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Frisco Fold & Carry Single Door Collapsible Wire Dog Crate

Frisco Fold & Carry Single Door Collapsible Wire Dog Crate

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    Just perfect

    By chimom on Apr 12, 2021

    This crate is great. Easy to put together. Really,. the crate came while I was gone from the house. When I return home; my 12 year old grandson had it put together and my 2 chi's were in it . The crate is the perfect size for two chi's. It gives them room to play. Or just rest without being in each others This crate is great. Easy to put together. Really,. the crate came while I was gone from the house. When I return home; my 12 year old grandson had it put together and my 2 chi's were in it . The crate is the perfect size for two chi's. It gives them room to play. Or just rest without being in each others way. My son brought his black lab (full grown) over and he went in side the crate. He could lay down inside it. However I mention that only to give an idea of the size of the crate. I would not recommend this crate for a large dog. i … more

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    60 lb Puppy Escaped & Broke Crate

    By Mickey on Apr 8, 2021

    I like this crate perfectly fine, but I don't think a 60lb puppy should be able to escape. He's got a really, really soft mouth and it just doesn't seem like something he should be able to do in a well made crate. Puppy has escaped twice. The first time he used his tongue to unlatch the bottom latch I like this crate perfectly fine, but I don't think a 60lb puppy should be able to escape. He's got a really, really soft mouth and it just doesn't seem like something he should be able to do in a well made crate. Puppy has escaped twice. The first time he used his tongue to unlatch the bottom latch and then pushed his way out the door (ended up with a nasty wire cut on his nose, which has healed). The second time, he figured out if he jammed on the front door of the cage he could pop the wire latch on the bottom holding the tray in and scoot the tray out from the crate, which then allowed him to get his mouth onto the bottom corner of the front side of the crate, which he yanked on until he popped the sides of the crate out of the little wire holds on the sides (to hold the crate up), and then somehow broke a piece of the wire on the bottom right hand corner of the crate which basically made the thing collapse so he could break out. I know this is a less expensive crate, and maybe the description should be updated to say "for dogs perfectly happy to be in their crate, not for escape artists." … more

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