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    21 Things From Walmart For Anyone Who Wants To Bring Their Dog Everywhere They Go

    Oh, the places you'll go – with your pup!

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    1. A safety harness so your pup will be secure while you're on the road.


    Promising review: "This has been so great for our dog, who usually finds his way to the front seat or positions himself on the center console. He's had no issues wearing it." —ACD1

    Price: $7

    2. A GPS-linked collar just in case they try to go on any adventures without you. Whoever finds your escape artist can put their serial number into the website and you'll get a text with their location!


    Promising review: "This collar is great! I love how there is no tag that can wear away. The person who finds your dog just has to go to the website and put in the ID number. You can set up a profile with your phone number, address, and even a photo of the dog! The quality is nice and not cheaply made. Also the ID number and website is embedded so it won't wear off!" —Joy

    Price: $9.99–$13.99 (available in sizes S–L and five colors)

    3. A water bottle with a carbon filter and a leakproof design so that you can slip it into your backpack with your own.


    Promising review: "OMG, this is amazing! I was always caring a water bottle and some small container to pour water for Lucky but it was so annoying to carry all of that! When I used this, I was like wow! So easy and mess free!" —Ott

    Price: $12.48

    4. A 4-in-1 carrier, because you need to be able to improvise on the fly.


    Promising review: "I love this! It works as a car seat, a dog bed, a backpack, and a carrier that doesn't hurt your back. Plus, it has great pockets for all our stuff!" —Micki

    Price: $119.95

    5. A pack of grooming wipes so that they're not bringing the outside into your home. They're hypo-allergenic, eco-friendly, and fragrance-free!


    Promising review: "These keep my dog clean between baths! I always use them on her paws when coming back in to keep my house clean!" —Mollyrae

    Price: $11.99 (originally $16.99)

    6. A travel bag so you can pack all of the supplies you need for a long week away. Kinda like a diaper bag but for your fur baby!


    Promising review: "I got two of these as emergency go-bags during hurricane season, but now I use them all the time." —Mindy

    Price: $49.95

    7. A cooling pad so they don't overheat during those sweltering summer days.


    Promising review: "My arthritic dog loves lying on this pad. It cools her off and provides a nice cushion for her old body." —Marley

    Price: $14.99–$31.99 (available in sizes M–Jumbo and three colors)

    8. A hammock if you've got a smelly floofer who will ruin your backseat if you don't cover it up.


    Promising review: "Excellent item for the price. Very easy to install and adjust. I have a German Shepherd and it really keeps slobber and hair from getting all over my car. It also keeps my dog from hurting himself if I have to slam on the brakes. Very happy with my purchase." —Diane

    Price: $21.88

    9. A coat so that a little rain won't keep you in the house.


    Promising review: "This raincoat is so cute and well-made. It is easy to put on and the reflector stripe is just enough." —Fobo

    Price: $9.99–$14.99 (available in sizes S–XL and 11 colors)

    10. A cargo liner for the trunk if you're traveling with the whole family.


    Price: $27.79 (originally $50.56)

    11. A dog coupler so that you don't end up in a tangled mess of leashes when you're just trying to take your pups for a quick walk.


    Promising review: "This is an excellent product! I have two Boston Terriers who make it impossible to walk them on two separate leashes. This coupler is adjustable, so you can have the dogs closer or farther apart. My dogs do really well walking together now! Both the leash and the hooks are well-made." —hdrider13

    Price: $5.88

    12. A dog barrier, because they're always trying to hop up into your lap — which you're totally down for when it's not dangerous for them.


    Promising review: "This dog barrier works great for my dog. It's just what I had been looking for. My dog does not try to get into the front seat. Great!" —happycamper

    Price: $11.99

    13. A life jacket so you can keep them safe when they're going for a swim.


    Promising review: "I have an eight-pound yorkie that fits into this perfectly. It's adjustable around the neck and on both straps around the stomach. There's a great handle on top that's handy when getting your dog out of the water and onto the boat! I would definitely recommend." —Abbie

    Price: $16.12–$43.99 (available in sizes XS–XL)

    14. A 4-pack of collapsible bowls, because you'll need them for those long hikes.


    Promising review: "Well worth the money! I'll keep them in both vehicles and our camper." —AICY

    Price: $9.99

    15. A booster seat so your littlest buddy can stick their head out the window.


    Promising review: "My dog loves to ride along with me in the car. He is a small dog and I have always been afraid that he would slide around in the car as I drive. This booster seat was the perfect solution. Now I can take Tank with me everywhere I go. Tank sits in the booster seat and enjoys the views out the window." —Master

    Price: $24.92

    16. A pet ramp, because your old boy needs a little help getting into the car.


    Price: $44.99

    17. A stroller if you like to bring your dog with you while you're running all of your errands.


    Promising review: "It's a very nice stroller. I like the extra storage on the bottom and cup holders on top. Got a lot of compliments." —Gammy

    Price: $49.99

    18. A 2-in-1 backpack and harness so they can carry some of the supplies to the campsite.


    Price: $19.99

    19. A travel crate that has wheels and is airline-approved so traveling with them doesn't feel like an impossible task.


    Promising review: "I travel alone, so dealing with heavy luggage is nearly too much for me to handle — adding a huge kennel and a curious doberman makes it impossible. The wheels, double handles, and hand grooves on this crate make it so much more manageable. It was simple to slide the wheels off when it was time to crate my dog and turn him over to TSA." —HappyTraveler

    Price: $44.99–$299.99 (available in sizes S–XXXL)

    20. A warm winter coat so you can still go on long walks despite the snow.


    Promising review: "This color is more blue than in the picture which makes it even better. It washes well and keeps the puppy warm without being too thick and heavy. I ended up buying a few in a couple different colors." —RodneyVGeorge

    Price: $15.99–$16.99 (originally $31.98+, available in sizes XS–XL and 3 colors)

    21. A set of extreme weather boots that'll keep their paws protected when the going gets tough.


    Promising review: "These have worked well for my dog. He hasn't had any problems walking, even in -50 degree wind chill." —Pamela

    Price: $10.76–$21.59 (available in sizes XXS–XL)

    Time to get on the road with your best buds!

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