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Good crate but they need to include plywood for larger crates
posted 6 years ago
I used this for my mastiff puppy. Overall the crate is durable and easy to clean. I was disappointed that I purchased the extra large size that specifically says it is for mastiffs, st bernards, etc, so you would think it is made to hold the weight of these dogs. The plastic tray broke along the lines of the metal and I was worried my dog would hurt himself because the plastic was sharp where it had broken. I contacted the manufacturer and they recommended putting a piece of plywood under the plastic tray, which does work in preventing it from cracking. They replaced my tray for free, but I think they need to put that recommendation in the instructions, and for 215 dollars, maybe include that with the kennel. When I purchase something marketed for extra large breeds, I expect it to be able to hold their weight without having to buy additional products.
Cons: Tray broke due to weight of my dog
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Get the folding crate
posted 6 years ago
Save up and buy the folding crate. They are only a little bit more but worth every penny!
Please remember to take you dogs collar off when you put it in the crate.
Pros: Pups are safer in crates.
Cons: Pain to put together or move
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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