BEEZTEES Vari Kennel 2 IATA Caisse de Transport pour Chien de 9-13,5 kg Crème
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- Treillis des conduits métalliques, serrure de sécurité
- Incl. gobelet double ou deux gobelets (en fonction de la taille de la boîte)
- Conforme aux normes IATA pour le transport aérien
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Description du produit
Caisse de transport légère, très robuste et particulièrement adaptée au transport des chiens, des chats et autres animaux. Conçue en résine de haute résistance, elle est antichoc et peut supporter d'importantes contraintes de déformation. Porte et grilles de ventilation en grillage soudé, conçue en 2 parties superposables. Assemblage par vis, très bien ventilée. PORTE SERRURE 4 POINTS, pour sécurité renforcée. Conforme aux normes IATA pour le transport aérien.
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The crate is really well-made. It comes in two halves and you simply mate the upper and lower and use the enclosed hardware (thumbscrews) to secure it. No tools necessary. The gate mechanism is solid and Riley has not challenged its security. It's wicked easy to clean, too, which I accomplish by wiping it out with lysol wipes and then hitting it with our hand steamer, just to prevent any parasites/ova/cysts from hanging around in there.
Now the important part: Riley digs it. I mean, he loves it. This is his den from puppyhood at 9 weeks until the end of his long life. When he first came home, we had it all set up with a nice soft bed (Midwest Quiet Time Pet Bed Deluxe Tan Ombre Swirl 35" x 23") and I placed a big plastic file box in the back of it to function as a partition. As you know, the partition is critical in house training your pup - at first, all she needs is room to turn around and reposition herself in the crate ... any other space and she'll get busy in the there if you know what I mean. By the time Riley was 12 weeks, he was 100% housetrained (with a 1-week safety factor, just to make sure) and we were able to pull the partition and give him the whole crate for the big puppy stretch-out thing ... which is remarkably cute. Now all we have to say is Go To Camp! and he hustles into the crate and does a 180-degree turn and sits and waits for his treat. Sweet.
One last thing: if he gets barky or whiny or old-man hrumph-y in the crate, we just lay a blanket over the crate and he quiets right down. Remarkably quickly. Not sure why it works so well but I'm not going to question the Puppy Gods over it. Maybe that will work for you, too.
**UPDATE** Riley's now 6 months old and 60 pounds. This size crate is too small for him. So whilst he can lay in it and turn around, he cannot stretch out sideways or lengthwise. Also, German Shepherd Dogs are known to flop down on their sides when they lay down, and the crate does not give him the space to pull off this behavior. Thus, we are upgrading to the next size up.
These kennels aren't fancy BUT the cost of a new "Petmate" kennel was equivalent, or less, than the used kennels I had been buying. The larger "Petmate" kennels are joined by screws, instead of "convenient" clips, but they are very durable, easy to clean, relatively attractive, and incredibly practical. I love that all kennel sizes, except the 2 smallest sizes, are the same color so they look uniform in the kitchen and bedroom. We crate all our dogs in the car and these kennels work great for travelling. Because they are so much less expensive than other kennel brands, over time, we have able to purchase enough "Petmate" kennels to have dedicated kennels in the kitchen and bedroom, and in each of our vehicles, so that we have eliminated the huge hassle of hauling kennels around, like we used to. On top of everything else, our dogs seem to love them and we have never had any problems with the kennels, and we have been using these kennels for years. I am so "sold" on these kennels, that in the past 2 months, we bought 5 more kennels, so we could finally achieve our goal of dedicated kennels for each vehicle.
These kennels are also legal to be used for transporting dogs by plane, which we occasionally do for shows.
It's also one of the few airline approved kennels. I flew Alaska Airlines and they have a very strict kennel policy, but the Alaska Airlines representative at the airport said everything checked out.