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Happy New Year

Friday, January 10th, 2014

We’d like to take a moment to thank all of our customers that made 2013 a great year for us. As a new company, we value each and every one of you that have supported us. We would also like to wish you a Happy New Year and hope that 2014 brings hope , happiness, and fulfilled wishes for you all.

We have some great plans for this new year. We look forward to new additions to our line, attending as many events as possible, and of course we will continue to improve where ever we can.

If you have events (dog shows, agility trials, pet expos, etc.) that you’d like us to attend, drop us an e-mail. We love to bring Doggy Baggage to you!!

Don’t forget to “like” our facebook page to take advantage of “specials deals” we offer to our fans.


Monday, July 29th, 2013

We have had a really busy Summer so far attending agility trials, pet expos, and the Reliant Park World Series of Dog Shows which was held in Houston, Texas. We are now planning our August and September shows and will post as soon as they are complete. If you have an event you would like us to attend drop us an e-mail. We love taking Doggy Baggage on the road!!!

Hurricane Season Is Here

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

Hurricane season officially begins on June 1 and we’d like to remind everyone to prepare your pet for any type of emergency situation. Hurricanes, fires, floods and family emergencies are just a few examples why “Fido” and “Kitty” needs a packed bag!

Here are a few tips to get you started:

1.) Vacuum seal a 3-5 day supply of their favorite dry  food. This will keep it fresh for many months and also protects it from getting wet or crushed.

2.) Make a list of emergency phone numbers including your veterinarian and your local 24 hour emergency clinic. Make a note of shelters in your area that accept pets, and have a backup plan (family or friends) just in case.

3.)Current Immunization Records!!! and any medications you might need for 3-5 days.

3.) Place a current photo of your pet in your emergency bag just in case you need to make fliers.

4.) Pack a towel. This can be used for everything from drying off, wiping up, cleaning up and bedding.

5.) Pack a small flashlight in your bag. This is very handy for late night potty breaks in unfamiliar areas.

Don’t forget the essentials like collars, leashes, toys, brushes, and water.