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Paws & Pals Dog Crate Double-Door Folding Metal - Wire Cage w/ Divider for Training Pets
- Simple to Install - Versatile Design allows for extremely easy set up and take down to fold and store it away - No tools required
- Convenient space saving design means it can be stored practically anywhere when not in use
- Materials are Made from Heavy Duty Solid Metal "Steel" - Maximum Security Refuge Safe - Easy to Clean 100% Washable
- Dimensions: 24" (Length) x 16" (Width) x 20" (Height) + Free Split Divider + Multiple Doors + Versatile Carry Handle
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OxGord Dog Crate
Double-Doors Folding Metal with Divider and Tray.
Easy to Clean
Removable bottom tray make cleaning very simple.
Provides quick and easy assembly, disassembly, portability and storage for at home or away from home.
Travel & Storage Ready
Crate is as easy to setup and take down as it is to fold your favorite blanket.
|Dimensions||20" x 13" x 16"||24" x 17" x 19"||30" x 18" x 20"||36" x 22" x 25"||42" x 27" x 30"||48" x 29" x 32"|
These premium quality OxGord Metal Pet Crates are crafted using commercial-quality materials and superior manufacturing. They are built for long-lasting durability and security using an all-steel, high tensile-strength wire that is securely formed and welded into a tight mesh pattern. The crates feature multiple doors that lock easily with a slide-bolt latch. Finished with a durable black Electro-coat finish, these crates are rust, corrosion, and fade resistant even in extreme climates. To set-up, simply unbox and fold open; no tools are required. Each crate features a lightweight, slide-out tray made of durable ABS plastic. The tray features a lip around the perimeter and is held in place with a retaining bar making it easy to remove and clean without needing to open the crate door. With the rounded edges of the crates, your pet is contained in a safe environment where they cannot injure themselves on any sharp metal pieces. Also included is a free divider panel that allows you to adjust the size of the living area for your pet while it grows. When not being used, the crates collapse into a package less than 4 inches tall, which is perfect for easy storage or carrying with the included removable top-mounted handle. For maximum comfort, the crate should be sized 4 to 6 inches longer than your pet's body length and 4 to 6 inches taller than its shoulder height. With a crate as rugged and versatile as this, you can take care of housebreaking and behavioral problems for many years to come. The OxGord Metal Pet Crates work so well, my wife even wishes they had one in "husband" size.
Size: 24" Double-Door w/ Divider
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|Item Weight||10.95 lbs||8 lbs||11.74 lbs||14.4 lbs||24.2 lbs||9 lbs|
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Delivery was prompt (within the week) and both arrived in good condition with some damage to the box.
They are very lightweight and easy to assemble, which I wanted since we will be traveling with them. They are pretty spacious and accommodated my dogs' height well.
For those who may be wondering, I added a rubber stall mat under the wire cage bottoms. It cuts down on noise and prevents damage to your floors. ;) I also stained a sheet of thin plyboard and put it on top for added storage space.
My one complaint is that the crates do seem a bit flimsy. If your dog is not crate trained I imagine that a few hard pulls/pushes could pop the front panel out of place if the pet really wanted out. Some strategically placed zip ties could probably alleviate this issue off you cannot afford a sturdier model.
It was easy to assemble, popped right open. Nothing bent, nothing broken, just came right up when I popped it open. Divider was inside of the kennel. Not using it however.
The metal wire appears sturdy and the doors shut easily. The side door is awesome and offers an alternative exit for my pup. It is HUGE and works great with my bloodhound who stands above knee height and weighs almost a hundred pounds. This kennel would be good for German Shepherds, Large labs, rottweilers, smaller dog with pups, two small dogs, bloodhounds, pointers. I would not recommend it for an adult great dane, as the dog would have to duck to get in. A larger, custom kennel would be better for a dog of that stature. I also would not use this for a grown male mastiff, as I feel it may be too small for that size dog.
I hope to enjoys years of comfort for my pooch, he and I could fit in this kennel comfortably together.
I ordered the XXL crate and it shipped in two days hassle free via UPS.
Simply unfold the crate and lock the bars in place. This has been a great crate for them and I would buy it again.
Side note: if using for the same purpose, I encourage you to purchase a few weeks before your road trip and let your pet get used to the cage. I fed Evie in it every day and kept the doors open. I'd play with her by tossing her toys inside, and gradually got her used to me closing the doors while she was inside and making a game of opening them. By the time we were ready for our road trip she wasn't freaked out about being locked inside the cage. She was a little nervous (even though I'd been feeding her Composure treats starting a week before our trip as her vet recommended), but I think her nervousness was more from being outside her normal home environment. During our stay in our daughter's home, I kept the cage door open at all times and would find Evie inside every so often (even though her food and litter were outside the cage). The return trip home was much more calming for her.