Place a 36-in Frisco Micro Terry Pet Bed or a Large Frisco Sherpa Bolster Rectangular Dog Bed inside for added comfort.
Compatible with Frisco Replacement Tray for Ultimate Heavy Duty Steel Metal Dog Crate
|Features||Removable Pan, Heavy Duty||Collapsible, Removable Pan, Rolling, Top Load, Heavy Duty||Removable Pan, Rolling, Top Load, Heavy Duty, Locking||Removable Pan, Heavy Duty||—|
|Material||Metal, Coated Metal||Metal, Coated Metal||Metal, Coated Metal||Metal, Steel||Metal, Stainless Steel, Steel|
|Breed Size||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
My pup, left in his crate for a maximum of 3 hours, chewed his plastic crate to the point it was difficult to close. He kicked out the bottom of his metal, foldable crate and ate the carpet below. This one stands up to my beloved Destroyer. My only negative is that the bottom is not a friendly surface to stand or lie on, so it has to have a mat of some sort. My pup, of course, destroyed two crate mats in short order. My solution is placing 6 12x12 ceramic tiles on the bottom and placing a bathmat on top of those. So far, so good.
This is a very sturdy very well made crate I move it from the living room into the bedroom each night the wheels only lasted about a week before they started loosing little metal balls all over the house and now they don’t swivel which is marking up my hardwood floors I have ordered new wheels to replace these wheels but that is the only complaint I have otherwise everything else is well made. I will add my dog is 30 lbs so definitely not overloading the wheels or anything. For the money the wheels should have lasted longer than a week
This is a great sturdy kennel. Our German Shepherd/Belgian Malinois puppy loves it. This is a kennel that he can definitely grow into and not chew through. We put two washable padded X-large Carhartt napper/ kennel pads inside for comfort. This is a kennel that is built to last. So happy with our purchase.
We rescued a husky/shepherd mix with horrible separation anxiety. She is not able to get out of this crate, even though she tries. When she's crated at night I can hear her kicking it to try to get the door open, and it doesn't budge. I HIGHLY recommend this for escape artists!
I ordered this on a Sunday night and it was delivered by 12pm Monday! It's about 90lbs in the box. I'm a short and not very strong female lol, but I was able to put this together by myself in less than 30 minutes using a drill for the screws while propping the back piece against a couch to assemble the sides to it. It seems incredibly sturdy and I noticed no rust or bent parts like other reviews stated (I made sure to look as I was assembling it). My 70 lbs. 7month old German Shepherd puppy fits in there very comfortably standing, sitting, or laying down. He has plenty of room to turn around or stretch out as well. The only thing I don't like is the floor piece. Only because it's not solid and doesn't seem like it would be comfortable with the bars. I added a bed to it since my pup doesn't potty in his crates so there's no real need for the open floor piece (hopefully he doesn't shred the bed lol). It definitely could be useful for dogs who do potty inside their crates though. My GSD is also very anxious when I leave and no other crates (metal wire or plastic) have held up due to his Houdini tendencies lol I'll update this review after he's used it a few times while I'm out to see how it holds up to his separation anxiety.
It’s great! The first night we assembled this crate our pit mix slept through the night for the first time since adopting her. She’s around 60Ib and we’ve had her for 2.5 weeks. She was a rescue and has separation anxiety. We initially had a donated wire crate for a retriever size. She looked cramped in it and kept sneaking out of the corners. She didn’t even attempt to escape this one. She even feels comfortable sleeping in it during the day. I’d say it was a worthwhile purchase!
We have an escape artist dog who is about 55 pounds with HIGH separation anxiety. So far she hasn't gotten out of this yet. I did duck tape the latch levers down just to make sure she didn't figure out how to get them up and the tape held. She did eat the bed I put in it to hopefully comfort her and gave her her meds, but you can see from the pic she still was upset, but the crate held.
Crate is Heavy duty just like the name implies! My 2-year-old German Shephard was able to break the previous crate I had bought her. This one has thick steel metal, and the door is impossible for her to bend/break. I love the easy pull-out tray underneath that I can vacuum easily enough. I am able to leave for a few hours and know that when I return my dog is safe & secure in her crate. She is not able to be free in my house when away so the next best thing for me! Highly recommend.
The floor grate of the Cage has Gaps My Lab got it front nail caught between the floor grate and fame. Good Quality cage but comon guys ad screws to that side to close the Gaps between the floor and frame.My Vet bill was $501.22 !
The reason I invested in this crate was because of the size of the bars. My little dog tries to bite her way out of the lower Guage crates, just about rubbing her nose and mouth raw. She doesn't do that with these bars. I feel she's much safer and more comfortable. It was easy to put together and it roles like a dream. I installed a water-proof bed, water and food dishes, as well as a bit of fake turf and it really is a castle...though my dog may still consider it a dungeon, lol.