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Our online store offers designer dog carriers so that your beloved pooch can be carried in luxury. Skip to content. Find the perfect size! About Us - USA Company Click here! Need a little Help? Hautiest Designer Pet Carrier # 1 - Coach Op Art Pet Carrier A bit retro and a bit post modern combine to give your pup the class of pet carrier he deserves. And you'll be glad to know that Coach has designed.

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I've noticed that when it comes to designer accessories like handbags, fans love to match them with other accessories. So if they buy a Gucci handbag, they'll want a Gucci wallet and key chain.. and a Gucci pet carrier too. Here are 10 of the newest styles of designer pet carriers from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Juicy, Burberry, Gucci and more..
(Editor's Note: This article highlights dog carriers that were available in 2009. As with most fashion items, unfortunately most of these dog carriers are no longer available. You may want to go to the sites for the designer you are interested in and search for dog carriers on their site.)

Hautiest Designer Pet Carrier # 1 - Coach Op Art Pet Carrier

A bit retro and a bit post modern combine to give your pup the class of pet carrier he deserves. And you'll be glad to know that Coach has designed more styles for him and youin the Op Art patterns. Coated canvas is the material with metallicpatent leather trim, a cloth lining and a zip around the top entry andclosing. Side peek and breathe with Coach logo and tag. How posh! (Update: Unfortunately, Coach stopped making a pet carrier. As ofAugust 2015, they had no dog or pet carriers available.)

A matching Coach Op Art Dog Raincoat will guarantee that you and he will never see things again in quite the same way!

Hautiest Designer Pet Carrier # 2 - Will Beg For Juicy Pet Bowler Carrier

Shaped a lot like a bowling ball bag, Juicy came out with 'Will Beg For Juicy' for 2009 to add to its fun collection of pet carriers. The Beg For Juicy comes in Martinique pink or black velour, with handles and a shoulder strap. The opening is on top with a zip closure with a logo chain. Pup's opening is heart shaped (aww!) on the side of the bag.

Hautiest Designer Pet Carrier # 3 - Gucci Walk-In Signature Pet Carrier

So Gucci! The 'walk-in' Gucci Pet Carrier opens on one side and let's puppy see out of the other side. The interior has a soft cushion that can be removed for washing. The bag also has a short leash attached to the interior (just in case!). Leather and web trim. (17'L x 9.5'W x 12'H) Of course, no Gucci girl will keel over when she sees the price tag.

Oh, by the way, you must get this Gucci doggy travel bed to match the Gucci pet carrier. Kingdom and lords unlimited diamond script. (26'L x 18.5'W)

Hautiest Designer Pet Carrier # 4 - Louis Vuitton Monogram Canvas Dog Bag 40/50

With the same sturdy water and scratch resistant fabric as his handbags, for which he is well-known, the Dog Bag 40 & 50 sport a washable lining, brass hardware and real leather handles and trim. The top-loading Dog Bag 40 is nice and roomy at 15.7'L x 11.8'H x 8.6'W, as is the Dog Bag 50 at 19.7'L x 13.4'H x 9'W. I love that cute lil' roll-up shade! You can even personalize the 'dog tag.'

Hautiest Designer Pet Carrier # 5 - Christian Audigier Safari Dog Pet Carrier Bag

ARF! Is the Safariwild or not? The French couturier has a flair even with his petcarriers. His multi media animal print is garnished with antique goldhardware, custom logo, and a woven handle. The entrance to the wildkingdom is at one side, which also functions as a window and airway foryour bud. The see-through mesh top is adjustable, print interior isremovable and washable, and there are two interior pockets to carryboth of your necessities. Use as a handbag or shoulder bag.

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Hautiest Designer Pet Carrier # 6 - Gucci Signature Top-Loading Duffel Style Dog Carrier

Nice for a medium size dog, the interior is roomy (16'l x 8'W x 10.5'H) Like the other Gucci pet carriers, the Gucci duffel style pet carrier has a washable interior cushion and a short leash attached to the interior of the bag.

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Hautiest Designer Pet Carrier # 7 - Burberry Signature Pet Carrier

If you know a Burberry gal, you know she's going to want this Burberry Signature Pet Carrier! A zippered top loading entrance for pooch and a nice cut out sideportion for his head and neck, this fashion statement is also smartlymade for anglophile dogs, who will be protected by the weather andstain resistant fabric. Nicely sized at 16.5' L x 10'H x 7'W.

Hautiest Designer Pet Carrier # 8 - Swarovski London Crystal Dog Carrier

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Some like it hot, and some like it crystal. And this top-loading Swarovski London Crystal Dog Carrier makesyour hot dog even hotter. Tapestry fabric and faux leather on theoutside and washable quilted cushions and nylon lining on the insideperform, even for the airlines. And there's no escaping from it eitherwith an interior harness hook attachment. (16'L x6'W x10'H)

Hautiest Designer Pet Carrier # 9 - Gucci Signature Top-Loading Tote Pet Carrier

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The second zipper feature on the side of the new Gucci tote Pet Carrieris quite handy, as if pooch wants to stand up and look out (and whatpooch wouldn't?) she won't be choked. The side zipper can only be drawnpartially down, to limit the dashability factor. Like the walk-in bag,the Gucci top-loading has a washable interior cushion and a short leashattached to the interior of the bag. Available in beige/brown or blackand in two sizes: small (12.5' L x 7.8'W x 9.8'H) and large (16.4'L x 7.8'W x 12.1'H).


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Hautiest Designer Pet Carrier # 10 - Louis Vuitton Baxter Bag PM/GM Pet Carrier

TheBaxter Bag has a less traditional, but still very identifiable, LouisVuitton look. The Baxter Bag is extremely sturdy, as well as elegant,and able to carry a 44 pound dog! (But I submit that if your dogweighs that much and fits into this Baxter Bag GM,15.3'L x 10.6'H x 7.5'W, she is quite a bit overweight!). Top loadingand side breather holes, like the Dog Bag 40/50, the Baxter features awashable rug and a nice size external pocket. The smaller Baxter Bag PM is 13.8' x 10.4' x 6.5'

Not Really Hautiest Designer Pet Carrier # 11 - The Gift Box Carrier aka The Tiffany Blue Pet Carrier

TheTiffany Blue Pet Carrier was not created by Tiffany's, and thereforedoesn't fit into my grouping of haute couture pet carrier designers. But I bet Tiffany & Co., wishes it did create this beautifulrendition of Tiffany's gift boxes and packaging. Designed by petcouturier Puppy & Co., the 14'L x 7' W x 9'H Tiffany Blue Pet Carrier is top loaded with Velcro closures and has three windows for your puppy to regard her surroundings. Great job!

That's the buzz for today!

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A carriage dog or coach dog refers to a type of dog rather than a specific breed. Dogs of this type were usually bred and trained to trot alongside carriages to protect the occupants from banditry or other interference.[1] They were usually owned and used by the wealthy or traders and merchants. The dogs were trained to attack the horses used by highwaymen, giving the owners' human security time to respond to the actual robbers.

When the Dalmatian breed was introduced to England in the 18th century, they quickly became the carriage-dog breed of choice. Because of this, 'carriage dog' became synonymous with 'Dalmatian'.[2][3] The British Carriage Dog Society exists to preserve 'the working heritage of the Dalmatian as a coaching dog.'[4] Previously any breed with long legs and some weight in the body had been used.

The number of dogs accompanying any coach could be an indicator of the occupants' wealth or status: some well-situated people would run six or eight dogs.[citation needed]

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Coach dogs were kennelled in the stables, and bonded with the horses as pups.[5] They were trained to regard strange horses on the road as hostile, and it was up to the human security to ensure other riders were warned to stay clear of the coach on the road. A more civic usage was as fire-engine escorts, helping to clear the way in crowded streets as well as guarding the very expensive horses in their stables.

With the demise of horse-drawn transport, the need for the dogs declined, and they became largely ceremonial assets, but were often repurposed as static house and barn guard dogs. Today carriage dogs are valued as loyal pets and companions.

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  1. ^Cornish, C. J. (1900). 'Dogs That Earn Their Living'. The Cornhill Magazine. p. 522. hdl:2027/iau.31858055203057. [Carriage dogs] were used at a time when a travelling carriage carried, besides its owners, a large amount of valuable property, and the dogs watched the carriage at night when the owners were sleeping at country inns.
  2. ^'Carriage dog'. Concise Oxford English Dictionary (12th ed.). Oxford University Press. 2011. p. 217. [B]ecause Dalmatians were formerly trained to run behind a carriage as guard dogs.
  3. ^'Carriage dog'. Webster's II New College Dictionary (3rd ed.). Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 2008. p. 175.
  4. ^'British Carriage Dog Society'. carriagedog.org. Archived from the original on 2018-01-29. Retrieved 2018-01-29.
  5. ^Cornish, C. J. (1900). 'Dogs That Earn Their Living'. The Cornhill Magazine. p. 523. hdl:2027/iau.31858055203057. [T]hese dogs were the best of aids in training spirited young carriage-horses. The horse constantly looked out for the dog as it ran by its side, paid attention to it, and was so much engaged in thinking of its stable companion the dog, that it was far less nervous, fidgetty, and shy than when taken out alone. .. In the stables, which were large, the carriage-dog always had one favourite horse, which he slept with.


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