Dog Packs

Brands

OllyDog
Mountainsmith
Granite Gear
REI
Ruff Wear
Outward Hound
Alite
Kelty

Price

less than $25
$25 - $49.99
$50 - $99.99
$100 and above

Recent Dog Pack Reviews

Ruff Wear Approach Pack

rated 5 of 5 stars The pack is better than I expected, the material is durable and the adjusting straps make fitting it for the dog's comfort very easy. I am disabled and walk with service dogs. The pack is made with a strong handle just where I need it. It has plenty of storage room for at least two days of walking and carrying the collapsible dishes for food and water. It also has room for any other equipment for the dogs and for their paperwork, an unfortunate necessity, but the compartments are well constructed… Full review

Ruff Wear Approach Pack

rated 4.5 of 5 stars As sturdy as my Puggle! I hiked and camped the length of the I&M Canal Trail with my Puggle. This pack was perfect for him to carry his own food and squishy food dish (by Guyot Designs). I agree that this pack is on the warm side, so I use that fact to my dog's advantage and use it expressly on cold and cool days to help him stay warmer. I don't even attempt it on days that I wouldn't be willing to wear several layers, myself. Full review

Ruff Wear SingleTrack Pack

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Nice pack in general, but two big misses. I love Ruff Wear products and must own over 10 including the Approach Pack and the Palisades Pack. This pack is nice for short trail runs under 15 miles, but just 1L of water might not go that far in the summer especially in Florida where we are. Well made pack, stitched well, very sturdy, great colors for visibility during fall forest running. I have one big problem with the pack and one small one. Small problem: The pack is sized differently than their… Full review

Ruff Wear SingleTrack Pack

rated 4 of 5 stars Great lightweight water-pack for my dog. Used for trail running and day hikes not exceeding 13 miles. Not made for overnight backpacking storage. Great lightweight water-pack for my dog.  It carries water and poop bags and that's it.  If you are looking for something heavy duty in terms of function this is not the pack for your dog. It's great for short hikes, day hikes (13 miles or less) and trail running with dog. Love the handle on the pack.  It has helped me plenty of times when I can't get… Full review

OllyDog Dog Pack

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great pack to keep your dog as part of the team. Well made with reasonable storage space that is compatible with your dog's size. Can be used for hiking or just outings with the family. Recently purchased a medium, forest-colored pack for our dog; same as the picture for this product. He is a 50lb Pit Bull.  He's only a year old and very rambunctious and doesn't mind being submissive or rolling over. THIS is great for him and has worked really well. My wife is a dog trainer and this has been a… Full review

Mountainsmith Dog Pack

rated 5 of 5 stars This pack with Mountainsmith collapsible bowls has been wonderful. My pet now carries his own treats, food and anything else. The ability to tighten the bags to fit smaller loads saves on the bouncing of loose bags I have had in the past. When looking for a pet pack this is the best I have found. When looking for a pet pack this is the best I have found. As always Mountainsmith is also very rugged. Full review

Granite Gear Alpha

rated 5 of 5 stars This is the best dog pack that money can buy. Granite Gear in my opinion makes the very best dog packs. I used the Alpha pack for my dog when I thru hiked the Appalachian Trail. When it blew a seam after 1000 miles Granite gear sent me a brand new pack right away. I still have and use that pack today. Be careful to get a smaller size then you think. Check out my Youtube Video Review: Full review

Granite Gear Long Howl

rated 5 of 5 stars This is the best dog pack that money can buy. Granite Gear in my opinion makes the very best dog packs. I used the Alpha pack for my dog when I thru hiked the Appalachian Trail. I decided to upgrade to the Long Howl pack for my new dog. I have been backpacking a couple of times, including a 5-day trip on the Long Trail and I have seen no problems with the pack or the dog wearing it. My big suggestion is to get a smaller size then you think. My 35 pound dog wears the XS, my 75 pound dog wears the… Full review

Ruff Wear Approach Pack

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great pack, dog doesn't mind it and it stays put. This pack is highly adjustable and fits my dog great. It has never chafed him or irritated his skin, granted it is adjusted properly. I have however seen a couple dogs wearing this harness where the chest strap is rubbing on the back of their legs and the pack is almost completely sideways on their backs, so proper adjustment is key, just like on our packs. I have him carry his own food and a lightweight bowl, with his foam pad rolled up on top. Full review