Crates & Kennels
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Mon Aug 01 00:00:00 MDT 2016Lana M. Rating:4.0
With just my husband and I this kennel was extremely easy to assemble. I would recommend that you NOT unroll the chain link fencing until you are ready to wrap the frame as it does tangle easily.
Tue Feb 02 00:00:00 MST 2016rudie47 Rating:4.0
This kennel is all wood and makes a decent end table. It is not suitable for an unattended chewer! It holds up well for our purpose which is to corral an overly energetic dog, especially, when someone comes into our home. This allows the dog to be in our company but behaviors are limited. It is not sturdy enough to use as you would one of the more secure crates available. A word of caution. We purchased the large kennel for our 60 pound dogs. I measured the space before ordering. It does fit; however, the reality of the kennel is that it is large! It is higher than a traditional end table. Thank goodness I measured before ordering as it took up every inch of space. Our dogs can stand up and lay down without being cramped. This kennel will only hold one dog! For the money, it could be finished a bit better. Would purchase again.
Thu Apr 28 00:00:00 MDT 2016Jan D. Rating:5.0
Love this kennel!! Easy to put up and nice quality.
Wed Apr 06 00:00:00 MDT 2016texasgal41 Rating:5.0
Very pleased with this crate. Ordered the 30". Its sturdy, and I like the width which makes it easier for my Bulldogs to enter. The double latch is great if you have any escape artists in your kennel.
Tue Oct 27 00:00:00 MDT 2015Juanita O. Rating:4.0
We needed something small for our yard and this kennel was perfect. The dog house also fit in the kennel
Tue Jun 21 00:00:00 MDT 2016Nancy G. Rating:5.0
dog didn't like his plastic kennel but loves this crate!
Sun Sep 06 00:00:00 MDT 2015David S. Rating:5.0
Was a nice alternative to the plastic dog kennel we were using up until we purchased this crate. Looks like it belongs in the front room with our other furniture.
Wed Jul 20 00:00:00 MDT 2016William P. Rating:5.0
The double door feature is a big plus. Makes access in cars and confined spaces much easier. Portability (folds up & is light) can be a big plus. If you are or will be into showing the access and portability are very important. Some comment on the light construction, but your crate should NOT have to restrain a dog who is bent on escaping! Crate train your puppy from day one and he will LIKE his crate and consider it his refuge. If you're trying to crate train a large, strong older dog, start with a more secure hard crate. Never use the crate as punishment! Your dog should LOVE to go in his crate and will voluntarily go in when things are crazy or you're using the vacuum, etc.. Be sure your crate is big enough that your dog can stand up fully w/o ducking his head!
Fri Mar 04 00:00:00 MST 2016katphi Rating:5.0
This is basically a kennel with a wooden structure built around it. It is easy to put together and actually looks nice - certainly better looking than just an ordinary kennel. The quality is good and the price was better than other places I looked
Whether you have a new puppy or an old dog, getting him to sleep in a kennel can be a chore. Maybe he wants to sleep with you on your bed, or perhaps he prefers to snooze on the sofa. With a little bit of training and encouragement, however, you can train your dog to sleep in a kennel at night. These tips can help you train a dog to sleep in a dog kennel instead of on your furniture. Kennel Training Your Dog: Start as a puppy: The younger your dog is, the easier he will be to train. Read More