Impact Dog Crate (Collapsible), 400 Model, Large, Grey in Color
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- Crate Size - 400 (see reference chart in images) * 20% lighter than comparable crates
- Door: 19.8x14.8 * ID:34Lx24.5Wx28T * OD: 34.5Lx25Wx28.5T (Including airline rails/corners) * When Collapsed: 34.5Lx25Wx7.5T
- Welded rivet construction * Increased airflow with larger vent holes and door openings
- Marine grade slam latch automatically locks into place for a no hassle close
- IATA compliant * Made in the USA
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Say goodbye to dog crate storage woes. Each collapsible crate is made from American-made high quality aluminum with a powder coated finish, meaning it’s both heavy duty, lightweight, and will help reflect heat away from your pup. This crate conveniently collapses to less than eight inches tall and can be set up or taken down in seconds. Ideal for most dogs, this is not a recommended crate if your pet has anxiety issues or is an escape artist. In cases like these, we recommend our stationary High Anxiety Crate.
Special Features Include:
*Simple to set up and collapse
*20% lighter than comparable crates
*Marine grade slam latch and hardware provides optimal security for your pet
Latch automatically locks into place for a no hassle close
*Increased airflow with larger vent holes and door openings
*Composite corners offer impact protection and the ability to stack multiple crates
*Rounded square vents for airflow and illusion of direct line of site causing less stress
*Welded rivet construction
*3/8 Inch round bars welded with crossbar for stability
*Airline rails included
*Airline rail storage slots
*Handle for carrying ease of collapsed crate
*Durable powder coat inside and outside
Top customer reviews
I did my homework and read all of the incredible reviews on this crate. My friends thought I was out of my mind spending this kind of money on a crate when I could easily get one at the local pet store for a fraction of the cost. I explained that I was impressed with the reviews and the money that I was spending on replacing sofas, among other things, was way more than the one time cost of this crate. Besides, none of those crates from the local pet stores were working. I bought the most expensive ones, thinking that they were the best. Toby proved them wrong.
When the crate arrived, it took me only a few minutes to have it set up and ready for occupancy. I held onto the box that it was shipped in just in case I was going to be sending it back for a refund, as soon as he broke free. I added the only blanket that he has not destroyed and he watched in disbelief that his blanket was actually going in, and he was destine to be next.
After being gone for most of the afternoon on the first day he was crated, I couldn't help but wonder what in the world I was going to come home to. How far will he have "walked" the crate across the room? What is his revenge going to be? What will be destroyed? Will he have chewed and eaten his only remaining blanket out of anxiety and insecurity? When I returned home, I fully expected if he was still inside the crate that he would be so mad and out of breath from trying to escape. He was as calm as could be. He did not chew his blanket, "walk" the crate across the room, and there was no evidence that he even tried to escape. Winner! Winner!! Winner!!!
I have never had to "force" him inside. He goes in willing and seems to have accepted that this is his safe place. I could not be happier with this purchase and am now among the reviewers that this is by far, the best Amazon purchase I have ever made!!
Toby is a brute, at nearly 70 lb. and more growing to come. After I placed the order, i thought that I might should have gotten the XL crate for fear that the L was not going to be big enough. I was wrong! The Large is PLENTY big and he has growing room too boot!
Thank you so much for offering this amazing product! I have been raving about it on social media and couldn't be happier with my decision!
OH, and I have thrown the shipping box in the recycle bin!
I should probably preface that my Husky has destroyed three crates so far, so that's the only reason why I would spent so much on an "inescapable" crate.I also did a couple of weeks of crate training (30min - 3hrs) before leaving him in there for a full day. On the first full day I leave him in there, I come home my dog laying by front door, and the crate door wide open. YES, I should also mention my dog's name is Houdini for a reason. He chewed on the locking mechanism until he learned to unhook the latch and open from the inside... from the inside of the crate, he can open the latch.
I also came home to a bloody dog and blood spatter on the walls next to the crate. The aluminum for the holes is incredibly sharp, and my dog's nose was completely cut open (so he no longer has black at the top of his nose). He also had a cut on his paw. So I cleaned him and patched him up, then cleaned the crate and the walls.
I decided to give it one more try with a padlock, and while it did keep him in, I came home to a complete mess.There was blood all over the crate and my pup. In addition to more cuts around his face and mouth, he chipped a tooth, and wore down his two bottom canines so they are now gray to match the metal.
Now that I have some pretty expensive vet bills for his dental work, I also can't return the expensive crate that didn't work since they have a 30 day return policy... and I'm three days late on that.
I just wanted to put this as a warning to those who have extremely tenacious, stubborn dogs.