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    CPS Technician Momto2whosews's Avatar
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    Snap-n-Go Pet Carrier

    http://www.hammacher.com/publish/74044.asp

    I just saw this in the Hammacher Schlemmer catalog. It's a pet carrier with a stay-in-car base. I like the concept, although it would never work for my dog. Too bad they don't have any info on crash tests. Supposedly it's goes up to 15 lbs though. And small breed dogs won't outgrow it in 6 months
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    Re: Snap-n-Go Pet Carrier

    That is a good idea

    Now if only they had one for bigger animals too and like you said crash info they would be awesome
    Courtney SAHM to~
    DS~3.5 years old/ Graco Nautilus in Bravo
    DD~2 years old/ Graco Nautilus in Mariposa


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    Re: Snap-n-Go Pet Carrier

    I saw that on Pet Smart's website today for $99. Great idea, but a tad pricey. I wish we could afford it. LOL
    Rebekah Branch, CPST from May 2005 until June 2011
    Mom to CJ (7/96, seatbelt), Gregory (4/98, seatbelt), & Joyjoy (10/03, misc. booster seats)
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    Re: Snap-n-Go Pet Carrier

    I should SSOO get this for my best friend! Her chihuahua dog(which she named dolche..lol) is ALWAYS getting loose out of her car and running away..

    Too bad i don't have the money to buy it for her..
    Janice, no longer a CPST, and now a single Mommy to C, 10 and big enough to pass the 5-step test and S(born 12/9/09), in a Roundabout 50.

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    Re: Snap-n-Go Pet Carrier

    That's a cool idea, but I would like to see it for larger animals too.

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