This crate is used only when we travel, so used very few times a year. This year when I got it out, a tear in one whole side. This has been great until this point and now my dog can just get out, leaving us in a world of hurt while on vacation.
I raise and show cats, showing cats demands that I drive long distances to get to cat shows. These carriers are perfect for traveling as they allow enough space for the cat, it bed and a litter box. I actually like to use two of them, tied together, so three cats can ride comfortably and have each other as company.
This foldable crate is not the best I have owned a couple and they are so much easier to set up Difficult to align the poles and then have to push the button and slide the latch over. Rather use my big metal crate
This product is great, lots of room and easy to clean. The only issue that I have is: if I zip from left to right, the dog pushes it open because it isn't zipped. If I zip it from right to left, it's fine. Am I doing something wrong or it is a defect?
We had this crate for over a year for our GSD. She was a year old when we first started using it, and she was fully crate trained. We had no issues with this crate, it was easy to put up and take down and was super lightweight. She did tear through the zipper one day due to having terrible diarrhea, poor baby. I wouldn’t recommend this to people with dogs that cause any kind of damage or have separation anxiety
Works great for our two pups! And it's strong enough to prevent those little teeth from destroying it.
Our dog weighs 20 pounds and easily pushed open the zippered door. Zipper is nylon and came apart. It will re-zip but the dog is not contained. Might work for a very small dog.
Got this crate for my younger smaller dog. She did rip through the first one but it was during the day and she did not understand. She loves it at night.
I have a recent rescue chihuahua I’m training as a psychiatric service dog, so he comes with me to the hospital each day. There are a few restricted areas (PACU/ICU/burn unit) so I got this crate to establish a secure spot for Boytoy when he can’t accompany me. It only took a few days of tossing treats inside, and leaving him with a loaded Kong, before he started hanging out here even when I’m in my office sometimes. Now he looks forward to being left alone & will go inside and stare at me sometimes because he likes being left with his treats, and I feel like he’s secure in there and has more room than he needs. (He’s quite tall with the ears so an XS wouldn’t have worked. Also i never leave him in there with a harness on!) I love this and just wish I could use a smaller size so I could fly it with me because this crate has been a huge convenience and Boytoy adores it!
This is like a giant mesh playpen. You can not use it with a puppy or anyone who will try to chew or scratch their way out. It is meant for dogs who already understand how to be in a crate. It is lightweight and folds up easily, we travel all around the country for dog showers and put our adult dogs in it. It is not meant for puppies. You have to be smart, the mesh is thin like a window screen. Respect the crate for what it is designed to do