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Frisco Plastic Dog & Cat Kennel, Almond & Black

Frisco Plastic Dog & Cat Kennel, Almond & Black

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    She'll grow into it!

    By PamsPets on Aug 28, 2020

    Very well made. Our 2 month old collie puppy has plenty of room to turn around and stretch out. This carrier is larger than I thought it would be. Gracie will still be able to use it when she's a full grown collie. Gracie has tried to chew her way through it, but hasn't even scratched it with those Very well made. Our 2 month old collie puppy has plenty of room to turn around and stretch out. This carrier is larger than I thought it would be. Gracie will still be able to use it when she's a full grown collie. Gracie has tried to chew her way through it, but hasn't even scratched it with those sharp puppy teeth. Just had to find a spot where it wouldn't restrict the kitchen traffic. … more

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    Poor design, avoid if you need a door

    By DogOwner on Oct 22, 2020

    Making a hard sided crate isn’t tough conceptually. You need a shell, and an operable door. This product fails miserably at the latter and is unusable as a result. 1) Alignment/Balance issues The door is inherently unstable and cannot stay open (or closed). The floating hinge design doesn’t work Making a hard sided crate isn’t tough conceptually. You need a shell, and an operable door. This product fails miserably at the latter and is unusable as a result. 1) Alignment/Balance issues The door is inherently unstable and cannot stay open (or closed). The floating hinge design doesn’t work due to imprecision in the plastic hollows. The door itself is unbalanced which causes it to list to one side. 2) The latch Oh, the door latch. The spring mechanism jams repeatedly, which frequently makes pinching to close or open a 30-second process. Even when you solve for that problem, it’s a pain to actually engage the lock because the pegs don’t really align with the hollows in the plastic (see above). It’s also screechingly loud which frustrates dogs and humans alike. For the price, I expect much better reliability and quality. … more

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