K9 Sport Sack Dog Carrier Backpack, Small

Last updated date: March 15, 2021

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9.5

K9 Sport Sack Dog Carrier Backpack, Small

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We looked at the top Dog Backpacks and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Dog Backpack you should buy.

Editor's Note April 1, 2021:
Checkout The Best Dog Backpack for a detailed review of all the top dog backpacks.

Overall Take

Designed for smaller dogs with a length of 14 inches to 17 inches and a girth of up to 27 inches, the K9 backpack is the perfect dog travel bag. It has ventilated shoulder straps, adjustable side pockets and five failsafe safety features.


In our analysis, the K9 Sport Sack K9 Sport Sack Dog Carrier Backpack, Small placed 1st when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

K9 BACKPACK FOR SMALL DOGS: The K9 SPORT SACK AIR SMALL is designed for dog breeds that weights 30 lbs and less. The K9 AIR - Small will fit dogs with the length of 14-17 inches and have a girth up to 27 inches. Typical dog breeds that will fit this size backpack include Chihuahua, Maltese, Teacup Yorkie, Pomeranian and Papillion. Use it as a dog travel bag for hiking, bikes, subways, shopping, motorcycles, skiing, dancing..heck the possibilities are endless! RUFF LIFE: Does your dog suffer from anxiety, depression, or have a physical disability? Or maybe just older or doesn’t have the stamina for your next big adventure. Problem solved! ROUND TALL FAT SMALL: We get it! Dogs come in all shapes and sizes, and we got your dog covered! Available in 3 sizes to fit your yorkie or larger sizes for your chubby frenchie or corgi. Scroll down in the product description to find the right size for your dog! Please contact us and visit our website for more accurate sizing recommendations. SPORT SACK IS THE NEW BLACK: (Tip) For all the chubby dogs out there with a few fat rolls over the collar, our Jet Black is very slimming! Jokes aside, Jet Black is just 1 of the 5 stylish colors we offer in the Sport Sack AIR, and don’t worry all the colors have a slimming effect! USA-BASED COMPANY, PERFORMANCE GUARANTEED: Wrong size? No problem. Any issues? We’re here for you. Whatever the problem may be don’t worry we’ll cover it, but we’re happy to hear any good stories and see your adventures with your dog. This bag is backed by a 60-Day Quality Guarantee. Must be sold by seller "K9 Sport Sack" or warranty is voided.

An Overview On Dog Backpacks

Dog carrier backpacks are great for bringing pets along on walks and hikes, and some can serve double-duty as carriers in your car or truck. Before buying one, measure and weigh your pet and look for backpacks that meet those size specifications. If your dog is at the top of the weight or size range, you may want to go up a size for their comfort.

Decide on what you will be using the backpack for. It can be difficult to carry a big dog in a heavy backpack on a long hike.

Some of the backpacks on the market are more suited for transporting pets, while others are great for walking long distances. Strong and padded shoulder straps will also keep you more comfortable when you are out exploring.

The Dog Backpack Buying Guide

  • Safety features are very important for dog carrier backpacks. Be sure that the backpack has a place to attach the collar, otherwise, Fido might jump out and run away.
  • Comfort is also key. Look for backpacks that have soft areas for your pet to relax.
  • Like babies, dogs like that snuggly feeling of being next to a warm human body. Just make sure to allow them enough room to move around.
  • To find your dog’s height, measure from the floor up onto the top of his or her shoulders. For girth, measure over their shoulders, behind the front legs and back up again.