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Coach Dog Travel Carrier Bag

Updated on September 8, 2012

Coach Dog Carrier

Small dogs fit nicely in small bags, but you don't want to put them in a purse meant for your keys, makeup, and wallet. Plus, once you've spend $200 on a Coach purse, you probably don't want it ruined by your dog.

Coach makes a dog carrier specifically for dogs.

The Coach dog carrier has a vented side so that your dog can see out of a nice mesh window. This allows fresh air into the bag, and it helps your dog see what's going on. Some dogs may get stressed out by being able to see, so you can let the flap down, and keep it dark inside.

These dog carriers are made specifically for small dogs.

Most of the dog carry bags by Coach are going to measure 17"L x 12"H x 9 1/4"W, which won't fit most dogs over 10 pounds. Generally, the Coach dog carriers will fit a Chihuahua, Yorkie, or similar sized dogs and puppies.

Buy a Coach Dog Bag

If you like to scream, "LOOK AT ME!" then this is definitely the way to do it. Have your expensive Coach purse on your shoulder and carrying your small breed dog in your Coach bag.

These Coach dog bags aren't cheap, so keep that in mind. Even at discounted prices, the bags can range from $200 to over $600. This is just a little too costly for my budget, but that doesn't mean that you can't fit it into yours.

These brand name dog bags are popular among celebrities because they're able to tote around their dog as though he, or she, is nothing more than a fashion statement. But, anyway, these bags are still pretty nice. Although, I'm not sure how they compare to a simple dog crate or basic bag.

Coach doesn't make the dog travel bag in as many colors and options as they make the leashes, collars, and jackets, but a simple dog bag is all that you really need, so whether you can find the OP Art design or the Classic Signature Coach design, it won't make much difference.

The Coach collars and leashes are definite deals with sturdy materials and design, but for several hundred dollars, I'm just not convinced that the dog carriers by Coach are really worth it.

If you currently or previously used one of the Coach dog bags, I'd like to hear your experience with the bag below. How easy are they to clean? Did your dog enjoy being in the carrier? What's your overall opinion on the Coach dog carrier?

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      KB 

      4 years ago

      do they still have the Coach Dog Carrier. Can not find it on there web site. Where can I go to see? I also have a little Maltese that likes to travel in style.

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      Bethany 

      5 years ago

      Where can I buy this? Can't find it on the coach website.

    • SUSIE DUZY profile image

      SUSIE DUZY 

      7 years ago from Delray Beach, Florida

      Love Coach Dog Accessories. I have a little maltese and use a lot use a lot of coach accessories.

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      myawn 

      8 years ago from Florida

      Looks very nice for a little doggie I wish I could afford one.Nice hub Thanks!

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