Solvit HoundAbout™ Classic Pet Bicycle Trailer
Pet Bicycle Trailer enables you to take your pet along!
The Solvit HoundAbout™ Pet Bicycle Trailer is a great way to maintain an active lifestyle with your pet. Leashing your pet to a bicycle is inherently unsafe for pets and owners alike. The HoundAbout pet trailer solves that problem, and your pet will love the ride. It's also great for older pets or those with joint problems.
Features of the Solvit HoundAbout™ Pet Bicycle Trailer:
- Steel frame
- Heavy-duty polyester material with waterproof floorboard
- Front door with a zippered, mesh screen and a zippered vinyl layer to block wind and weather
- Zippered rear door for easy in and out
- Large zippered sunroof
- Multiple storage pockets
- Adjustable safety leash to keep pets secure while riding
- Removable and washable cushion
- 20" air-filled tires
- Folds down for easy storage
- Includes universal bicycle hitch
- Convert into a stroller with the Track'r Houndabout II Stroller Kit; sold separately
- Available in Red (Medium) or Blue (Large)
Sizing Chart for Medium Trailer (for pets up to 50 lbs)
Cabin - 26" x 17" x 20"
Fully Assembled; including wheels and attachment arm - 46" x 23" x 29"
Folded Down - 27" x 19" x 9"
Wheels on Cabin - 16"
Weight - 20 lbs
Sizing Chart for Large Trailer (for pets up to 110 lbs)
Cabin - 33" x 22" x 26"
Fully Assembled; including wheels and attachment arm - 55" x 33" x 33"
Folded Down - 34" x 23" x 9"
Wheels on Cabin - 20"
Weight - 25 lbs
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Dimensions: See size information above
Product Number: 62341
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