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MidWest Life Stages A.C.E. Double Door Dog Crate
- 36.75L x 23.25W x 24.75H Inches
- Secure MAXLock Door System, Easily sets up and folds down in seconds
- Removable, washable plastic pan
- Rounded corners for your pet's protection
- Detachable plastic carrying handles for transporting the folded crate
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Life Stage A.C.E. Double Door Crate 36" x 23" x 25" Intuitive Innovation from Midwest Homes for Pets. Life Stages ACE comes with the amenities of a traditional wire crate with the added convenience and security of the MAXLock Door System. The patent-pending MAXLock Door System enhances security by providing multiple lock points around the perimeter of the door. The locking handle allows you to easily and conveniently operate the door in one motion without kneeling or bending. Simply lift to unlock and swing the door open. As you close the door, just lift, position the door against the crate and lower it into the eyelet latches. Secure the handle in the down position to lock the door.
Size: 36-Inch w/Divider
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My complaints are:
1. I purchased the black color & with my puppy chewing on the wires, the black is coming off & so the crate is beginning to look a little worn even though it is only a few months old.
2. My puppy has escaped from the crate 3 times. I've seen comments on here where people have said they cannot understand how a dog can escape if the door is closed properly BUT.....believe me, they can as I've now watched her do it. I called Midwest's customer service about it & they were very good. They listened to my description of how it happens & even took notes as to how I think the design needs to change to correct it. They then sent me some leash-type clips free of charge to use to try to stop it from happening. Based on what my puppy is doing, the escape may not be possible in some of the bigger versions of the crate but in the 22" that I purchased it is possible as I think the shepherd's type hook at the top of the door latch needs to be deeper.
I'm keeping this crate as I'm generally happy with it but I hope at some point that they'll come out with a newer design with a better closure for the door.
1. Two doors made the first few days of crate training our Doberman puppy a bit easier. Knowing he could walk in one door and right out the other made him feel less trapped. I feel like this got him adjusted to entering the crate more quickly than if there were only one door.
2. The divider is great to keep your puppy confined to a smaller area as he/she grows. Just keep in mind for a few weeks/months, depending on the size of your dog, the side door might be useless while the divider is in place. This is because the divider connects to the middle of the door depending on how small an area you need to keep your pup confined to. Not a design flaw, just something to keep in mind.
3. Quick and easy to take down and put back up. Folds up nicely when not in use.
4. Catch pan slides out for quick and easy cleaning.
5. Puppy-proof door locks are simple yet effective.
1. The metal cage rusted very easily. We live in a dry climate. We only moved his crate once when friends watched our dog for the weekend. Other than moving it to and from their house (which I did myself and was sure not to damage the finish), the crate was stationary in our dining room for almost a year.
Other than the rust issue, this has been an excellent crate.
(Pictured is my 25 lb Corgi in a 36" crate)