Motorcycle Pet Carrier - Quality and Safety are the Key When Choosing a Dog Motorcycle Carrier
Motorcycle Pet Carrier
When it comes to taking your best friend along for a ride on your Harley Davidson, discover the convenience of equipping it with a dog motorcycle carrier, allowing your pet to join in on the fun. Whether you are planning a short or long excursion, it beats leaving your furry friend at home or at a kennel.
This Universal sports bag (UBS) pet carrier is made from padded and hypoallergenic materials; the stylish, waterproof, UV protected dog carrier can accommodate any small dog up to 20 lbs.
MOTORCYCLE CARRIER AND KIT
Dogs do not necessarily stay still and once they start to move around, a safety leash will prevent your pet from falling out. Window pads will keep good air circulation.
The most important issue with a motorcycle carrier is safety. A carrier should be mounted on your Motorcycle and this carrier does have a connection kit. The motorcycle connection attaches the carrier to your motorcycle seat.
This is a very versatile carrier. It is airline approved and does convert easily to a hand held carrier, back pack, over the shoulder carrier or car seat.
Another option is a bike connection and bike lever which connects the carrier to the front or back of a bicycle.
What better way to keep your dog safe than to have him beside you.
Use your motorcycle responsibly, especially when transporting your dog. It is possible to have style, comfort and safety with the UBS motorcycle dog carrier and it will make traveling with your pet fun and easy.
- two short belts to be used as handles, shoulder straps, or backpack straps.
- wndow pads increase air circulation
- interior safety leash
- black and silver exterior
Please note: Mounting Kit is sold separately.
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