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Petra is shown wearing the Critter's Inflatable life jacket while testing its use at a Search and Rescue (SAR) training exercise.
Petra is shown wearing the Critter's Inflatable life jacket while testing its use at a Search and Rescue (SAR) training exercise.
Petra is certified as a SAR dog for wilderness and water search operations.
Truly is a 3-year old female English bulldog, loves to splash around, swim, and retrieve sticks from the water.
Truly lives in a lakeside house in southeast South Dakota, where (when she's not swimming) she will stand for hours on the dock watching a bobber and waiting for someone to reel in a fish.
Frank, a 110lb Standard Poodle, got to try out this new sport!! The only way his owner would have let him on her board was with this vest. Worked like a charm as he was not at all uncomfortable (like the others she had tried.)
Higgins is wearing his new Critter's Inflatable life jacket. His owner said: "It's great, he loves it."
Higgins is from Victoria, BC Canada and has recently modeled his life jacket at the local boat show in Victoria and lots of people were asking about his life jacket.
His owner said: "Baron weighs 53 lbs and the large fits him perfect. Bulldogs are sensitive to heat and a traditional life jacket was not an option. Thanks for the great product!!"
Petra is shown wearing the Critter's Inflatable life jacket while testing its use at a Search and Rescue (SAR) training exercise.
Bear wearing with his Critter's Inflatable orally inflated (partially) before going into the water.
Bear in the water with his Critter's Inflatable orally inflated. See Kaitlin Schneinder's product review at our Links Webpage.
Luna is a Sheltie. Luna's owner said: "Luna's Critter's Inflatable life jacket gave me peace of mind while out on our boat. She didn't mind wearing the jacket all day on our boat even though the temperatures got fairly warm at times."
Luna's owner said: "It was nice knowing we could easily find her in the water if she slipped and fell off the swim step, which she has done in the past. The jacket was easy to put on and take off too."
Hero is shown wearing the Critter's Inflatable life jacket while at a Search and Rescue (SAR) training exercise.
Before Hero had his Critter's Inflatable, he had to wear a bulky and uncomfortable foam life jacket shown in this set of pictures.
This set of pictures shows Hero wearing his comforatable Critter's Inflatable.
Hero is shown wearing the Critter's Inflatable life jacket while at a Search and Rescue (SAR) training exercise.
Bailey, an 11 pound Maltese who lives with the owner of the "Inn by the Sea" in Cape Elizabeth Maine. In addition to boating, Bailey likes to play on the docks with other dogs, so he got a life jacket that he can move around in without restricting his play.
Chula and Mija, photo taken July 2009, on their way to Corpus Christi, Texas. In November of 2009 they left Texas embarking on a cruise of the Caribbean.
Cricket a Jack Russell boating out of Los Angeles, California.
Maddie (Madeline Red) a Mini-Bull Terrier. Maddie weighs about 30-35 pounds.
Roxy in the pool during a daily workout. Roxy can now swim without ingesting pool water.
Chula has no problem diving off the boat or out of the dinghy to go for a swim and her first introduction to dolphins had her almost taking a mid ocean dip.
CJ an active working member of 8WR, Div 11 US Coast Guard Auxiliary Kids Water Safety Team - visits schools, safety fairs, boat shows and outdoor events; promotes boating safety and wearing lifejackets. CJ is currently the most highly decorated service dog in the state of Minnesota.
Izzy wearing her Critter's Inflatable®. Izzy is a four year old Havanese from McCordsville, Indiana.
Tony, a bearded collie, wearing his Critter's Inflatable®. When Tony hears the words, "do you want to go for a boat ride?" he starts bouncing (which is something Beardies do when they are really happy). He hates to be left behind!

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