Dog carrier purses are perfect for fashionable travel, whether out on the town or meeting fellow dog owners for pet playdates. They're generally not suitable for dogs who weigh more than 10 to 12 pounds, so if it turns out the puppy is part pit bull, stick with leashes.
Smaller "teacup" dogs will fit into a bag that does double duty as a pet carrier and a purse. Stow your accessories—cell phone, cosmetics, dog treats -- in inside and outside pockets.
Make sure your dog carrier purse has that cute "peek" option so that you can share your day with your dog -- and your dog with your friends!
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