Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 98
Rated 1 out of 5 by megstin Horrible
Within a day my dog chewed the zipper off... this is a horrible product and i wasted a bunch of money on it. my dog is a small bread dog and only weighs 5lbs. the fact that my 5 lbs dog can chew a zipper off is crazyy. I think they should make a zipper that is more durable or at least send a replacement crate or a new one to replace the expensive one we bought. for the cost of these they should be better quality. will never buy from this company again... unless i get a replacement or something because this is ridiculous.
November 18, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ecomaj Horrible
Didn't even get it fully set up before the rolling lock on the bottom broke. Waste of time and gas.
November 14, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by GingerLC Plastic slide broke after 1 month
Plastic slide broke after just one month of use. This was too expensive to have broke so easily.
October 30, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by RoxTheShorthair Great for travel
I bought this crate to help keep my 8 year old German Shorthaired Pointer safe in my vehicle. It's easy to break down, and she has no complaints about getting in it. It isn't something that I would ever crate her in for long unsupervised periods because of the material, but for the purpose I bought it for of restraining her in my car while I'm driving and encouraging her to "chill and lie down" while not feeling imprisoned, it works perfectly. She hasn't made any effort to chew the mesh, and I don't expect her to because she can still see out the windows of my car, which is her sole requirement for not feeling trapped. It does take up a lot more room in my car than a plastic crate would, but it's 110% worth it for my dog's safety and sanity. My dog feels comfortable in this crate, so anytime she is somewhere where it is necessary to crate her for short periods of time (ie: at horse shows, at work, hotels, etc), I know that she will be comfortable and happy as long as I don't ditch her by herself for too long. The people who are using this crate for anything but short term "storage" are just asking for trouble. I'm sure that if I left even my very well-behaved and trained 8 year old in there all day, she would get bored and sick of being cooped up in a box and try to escape too. My advice: train your dog better, or buy a crate meant for your situation, not one meant for travel and short-term crating.
September 24, 2015