If you want the very best escape proof crate with no exceptions, then this impact dog crate is it. The Impact Case Stationary represents the ultimate indestructible dog crate. Made in the USA from high quality and durable .063 aluminum makes this crate incredibly strong as well as being lightweight and easy to move. This crate is corrosion resistant and will last a great many years making it a sound investment. This is especially important considering dogs can live for up to 2 decades. IATA compliant for airline travel!
The more robustly built market value priced ProSelect dog cage. is a better choice if you feel that your dog is of an escape or jailbreak temperament, due to its quality, build, strength, and reliability. And this is backed up with a significant volume of customer reviews. However if you feel it’s too expensive and can’t stretch your budget to get it, then you may like to consider the SmithBuilt crate.
One customer claimed that it only took her 45 seconds to set up, which means that it isn’t complicated to put together. It also is collapsible for storage, though even when folded; it is a large piece of equipment. Lastly, customers were impressed by how the crate itself seemed deeper when you went into it (probably due to the lower pan at the bottom).
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Why We Recommend It: The Zinger Winger DX5000 is probably the toughest and most durable crate I've reviewed. I wouldn't call any crate 100% inescapable, but the aircraft-grade aluminum and stainless steel slam latches mean the DX5000 is a match for almost any dog. It's also lightweight (compared to other heavy duty models) and has lots of ventilation - the only downside is the price.
Overview: This extra large dog crate is made by the same company as the one before this. It contains a double door (making it different from the last crate) and its dimensions are 48” x 30” x 33,” making it appropriate for dogs up to 90 pounds. There is a dividing panel, making for easy housebreaking, and it folds down and is collapsible for portable storage.
Overview: This is an extra large dog crate with soft sides. It is usable for both indoor and outdoor use and it also is waterproof, so you can take it camping with you (it looks like something you’d take camping). There is a storage case included with purchase and it folds down into that case conveniently. The measurements are 48 x 32 x 38.5 inches and the crate itself comes in other sizes for smaller animals as well (this is their XXL). The entries are front, side, and top.
Most Helpful review (read the full Amazon review): “It sure is a good thing I checked amazon.com for dog creates before spending almost twice as much at a major pet store! This crate is perfect in every way. It's very well made and the price can't be beat. The bottom plastic tray can be easily removed for cleaning and the crate collapses very easily. It's pretty easy to open and close with the double sliding…“
The crate features 3/8 Inch round welded-bars with a cross bar to offer maximum inescapable stability. These bars give the crate the impact protection that makes it so heavy duty. The crate is lockable via a marine grade hardware latch that provides ultimate security. The locking latch locks into place automatically to provide hassle-free security.
Ever since Walter recovered from the devastating blow of not being allowed to sleep in a human bed with us, he’s been content to sleep in his own dog crate, which is adequately sized for a dog of his proportions. By giving him one of the best extra large dog crates where he’s able to feel comfortable in and not squished, we’ve made his adjustment to life without a human bed much more comfortable.
Addendum added January 28, 2013: My vet had never noticed these carriers because I had never put one up on the exam table until my last vet visit. She looked at it with interest and totally concurred with my opinion of having a small, but open carrier for my two (panicky) cats. She has seen more than a few overheated pets in too enclosed carriers. Since I live far from the vet I always carry spare towels for the bottoms of the carriers and she found that the "stable floor covering'* I use was an additional comfort feature for my pets long trip to their appointments. (I just ordered the larger size of this carrier for my "Phat Kat" and will donate her previous carrier to our local animal shelter.)