Your adventure buddy can sit, stay, and roll over, but they can't understand you when you tell them that the trailhead is only a mile away. No need to stress, just plop your tired pup in the Timbuk2 Muttmover Light Backpack and carry their aching paws all the way home. This innovative pack gives you an easy way to bring furry friends on the trail and securely hold them when they get too wiped or the trail gets too tough. An internal attachment hook clips onto their collar to keep them secure and in place, while the optional ventilation and head hole keep them comfortable and let them take a look around. There's also an included water dish so they can have water breaks at the same time you do, and thanks to the removable waist strap you can stay supported when you realize that someone may have to go on a doggy diet. Suitable in its medium size to 25 pound dogs and 35 pounds in the large, the Muttmover also has plenty of features for dog-parents' convenience as well. A side water bottle pocket keeps your hydration within easy reach, and a laptop and key ring pocket ensure convenient storage for those commuting to pooch-friendly offices. With the vented back panel and cushioned shoulder straps you'll stay super comfortable all day long, ensuring an enjoyable adventure and solid post-hike nap for both you and your best pal.
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