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Pet Gear AT3 All-Terrain Pet Stroller for cats and dogs up to 60-pounds, Red Poppy

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  • Large protective pet compartment with zippered opening for easy access
  • Internal fleece pad with waterproof tray
  • Storage basket and parent tray for all your pets extras
  • Easy one-hand fold mechanism
  • Interior dimensions 28 x 14.5 x 23-inches; for pets up to 60-pounds
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 33 x 13.5 x 18.5 inches ; 16 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 29.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000BASMWC
  • Item model number: PG8300RP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92,010 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Pet Gear strollers are a great way to take your pet with you on a long walk through the park, a walk around the block, or maybe even shopping at the mall. They safely contain and protect your pet wherever you go! The AT-3 All Terrain stroller has a sporty Euro-Canopy, reversible fleece/waterproof pad, large storage basket, parent tray, front locking swivel wheel, rear shock absorbers, and brakes. For pets up to 60-pounds.

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Well designed and built.
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So now he gets to ride along when we go walking.
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He loves looking around and enjoying the rest.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Kathleen San Martino TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 29, 2008
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I purchased this for my two cats because they seemed bored being cooped up in the house all day and needed something other than my daily play sessions with them. I love the stroller, although one of my cats hasn't gotten use to it yet. The fat one didn't want to come out after I took him home.

I gave the unit a 4 because of the second Con and the fact that the first unit was defective due to how tightly they design the front.

Pros:
- Excellent size for two cats (one fat one and one normal size) - you can probably even get three normal-sized cats in it comfortably

- It's so easy to push, pull, and go up and down stairs with (I live on the 2nd floor) - there is a certain "give" in the wheels when going up and down stairs as if the unit had shocks - a very nice feature and feel.

- Has ample storage - tray holder, the under cab pocket, and the tray on the bottom under this pocket

- Ride is very smooth

- It's nice that it collapses, even though it doesn't fold flat - front cab has to be unzippered for you to collapse

- Excellent brakes, though a little difficult for me to release once engaged

- Great design in that it has both a front and back entrance for your pets

- It's nice to have the rain cover just in case, though some may have a hard time figuring out how it goes on. I store it in the pocket under the cab.

Cons:
- Assembly instructions are incomplete so you must guess a little

- Front cab is a bit tightly assembled so it is very difficult to zipper the front (this was the case on both the strollers I got--the torn one and its replacement). Since I don't fold the stroller, I keep the cab zippered in front and let the cats in the back.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Carson's Owner on September 14, 2006
I just purchased the Pet Gear All Terrain Pet Stroller. I previously though that pet strollers were really silly products, but when I purchased a new puppy, I realized that I needed a stroller that would allow me to take the puppy along while I exercised my other dog. I highly recommend this stroller, the large wheels which easily turn in all directions makes it easy to manage one dog and the stroller. The entire unit moves across sidewalks and grass very smoothly so that jogging with any dog under 50 lbs is easy.The design has large compartments for water bottles, pets dishes and food, in addition to any articles that I want to take to the park. In addition, the pet compartment is roomy and well ventilated and has additional weather protection covers. My puppy could see everything through the large front and back panels and play with her toys. The only disadvantage is its size when folded. The stroller collapses and has good brakes, but the front wheel prevents the unit from collapsing flat, which can take up a lot of room a car.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Kristin TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 7, 2007
I bought this for my beagle (show puppy), as we go to a lot of shows and when on the road, we like to go places... Well, it is so great that I now use it at the show too--we put his grooming equipment in the bottom tray, and he stands in the bed while I get him ready. Before and after the class, he just sleeps in his bed. So simple! I used to be the only one there with one of these, but now after a few shows, others are catching on, too.
My kids say that this stroller is better than the one I had for them when they were babies--and they are right. This is stable, easy to steer, etc.
Oh, and when I get another show beagle, she will fit in, too. Such a deal!
(Oh, and I paid full price for mine, so the Friday sale price is amazing!!!)
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Camille on July 7, 2008
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I own a 6 year old miniature Schnauzer. We live in an area where the temperatures reach 115 degrees in the summer. We also have a problem with coyotes attacking small dogs. After 3/4 of a mile he easily tires and there is the danger of him becoming dehydrated. This is when the pet stroller takes over. He loves looking around and enjoying the rest. His safety is also ensured inside the stroller. Great storage for water, keys, etc.
I appreciate the ability to continue walking and the extra workout I receive from extending my walk and the extra 25 pounds inside the stroller. The stroller maneuvers bumps and turns quite well.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Margaret J. Kirk on April 5, 2009
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I purchased the pet stroller because I have an older Westie who still wants to go for walks with us, but tires out before we get back home. I was concerned about how sturdy the stroller would be because we walk on ditch roads that are not paved, and are anything but smooth. It really does work well! My dog enjoys riding in it, and especially enjoys being able to go out for the long walks again (and I don't end up having to carry him home.) The stroller is very easy to maneuver, and easy to set-up and collapse. It is still rather large when collapsed, so I really don't bother to collapse it very often. I really would recommend this item. It was much less expensive than other models I considered, and I am really pleased with it. Thank you!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By TerrierLover on September 2, 2008
I just posted a "negative" review on the Happy Trails buggy. We tried both in the store. My dog hated the Happy Trails - much too wobbly - and he LOVES this one. It's very well built, the handle is comfortably high for my 6'5" husband. It's easy to maneuver, took it out last night on gravel and grass and had no trouble. It's very easy to push - not as heavy as it looks. The wheels are nice and big. It does collapse - requires a bit of finesse but not that difficult. Once collapsed, it locks shut and has a grip on the side to hold it. We did purchase a small bed to go inside.
I absolutely recommend it.
FYI: My dog is between 23-25 pounds
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