Yes, she would probably love it. The Chihauhua is probably small enough that she could use a small soft tool box, which I did when my Pug was real small. My Pug really loves to ride. I took him with me on every ride last Fall except one. He looked very sad wen I returned.Need one for my wifes cruiser so she can carry her Chihuahua
Well, my Pug is seven months old & I'll bet he weighs close to twenty pounds. I'm hoping that he quits growing. Those T-Bag carriers have a 20 pound weight limit, but I'm sure you could stretch that a bit. However, I'm worried about his size, length. I believe that the T bag has a width of around 19 inches.:wink:The problem I have with my Pug is he weighs 22lbs, I think he is a monster not fat just big. Everyone i see say hes a monster. My daughter has a female and she weighs 12lbs
I've pretty much decided that this Roadhound carrier is going to be too big and cumbersom, so at this time I would say that I'll end up with a T-bag. I plan on calling them today to see if they have an attachment system that wotks with a tourbox, which I have on my ST. Apparently you need a sissy bar to slide the carrier down onto. I don't have a sissy bar, nor can you put one on with a tourbox.Still looking anybody have ideas, pics of something you beleive may work?
I think that was it, but not sure. ebay's search system leave a lot to be desired. I paid 276 for it, which was a good deal. Almost new. However, I did find that the large Junior model is real big, much bigger than the tourbox on me Honda ST1300. I kind of wish I would have gotten the one in between. My Pug is 20#, but the Junior model seems too big.how did you find the one on ebay. Under pet carriers?