Frisco Heavy Duty Fold & Carry Single Door Collapsible Wire Dog CrateBy Frisco
About This Item
- Heavy duty crate made with rounded corners, a protective, black electro-coat finish, and thicker wiring than our standard Frisco crate.
- Single door is easy to open, close and securely lock, with dual slide latches on the larger models.
- Removable divider panel allows you to create a smaller space, so your puppy can grow into the crate.
- Includes a durable plastic pan that can quickly be removed for easy cleaning.
- Fold-and-carry construction with adjustable handles makes it great for traveling. Easy assembly with no tools!
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1183 Customer Reviews
Okay. Not great.
I bought this heavy duty crate thinking it would be just that. The door is not heavy duty. And some other parts of it the gauge of wire is lighter than most of the parts. My sons crate was at our house until this one came. It was heavier built than this one. Exact same size same design . Don't know what brand his is. But I won't return it!
Perfect bwdroom for our Annie
We recently moved Annie into the bedroom at night, she had been sleeping in the main room in her crate, her sister had special privileges... she doesn't get into things or make new toys for herself.. so having her in there with us, I noticed she liked to stretch out more to sleep, and she seemed warm in there compared to where she used to be. So we decided to get her a BIG bedroom. It is way too big for her, BUT she has plenty of room to move around, stretch out, and do what ever. Also, its big enough that (knock on wood) should we ever need to crate her or her sister for any medical reason, this is perfect. (been down the knee road several times with previous family ) It is very sturdy, no damage at all upon arrival. Folded out and together flawlessly, I did have my husband on one end putting to together and moving it into place. We are very happy with this, wish we had bought one before, we have always used the travel crates, doors open (our dogs have always loved the "cabins" of their own free will..) Annie is the only one we have needed to keep an eye on lol For reference, Annie and Robin are Siberian Huskies.
I wouldn't call this heavy-duty...
Took my 8-week old German Shepherd puppy all of a day and half to figure out how to get out of it. He unlatched the bottom latched and squeezed out thru the door. He's not a small puppy but obviously very smart. The latches are cheap and flimsy. Pretty easy for a dog with a half a brain to flip them open... I was able to find a workaround but wouldn't buy one of these again.
It's working out well. Little heavy for transport but to be expected with such a large kennel. Once it was out of the box, it took me literally 3 minutes to put together. Only issue is the Growth divider is little annoying to put in as it gets caught fairly easily. So if you have a growing pup like me, it's still best to leave out the didvider.
Rehabilitation recommendation of strong kennel
Very happy with construction. From the heavy wire to the added security features of added hook style panel stops holding the kennel together without being a potential injury hazard to the dog. The double door slides also have the ability for carabiner locking for added insurance of containing escape artists!
Best investment ever!!
This crate is made with heavy duty material compared to my last crate I had and it’s very roomy. My dog can stand up in it and still have plenty of room. I recommend this to everyone
Large enough for a German shepherd
The 48” crate is large enough and strong enough for a German shepherd. Easy to assemble - we reinforced it with zip ties just because we thought the dog might be able to “fold” it.
Perfect for my needs
This crate is easy to set up, easy to collapse and take with me if needed (although heavy, since it's not designed to be an on-the-go carrier). It's sturdy enough to put some light or medium weight objects on top of, but doesn't support a lot of weight, so don't expect to use it quite like a table top.
Good but not great
If you have a destructive dog, be warned that the pan of the crate is easily chewable. It can slide out easily, after which my dog will chew up the back corners, and because the tray is a hard plastic, it was really rough on her gums. The crate is sturdy, but definitely not indestructible and has a poor pan design
Doesn’t last long
This is the second one I’ve bought within the last year and they don’t last long. My pit has been able to escape every time we leave him in there more than an hour. We come back home to the whole front door caved in and bent. I’m very disappointed since they aren’t cheap kennels. I’m going to try a more sturdy one.