Doggy Cruiser is an Australian company born out of love for our four-legged pals.
As humans, we love getting out in the country and the city but couldn’t bear to leave our fur babies at home. Why, we thought, should they miss out on all the fun while we are exploring, camping, hiking or hitting the town? Enter Doggy Cruiser, the comfortable, supportive and safe dog carrier backpack.
All of our Doggy Cruiser products are made to the highest standards so that you and your dog will love and look forward to spending time together. We have carefully chosen colours and styles to suit every pooch and its personality (not to mention their human’s outfits). Now all you need to do is choose your next adventure…"

Doggy Cruiser Sizing Guide

At Doggy Cruiser, your safety and comfort are our priority. We want you and your best friend to enjoy the ride, so it’s really important to buy the correct size. Just like us, dogs come in all shapes and sizes so please don’t guess how tall Fido is – get your tape measure and follow the instructions below.

Measuring instructions :

You need to measure your dog in the same position as it sits in the Doggy Cruiser. This means measuring it while on its back legs, bottom on the floor (a ‘begging’ position).

Ask someone to hold the dog’s front paws up and off the ground, so its back is straight while you measure from the base of its tail to the collar.

Repeat this measurement to double-check.

Use this measurement to choose the correct size.

Bag sizes

Extra Small

25cm – 35cm from tail base to collar

Average weight in kg: 3.5

Typical dogs of this size: Chihuahua, Maltese, Yorkshire Terrier*


35cm – 43cm from tail base to collar

Average weight in kg: 6

Typical dogs of this size: Mini Dachshund, Boston Terrier, Minature Schnauzer*


43cm – 50cm from tail base to collar

Average weight in kg: 9

Typical dogs of this size: Small French Bulldog, Pug*


50cm – 58cm from tail base to collar

Average weight in kg: 13.5

Typical dogs of this size: Corgi, Large French Bulldog* *

These are purely for guidance – it is far better to measure your dog.

When it comes to choosing the right size the key things to remember are:

Please contact us if you have any issues or problems with finding the correct sized bag for your dog.