UNIPAWS Furniture Style Dog Crate with Tray, Rustic Brown, Rustic Brown, Medium - Chewy.com

Unipaws Furniture Style Dog Crate with Tray, Rustic Brown

By Unipaws
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  • Its two-in-one design provides your pal with a place to rest while also saving you space.
  • The wide top gives you plenty of additional storage space to place lamps, picture frames, or other essential household items.
  • Includes a removable tray for easy cleaning.
  • Features an elegant wooden frame and a chew-resistant metal mesh.
  • The included cushion is soft and can keep your pal comfortable.

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FeaturesRemovable PadDouble Door, Removable PanRemovable PadRemovable Pan, Double DoorDouble Door
MaterialWoodWood, Coated Metal, MetalPlasticWood, Coated Metal, MetalWood
Breed SizeMedium BreedsMedium Breeds, Large BreedsMedium BreedsMedium BreedsLarge Breeds
Assembly RequiredYesYesYesYesYes
Tools IncludedNoNoNo
LifestageAdultAdult
Furniture Frame MaterialEngineered Wood, Wood

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What’s the weight limit of items to place on top?
Answer by ChewyApr 22, 2022
The top of the crate can support up to 200 pounds.

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Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By LLEO on May 16, 2022

Beautiful but not good

Bought this Kennel after researching and comparing many kennels. After emailing about the grating (which is metal) I made the decision to purchase the smaller one with high hopes.. It took about 2/3 hours to assemble. First time using it our new 27lb 8 month terrier mix managed to escape. Realized if they paw at the door, the lock slides completely out very easily. So started zip tying it closed and was fine for a day or two. After that she completely ripped out the grating on one of the doors. Realizing the metal is super thin, like chicken wire, maybe thinner. (she had no cuts or scrapes and she isn't a chewer, so it seemed like she used her nose to push it out) We fixed it and the next time she was in there we were gone for an hour and she basically took the bottom of the door off. The whole bottom piece completely broke off from the side pieces. After seeing it broken, realized it's more of that cheap filler type wood and looks like it just detached easily from the other pieces. It is beautiful but did not work for us.