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Pint-sized pets can snooze in style in Sleepypod. The lightweight travel bed has a luggage-grade, ballistic nylon base and an ultra plush removable lining that can be machine washed and dried. Zip up its mesh dome and use it as a carrier or car seat. $189.99, petonly.ca

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Be prepared for pit stops and water breaks with RuffBowl. The portable drinking bowl and bag holder attaches easily onto Fido’s retractable leash without weighing down your walk. After the poop has been scooped, the leash holds used bags on the handle (and away from your hand). $8 U.S.; ruffbowl.com

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Stop for an impromptu hydration break, RuffBowl holds up to 135 ml of water at a time.

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Mountain Smith’s K-9 Cube keeps all of Fido’s gear organized and close at hand. The packing system includes a kibble container, collapsible water and food containers with leak-proof linings, mesh pockets to hold tennis balls. Also included is a soft-sided Frisbee. $60 (U.S.); mountainsmith.com

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