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ProSelect Empire Dog Cage

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Designed to contain even the craftiest escape artists, the ProSelect Empire Dog Cage is one of the strongest models on the market. The frame is three-quarters of an inch thick and forged from 20-gauge steel that’s reinforced by half-inch diameter steel tubes for extra security. It’s made specifically for powerful or aggressive dogs that are able to push, claw or chew their way out of most other cages. The stylish, hammer-tone finish resists rust, scuffing and marks from scratching. This virtually indestructible kennel has dual door latches and includes a floor grate, slide-out steel tray and four removable, locking casters. The ProSelect Empire Dog Cage comes in two convenient sizes to accommodate most breeds.

Key Benefits

  • Designed to contain even the craftiest escape artists
  • The frame is three-quarters of an inch thick and forged from 20-gauge steel that’s reinforced by half-inch diameter steel tubes for extra security
  • It’s made specifically for powerful or aggressive dogs that push, claw or chew
  • The stylish, hammer-tone finish resists rust, scuffing and marks from scratching
  • This virtually indestructible kennel has dual door latches and includes a floor grate, slide-out steel tray and four removable, locking casters

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  • Item Number
    108601
  • Dimensions
    42.25 x 30.75 x 41.25 inches
  • Weight
    101.0 pounds
  • Breed Size
    Large Breeds
  • Material
    Stainless Steel

Instructions

  1. Attach each Side Wall to the Back Wall using four Hex Head Screws. Narrow slot in each wall should be positioned at the bottom, and the tabs at the base of the Back Wall should be facing inward.
  2. Attach Front Wall with door to the Side Walls with bottom tabs facing inward using four Hex Head Screws.
  3. Install Floor Grate by inserting it through the top opening of the cage. Position it so it rests on top of tabs inside the cage.
  4. Attach Cage Top using four Hex Head screws.
  5. Screw Casters into bottom corners of cage.
  6. Slide the Cage Bottom into place through the opening at the bottom of the Cage Front.
  7. Slide Tray into position on top of Cage Bottom through same opening.
  1. Specs

Size

Size Outside Dimensions Inside Dimensions
Medium 37"L x 25⅛"W x 33¾"H 35¾"L x 23½"W x 24½"H
Large 42¼"L x 30¾"W x 41¼"H 40¾"L x 28⅛"W x 31¾"H

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  • Worth every penny!

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    We rescued a silver lab mix who weighs roughly 60#. We had a wire cage that she chewed a hole through and was able to get her claws out of the cage to ruin carpet. We finally noticed that she had separation anxiety but we didn’t know to what degree. We then bought a huge plastic cage, however, that lasted a week in a half till she escaped the cage multiple times and we were putting key locks on this beat up cage. Safety is number one thing when it comes to separation anxiety and I researched this cage and found exactly what we needed to keep our Mia safe and our house intact. Even though it looks expensive, don’t let that fool you! With this cage, Mia is safe, no escapes and she even enjoys laying We rescued a silver lab mix who weighs roughly 60#. We had a wire cage that she chewed a hole through and was able to get her claws out of the cage to ruin carpet. We finally noticed that she had separation anxiety but we didn’t know to what degree. We then bought a huge plastic cage, however, that lasted a week in a half till she escaped the cage multiple times and we were putting key locks on this beat up cage. Safety is number one thing when it comes to separation anxiety and I researched this cage and found exactly what we needed to keep our Mia safe and our house intact. Even though it looks expensive, don’t let that fool you! With this cage, Mia is safe, no escapes and she even enjoys laying in there when we are home. It’s a great feeling to leave your house knowing your dog is safe and will be in the same spot when you return home. Worth every penny!!! … more

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  • solid and sturdy!

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    Very well made and worth the money. There was one bar that looked slightly dented in the transportation process, but you cannot bend bars unless you use some sort of tools. I have a lab/pit mix puppy who loves to destroy things into pieces, and he was starting to destroy his wired kennel I got him to where I couldn't open and close the door anymore. This kennel has not changed its shape, and I don't think it ever will. Here are two reasons why I gave a 4 star. 1) My puppy gets stuffed Kong when I leave the house, but treats that are small enough to fit inside the Kong also fall through the grated bottom onto the tray underneath... My dog is still a puppy who tears beds and blankets apart Very well made and worth the money. There was one bar that looked slightly dented in the transportation process, but you cannot bend bars unless you use some sort of tools. I have a lab/pit mix puppy who loves to destroy things into pieces, and he was starting to destroy his wired kennel I got him to where I couldn't open and close the door anymore. This kennel has not changed its shape, and I don't think it ever will. Here are two reasons why I gave a 4 star. 1) My puppy gets stuffed Kong when I leave the house, but treats that are small enough to fit inside the Kong also fall through the grated bottom onto the tray underneath... My dog is still a puppy who tears beds and blankets apart, so I am thinking about maybe putting a plywood. 2) Compare to other wired kennels, the bars are farther apart, so some toys (antlers/nylabones, etc.) fit through the spaces and fall out of the kennel. When I come home, I find several toys outside the kennel. I zip tied 1x6 wood pieces around the bottom perimeter of the kennel to prevent toys from falling out. Also... be aware that their paws fit through!! My dog destroyed everything around the kennel that he could reach, which was ultimately my fault for not thinking this through. … more

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  • Alcatraz for Dogs!

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    My treeing walker coonhound destroyed his last wire crate, despite it being reinforced with zipties and chains. He has terrible separation anxiety, which even prozac hardly touches. This leads to him destroying the house: sofa, carpet, DVDs, vinyl etc. So far this crate has been a lifesaver, he’s not managed to escape and he doesn’t even seem to try any more, which has calmed him down some. The crate is sturdy and easy to assemble which was great! My only recommendation is you might want to get a mat for the floor as it’s uncomfortable looking bars. With our hound we had to find an indestructible one with build in zipties to attach it to the bottom of the crate to stop it being torn apart. So My treeing walker coonhound destroyed his last wire crate, despite it being reinforced with zipties and chains. He has terrible separation anxiety, which even prozac hardly touches. This leads to him destroying the house: sofa, carpet, DVDs, vinyl etc. So far this crate has been a lifesaver, he’s not managed to escape and he doesn’t even seem to try any more, which has calmed him down some. The crate is sturdy and easy to assemble which was great! My only recommendation is you might want to get a mat for the floor as it’s uncomfortable looking bars. With our hound we had to find an indestructible one with build in zipties to attach it to the bottom of the crate to stop it being torn apart. So far that’s worked beautifully! … more

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  • Houdini Proof

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    We've been through a few crates with our rescue pet who suffers from separation anxiety. She chewed a hole in her airline crate and crawled through it.( I had a Treeing Walker Coonhound who didn't escape from that crate) She squeezed through the corners of the wire crate that we had. This was my last resort. It was well worth it! Our girl can't get out of this one. When she would be loose in the house alone, she would destroy things including molding, curtains, hampers, curtain rods just to name a few things. We wouldn't have been able to keep her if it would have not been for this item. I read all of the other reviews before buying and realized that I wasn't alone. There were others out there We've been through a few crates with our rescue pet who suffers from separation anxiety. She chewed a hole in her airline crate and crawled through it.( I had a Treeing Walker Coonhound who didn't escape from that crate) She squeezed through the corners of the wire crate that we had. This was my last resort. It was well worth it! Our girl can't get out of this one. When she would be loose in the house alone, she would destroy things including molding, curtains, hampers, curtain rods just to name a few things. We wouldn't have been able to keep her if it would have not been for this item. I read all of the other reviews before buying and realized that I wasn't alone. There were others out there who had been through several crates and purchased this with great results. We do love our pets! If your at the end of your rope, I highly recommend trying this. Eventually our girl got used to it. She's unhappy when we have to leave, but it is better for everyone, her and us, all around. … more

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  • Worth the money!

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    I have an escape artist who can break welds on wire crate, bend wires back, and escape. He completely annihilated his wire kennel. He can also pop doors on the veri-kennels. He has NEVER got into a crate willingly. I put this together added foam padding to the floor, his air mattress, and a couple of blankets and much to my surprise he hopped it, arranged his blankets and flopped down on his own! Very impressed with the quality of construction. It came with directions but I didn't need them and put it together with no help. Thankfully it was much bigger than I expected after reading the specs. My dog is close to 100lbs so I was worried he was going to be squashed but the large is as big as his I have an escape artist who can break welds on wire crate, bend wires back, and escape. He completely annihilated his wire kennel. He can also pop doors on the veri-kennels. He has NEVER got into a crate willingly. I put this together added foam padding to the floor, his air mattress, and a couple of blankets and much to my surprise he hopped it, arranged his blankets and flopped down on his own! Very impressed with the quality of construction. It came with directions but I didn't need them and put it together with no help. Thankfully it was much bigger than I expected after reading the specs. My dog is close to 100lbs so I was worried he was going to be squashed but the large is as big as his old giant sized wire kennel. Since he had destroyed his other crates he was a free agent in the apartment, which makes me nervous because he is deaf and I don't want maintenance to come in for an emergency and have him get out. This arrived in a little over 24 hours! The box was mangled when it arrived but the product was fine. This product was recommended by a member of the Texas Cattle Dog Rescue. Best recommendation ever! … more

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  • Houdini-proof? Not for me.

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    My dog has separation anxiety, and I was looking to avoid medicating my pup at all costs. So I decided to upgrade to a super durable, high-quality dog crate. I bought this crate because it had such awesome reviews, and it definitely is high-quality. But my dog didn't take long to figure out the latching mechanism. He's a pretty smart dog, but I think the design could have been smarter. I've had to buy a large padlock to keep the door from opening. And for the price of this crate, I shouldn't have had to buy any accessories of that kind.

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  • ProSelect Empire Dog Cage

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    This crate is just brilliant!!! Our little rescue pittie was turned over because the former owners couldn't keep him contained. We quickly found out what a handful he was because of separation anxiety. He would force his way out of our gate and go visit the neighbors. We were terrified he would be hit by a car or picked up again by Animal Control. We bought a very expensive airline approved crate that he destroyed the first day. After much research and always leaving one person home with him, we ordered this crate. The Chewy rep helped me figure out what size to buy (medium - he's little) and it came in a flash. Admittedly, my son came by and put it together, but I feel I could have done it This crate is just brilliant!!! Our little rescue pittie was turned over because the former owners couldn't keep him contained. We quickly found out what a handful he was because of separation anxiety. He would force his way out of our gate and go visit the neighbors. We were terrified he would be hit by a car or picked up again by Animal Control. We bought a very expensive airline approved crate that he destroyed the first day. After much research and always leaving one person home with him, we ordered this crate. The Chewy rep helped me figure out what size to buy (medium - he's little) and it came in a flash. Admittedly, my son came by and put it together, but I feel I could have done it myself with a little more time. Warning: the hardest part was dragging it in the house from the front porch. My guess is that the package is about 75 pounds. This can be gotten around by opening it on the porch and bringing in the panels separately. We only had one day to acclimate Seamus to the crate as my husband had a medical procedure scheduled but no problem. He was climbing in the crate before it was even together and he knows he'll get a treat going in and coming out. If he tried to get out, there are no signs on the crate or his body. Thank you so much, Chewy! I've fallen in love with our little rescue waif and now don't have to worry about his safety! Tip: We are former wolfdog owners and this crate would hold them. We always used an outdoor Priefort for them but Pits have no warm hair/fur, so we had to come up with an alternative. If you have a WD, this will work. … more

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  • Worth every cent

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    I ordered the medium for my 60 pound husky and it was too tight of a confine for him so I exchanged it and upgraded to the large and couldn't be happier. Before this kennel he had either destroyed wire ones or figured out how to open them. As is typical for the breed he gets anxious when Aline and tends to destroy things, well he use to until I got this kennel. Anymore its his own private little pad that he enjoys when he just wants to sleep. All I have to do is say "kennel" and he tries right in where he knows he will be rewarded with a treat. Before getting this anytime I had to leave him alone was a nightmare and since I got this kennel it's truly night and day difference. Mr. Marv loves it I ordered the medium for my 60 pound husky and it was too tight of a confine for him so I exchanged it and upgraded to the large and couldn't be happier. Before this kennel he had either destroyed wire ones or figured out how to open them. As is typical for the breed he gets anxious when Aline and tends to destroy things, well he use to until I got this kennel. Anymore its his own private little pad that he enjoys when he just wants to sleep. All I have to do is say "kennel" and he tries right in where he knows he will be rewarded with a treat. Before getting this anytime I had to leave him alone was a nightmare and since I got this kennel it's truly night and day difference. Mr. Marv loves it … more

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  • Worth the money.

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    Our 50 lb rescue cut himself out of a cloth crate (my mistake) on the first day, and they destroyed a KONG metal crate over the next month. He managed to bend all the metal latches apart, some were chewed. I added a padlock and he tore up his snoot escaping through the top and rattling the crate into the middle of the room. I was hesitant to pull the trigger on such an expensive crate, but this actually works. Because it doesn't rattle and there aren't any obvious escape points, our pup doesn't even attempt a jailbreak. #freediego

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  • WORTH THE MONEY!

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    I have a 6 year old Pit Bull mix that I adopted through rescue and true to typical bullies he suffers from severe separation anxiety. Vari kennels, wire crates and the like have not been able to keep him not only contained, but comfortably so. He has chewed through and destroyed several of each. Thus far (we are a couple weeks in) this kennel has done the trick AND he chooses to lay in it all the time, not just when he is enclosed. He is around 70lbs and based on others reviews I ordered the medium. While it is big enough for him (just barely comfortable) if we ordered again I would go with the large instead for longer periods of containment for comfort sake.

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