Sherpa Backpack Pet Carrier Tote Crate Airline Approved Medium Legacy Print 17" L x 12" H x 9" W by sherpa pet group
Hey guys this review was for the sherpa dog carrier it is a wonderful dog carrier and good for airline travel it comes in different sizes and colors: small up to 10lbs medium up to 16lbs large up to 22lbs its great to transport your dog calmly and safely so go check it out at petsmart :)
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The Sherpa AKC Duffle Pet Carrier is offered in Medium which will fit dogs or cats up to 14 lbs. The Dimensions are 15" Length x 9" Width x 9.5" Height.
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This pet carrier will take the weight off your shoulders. Designing with carrier rolls flat on four big wheels that makes it ride very smoothly, no tilting, to provide your pet with a comfortable travel experience. Sherpa Pet Carriers on wheels feature is stylish light-weight design, and fashion from black quilted nylon. Also, it is available in black color and medium size that claim to carry up to 16-pound pets. This pet carrier is pretty comfortable, easy cleaning, and reasonable price.Sherpa Delta Deluxe Pet Carrier in medium size. We purchased this carrier in advance for our upcoming trip in a few months to get our dog used to it. Our dog weighs 13.6 lbs and the medium carrier is good for pets up to 16 lbs.My product review comparing three pet carriers: the Sherpa Delta Deluxe Medium, the SturdiBag Large, and the AmazonBasic Large.
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Thank you for watching! I hope this video helped! :)Hello, I love this website! I will be traveling soon in a United 757-300 flight with 2 rabbits, and plan to use the Sherpa Delta medium carrier (one for each of them) – in your opinion, will that work fine? (I did see in one of your articles that they fit fine on most flights, but wanted to check in on that anyway). Many thanks for your help in advance. Your website (in spite of having pet rabbits, not dogs/cats) has been very reassuring in general.