Petmate 38-Inch 2-Door Training Retreats Wire Kennel for Dogs, 70 to 90-Pound

December 7, 2019 - Comment

From house-breaking pups to halting behavior problems before they start, to keeping them out of trouble when they’re home alone, Petmate offers a variety of wire kennels to meet any need at any stage of life. Created for both comfort and housetraining, the Two-Door Training Retreat kennel boasts sturdy wire construction for safety, rust-resistant black

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From house-breaking pups to halting behavior problems before they start, to keeping them out of trouble when they’re home alone, Petmate offers a variety of wire kennels to meet any need at any stage of life. Created for both comfort and housetraining, the Two-Door Training Retreat kennel boasts sturdy wire construction for safety, rust-resistant black coating for durability, and a leak-proof removable pan for easy cleaning. The double-latch, single front door and side door helps with control, easy in and out access, as well as versatile positioning. A convenient handle on the top makes it easy for pet parents to move from room to room. Available in six different sizes, it also features an adjustable divider that enables the kennel to easily grow with the pet!

Product Features

  • Patented easy and secure door operation with 5-Point Door Lock System – eliminates any gaps in the top, sides and middle of the door increasing the strength and safety of the overall door system
  • Perfect tool for house training your pet (Crate Measurements: 42″L x 28″W x 30″H)
  • No Assembly Required – Easily Folds Flat for Transport and Storage
  • Rust-Resistant Electro-Coat Finish increases the life of the crate
  • Includes FREE durable, removable polypropylene pan for easy cleaning + FREE divider panel to adjust crate size as your pet grows

Comments

Anonymous says:

Most crates look the same – they aren’t, and you need to know the difference. I have the 24″ model of the crate that is advertised. It belonged to my dog that passed away late last year. She was 15 years old. That crate was hers from the time she was a puppy. And it’s still going strong 16 years later.My new dog is a little longer than Gizmo and would feel more comfortable in a 30″ crate (Gizmo loved her crate and would go in and out of it throughout the day – I left the door open for her). I’ve looked everywhere for the same model or a model with the…

Anonymous says:

Stop looking around, purchase this one. I bought a dog crate from Petco when my dog outgrew her small one and paid $70. I bought this one as a second one to keep at my moms house when she dog sits my pup! This one is MUCH better quality then my Petco crate and a tiny bit bigger. I got so ripped off! So I returned my $70 one and bought a second off of here. Two for the price of ONE I would of paid in the store! The edges aren’t sharp like some of the other reviews say. I’m not super handy with putting things together (I leave that for…

Anonymous says:

Loved the first one… second one was different and not what I thought I would be getting I ordered this crate earlier this year and loved the door assembly. The extra safety hasp and straight bar on mechanism was great so I ordered another one. Second one was completely different but I had ordered the same crate. If the first one had the L-shaped lock mechanism I would have not ordered the second one as this mechanism is harder to use.Be careful when ordering as it seems like whoever is the lowest bidder in regards to suppliers will be the one chosen to ship out the crate…

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