I found my Walker pouch in the gift store at the Whitney Museum, of all places. They were offering what turn out to be the larger “arm gussets” (3″ x 4″) rather than the 2″ x 4″ “wrist pouches.” Both are rectangular nylon mesh pockets attached to a wide elastic, but the arm gusset is large enough to hold a roll of poop bags, a key and a goodly supply of dog treats.
It’s probably meant to cling to your bicep … Read more
This is my third post about hip packs for dog walking — I still love the OllyDog Walker I reviewed back in May, and if I wanted more room to carry stuff I’d be happy with the WalkyBag I found a couple of weeks later, but the one I just found today is worth a look. (It was cunningly concealed in a website about Golden Retrievers, so it’s just a fluke that I stumbled upon it.)
The Hound Hipster covers the … Read more
While looking for something else, I came across another hip pack for dog walking or going to the dog park: the WalkyBag, either “Pro” (fully loaded with leash, harness, poop bags, etc.) or “Custom” (with only the Gulpy-type bottle; suitable for people who already have the items the Pro is loaded with). It looks like it’s a bit bigger than the OllyDog Walker reviewed earlier by Dog Jaunt, but you might like having the extra pocket. Like the OllyDog Walker, … Read more
When I set out for a walk with Chloe, my pockets are stuffed with treats, a clicker, the house keys, a roll of poop bags, my phone, deterrent spray and a Gulpy. If I’m going to the dog park, I might also wedge in a mini tennis ball. At night I add a flashlight. All’s well (or well enough) when it’s cold or raining, because I have jackets with endless pockets. But when the summer rolls around — and it … Read more