Cute hanging and flying bats are the shadowy guardians of the night with a moonlit twilight sky behind them in this collaboration with Florida artist Samm Wehman!
🐾You will be glad this bag joined your pack! Loaded with features to make dog walking, training and daily life easier! It's big enough to hold everything you and your dog need!
🐎🍄We also designed this bag with other animal trainers/owners and mushroom foragers in mind! This bag expands to have more depth than our previous models so can handle more mushrooms without crushing them or larger treats for a horse. 🐎🍄
Even though this bag style has features dog owners and animal trainers have been asking for it is meant for everyone! The collapsible dog waist roll pocket inside allows the grommet to still be used for headphones if you would like! The front divided compartment perfectly fits a large phone in one section, while also great for storing a couple of cards and cash in the back space with the velcro closure.
Features for dog owners!
Built with a dog bag dispenser rubber grommet and a pocket inside to hold the roll in place.
⭐️ Includes 3 zippered compartments
⭐️Bag Measures 11 wide x 7.25" tall x 3" deep
⭐️The largest compartment measures 8.5" wide x 7" tall x 2.25" deep
⭐️Fits hip/waist size 18"- 57.75" with a 12 inch extender is available also!
⭐️Made with 100% recycled polyester.💧♻️
⭐️Built for doin' stuff
*Some of the pictures show the original Rover. There are a few design changes not reflected in those images.
*Please note the side d-rings are not intended for attaching your dog. They are useful for a clicker for training, lightweight collapsible water bowl, etc.
Meet the Artist:
Samm Wehman Epstein is a full time artist living in Gainesville, Florida with her husband and 3 rescued pitbulls! Her main medium is acrylics which she uses on a variety of surfaces in bright, cheerful colors and a whimsical vibe. Samm frequently uses a lot of reclaimed materials in her original art including reclaimed wood and repurposed fan blades to keep materials out of landfills whenever she can.
Samm spent several years working within the field of wildlife conservation, education and research before pursuing art full time. She loved the work she did with animals but her creative brain was constantly wandering and wishing to spend more time creating.. so she ultimately transitioned into art as a full time career. To still feel connected and make a difference for animals, Samm uses her artistic abilities to lead painting party fundraisers that raise money for animal-welfare and conservation non-profits. Most of Samm’s art business is creating commissioned animal artwork and custom pet portraits.