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Evan K: I've looked at many pet carriers from several companies on multiple websites. This one had many very good reviews. Unlike another bag I was going to get, this has the top mesh vents and little open area for my puppy to stick her head out. Also had mounting rings and straps. I also feel it will be more durable then some others. And RevZilla is a reputable and trustworthy company. Always helpful with questions and concerns. EvanJun 23, 2015
A shopper asked:I have a mine Doberman that is about 14" tall. Will she be comfortable on the rack behind my sissy bar?Dec 6, 2014
Penelope R:Our 11 month old Havanese rides comfortably in the carrier which is mounted on the standard luggage rack on my 1998 BMW K1200RS. The rack is 11 inches wide and about 12 inches long. The bag has a rigid base and straps to the bike using its four standard straps and is very secure once adjusted. I have added two addtional straps for peace of mind but not really needed, just old Harley habit. I mount it behind the installed passenger back rest. The only caveat is that to mount it snugly the side that rests agains the backrest may compress if you adjust the straps too snugly. In order to provide a stiffer support to prevent this I purchased a plastic 13x10 cutting board at WalMart that slides into the side pocket and helps to prevent the side from closing in. Our dog, Ivan, is now 16 inches at the shoulder and 18 inches nose to runp. His wieght is 20 pounds which is full grown and I believe at the wiegth limit for my bike. When we first got the bag he was only 10 pounds and 12 inches at shoulder and 16 inches nose to rump. He has to crouch to get in the carrier. We put him in head first and he turns around and then lays down. When riding he lays down and enjoys the ride, no issues. I think he sleeps in there on long runs. We usually ride for no more than two hours before making a pit stop. We Live in lake tahoe so our dog gets three seasons of riding, the interior of the bag stays below ambient temp in summer and other seasons is fine for him. On my bike the bag is out of the wind stream. After riding for 40 years this is the first time I have carried a pet on a bike but the carrier works well, I feel is very safe for the dog and also could double as soft luggage without the pet. The bag is great quality and I have owned other TBag luggage in the past. I will have this bag a very long time and it looks great on the bike.Dec 8, 2014
A shopper asked:Is there a recommended weight limit? I have a red heeler mix thats about 45lbs. Would this work? Does the side partially zip down since he's prob too big for the hole in the middle for while we're riding?Apr 29, 2014