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Pet Gear The Other Door Steel Crate & Fleece Pad

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Don't be surprised when Dodger throws a crate-warming party to show off his new digs! Pet Gear's The Other Door Steel Crate & Fleece Pad has a super-cool side garage door in addition to doors on both ends and one on the top, giving plenty of options for crate placement in any room of the house. The removable fleece pad offers plenty of warm comfort and support, and the pull handle, wheels, and carrying/storage case make this mobile home easy to take anywhere.

Key Benefits

  • Four doors including large side "garage" door
  • No tools needed to set up or break down
  • Rounded corners with no sharp edges
  • Built-in wheels and handle for moving from room to room
  • Storage bag included for easy transport or storage

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Size Dimensions Pet Weight
Small 27 x 18.25 x 21.75 inches up to 30 pounds
Medium 36.5 x 24.5 x 27.5 inches up to 70 pounds
Large 42 x 28 x 28 inches up to 90 pounds

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Pet Gear The Other Door Steel Crate & Fleece Pad is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 38.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVE IT So glad we ordered this! I purchased a temporary "mesh" sided crate from a local pet store until this one arrived and my dog was scratching at it and we were afraid she would ruin it before your crate arrived. Once we received this crate we realized that we made the right decision as this crate is so well built and larger for the money! Our dog loves that she can see through the wire cage better too therefore, she does not scratch to get out. Thank you for a smooth transition and I am excited to take it with us on our road trip! It's a no brainer to purchase this sturdy, well designed crate. Thanks So much...
Date published: 2017-01-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Judgement still pending The concept of this crate is great, especially the large side door. The problem I'm having is - why a crate that is about half plastic weighs more than my foldable metal crate of the same size and heavier steel. The wheels and handle are great idea; but, need telescoping handle for better wheeling of 2x3 and larger crates. Also. something besides bungee cords would be helpful for holding crate together when moving around (like to shows or in hotels). Puppy is learning how to look out of the grated areas to see where he is going and to see he is not alone - that is good. Holding recommendation till have used for 6 months.
Date published: 2017-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice looking crate We wanted a nice looking crate for our new pup for times she needs to be left alone. She doesn't mind getting into the crate and she seems to be comfortable. The only change we made was to make a soft fleece cover for the pad that came with it. The included pad doesn't work very well because it has slippery fabric on the bottom, and as a result it would slip to the back of the crate and bunch up when our dog would walk on it. The crate was easy to set up, but be sure to read the instructions before starting.
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good concept, poor execution I wasn't sure whether to give this 2 or 3 stars. I love the look of this crate and the plastic is better for the floors than wire, but at the end of the day, the purpose is to contain my dog. For the first time ever my dog figured out how to get out of her crate. The door on the end (not the garage style door) bends enough to slip past the tabs. Too lightweight for how expensive this crate is. I do like the other features of this crate enough that I drilled holes through the plastic at the top and bottom of the end doors and zip tied them shut. This would not work if my layout didn't allow me to use the other door. For the cost this should be made with better quality metal. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone with a large dog until the company fixes this issue. Zip ties should never have to be a requirement.
Date published: 2016-10-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great idea, fair execution, poor instructions I got this crate primarily for the "garage door" feature to use at home with the long side against a wall. I was nervous about some of the bad reviews, but I decided to take a chance. I got the Medium size. I was able to assemble it myself with no problems. It helps to lean the top of the crate against a wall (so it stays vertical) while attaching the ends of the crate to it. There are little plastic clips on the side of the crate that is opposite the garage door that prevent the steel cage from folding up. If you don't fasten these clips, a dog could fold up that part of the cage and escape. These clips are not mentioned at all in the instructions. For some reason the clips are discussed in the instructions for the more expensive model with the plush pad. If you have this crate make sure you fasten these clips. So far the crate is working great for me. The instructions are labelled "Generation II", so hopefully some of the problems described in the older reviews have been fixed. The latches on the doors on the two ends seem very solid; I don't see how a even a very strong dog could force them open. I am concerned about the latch for the top. When I pull up on the top lid, I can see the latch bend. I'm worried that the latch could break off with enough force, but that hasn't happened to me yet. All of the latches should have been attached with either rivets or screws that went all the way through the plastic parts of the crate. Instead they are threaded into the plastic and can be pulled out with enough force. This is a recipe for future breakage. Good news is that the "garage door" works very smoothly for me. Latching the doors is very easy. Unlatching them is a bit tricky; you have to push down hard on the clips while sliding them at the same time. A nice feature is that a bungee cord is permanently attached to the bottom of the crate that can be used to hold it together when it is broken down for moving. I recommend this crate for those who have a need for its unique design. Otherwise, an ordinary wire dog crate will be more reliable and less expensive.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Useful Crate for the car This crate is great for use at home, at dog sport events and behavior management in the car. One of my Cattle Dogs seems to recognize where we are going in the car. Based on where we are going, he tends to get amped up, yapping like "hurry up! Go faster! Go faster!!!" Driving around with this crate in my car is the perfect set up for a demanding, know it all Heeler. When he starts yapping, I pull over and put his yappy fanny in the crate. He gets in grumbling and sulks. Then I ask if he thinks he can hold it together, and walk him back to get in the back seat. Silence. At the moment, he seems to be in need of a refresher course. So put comes the car crate! Btw, this is also handy for keeping your dog out of carry out or picnic food. Simply use the crate in reverse, put the food INSIDE the crate. Your dog will forget about being butt hurt once you get to your picnic spot!
Date published: 2017-03-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Only recommended for calm dogs This crate has some nice features. But it's not very sturdy or durable. Eventually my dog figured out how to break out via the sliding door. The good news is he didn't hurt himself. But this crate can't hold him anymore. If you have a strong and clever enough pooch they will eventually make a jail break.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Exactly what we needed for our 15pound rescue moodle (Maltese -poodle mix). Easy to build, we like the variety of doors though we are only using the top door for now.
Date published: 2017-01-06
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