An emergency Dog Carrying Harness for your backcountry canine

As dog lovers, we understand the joy that our faithful companions get out of being by our side during our backcountry adventures. Just as there is an element of risk when we go into the backcountry the same holds true for our dogs. Most dog-people who take their dog with them on adventures have either had an incident or have thought about what they would do if their dog became sick or injured miles from safety. One such incident was the catalyst for the invention of the Fido Pro Airlift, the initial product offering from, Fido Pro.

Emergency Dog Carrier for Backpacking

Fido Pro Airlift

The Fido Pro Airlift (patent pending) is a highly functional, easy to use, hammock-style backpack that a single person can use to rescue their canine friend in an emergency. The Airlift is lightweight and packable, specifically designed to live in the bottom of your backpack alongside your personal emergency gear.


Peace of Mind

No matter the season or the sport, the Fido Pro Airlift provides you peace of mind as you venture into the wild, knowing that you have a reliable method for saving your companion. We believe that anyone taking their dog into the backcountry bears the responsibility of caring for and being able to rescue their companion.  The Fido Pro Airlift is recommended and used by the National Association For Search And Rescue.

Injured K9 Evacuation Gear
Packable Dog Rescue Gear

The Airlift is the ideal emergency dog carrier for:

  • Hiking

  • Backpacking

  • Skiing & Snowboarding

  • Bird Hunting

  • Snowshoeing

  • Trail Running

  • Fishing

  • Mountain Biking

  • …or any activity in the woods or backcountry.

Fido Pro Canine Rescue Gear Logo

“Having the confidence to safely and effectively immobilize your dog, and extract them from a remote location to seek medical attention is invaluable. The care and attention to canine anatomy is evident in the [ Airlift’s ] design, and the convenience is obvious in the weight of the product.”

— Dr. Ben Mackin, Veterinarian, Carbondale Animal Hospital