How should the backpack for dogs be packed?


The heaviest is packed as close as possible to the dog’s back, as low as possible and as far forward as possible. Make sure that no sharp edges or sharp objects face the dog’s back.

Brush the dog’s back well before setting out on a trip so that lumps, sand, etc. are removed. The chest strap should be tightened so much that the dog gets most of the weight on the front of the body.

Pack the right and left sides equally and make sure the bags are equally heavy. If one bag should be a little heavier, adjust with a small stone at the far end of the other. A hoof should never be stuffed hard, but have a slightly “loose” shape so that it shapes well to the dog’s body.