The pack's tapered torso profile reduces drag and improves your dog’s balance as she trots down the trail. Attach her leash to the D-ring on the top of the harness as you waltz by the forest cops lurking by the trailhead, and store it in the internal pocket once you’re they're of sight.

  • Four-point adjustable harness
  • Padded sternum strap
  • Independently adjustable back harness
  • Zippered panniers
  • Single adjustable belly strap
  • Single haul handle at top of pack
  • Metal D-ring leash attachment point
  • Ergonomically tapered torso shape
  • Air mesh panels
  • Reflective trim

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4 5

good pack

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I also have the older model of mountain smith dog packs they work well for me...this pack the company says was design with the help of a service dog vet.
I got the med for my 50lb Siberian husky service dog nik, his chest girth is 28 in .it seems to fit a bit different with more adjustments... he gets it on, and he's ready to go as always...

4 5

i have older model

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

ok so I don't have this newer model but I can say that even with the older one my dog loves his bag. it holds a lot and it fits well.

i have older model
5 5

Only familiar with the older model

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Which I loved tons of features on - the leash connection point is convenient, the handle is great for when the dog is off-leash but you want to hold her still while other hikers pass, and the bags have plenty of space. What I think I would love about this pack (and what I didn't like about the old design) is that the straps don't cut right across the dog's front legs. My dog chafed on one side where the front strap hit her armpit (even with padding on the straps), which doesn't seem like it'd be a problem with this bag at all.