AmazonBasics Portable Folding Soft Dog Travel Crate Kennel – 15.5 x 15.5 x 21 Inches, Tan

February 8, 2020 - Comment

An Amazon Brand. Product Features Folding soft-sided 21-inch dog crate for small dogs up to 15 pounds; can also be used for a cat or kittens 2 doors (top and front); mesh windows and front door for ventilation on all 4 sides Secure zipper closures; fastening straps keep unzipped rolled-up doors positioned neatly out of

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(as of February 23, 2020 10:13 pm EST - Details)

An Amazon Brand.

Product Features

  • Folding soft-sided 21-inch dog crate for small dogs up to 15 pounds; can also be used for a cat or kittens
  • 2 doors (top and front); mesh windows and front door for ventilation on all 4 sides
  • Secure zipper closures; fastening straps keep unzipped rolled-up doors positioned neatly out of the way
  • PVC frame and polyester fabric; sets up in seconds (no tools needed); folds flat for easy transport and compact storage
  • Measures 20.9 by 15.4 by 15.4 inches; backed by an AmazonBasics limited one-year warranty
  • Please ensure to use product with crate-trained dogs only

Comments

Anonymous says:

Worth the $$ Very happy with the ease of setting up, quality material, and super light weight. I use this in the car when using rentals to keep control over my German Shepard’s hair. She is 71 lbs., and fits comfortably. I even used it when I went camping this last weekend, as a pup tent. My dog is very anxious, and she was happy to be inside her space while out in the “wild”. Would work great in apartments with limited space for crating. Highly recommend the purchase.

Anonymous says:

Plenty of room for two Just got the 42” today. There were varying posts/opinions on the size needed for dogs so I wanted to post with pics. I’m getting this as a crate for camping with my 2 dogs as a place both of them to sleep at night (they won’t be in it outside of nighttime and I’m not trying to use it as a playpen). I also hoped for something that would fit in the vestibule of my tent (which it just barely does in the end of my REI Basecamp4). My dogs are each around 43 pounds but sized very differently (basset…

Anonymous says:

My cavalier spaniel could have died from choking I have a tiny 13lb dog who prefers sleeping in our bed, but on occassion needs to be in his crate. This a.m. when I went to get him he had managed to tear a whole in the side mesh “window” at the stitching. He got his head out but was trapped at the neck in a standing position. Had he not been able to stand that long he certainly could have been choked. I had to cut the rest of the “window” in order to be able to free him (pic3). This could have been a deadly defect.

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