The wood is good quality and looks nice, but, as others have said, the top piece keeps the side pieces together without any hardware, making it nearly impossible to move it without falling apart. The crate itself is loose, wobbly, and not sturdy. Ours arrived with a small dent in the top piece. The latches are cheaply made...not as good of quality as those on the smaller, much cheaper one we bought when our dog was a smaller puppy. The dimensions listed in the description are for the crate itself and do not include the wood exterior, so it's actually a couple inches longer and wider (height is accurate). Overall, our dog is happy that we moved her "room" up in size and its serves the intended purpose.
Have used it this way for many years and even painted the top. I did not like it the way it was intended bc it kept falling apart. But this has been wonderful.
Looks as good as I hoped. As many reviewers stated, it doesn't move well. We added furniture sliders under the wood frame, that helps a little. The cage itself does not unfold easily, the instructions are not very clear. I would be very disappointed if we had planned on using it in multiple locatons. Our baby seems to be very comfortable in it, and the size will work when is fully frown.
Bought this for my two small dogs (frenchie & boston) because I wanted something reasonably priced yet nice looking that could blend in better with my home. I actually don't mind that the wooden pieces aren't screwed in because then I can take it apart to travel with the fold up cage when we visit family. Extremely happy with my purchase!
We only had the kennel for a couple of days and the wood sides are starting to fall out. This is a very cheap design. I would not recommend this to anyone.
I am so sad, my dog was out of this in a matter of 30 mins. Front came apart. then she was able to bend the bottom of the crate with little effort. So now I have really big end table and that is about all.
This is a standard wire dog cage but the wood trim looks really nice in our bedroom and it was worth a bit more money then a plain crate.
This cage has a top and bottom and then you hold the sides up while you just set the top on them. No screws or bolts or glue to hold it together. It just sits on top of the side wood pieces. If you pick the cage up to move it, the sides fall off! There is no way this co Pant thinks this is a well put together product.
Finally found a crate that works for our decor, fits in to the house and Kane loves it
Underwhelmed by the cheap wood slapped on a flimsy wire cage.