Photos: Animal Packers

YummybowlPetHub dog finderOvo HomeK9 Courier BagPickle PocketInsectShield bug buffer
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With the Yummybowl, you'll never spill cat chow in your weekend bag again. Stacked, it carried food and water in a tiered, airtight canteen; unpacked, it's a three-piece serving set. $40, sleepypod.com.
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Better than a lost-dog poster, PetHub tags carry QR codes for your pet's name, address, and medical needs. If your pooch ges astray, it also sends you GPS data from the finder's phone. From $13, pethub.com.
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Habitrail's portable Ovo Home packs a food dish, water bottle, exercise wheel, and hideout inside a 10" x 22" x 11" space-age pod. Only the very top is vented, so you won't be vacuuming wood chips out of the floorboard. $40, petco.com.
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Kurgo's K9 Courier Bag is like an RV for pets. Strap it on a car seat back for long drives, sling it over your shoulder for quick excursions, and unfold it at inght for an on-the-go pet bed, complete with a fold-out pallet and a semi-enclosed nook. $70, kurgostore.com.
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It bounces! It wobbles! It floats! And if your pup gnaws at it long enough, Starmark's Pickle Pocket dog toy will cough up a treat. Great at rest stops to coax your pooch to burn off all that excess backseat energy. $20, triplecrowndogs.com.
Sam Kaplan
It's awfully cute when your pet tried to bite a bug in midflight, but it's not very effective. InsectShield's new line of apparel repels mosquitos, ticks, chiggers, and flies, thanks to fivers infused with odorless permethrin, the same stuff in flea dips and lice shampoos. $10, doggles.com.
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