Canine Camper Portable Tent Crate
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Rating: 3.9

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Easy to set-up, pop-up & zip assembly No poles, bars, straps or tools required Allows for complete assembly in seconds! Includes carrying tote which is great for travel Outdoor or indoor use Water resistant material - 600 Denier Polyester with Tan PVC Backing Black PVC mesh window screens Reinforced flat-top design - for placement of pet accessories Zippered mesh door Zipper lock - secures mesh door; prevents accidental opening Privacy flaps - to regulate visibility & ventilation Large storage pockets - 2 on either side & one in back large enough to hold folded tote and ground stakes Double- sided, ultra soft synthetic sheepskin zippered cover - machine washable Ground stakes Non-skid feet Bucket loop - holds water bucket in place Sized to accommodate standard MidWest plastic pans (sold separately - see specifications for pan model Sized to accommodate quiet timeâ„¢ pet beds (sold separately) Important: Not intended for puppies in the chewing stage, chronic chewers or aggressive dogs. Purchase a MidWest wire crate if you think your pet might chew the fabric used in the Canine Camper as damage by untrained dogs is not covered by MidWest's Limited Manufacturers Warranty. Use your Canine Camper Crate after your pet has been properly crate trained.
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Fandrews
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Rating: 5

Great portable crate

posted 5 years ago

This is a good soft crate. It's good for traveling. It's easy to carry and quick to setup and take down.

Pros: portable

Cons: dogs can escape if they are determined

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Katrina J.
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Rating: 4

For the crate trained dog

posted 6 years ago

I really like this crate for daytrips and overnights. My dog is crate trained and doesn't try to escape. The side flaps can be rolled up or put down for privacy. Putting the sides down helps calm my dog especially when there are things she would want to chase outside it. She doesn't like it as much as she does her wire crate but it is good for travel.

It is not easily cleaned as it has a fleece pad instead of a plastic pan. The pad must be washed. The pad is covering a flimsy piece of board which I plan to replace with plastic. This crate was meant for dogs that are crate trained and do not chew. This crate is not claw or chew proof.

Pros: Great for travel

Cons: Not chew proof

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