Dog Carriers For Motorcycles | motorcycle dog carrier pet

Custom Motorcycle and Scooter Pet Carrier by CanIGoToo on Etsy, $425.00
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This hard shell motorcycle pet carrier has a windshield and mounts securely onto the luggage rack of a motorcycle. All mounting hardware is included.
Dog Carriers For Motorcycles | motorcycle dog carrier pet
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There are not a lot of companies making motorcycle dog carriers around. Most people have cars and not a lot of people use motorcycles for travel. Even then, people that live in places where there are lots of snow or cold weather can only use the motorcycles during the summer. However, there are still a lot of us that have motorcycles and use these pet carriers to transport our pets. They make everything easier especially if you do not have a car. If you acquire a superb motorcycle dog carrier, then I am certain it will help a whole lot in your circumstance. motorcycle dog carriers small dogs | Kuryakyn Pet Palace
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For small and medium size pets, you can choose from chest pouches, tank pads, a variety of crates, and saddlebag carriers. Chest pouches are motorcycle pet carriers designed to be worn on the driver like a front pet carrier. While these chest pouches are versatile because they can be used off the bike to walk around, it is important that owners test them on their pets to be sure that they are comfortable. A pet that dislikes a pouch carrier may move a lot and that can be a dangerous distraction to the driver. Tank pad motorcycle pet carriers are placed on the gas tank of the motorcycle. While safety leashes are used to help secure your pet, this style of carrier does not have a basket, but requires the dog to kneel or stand. Again, because of the location of the carrier to the driver it is important to test this type of carrier to make sure it is safe for the dog and driver. Motorcycle tank pad pet carriers are not typically recommended for high speeds or long distances.For larger pets, there are two options available for motorcycle pet carriers. The first is a seat system, which is a larger pet carrier that is placed on the passenger seat and secured to the sissy bar. These motorcycle pet carriers are typically "open-air", meaning you pet will not be fully enclosed like in a crate. There are also trailer style motorcycle pet carriers available. These trailers look like miniature horse trailers and attach to the back of the motorcycle. The most common and safest type of motorcycle pet carriers is the crate style that attaches either to the luggage rack or passenger seat of the motorcycle. These types of motorcycle pet carriers are available in soft-sided, hard plastic or aluminum. Many crate-style motorcycle pet carriers offer a variety of features such as padded interiors, proper ventilation, and openings that allow your dog to stick his head out. Motorcycle pet carriers that attach to the passenger seat usually require a sissy bar for securing the carrier. Small pets can also be transported in side-mounted saddlebag style motorcycle pet carriers. Using a saddlebag carrier allows you to carry your dog as well as a passenger.With motorcycle pet carriers you no longer have to feel guilty about leaving your pet behind when you take a road trip. Now you and your favorite pet can enjoy the open road and cool breezes together! If using an open-air motorcycle pet carrier, experts recommend that you invest in a helmet for your pet and a pair of "doggles", goggles made to protect your dog's eyes from the sun, wind, and foreign objects. With these accessories your canine friend will not only be safe, but will look like a true biker dog!Motorcycle Trike Pet Carrier Every dog loves riding in a car while sticking his head out the window. Give your pooch the ultimate driving experience with this motorcycle trike pet carrier. While it's designed specifically for trikes (three-wheel motorcycles), it can also be used with regular motorcycles, scooters and golf carts. Made from fiberglass, it’s both strong and lightweight and can also be custom painted to match your bike. At only $750, it’s a drop in the bucket compared to the…