GoPro Debuts Its First Dedicated Dog Mount


GoPro has just launched its first ever dedicated dog mount. Called the ‘Fetch’ mount, this unique harness system allows you to officially and easily attach up to two GoPros to your pooch and capture the playtime shenanigans from their point of view.

The padded harness allows you to mount a GoPro camera on either your puppy’s stomach or back, and is designed to be a one-fits-all solution that will fit any dog between 15–200 lbs… which should about cover everybody.


And if your pooch is a bit of a wild one, no need to fret that your cameras might go missing: GoPro has included tethers to the camera mounts to make sure they don’t get lost even if they get shaken off.

Here are some sample photos showing what you can capture using the mount:





Of course, being an official piece of GoPro gear, the harness doesn’t come cheap. At $60, it’s quite the investment for something you might only use here and there, but if you’re one of those people who takes their dog with them on daring adventures, it’ll be a no brainer.

So head on over to the GoPro store to find out more, or secure a harness of your own for your husky Dakota… or your pitbull Diesel… or your beagle Shiloh.

(via Gizmodo)

  • Thekaph

    Poor dogs. Now you’ll look as dumb as your owner.


  • OtterMatt

    Ladies and gentlemen, we have finally reached the pinnacle of society. Guess it’s Kool-Aid time, it’s all downhill from here! Later, guys!

  • Future is Now

    I wonder where anyone would find a “dedicated dog”?

  • Mike Yurche

    My dog is only 13 pounds. Guess she doesn’t qualify. :

  • Andy Neale

    $60 US… £59.99 in the UK… More rip of UK prices

  • kulardenu

    Where are the twin tablet holders on the sides to sync with the GoPro? One could be live view and the other a walking billboard/slideshow for the master’s photography portfolio/business?

  • Greg Gorman

    AU$120!! WTF?

  • Phase19

    Love it, would definitely get one if I had a dog…

  • Ondrej Vranka

    I can imagine, this may have a sence in some special events e.g. rescue operations using a dog in areas man can’t reach due body size…

  • James

    This is great! Until the poor dog rolls over on its back and injures itself..

  • Jdregula

    I have. She just collapsed in a heap and refused to move.

  • Kermit

    This is as good a reason as any to buy a dog from a puppy mill this weekend.


    Deserves a Scooby Snack for all that panting