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Pup Tent

$78.00

The Pup Tent is a great way to have your furry friend safe and protected from the elements without having them climb in your hammock with you. It is made from Xenon Sil 5300 and Nano Noseeum Bug Netting and will include grosgrain loops or 1/2″ beastee d-rings for all guy line tie out points. We will also include a stuff sack to store your Pup Tent in.

weight: 274.7 g

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The Pup Tent is a great way to have your furry friend safe and protected from the elements without having them climb in your hammock with you. It is made from Xenon Sil 5300 and Nano Noseeum Bug Netting and will include grosgrain loops or 1/2″ beastee d-rings for all guy line tie out points. We will also include a stuff sack to store your Pup Tent in.
You will be able to suspend your Pup Tent directly from your hammock suspension and conveniently under your tarp. With the mesh front this will allow your Pup to be able to see you while the back two panels will keep him protected from various weather situations. If the weather will be clear you can also utilize a tree limb and your Pup can be set up in their own location.
(Coming soon we will have an option that will utilize poles enabling you to have a free standing Pup Tent)

Specifications:
– Weight – 274.7
– Base Measurement – 58″ symmetrical triangle
– Center Inside Height – 48″/Outside over all measurement – 58″
– 3 tie out points that will have 1/2″ beastee d-rings
– 3 grosgrain loops to stake your pup tent out directly to the ground
– 1 stuff sack included for storing your pup tent

Additional information

Weight 274.7 g
SKU DUT141

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  1. Question

    Ron Walker

    Hey Dutch, Just double checking the size of the pup tent. I think it is described as 58″ per side (an equilateral triangular prism of 58″ per side). 58″ seems big to me, nearly 5 feet. Is that the correct measurement? Anyway, love the idea. Glad you went with three-sided, not four. I’ll be buying one when the pole add-on gets settled into place.

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    • Carolyn

      Admin Carolyn

      Yes that is an outside dimension and we will be updating the inside dimensions from center floor to the top for you.

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  2. Question

    smcguire36

    How big a dog will fit in this pup tent? I have two dogs, 65 lbs and 85 lbs. I don’t think the bigger one would fit in this.

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      Carolyn

      Admin Carolyn

      It is a decent size tent that I would say a Golden would fit in if that gives you an idea for size. We did have one seamstress sit in the pup tent as a joke and she is about 5’7″ tall. The dog that is featured in the photos is a blonde border collie that is about l40lbs.

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  3. Question

    jlhart68

    How can the height be 58″ when the triangular sides are 58″ on each side. Geometrically four triangles with 58″ sides will not be 58″ high in the center. I expect the height is closer to 47.4″

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    • Carolyn

      Admin Carolyn

      These are the outside measurements however we will be updating what the inside measurements will be from the center floor to the top.

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  4. Question

    Jim Bohannon

    I see a giant gear stash and a place to sit and each lucky charms out of my UL “dog” bowl.

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  5. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

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    Ron Walker (verified owner)

    This is both question and review. Just back from five nights on the the trail with my 57 pound mutt. The pup tent had plenty of room for my dog and my 70 L pack (which my dog likes to nest against) and my dog’s saddle bags. Also fit in a piece of blue pad for my dog to keep warm on. It worked as hoped. I’d buy it again. But . . .

    I could have fit in a whole other fifty pound dog (especially in the cool spring weather when they want to curl up). I say that because it would be great to have another size option. Perhaps about 6 inches less length on each side would make setup easier, reduce the weight, and certainly still fit my dog. Then I could have my tarp ridge line a bit lower if I wanted, and also I wouldn’t have to be worried about rain getting in the the corners of the tent where, because of the size of the tent, the mesh is a bit exposed if the wind changes direction at all. This is especially true if I have to have my tarp high enough to accommodate the 48″ height of the tent. I did get some rain in the pup tent because of that. Not a disaster, but I think fixable by having a smaller tent.

    As Greg suggested, netting tie backs might be a worthwhile inclusion.

    Not sure what to think about having more solid wall and less mesh, as rockclmb suggested. More solid wall is good in colder weather, fore sure, but maybe not so great in hot weather. Maybe some way of attaching a solid door for the colder trips? Snaps?

    So I guess my question was gonna be “Are you able to take these suggestions into consideration when making version 2 of the pup tent.” I don’t really need an answer to that, but it will be interesting to watch how this tent evolves. I am really glad you are making it. It is a welcome addition to my dog’s kit.

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  6. Question

    paradox2222

    I meant to ask a question, not leave a review, my apoloigies!

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    • Carolyn

      Admin Carolyn

      It is a zipper that can be closed or left open.

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  7. Greg Wheat

    4 out of 5 Now my dog can carry his own shelter

    Greg Wheat (verified owner)

    Got this for my 120 lb Lab mix ( Sam ) who likes to join me in the woods. Plan to use it on an upcoming week long backpacking trip and Sam will be carrying it in his pack. Sam must have known that this was his bling as he grabbed the package when it was delivered and did not want to give it up.

    Well made and simple to set up. Wish there were some color options.

    I recommend adding a couple of tie backs for keeping the skeeter netting out of the way when the netting is unzipped. I will be adding some as it looks like it will be a easy DIY hack.

    I did cut an old CCF pad to fit inside that I will have to carry so Sam will have some insulation under him when he is in the tent.

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  8. jau1776

    5 out of 5 Great Idea

    jau1776 (verified owner)

    Love the idea. I think this is great for the right dog(s). My mutt was too goofy to enjoy it and ended up scratching at the netting and tore it up. It’s totally my fault and my dog’s, the product itself is standard Dutchware (excellent). I highly recommend this product, but again, make sure your fuzzy friend isn’t a panic-y escape artist.

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  9. rockclmb

    4 out of 5 3 Nights, and my Dog, likes it

    rockclmb (verified owner)

    Nice Pup, dog tent. Just wish it had, almost a solid door, instead of all bug screen. Still kind of cool out, for my couch dog, ;-). And hard to have the tarp too low, with the pup tent, under it. Maybe 3 or 6, little places (Tabs) to put cord, down lower, on the 3 seams. ( A foot or 2 from the point) To tie up the above part, of pup tent.. Just a thought. Instead of the peak. But I like it, for being so light. Only car camped, so far. Ready to try it out on the trails. Oh, I have a 50 pound Jack Russel Terrier. Lots of room for him. He is always turning around, for the better sleeping positions 😉
    Jeff

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  10. Question

    bmxmaster909

    Do we have an ETA on when poles will be added to make this free standing?

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    • Carolyn

      Admin Carolyn

      We don’t however can make it happen if you need this option available. Please email us at sales@dutchwaregear.com

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