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18 INCH (18" x 12" x 14") Up to 6 pounds
22 INCH (22" x 13" x 15.5") Up to 12 pounds
24 INCH (24" x 18" x 19.25") 13-25 pounds
30 INCH (30" x 19" x 21") 26-40 pounds
36 INCH (36" x 23" x 25") 41-70 pounds
42 INCH (42" x 28" x 30") 71-90 pounds
48 INCH (48" x 30" x 32.5") 90-110 pounds
We bought a Frisco Fold & Carry Dog Crate for a little girl Lab since she out grew the other crate. My husband put it together less then a half hour. Really this was so easy since you unfold the crate and snap together. The wire is very smooth and the edges are smooth which is good for our Lab. The Craftmanship that was put into it is just outstanding. Now our girl can stand up in the kennel and it is so big she can stretch out when she sleep. I would highly recommend and the price was outstanding.
After many efforts to get my dog to try and use this crate, at night or when I'm at work is impossible. His anxiety is so bad, he cannot calm down in it. He has since started just going to work with me and does way better at home outside of a crate and blocked out of rooms that he doesn't belong in. It is a great quality cage though, I plan on donating it to our local Humane Society or my place of work, which is a Vet Clinic. It's very roomy, a 50 pound Aussie has more than enough room in it. Tray comes out for cleaning. Has handles on the top for transport. 2 locking doors. If you're looking for a good crate, this is a great one. Just not for my dog. 👍
We now own 3 sizes of Frisco's metal folding crates. They are reasonably priced and well made. The large 2-door is a bear to set up and break down but worth it. Just it's physical size and weight is what makes it more challenging. However, once set up it works extremely well. Only suggestion would be to have a link to a video in the instruction manual for set up and disassembly.
It’s heavy and the top bows in a little, but it has all the necessary parts it needs. It’ll work. Would rather one that didn’t bow in on top and the clips that seal it shut during shipping are in an inconvenient place- I removed them so they are not stepped on when using the side door.
This is my second crate from Frisco. I initially purchased the 36” crate for my pup when he was still small. I recently upgraded him to the 42” crate. He’s on the cusp between the two. The 36” crate moves to the car, and the 42” crate keeps him safe and comfortable in the house. It’s easy to assemble and feels secure. I would buy again.
I bought this crate for our new puppy that is a German Shepherd/Great Pyrenees mix. We met the parents and knew our girl was going to be huge, so I got the biggest crate for her comfort. I bought this one because of the price and because we needed a crate with a door on the side. Where we have it set up we are unable to use the door on the short side. The box it came in was extra large, super heavy and awkward to get up the front steps to my porch and then into my house, but at 5' 5" I managed to do it by myself. The crate was super easy to set up, it even came with the divider piece that is simple to install and we can slowly increase the inner space as she grows. The crate seems sturdy, we placed a piece of finished wood on top so we can use the area to put our cable box and my son's Xbox, and we haven't had any issues. I was worried the crate would scratch my hardwood floors, so I bought a small area rug, slightly smaller than the crate, turned it so the carpet side faces down and the rubber backing touches the bottom of the crate. This works perfectly so I can slide the crate out to clean behind it and I'm not marking up my flooring. Overall I am very pleased with this crate and we are looking forward to many years of use with our sweet little pup (and eventually the big moose she'll grow up to be lol).
The tray is about 2 inches shorter than the kennel, which makes it a little harder to kennel train when they miss the pads that are on the shorter side of the tray. I would recommend this kennel to someone who needs it for housing a dog/puppy when you need to, but for potty training puppies to a kennel is a no-go.
The crates a are very spacious and great for keeping the pups that have not gotten out of their chewing phase secured while at work and they don’t seem to mind it one bit since it is spacious enough. I love that I can divide it up into 2 sections for the toy sized dogs if needed.
Very easy to unfold and assemble. We have not collapsed it down, but it seems it would be simple. Very firm and durable. The lid clicks in two ways so there is no way for a dog to jump up or through or escape. The two door option is a lovely added bonus as we use the long side to crate our dog.
The crate is well made, and the tray is better quality than average (thicker/more durable). We are using the divider to crate train our newest pup, and it's working out great. We don't fold down the crate regularly, but it is very stable when put up. Very pleased.