While on my Cross County Tail Waggin Tour, I put the Doodie Pack to the ultimate test with a hike in the back country of Utah’s Great Salt Lake! See, I’m so serious about testing out products I go across the country just to give you accurate reviews … hehehe. Actually, I was out there for a conference, but still, it was a working trip. I know what you are thinking … what is a Doodie Pack? It is a doggie backpack!
Doodie Pack is a lightweight, highly functional, and durable dog backpack. It comes in three sizes – small (8-20 pounds), medium (25-60 pounds), and large (60-180 pounds). It comes in nine different colors including purple, red, teal, yellow, pink, orange, green, sorbet, and blue.
Each pack is American-made, features multiple pleated pockets, a perimeter of reflective safety tape, and three adjustable straps for a custom fit and to keep the load stable for us doggies.
What I liked most about the Doodie Pack is the U-cut design. It is designed to lie on our back very comfortably and didn’t bother me when I walked. When I had my pack on I felt like a working dog. I was a dog with a purpose!
At Salt Lake, doggies are not allowed on most of the trails so we had to go on the backcountry trails. I put on my Doodie Pack and off we went. According to the guidelines, are we are only allowed to carry 25% of our weight. For me, that is 4 1/2 pounds. Needless to say, I didn’t get stuck carrying all the water bottles … hehehe. Instead, I was the official trail map, poop bags, and car keys carrier. The map and keys part was my idea. This made me a very important hiker on this trip. They couldn’t lose me or they wouldn’t have gotten home … hehehe.
Also, I can’t forget to mention, I looked very sharp wearing my bright red Doodie Pack! I was one styling-hiking doggie!
Overall, I give the Doodie Pack two paws up and a long hike! To get your own pack, go to: http://www.doodiepack.com/