48" XXL Heavy-Duty Metal Pet Cage Crate Kennel House Dog Cat Hamster
Heavy duty steel wire for the cage body and metal square tube as frame is the perfect choice for you to keep your pets safe and comfortable. Heavy-duty crates are perfect to train and contain a pet. Metal frame ensures strong and sturdy construction. Easy assembly design enables the cage to be setup in less than 5 minutes. Easily foldable for storage. Double-door design with one in front and the other on top allows easy access to our pet. You can change food and water for your pet from the dedicated small front door. When you want to take your pet out from the crate, the door on the top will also work. The front door has a strong latch and has the ability to padlock. Latches on the doors are all quite strong to prevent your pet from escaping. Grate design floor allows dirties to drop down to the below tray and keep a clean environment for pets. Tray can be cleaned without disturbing your pet. Both of the grate floor and plastic tray can be easily slide out from the bottom for easy and convenient cleaning. Crate is equipped with four rolling casters for easy moving and two of them are lockable design to avoid accidental moving.
Suitable for other pets like cats, rabbits, puppies. Available in sizes 36" 42" and 48"
Recommended Breeds for 24" Border Terrier, Boston Terrier, Jack Russel Terrier, Miniature Dachshund, Maltese, Miniature Pooldle, Tibetan Spaniel, Yorkshire Terrier and other dogs of a similar size and dogs 5 to 12 Kgs
Recommended Breeds for 30" American Pit Bull, Cocker Spaniel, Dachshund, French Bulldog, King Charles Spaniel, Miniature Pinscher, Miniature Schnauzer, Shetland Sheepdog, Welsh Terrier and other dogs of a similar size and dogs 12 to 18 Kgs
Recommended Breeds for 36" Basset Hound, Belgian Sheepdog, Bull Terrier, Bulldog, Chinese Shar-Pei, English Setter, English Springer Spaniel, Harrier, Schnauzer, Welsh Corgi and other dogs of a simliar size and dogs 18 to 32 kgs
Recommended Breeds for 42" Australian Shepherd, Border Collie, Boxer, Chow-Chow, Dalmation, Doberman Pinscher, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Irish Setter, Labrador Retriever, Siberian Husky, Poodle and other dogs of a similar size and dogs 32 to 40kgs
Recommended Breeds for 48" Alaskan malamute, collie, German shepherd, giant schnauzer, greyhound, bloodhound and other dog breeds of similar size dogs 40 to 48kgs
*Note: Please measure your pet before purchasing this item.
Easy to assemble. Can be folded after usage
Strong durable heavy-duty metal frame
Black powder coated
Provision to put a padlock to lock the crate
3cm thick metal wire and strong square metal tube frame
Secure latch locks
Small dedicated door for feeding food and water
Grate design floor allows the dirties to drop down into the tray beneath
Slide out grate floor and plastic tray for easy cleaning
Easy to store and transport when folded
Easy to move with wheels
High quality pet bed mattress that fits these cages are also available in our eBay store
Size: Overall measurements
48" XX-Large 124(L)x84(W)x95(H)cm (refer images for measurements)
New South Wales Delivery Area:
Metro areas of Sydney, Woolongong, Gosford, New Castle, Canberra, Albury, Central Coast, Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour & Northern Rivers
Victoria Delivery Area:
Metro areas of Melbourne, Geelong, Bendigo, Ballarat, Bacchus Marsh, Gisborne, Shepparton, Echuca, Wodonga
Queensland Delivery Area:
Metro areas of Brisbane, Gold Coast, Toowoomba
South Australia Delivery Area:
Adelaide Metro only
Tasmania Delivery Area:
Hobart & Launceston Metro only
For delivery to other areas, please contact us for freight quote. We do not post to PO boxes.
The crate is sturdy, and the wheels is great feature for moving such a large crate. Fits my large 45kg dog very well, he can fully lie down with his legs stretched out. Very pleased with the product. Assembling was smooth process, one wheel cover keeps coming off but doesnt hinder the movement of the wheels
We like the design, and the materials are a step up from the wire crates we got from the petstore which have survived three years of a dog daycare business.
However, both of the crates have significant manufacturing problems, several of which we’ll have to fix before using them. We’re disappointed as the crates had the potential to be so much better if put together well.
1, The door catches are significantly misaligned making the doors hard to secure and unable to be locked.
2, The metal pieces in the base are randomly spaced, different lengths and not welded in straight.
3, The hinges protrude beyond the metalwork. The sharp corners could potentially cause serious injury if a pet caught themselves on it.
4, The top rear hinges holding the sides are poorly riveted, not spaced correctly and in one case are badly bent.
5, Many of the mesh panels are significantly bowed and poorly welded. The roof of one of the cages doesn’t shut properly because all of the metalwork is bent.
6, One of the plastic trays supplied was dirty and has a split in the base.
With better manufacturing practices and quality control, this would have been a great product.
Metal cage part is nicely made, bit too big for our dog but will not need it as much after she is done with her puppy stage. The plastic trays meant to 'catch' any waste cracked during delivery. The flooring of the crate is not ideal for our dog as she isnt in there for long enough to need to toilet, but there isnt another option for more flooring beside the metal grate. we needed to cut a piece of ply to fit in the bottom to protect her feet as she doesnt always wake up on her bed. The latch is a little bit annoying as it can be lifted the wrong way and you need to open the door slightly to reajust. My dog is quite docile and enjoys being crated, but if you had an escape artist or determined dog the locks may need to be replaced.
48" XXL Heavy-Duty Metal Pet Cage Crate Kennel House Dog Cat Hamster
As I am slowly introducing my dog to this crate I can't give you a full review. I found it easy to put together, although quite heavy to manoeuvre. The main door lock does not align properly and hence I have to wriggle and lift the door to open and close the lock. I may be able to overcome this by use of something through the padlock fitting. I have no idea what the last bit of hardware was for - the little black slab-thing, as it doesn't specify it on the instructions. Neither does it tell you on the instructions which way to place the locks. I referred to ion of the crate on line and could see that that door lock doesn't align properly either!!. Apart from that I have no problems, but dog has not spend any great amount of time restricted to the crate as yet. But is a good solid crate (he wrecked his last flimsier one). Perhaps the weight of the crate could be specified on the advertisement somewhere, as it was quite difficult to manoeuvre without assistance. All in all it's a good sturdy crate and should do the job required of it. :)