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Impact Collapsible, Durable Aluminum Dog Crate
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|Item Weight||100 Kilograms|
About this item
- Collapses in minutes: This heavy-duty all-aluminum crate conveniently collapses in minutes to less than eight inches in height for easy transportation.
- Durable!: Extremely rust-resistant powder-coated .063 aluminum construction, crush-proof corners, marine-grade stainless steel latches, welded "no-rust" rivets, and 3/8" bars with welded cross-bar for stability.
- Convenient: This crate can be set up or taken down in seconds for easy transport. Handy drain holes allow for easy and quick cleaning. Handles for easy carrying.
- 4-Sided ventilation: Superior flow-through ventilation on all four sides keeps your dog comfortable and safe and the taller height allows more headroom for your pet. Our crate is 100% dog friendly with absolutely no harmful toxins, chemicals, or dyes in any of the materials.
- Safe and Secure: Convenient marine grade stainless steel "Slam Latch" means that there is no need to lock the door behind your dog. More great features: Airline rail storage slots, spring-loaded handles, full-length piano hinge. Proudly Made in the USA
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Conveniently collapses to less than eight inches tall in seconds. Constructed of sturdy aluminum. Although this crate is durable, no crate is a good solution for dogs with high anxiety or escape artists. Sizing: Medium: 30"L x 19"W x 22"H and is perfect for dogs up to 22” tall and 50 pounds. Large: 35"L x 25"W x 29"H and is perfect for dogs up to 29” tall and 70 pounds. X-Large 41"L x 25"W x 29"H and is perfect for dogs up to 29” tall and 100 pounds. Please contact us if you have any questions about this item as it does have a 10% restock fee. Tan color.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 45 x 31 x 11 inches; 220.46 Pounds
- Date First Available : May 5, 2014
- Manufacturer : Impact
- ASIN : B00K562B3S
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|Item Weight||220.46 lbs||60.00 lbs||91.26 lbs||2.20 lbs||88.00 lbs|
|Material||Aluminum||plastic-wood polymer composite material||Metal||Plastic||Alloy Steel|
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This is my FIRST complaint ever about an Amazon Seller. STAY AWAY. DO NOT ORDER ANYTHING FROM THEM. ESPECIALLY DO NOT ORDER THIS COLLAPSABLE KENNEL. Because that is exactly what it does.
It is difficult to assemble and dangerous to you and your pet. When trying to assemble, it collapsed and pinned one of my fingers in one of the hinges. It was difficult to lift the kennel to an open position for me to extract my finger. If the kennel would have collapse completely, more than the cut and blood drawn from my finger would have been the case. Probably a lost a digit, or a paw.
Two strong, able bodied people are required to set up this portable kennel. The latches are difficult to place into proper position.
I tried to install the side bars which are required to prevent the kennel from collapsing. No matter which way I oriented the side arms, the latches would not engage into Position. The side arms are crucial element to the design of this kennel. If the side arms do not engage, it will not stay in position. Bottom line, if it won’t assemble, it can’t be used.
Do to the design flaw and safety concerns, I requested a return. I took exceptional care placing the kennel into the original packaging. We used a dolly to carry it to the car and to the shipping company. It is heavy. I paid over $200 to have the product shipped back.
Today this seller sends an email stating that due to its used condition, they will only issue a partial credit, 50%.
This product was in my possession for less than 24 hours. It was out of the box for less than an hour and if was never assembled, it could never have been used.
We had her in a wire crate while I was at work. Then one day my wife decided to wash the bed in her crate. She replaced it with a few filled up towels, which weren't quite as comfortable, while it dried. Then she left for a couple hours.
We came home to a loose dog who had destroyed all the blinds in the lower floor, spread garbage everywhere, general mayhem. Crate was DESTROYED.
We replaced the pet store wire crate with what looked like a tougher bar type. At this point it didn't matter that the comfortable pad was back, now our dog had realized there was more fun to be out of the crate, the infinite energy and concentration was unleashed. She actually tore off the welds on the bar crate within a week and we came home to her loose.
I did some intense searching and settled on this crate. There is a reason I waited a full year to review it. For the first week, every time we left, she attacked the inside with abandon, looking for weaknesses. She spent most of her energy on the lower door pulling/pushing/twisting (we actually set up a camera to watch her at work). Then she seemed to give up. Until a big storm with lots of thunder/lightening came through while my wife was out of town and I was a work. Everything inside the crate with her was reduced to fine shreds, much paint was gone from the bars in the door. Intact.
Over the next 6 months, she would at random take another balls-to-the-wall crack at breaking this crate. Then it tapered off and I waited till the spring storm season.
She has variously tried every wall of this crate, and especially the door. Every strategy (imploding, bursting, torquing, wedging, pulling things through from outside). She seems to have finally given up and just naps in there when we're gone.
This crate? Intact.
It costs a lot. That hurts. Just rip the bandage off now, all in one tug. Don't waste your money on cheaper junk (and I include that $300+ bar crateb in that) if you have a motivated escaper.
his current dog is used to going to work and gets terrible separation anxiety when left at home. After about $10,000 of ruined furniture , torn up rugs etc. He was forced to crate his dog if he could not take him to work. This dog actually tore the doors off of 2 airline crates, and one wire stainless steel crate, then finally jumped through a closed window and broke it after he escaped the crate one day after being left alone for only 10 minutes
Now this was getting dangerous to his dog
I had to write all this detail so you would know how extreme this problem WAS and how this wonderful crate fixed it.
Not ONE escape in 4 or so months now. !
I cannot say enough praises about this crate!!!!! I know it's not cheap, but the money saved in ruined furniture etcetera and probable vet bills ( although he was not cut seriously when he jumped through a CLOSED window. ) is worth every penny. My only suggestion would be to get one or even 2 sizes larger than recommended. ( ah. Yes . . . Mom bought it )