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MidWest iCrate Fold & Carry Single Door Collapsible Wire Dog Crate

MidWest iCrate Fold & Carry Single Door Collapsible Wire Dog Crate

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    Excellent Product!

    By Bryan on Nov 30, 2020

    I am extremely satisfied with this dog crate and divider. I highly recommend it! I did, however, have an issue setting it up. One of the reinforcements caught underneath one of the bars, and I had to bend it out to get the cage fully upright. I assumed that this happened during the shipping process. I am extremely satisfied with this dog crate and divider. I highly recommend it! I did, however, have an issue setting it up. One of the reinforcements caught underneath one of the bars, and I had to bend it out to get the cage fully upright. I assumed that this happened during the shipping process. Thankfully I had the tools needed to reposition the cage wires back into their normal place after bending out the reinforcement. I doubt that this is a "typical" issue, since I have owned a few MidWest crates. I believe that it was an anomaly and is an easy fix. This is a fantastic and sturdy crate for the price! … more

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    Not for a Great Pyrenees

    By NotSoHeavyDuty on Oct 24, 2020

    I bought this XL crate for my Great Pyrenees puppy. One feature I was especially excited about was the wall, which I could move as Samson grew. It worked out perfectly. Then once he got bigger, I just took it out. Samson puts himself to bed in his crate, so he isn’t fearful of it. But as he got bigger I bought this XL crate for my Great Pyrenees puppy. One feature I was especially excited about was the wall, which I could move as Samson grew. It worked out perfectly. Then once he got bigger, I just took it out. Samson puts himself to bed in his crate, so he isn’t fearful of it. But as he got bigger (and stronger) he started trying to get out while he’s in it during they day when we’re gone. (Not often, and never for more than a couple of hours) He paws at the door, and has bent the side walls that connect the door. We have to use a carabiner to keep it closed, and sometimes he manages to bend the wire enough that getting the carabiner loose is an issue. He’s not even a year old now and we’re going to have to buy yet another crate. It’s a big crate. But it’s definitely not a heavy duty crate. … more

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