EliteField 2-Door Folding Dog Crate with Rubber FEET, 5 Sizes, 10 Models Available (2-Door Crate, 42″ L x 28″ W x 30″ H)

November 19, 2018 - Comment

The ELITEFIELD two door folding dog crate is made of 3, 4, 6 and 8 gauge wires that are stronger than those used in most other brand crates. The mesh space is 1-1/3″ that is smaller mesh space than most other brand crates with 1-1/2″ mesh space. The EliteField dog crate has a front door

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The ELITEFIELD two door folding dog crate is made of 3, 4, 6 and 8 gauge wires that are stronger than those used in most other brand crates. The mesh space is 1-1/3″ that is smaller mesh space than most other brand crates with 1-1/2″ mesh space. The EliteField dog crate has a front door and a side door for your convenience. There are two bolt latches with self-locking function on each door for safety. The crate is fully assembled, so you can set it up or fold it down in seconds, no tools needed. The actual size is 42″ long x 28″ wide x 30″ high and the crate is recommended for dogs up to 90 lbs.

Product Features

  • Size: 42″ long x 28″ wide x 30″ high; 1″ wider than most other brand 42″ dog crates; folding suitcase style crate, fully assembled; set-up and fold-down in seconds, no tools needed
  • A front and a side door for convenience; two bolt latches on each door for safety
  • Special Features: Non-skid rubber feet to protect floor surfaces; durable satin-black electro-coat finish; slide-out tough ABS pan for easy cleaning; two carry handles for easy transport
  • Material: 3, 4, 6, 8 gauge wires (stronger wires than most other brand crates; tip: the smaller the gauge number, the bigger the wire diameter)
  • Mesh space: 1-1/3″ (smaller mesh space than most other brand crates with 1-1/2″ mesh space); Product Quality Guarantee, 100% Money Back Guarantee, Customer Satisfaction Guarantee

Comments

Anonymous says:

I set it up easily enough without needing to man handle it This seems somewhat cheaply made. I set it up easily enough without needing to man handle it, however it seems this action alone has already chipped parts of the black coating. I can’t imagine how it would look if an animal were to chew on it. One of the doors is slightly bent at the bottom so I’m going to try and bend it toward the cage a little. I definitely wouldn’t get this for a dog who is going to be chewing and clambering to get out. I’m using it for a cat so I don’t think I need to…

Anonymous says:

Not for Large Dogs with Seperation Anxiety I bought this for our 30lb pit/boxer mix that sometimes has bouts of seperation anxiety and destroys all things in the house. It held him for the first day, but the bottom latch was so easy to unhook that we kept coming home and finding him at the front door greeting us with a mess. We decided to just give leaving him out a shot, and what would you know, he is FINE without being crated.I kept the crate for the rescue Pitbull that we were getting in the following two weeks. He is 50…

Anonymous says:

Buy it! Last one lasted three years plus! This is our second one. The other we had for three years! The handles ended up getting worn and rusted looking. I use it for a spare but wanted a new one. BUY IT! My labs 80 lbs have plenty of room to lay on their sides and sprawl out.

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