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Noz 2 Noz Soft Sided Dog Crate Review

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If you’re in the market for a quality soft sided dog carrier then the Noz2Noz soft sided dog crate is a great choice. It excels in all categories like price, features, convenience, durability and would make a great crate for your dog.  Read on to find out why we think this and what are the best points of this carrier.

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Description And Features

The design of this crate is really great. It has a solid steel frame that makes it very sturdy for a soft sided carrier. The fabric that goes over the frame is extremely tough and can handle a dog clawing at it and wont wear down too easily. Mesh windows make it easy for your pet to see out and feel comfortable with it’s surroundings, as well as keeping out the bugs.  Almost like a tent design, the mesh windows can also be unzipped if needed and the zippers are very tough and made to last.

For cleaning, the fabric has a water-resistant base and is designed to be easily cleaned.  You can remove the material from the frame and put it in the washing machine so accidents are not a worry.

Transporting is super convenient because it folds down quickly and easily with push button tabs and couplers that are inside the frame.  It can be stored in small spaces as it folds flat.  The design is great for transporting your dog and taking them with you on vacation or to the vet.

The crate comes in a whopping 5 different sizes so there are many options for different breeds of dogs.  Everything from Chihuahua’s and Yorkie’s to German Shepherd’s and Great Danes are covered with this carrier.

The color of the Noz2Noz Sof-Krate is a shade of green with black mesh that looks pretty good depending on your taste of course.

Good Things

  • Extremely durable fabric and well ventilated for indoor and outdoor use.
  • Easy to set up and transport wherever you need.
  • Can be used with pets up to 70 pounds.
  • Has rounded corners that prevent damage to home and auto interior.
  • Variety of different sizes for many breeds of dogs.
  • Very comfortable and cozy for your pet as it is covered to increase their comfort level.
  • Water resistant bottom for easy accident cleanup.

Bad Things

    • There is no screen on the top so some dogs wont like that they can’t see out.
    • Dogs that like to chew might be able to get through the material.
    • There is a strong odor from the fabric at first but this goes away with time.

The Verdict

Overall the Noz Sof-Krate Indoor/Outdoor Pet Home is a solid choice for anybody that’s looking for an affordable crate for their pet dog.  The easy storage and transportation make it a great option for taking your dog to the vet or on a car ride.  If you have a dog that chews a lot then you might need to look at other options but overall this crate is a steal for the money.  Go back to the homepage for more great reviews.

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Crate training offers a variety of benefits. The crate is a useful training tool to help teach housetraining skills, manage over-arousal, and protect against unwanted destruction when owners are unable to supervise an untrained dog of any age. A crate-trained dog always has a familiar retreat to call his own, whether at home, when travelling, or while waiting his turn at a weekly training class or performance event.

Not that long ago, crates were typically limited to bulky plastic or wire enclosures that were cumbersome to move from place to place. Today, dog owners have many choices when it comes to portable containment options, including a growing market of lightweight, foldable “soft crates” that are easy to transport from place to place.

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Is a Soft Crate Right for Your Dog?

As a trainer, I feel strongly that soft crates are meant to be used only by dogs who are already reliably crated trained. Confining a puppy or non-crate-trained adult dog using a soft crate is, in my opinion, just asking for trouble. No matter how the soft crate is constructed, canvas and mesh just aren’t designed to withstand the expected clawing and biting that often accompanies a puppy or young dog’s attempts to exit a crate without direct invitation. Until I have solid knowledge of my dog’s ability to crate calmly, I use a sturdy plastic kennel at home, or an exercise pen or collapsible wire crate for travel.

Some well-crate-trained dogs have even been known to free themselves from a soft crate in a moment of circumstantial excitement or frustration. My very first soft crate has a memorable Whippet-head-shaped hole in the mesh door from when its then inhabitant, Zoie, decided she’d had enough of sitting in the crate while I ran her housemate in a dock jumping competition. My current Golden, Saber, once left his mark of disapproval on the zipper seam of another soft crate when he decided it wasn’t right to be left behind when I had to go lead a group training adventure. He likely heard the group outside – comprised of many of his favorite people – and the damaging scratching ensued. I considered both dogs to be reliably crate trained, and both dogs had crated successfully, in soft crates, in similar situations, prior to their escape attempts. But sometimes mistakes happen.

Soft-Sided Dog Crates: Best and Worst

In some cases, mesh damage can be repaired using a screen-mending kit or with some creative sewing. Several manufacturers also sell replacement covers – however, replacement covers often cost almost as much as a new crate.

Like most any dog product, it’s important to know your dog. In the wrong hands (er, paws!), a soft crate can be an expensive experiment. But if your dog is truly ready for the experience, soft crates are perfect when you want something easily portable.

Advantages of a Portable Dog Kennel

Virtually any soft crate is going to come out on top in terms of portability when compared to a traditional plastic crate, collapsible wire crate, or exercise pen. Visit any competitive dog event or training class and you’ll find a sea of soft crates in all shapes, sizes, and styles. By design, soft crates weigh considerably less than plastic or wire crates of a similar size. Generally speaking, they also tend to fold flatter than collapsible wire crates. Each of these factors combine to make them a great choice for dog owners who need to frequently set up and break down their crate.

A soft crate also works well for home-based situational crating. The small footprint when folded makes it easy to tuck the crate away in a closet or under the bed if you only use it occasionally, such as when certain visitors stop by, when restricting a dog’s activity as she recovers from an injury, or when traveling.

While a soft crate is highly portable, we recommend against their use as travel crates in the car. Most any crate or pet seatbelt system helps protect against a dog interfering with, and dangerously distracting, the driver, making it a better choice than riding loose. However, the amount of force generated during even a minor collision could potentially catapult a dog through the mesh panels of most (if not all) soft crates.

Soft Crates: Most Important Features

When I’m shopping for a soft crate, I look for supreme ease of use, both in terms of how quickly I can set up and break down the crate, and how easy it is to carry to my designated crating area at weekly dog classes and events. I also want my dog to fit comfortably in a crate recommended for his size.

I almost always use the soft crate at outdoor events, so good ventilation is important. I want a product that is sturdy enough to support a few assorted training items on top, so I can use it as a temporary table while I train. And, because I know “dogs can be dogs,” and even the best crate-trained dog will occasionally manage to damage the crate beyond repair, I don’t want to spend a lot of money on a soft crate.

How We Reviewed the Dog Crates

We chose a total of eight crates for review. Some were selected based on recommendations by fellow dog enthusiasts; some because they are made by manufacturers of well-known wire crates and exercise pens, and some based simply on Google search results and/or an inexpensive price tag.

After carefully analyzing the pros and cons of each crate, we saw a lot of really wonderful features, but, sadly, not one single crate managed to offer all of our favorite features in one product. (Hey, manufacturers, call me!) Still, it was pretty easy to come up with a couple of overall favorites, a least favorite, and some honest feedback about the pros and cons of the remaining crates, which we hope aids in readers’ decision making.

2017 Soft-Sided Crate Reviews

Soft-Sided Dog Crates: Best and Worst

Our 4-PAW Favorite Soft Crates

We found just two crates that met our criteria for a four-paw rating (the highest rating we confer on any products).

Elite Field’s Three-Door Folding Soft Crate

Elite Field’s Three-Door Folding Soft Crate (pictured above) was the standout leader in terms of available features and overall value. We reviewed the 36-inch version, which measures 36 inches long by 24 inches wide by 28 inches tall. Most notable was the additional headroom, making it more likely the crate’s inhabitant can sit comfortably while maintaining a natural head position.

This crate packs a punch with its features. The crate quickly takes shape after unfolding by easily connecting both ends of the lightweight internal steel-tube frame, accessible via a zippered, mesh “sunroof” panel on the top of the crate. Set-up and break down can be done in seconds. After releasing the frame, the crate quickly folds into itself and is held in the folded position with two quick-release buckles.

The crate cover, made of thick canvas and sturdy mesh, can be removed and washed, if needed. The Elite Field soft crate features rounded, reinforced corners and feels sturdy when set up. The 36-inch crate weighs 14 pounds.

We appreciate how this crate has front and side entry doors, along with one full-length mesh window on the opposite long side, and a partial mesh window on the short side. The zippered side entry is helpful when you need to position the crate sideways, which then restricts access to the front door. (I sometimes run into this issue in hotels.)

The sheer amount of mesh means this crate is well ventilated, making it a wise choice for use in warmer climates. While not shown on the manufacturer’s website, the crate is also available, in specific colors, with “curtains” that can be rolled down to cover the mesh door and windows. This is a nice feature for times when obstructing a dog’s view helps reduce over-arousal and related vocalization.

Elite Field has thrown in several value-added features, such as storage pockets on both the top and short end of the crate, and the crate comes with a free mat and carrying case. I’m personally not a fan of encasing my crate in its own bag when not in use, so I was pleased to see the crate itself has multiple built-in handles, making it easy to transport even when out of its case. If anything, Elite Field almost went overboard with carrying options. Not only is there a handle for carrying the crate when folded, every size crate also comes with a cross-tied handle on the top of the crate. I could see using this option if carrying the small-size crate while occupied by a small dog, but definitely not while housing a dog in one of the larger size crates.

Our one notable disappointment with this crate is the inability to secure the zippers in the closed position. As someone who has spent countless weekends at dog events, I know how quickly clever dogs can figure out how to open a zippered door by positioning a toenail “just right” on the frame of the zipper pull. Many soft crates come with a small clip just above the zippered door. The clip can be used to “lock” the zipper, thus thwarting a clever dog’s attempt to open the zipper with his claw.

Firstrax Noz2Noz Sof-Krate

Firsttrax Noz2Noz Sof-Krate

A close second to the Elite Field crate is the Firstrax Noz2Noz Sof-Krate. We tested the 42-inch crate, which measures 42 inches long by 28 inches wide by 32 inches tall. This crate is similar to the Elite Field crate, but without the bells and whistles of storage pockets, a crate mat, or a carrying case.

Like the Elite Field crate, set-up involves pulling both ends of the internal frame into position, where they fit together and are secured by a closure sleeve. Set up can be done in seconds. The crate cover, made of thick canvas and sturdy mesh, can be removed and washed. Replacement covers are available from the manufacturer. The Noz2Noz Sof-Krate soft crate has reinforced, rounded corners and feels sturdy when set up. The 42-inch crate weighs 19 pounds.

This crate also features front and side-entry, mostly mesh doors and a canvas “sunroof.” We were pleased to find “zipper lock” clips on both the front and side access doors. The remaining long- and short-sides of the crate have mesh windows, allowing for maximum air-flow. The Noz 2 Noz crate folds down similar to the Elite Field crate. The folded crate can by carried by a single handle.

3-PAW Crates

Only one product was close enough to our higher-rated crates to earn our three-paw rating.

A solid, no-frills, functional choice:

Firstrax Petnation Port-a-Crate E-Series

Petnation Port-a-Crate

Firstrax also manufactures the Petnation Port-a-Crate E-Series. The lightweight, internal frame works similar to that of the Elite Field and Noz2Noz crate, and the Petnation Port-a-Crate can be set up or taken down in seconds. Of the three similarly designed crates, the Port-a-Crate appeared to fold down the flattest. Its overall shape is slightly different; the top of the crate tapers inward, but not so much as to significantly limit the dog’s usable headroom.

We tested the 36-inch crate, which measures 36 inches long by 25 inches wide by 25 inches tall, making it one of the shorter crates (at that length) in our review. Unlike the 36-inch Elite Field crate, my Golden Retriever, who measures about 21 inches at the shoulders, cannot sit with a natural head position in this crate. This doesn’t bother me, as I prefer my dogs to lie down and rest when in their away-from-home crates, but it’s worth noting, especially if your dog is on the taller side. The 36-inch Port-a-Crate weighs 14.5 pounds.

Aside from the shorter height, the only other potential issue we saw with the Port-a-Crate is the window design. Unlike the Elite Field and Noz2Noz crates, which feature large mesh windows, allowing for significant ventilation, the Port-a-Crate is limited to a mesh front-entry door (with an available zipper lock) and small, bone-shaped windows on the remaining sides. This potentially limits airflow within the crate, an important consideration if used outdoors in hot or humid climates.

On the other hand, less mesh overall might also mean fewer areas for the dog to damage with his claws. Of the three similarly designed crates, we found the Port-a-Crate, available in six sizes, ranging in price from $32-$57, to be least expensive. At this price point, we recommend the Port-a-Crate as a nice “starter” soft crate if you aren’t sure your dog is ready to be contained by mere mesh and canvas.

2-PAW Products

The next three crates on our list failed to impress us overall, yet still have some notable features making them worth mentioning, as your priorities might differ from ours.

Go Pet Club Soft Pet Crate

If your your dog needs a little more room to relax, you appreciate a super-lightweight product, and know you can trust your dog in a soft crate, the Go Pet Club Soft Pet Crate might be worth a look.

Unlike our three favorite crates, which feature interior metal frames and a canvas/mesh cover, the Go Pet Club Soft Crate is made from heavy-duty, PVC-backed polyester. The entire crate literally zips together and holds its shape thanks to zippers and flexible spine strips encased in the crates rounded top. It’s not difficult to set up or break down, but it does take longer than any of our top picks.

The Go Pet Club Soft Pet Crate comes in a surprising assortment of sizes, ranging from 17.5 inches to a considerable 48 inches in length. In looking for a mid-size crate of this model, we had a choice of 32 inches or 38 inches. The 38-inch crate is exceptionally roomy, with a width of 28 inches and measuring a full 34 inches at the highest point of the rounded top.

The lack of an internal metal frame means this crate weighs just 12 pounds and folds down to about two inches thick and stores in an included case. However, the lack of a solid internal frame makes the crate less sturdy overall, and the three mesh windows and mesh front entry door (which work together to provide nice ventilation) appear to be made of lighter-weight mesh than the other brands we reviewed.

This crate’s biggest “pro” is its generous dimensions. If your goal is to secure the most internal real estate for the price, the Go Pet Club Soft Pet Crate could be a good option.

If you miss your old Cabana Crate:

Soft-Sided Dog Crates: Best and Worst

Precision Pet’s Soft Side Pet Crate

A decade ago, WDJ’s top pick in soft-sided crates was a product called the Cabana Crate. For reasons that escape us, the product was discontinued long ago. The Precision Pet (recently purchased by PetMate) Soft Side Pet Crate resembles the Cabana Crate of yore, with some differences. It’s an attractive crate with a nice assortment of features, such as front and side-entry doors, storage pockets, non-skid feet, a water bottle opening and holder (for a ball-tip style water bottle), and a crate mat and carrying case. The canvas and mesh are of a nice quality, and the design appears to allow for desirable airflow.

Like many of the other crates we tested, this crate takes shape via a lightweight metal frame. However, of all the similarly designed crates we explored, the Soft Side Pet Crate took the longest to set up. Assembly reminded me of the discontinued Cabana Crate: first remove the crate’s cross bars from their self-fastening ties and swing them into position along the front and back (short sides) of the crate. Next, align the twist handles with the corner holes and turn the handles until fully engaged and secure.

This process is not at all difficult, but it does take longer, and it’s easy to become spoiled by the even-faster set up of the other crates we tested. Who wants a bulky old CRT TV version of a soft crate when the sleek flatscreen TV variety of crates are out there?

We also found it odd that the side entry door, when unzipped, flips out, not up, creating what looks a bit like an attached doormat rather than being kept out of the way by resting atop the crate.

In short, there’s nothing wrong with this crate, but the additional steps required for set-up and break down kept this option off of our “favorites” list.

A neat idea, but use it wisely:

Sport Pet’s Pop Crate

Soft-Sided Dog Crates: Best and Worst

Pop goes the soft crate! If small and lightweight are your top priorities, and you have a medium-size, exceptionally well crate-trained dog who needs crating for just short periods of time, consider the Pop Crate by SportPet Designs.

Unlike every other crate we tested, the Pop Crate has no internal frame of any kind. The crate consists of two plastic ends – one with a spring-loaded metal door similar to a traditional plastic crate, and one with a full panel of air vents – connected by a rectangle of thin polyester fabric and mesh. To be sure, it wouldn’t take much effort at all for a dog to claw or chew his way through the fabric if he were so inclined. I’m not even positive the crate wouldn’t tip over if a large dog were to rest his weight against the side.

This crate’s claim to fame is its unique twisting design. Unclip the quick-release buckles and the crate springs into shape. To close the crate, stand it on end and twist the front frame 180 degrees, which compacts the crate back onto itself much like a pop-open car window shade.

Soft-Sided Dog Crates: Best and Worst

The Pop Crate comes in two sizes, neither of which is very big, making this, in our opinion, a poor choice for dogs much larger than a Shetland Sheepdog. Also, while we like the use of the plastic frame and metal door (adding durability to a commonly chewed and clawed area), the location of the door hinge makes the already tiny opening even smaller. My dog startled himself more than once by hitting the door or doorframe on his way in and out of the crate. It’s also so lightweight (the large only weighs 6.35 pounds), it easily slid around on my hard floor with each entry and exit, again, startling my dog.

The large Pop Crate measures 36 inches long by 20.75 inches wide by 22 inches tall. The small Pop Crate is significantly smaller, measuring 22.5 inches long by 14.25 inches wide by 14.5 inches tall. Both collapse to 4 inches high, making it reasonable to pack in a suitcase for travel.

Elite Field’s Two-Door Soft X-Pen

In selecting products to review, we expanded our definition of “soft crate” to include what is best described as a fully enclosed, soft exercise pen. Like a traditional exercise pen, Elite Field‘s Two-Door Soft X-Pen consists of eight connected panels, only in this case, the panels are constructed of canvas and mesh. These create an octagonal enclosure with a diameter of 36-62 inches and a height of 24-36 inches.

We tested the 48-inch pen, which provided plenty of room for two adult Golden Retrievers. The pen has two zippered doors, two storage pockets, a water bottle opening and holder, and a removable (zippered) washable floor mat and mesh top. It’s lightweight and comes with a carrying case. Having recently refinished my hardwood floors, I loved the idea of a soft pen.

Soft-Sided Dog Crates: Best and Worst

Elite Field’s Two-Door Soft X-Pen seemed like a strong contender as a top pick until it was time to fold it up. It does not come with detailed instructions, nor is it super intuitive. Even after we determined the need to remove the top and bottom of the pen before folding (a disappointment in itself), it took several attempts to discover the correct order in which to fold the panels onto themselves.

When we contacted the manufacturer for input as to the best way to fold the pen, we were told see the set-up instructions (which basically say, “unfold the play pen and expand the play pen”) and then to “please just reverse the set up process.” Gee, why didn’t we think of that? #Sarcasm.

This pen has a lot of potential. If Elite Field would number the panels and add simple instructions for folding it up, this pen could rise to the top of our list. We love the concept, but don’t recommend this product if you plan to set it up and take it down often, or if you have low frustration tolerance!

1-PAW Dog Crates (Lowest Rated)

The following crate might offer some utility for some dog owners, but didn’t, in our opinion, possess enough positive features to outweigh the factors we considered to be drawbacks.

Midwest Pet Product’s Canine Camper

Midwest Pet Products is a key player in the wire crate and exercise pen market. Unfortunately, it brought a wire crate mindset to the soft crate market, with (in our view) a poor result.

Soft-Sided Dog Crates: Best and Worst

The Canine Camper is essentially a sparse wire crate encased in canvas. On the outside, it looks similar to any of the soft crates held together by lightweight metal frames. Underneath the attractive canvas cover is a wire frame, which requires a somewhat counterintuitive, two-step process to secure.

To add to the challenge, unlike similar soft crates where assembly is easily accessed via a zippered “sunroof” on top of the crate, no such sunroof exists on the Canine Camper; we had to reach in through the crate’s front door – awkward!

The extensive wire frame also adds to its weight. We tested the 36-inch model, which weighs 17 pounds – a good bit heavier than the 14.5-pound Port-a-Crate and 14-pound Elite Field crate of the same length.

We did find the Canine Camper to have the sturdiest mesh window and door panels. Rather than a fabric-type mesh, it features thicker, rubberized window and door panels that feel like they might better withstand clawing.

Stephanie Colman is a writer and dog trainer in Southern California.

Sours: https://www.whole-dog-journal.com/lifestyle/dog-gear/soft-sided-dog-crates-best-and-worst/
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If you prefer to travel with your pet rather than set them up in a local kennel, you need to consider is their transportation. In this NOZTONOZ Soft-Krate Pet Home review, we’ll be taking a close look at the product and its benefits. This is a very durable and useful soft crate that is ideal for both indoors and outdoors, and for both small and large dogs.

Ideally, you want to find a pet home that your dog is going to love. Once they feel at home, it is so much easier to travel from A to B whenever you want. You also need something that is strong, sturdy and built to last.

The NOZTONOZ Pet Home has some useful advantages for any pet owner. They include being pretty easy to set up, something most people look for. The last thing you want to mess around with after a long journey is putting up your dog’s little home in the new location.

If you don’t want to choose a standard crate for your dog and need a pet home that is easier to handle, this is well worth a closer look at.

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NOZTONOZ Soft-Krate Indoor/Outdoor Pet Home Review

In this review for the NOZTONOZ Pet Home, we’ll be looking at all aspects of the product. That includes who it’s suited for, what sizes are available and the pros and cons of buying one for your pet.

Who Are NOZTONOZ?

They are a small company that specializes in a few different designs for pet homes. Based in Blacksburg, Virginia in the USA, they produce a soft crate that comes in several different sizes and which has been a favorite with customers for a few years now.

The range of different sizes means you should be able to find a portable home for any dog from small ones like chihuahuas to reasonably large breeds like Alsatians.

Which Sizes and Colors Are Available?

  • The smallest Soft-Krate Pet Home measures 21 inches by 15 by 15 and is suitable for dogs up to about 15 pounds. That includes breeds such as Chihuahuas and Shih Tzus.
  • The biggest pet home is 42 by 28 by 31 inches and suitable for much bigger dogs including Labradors and German shepherds.
  • There are three other different sized pet homes in between these models. That’s enough to cover practically every breed of dog.

The pet home only comes in one design color, a khaki green with black piping and corners. If you’re looking for something that is purely functional, then this shouldn’t be a problem.

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What Are the Advantages & Disadvantages?

Picking the right option for your dog involves considering the price, size, and sturdiness of the build. If you’re always traveling, for instance, your going to need a product that you can put up and take down pretty easily.

Here’s a quick guide to the pluses and minuses for the NOZTONOZ Soft-Krate Pet Home.

Pros:

  • This is a highly durable and well-ventilated home that can be used outdoor or indoor.
  • It’s easy to put up and take down. The soft material and wire framework mean that it can be constructed quickly.
  • It incorporates a tight weave mesh that not only provides plenty of ventilation but protects from the elements at the same time.
  • You can choose to unzip the sides and top of the crate and the front rolls up and down to allow your dog easy access when in place.
  • It’s portable so you can fit it into your car on long journeys and provide your dog with a secure and safe place to rest.
  • The water-resistant base means that your dog won’t be left feeling uncomfortable during wet weather outdoors.
  • It’s easy to clean, and you can dismantle and put in the washing machine or use a damp cloth to clear up smaller messes.

Cons:

  • There is not a screen on top of the pet home though it can be unzipped and pulled back.
  • If you have a dog that likes to chew, they can get into the mesh and damage the pet home, so it’s not suitable for their long-term use. This can be a problem if you have younger dogs who are not entirely house trained properly.
  • When it’s first unpacked, you may notice a strong odor from the new material. This is nothing to worry about and tends to dissipate within the first couple of days.

Overall, there are a lot of positives for the Soft-Krate Pet Home, and there’s no doubt it’s suitable for practically all breeds and size of the dog. The cost is mid-range for portable pet homes, and you can expect it to last a good while.

It’s well worth the investment if you want something that is light and portable.

What Customers Say About the NOZTONOZ Soft-Krate Pet Home

It is available in a range of different sizes and is simple to set up wherever you are based. It’s a good buy if you want a portable and secure home for your dog, whatever its size. Let’s take a quick look at what customers who bought it have been saying about the product recently.

  • According to many buyers, this is a great home for those dogs that are already crate trained. The large sizes available and the wire frame make it sturdy and suitable for indoors and outdoors, even for big breeds. Many customers have used it as a home for their dog as they travel across the country. It’s easy to fit into any car and can easily be secured.
  • Traveling with your dog and using a Soft-Krate Pet Home has certain advantages. The fact that you can open up three different access doors means that you can position the home in your car or caravan and still have sight of your pet. That’s good news if you need to keep them calm during your journey.
  • Most buyers like the fact that they can transport the pet home from place to place. Dogs can often get nervous when they’re somewhere new so having something they recognize and feel comfortable with is important. If you’re staying in a hotel, for example, it’s a simple case of transferring the pet home from the car to your hotel room.
  • Durability is also another thing that customers have commented on with this product. One owner bought their Soft-Krate Home over six years ago, and it’s still in pretty good condition. That’s great news for anyone that is looking for an affordable but long lasting solution to their pet home problem.
  • The trouble with hard, metal crates is that they can be a big problem if you want to move them in and out of a particular location. If you are a regular traveler, for instance, then having a pet home you can easily flatten down and store away is vital. The Soft-Krate is also pretty light compared to your average metal cage.
  • For those that want their pooch to have a personal space, this pet home fits the bill entirely. It can be set up in any home, near your dog’s favorite spot or even outside where it will be able to cope with most weather conditions. Most dogs learn to settle down with their new space and go to it automatically when they’re being put to bed.
  • Customers also point out the good ventilation with the Soft-Krate which means that the product can be used in a variety of different locations. As we all know, a good flow of air is essential for any dog, whatever their size. The last thing you want is an enclosed space where there’s a lack of air, particularly on a hot day.
  • If you are always putting your dogs in the back of your car and want to have more control over them, the Soft-Krate delivers on all points. They are simple to install and put up in just a few seconds. They provide a safe space for your dog as you drive to the park and helps keep them calm. Especially if you have a couple of excited dogs, you can keep them under better control by putting in two of the pet homes.
  • Big dog lovers tend to love this kind of product more than many other customers. Many have many dogs, and a product like the Soft-Krate is perfect for households with plenty of pooches. They don’t get crashed around like metal or hard plastic pet homes, and they’re easy to set up and take down if needed.
  • Other customers who like to keep a clean home love the fact that this pet home product is so light. It’s easy to wash, and so you don’t end up with a space in the home that smells too much of dog.

The majority of reviews of the Soft-Krate Pet Home are very positive, and that’s a testament to the durability and flexibility of the product. It’s often a safe space for dogs of all types and has even been used by owners when their pooch is recovering from an operation at the vets.

Is It Suitable for Dogs That Chew Plastic and Fabric?

While the crate has a strong steel frame, if your dog is highly prone to chewing and won’t leave your pet home alone, you may like to look at a sturdier product on the market. This can be the case with both small and large dogs, so it’s worth checking them out in the first few days if you have decided to buy the Soft-Krate.

Biting and chewing is usually a trait that you get with younger dogs, of course. You might want to try a few simple tips such as giving your dog something to chew and make sure you take it for a lot of walks to tire it out. If you do find your dog chewing its new home, the best thing to do is take the crate down and address the behavior first.

Most dogs, as they grow older, also grow out of the chewing habit. Once they’ve become calmer and are less likely to sink their teeth into things, you can then put the pet home back up again.

Can You Take the Soft-Krate Pet Home on Flights?

This is not a pet home that is suitable for carrying on board flights, even for the smaller models. It doesn’t meet current airline restrictions for pet carriers and is more of a home than a carrying product anyway. If you are looking to transport your dog or another animal, we advise you to search for a more suitable carrier.

The Soft-Krate can be dismantled and flattened to be packed away and used at the other end of your journey. That means you can take your carrier on the flight with you, just not with your dog in it.

Choosing the Right Size Pet Home

The main thing that you will need to decide before you buy the NOZTONOZ Pet Home is which size to pick. The manufacturers suggest that you take a few measurements for your dog first so that you can gauge which of their five different sizes you should buy.

The first step is to measure your dog from the top of the head to the floor. Ideally, you want the height measurement to be just a few inches more than this as your dog will not be spending much of their time standing. They will need a little headroom, however.

The next step is to measure your dog from the tip of the nose to the base of the tail. NOZTONOZ recommend you should choose a pet home that is about 4 to 6 inches bigger in length and width than this measurement. This gives your dog more than enough room to settle down and feel comfortable.

Dogs don’t tend to like too much space as they prefer to feel protected on all sides. It’s primarily because they are den animals. That can mean choosing a larger pet home for a smaller dog is not always a good idea.

If this is what you have chosen and your pet is not that interested in your new home, reducing the space with a few toys, and other things might make it a more enticing space.

Who Should Get the NOZTONOZ Pet Home?

This is a high-quality pet home that is most suited to dogs but certainly has been used for cats and other four-legged animals. It’s not a carrier and shouldn’t be used as such, even with smaller dogs.

The key is picking the right size for your pooch, and that means measuring them accurately. Many customers have bought it as a stable place for their dog to rest in the home. Others buy one because they are moving from place to place quite often.

If you travel regularly and want to take a pet home with you that is easy to erect, store in the car and take down again in a matter of seconds, this is a good choice.

Some dogs don’t like pet homes that are made of hard materials like plastic or metal. The softer material of the NOZTONOZ pet home can seem a lot more comfortable and great space where they feel safer.

A bit dog moving around a metal pet home can also be quite noisy. You don’t get that problem with the Soft-Krate.

Should I Buy It?

There’s a lot to be said for the Soft-Krate Pet Home which is why it’s such a popular choice for dog owners across the U.S.

For even the messiest dog, this is a product that is easy to clean – you pop it into your washing machine. For smaller mishaps, you can get out a cloth and wipe the material down.

You have with the Soft-Krate a product where you can use it both inside and out of the home. The waterproof base means that you won’t be prone to flooding if it rains. It’s perfect for your dog’s favorite spot or keeping them protected if you want them to sleep outside of a night.

Finding a top-quality pet home is not as easy as many dog owners will tell you. There’s a lot out there to choose from, and not all of it is top quality.

If you are looking for a durable and light but collapsible pet home that is both affordable and which your dog is guaranteed to love, however, the NOZTONOZ Soft-Krate is well worth the investment.

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Noz2Noz Sof-Krate 3-Door Soft-Sided Dog Crate Review

Only very few pet owners are committed enough to bring their dogs with them wherever they go. I am proud to be one of those people. I bring my pooch to the park at least once a week and even travel with it to my parents’ home every weekend. I consider my furry friend as part of the family, which is why I do not leave him behind. Having said that, I do not blame those pet owners who do not take their dogs with them when traveling; after all, it can be a bit overwhelming. The truth is that I used to hate doing it, too. The one thing that prompted me to give it a try was when I came across the Noz2Noz Sof-Krate 3-Door Soft-Sided Dog Crate after looking at several dog crates for travel. My dog’s veterinarian talked about it a lot, so I had to give it a try. This is why I decided to write this Noz2Noz Sof-Krate 3-Door Soft-Sided Dog Crate Review.

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How To Choose A Dog Crate

Table of Contents

A dog crate is a valuable instrument to have if you own a dog and you go out a lot. As much as you want to leave your pet behind, there are times when it is impossible to do so. The crate serves as your dog’s safe confinement when you need to drive your car and travel beyond state lines. It is also what you need the most if you plan to do some air travel with the animal. Perhaps you already know that airline companies do not allow dogs onboard without a pre-approved crate or carrier.

Choosing a carrier is not as forthright as you may think. You will realize this once you go to a pet store and see the bevy of productions. Not all dog carriers are suited for travel, while some varieties favor comfort over durability. Your choice depends on a few factors, including:

Size

Size is the chief factor to consider when you buy a dog crate for the first time. Be reminded that purchasing the wrong size does not entitle you to a replacement. In other words, you first must measure your dog, i.e. height, weight, and length to guarantee that you are spending your money on the right product. The crate should have sufficient space for the animal to turn around, stretch out, and curl up without issues. If you decide to go for a soft-side dog crate, be sure to add at least three inches to your pet’s shoulder height. A crate made from hard material must ideally have four inches of allowance.

Use

Aside from the size of the pet carrier or crate, you should also consider the intended use. If you must travel with your pooch more often than most people, then choose a lightweight and portable model. Find one with a design for easy carrying. If you plan to fly with your dog, get something that comes with airline-approved dimensions and features. If you have a destructive dog with a propensity to bite, chew, or scratch on anything, then you are better off with a dog crate made from hard plastic. If comfort is your focus, soft-sided varieties are the best option.

Style

Dog travel crates come in a handful of forms and styles, but I do not pay attention to those that are equipped with useless features. When you buy a crate or carrier for your dog for the first time, you should narrow down your list of choices to a soft-sided carrier, hard-sided crate, and a wearable/portable type. The soft-sided type is the best option when you are transporting a small breed of dog, plus you get to carry it with ease. A hard-sided model emphasizes rugged construction and durability, which means it is best used for a destructive dog. Meanwhile, a wearable type works like a baby carrier where you can carry your small pooch for short trips like a stroll in the park or visit to the veterinarian.

Do not leave Fido alone at home ever again. Even if you think it is difficult and overwhelming to bring a dog to an extended or long trip, the Noz2Noz Soft-Krater Indoor/Outdoor Crate will convince you that its portable and lightweight design will make you reconsider. It folds down in seconds, and you can bet it is sturdy enough to keep your dog safe on the entire trip.

Quick Glance

  • Lightweight and portable design
  • Easy setup mechanism
  • Water-resistant base
  • Removable and washable cover
  • Not ideal for an inherently destructive pooch
  • May not pass most airline travel standards
  • Soft-sides may wear out over time

Noz2Noz Soft-Krater Dog Carrier Features and Highlights

I chose to buy the Noz2Noz soft-krater indoor/outdoor dog crate because it comes with the best set of features that I thought would address my needs for a dog crate. I am ecstatic to share with you the highlights of this product.

Quick Setup

One thing that made me purchase the Noz2Noz soft-sided dog crate is its ingenious design. The push-button tabs and reinforced couplers are conveniently mounted in the steel frame tubes. This means that you can quickly get the unit up or collapse it in a minute or so. Setting up this dog crate is a breeze, thanks to the unique yet effective design. You can even store it flat, suggesting that there is no need for ample space for storage purposes.

Lightweight Design

Since this is a soft-side dog crate, you do not have hard plastic material that will add to the burden of carrying it. This one has a lightweight design that makes it comfortable and appropriate to carry in places and situations where you plan to bring your dog with you.

Safe Retreat

The product is built with the dog in mind. Some pet crates and carriers out there are only meant to help the owner have an easy time handling their dogs when traveling. The Noz2Noz Soft-Krate dog crate begs to differ because it ensures the animal’s well-being while inside. I hate to call it a type of restraint; it is more of a safe retreat for my dog whenever we find ourselves stuck somewhere during extended trips.

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Effortless Cleaning and Maintenance

This dog crate has gone through high standards of quality control procedures for it to be fit for travel. One of its distinctive qualities is its water-resistant base that allows for convenient cleaning and maintenance. You can use a stain and odor remover to get rid of waste and simply allow it to dry. Furthermore, the cover is made from washable material, giving you the liberty to remove and clean it as needed.

Well-Ventilated

The crate comes equipped with three large windows and reinforced mesh covering. This ensures that your dog will be comfortable and calm even during long trips since it will get enough air and visibility. I found this feature very helpful because my dog doesn’t like being in confined and tight spaces. The first crate I bought was made of hard plastic with little ventilation. My pooch did not like it, so I had to ditch that model. Now I know how crucial ventilation is in choosing a dog travel crate.

Steel Frame for Stability

The Noz2Noz soft-sided dog travel crate can accommodate a dog that weighs up to 70lbs. I did not believe it at first, but when I realized that a steel frame reinforces the mesh fabric material, I immediately changed my perspective. I think the manufacturer had to include the steel frame to guarantee that the crate is sturdy enough and can provide the needed support for the added weight.

What Others Say About The Noz2Noz Sof-Krate 3-Door Collapsible Dog Crate

I tried to be a responsible consumer by reading user reviews from fellow dog owners who decided to go with the Noz2Noz Soft-Krater travel carrier. These are the highlights:

Sylvia S. may have been apprehensive at first, but eventually decided to go for it. Seeing her dog getting comfy with it says a lot about the product.

Sylvia S. - Noz2Noz Soft Dog Crate

Keith loves this crate so much for his small dogs. It is not every day that you see a product that possesses “durable” and “soft” qualities at the same time.

Keith - Noz2Noz Sof-Krate Collapsible Dog Crate Review

I agree with CLC’s advice to avoid this dog travel crate if your dog loves to bite or chew on something when it is uncomfortable or stressed.

CLC - Noz2Noz Sof-Krate Dog Crate Review

Alternatives To The Noz2Noz Sof-Krate Pet Carrier

The Noz2Noz soft-sided dog crate may have piqued my interest, but not all pet owners feel the same about it. If you are one of those people who want to test the waters first before making a purchase, then here are the three competitors that I can think of:

Aspen Pet Porter Heavy-Duty Pet Carrier

This dog crate is what I consider as the complete opposite of the Noz2Noz carrier. It is made from hard plastic, bulky, and on the heavier side. You choose this crate if you want to ensure that you get your dog admitted for air travel since it meets most airline standards. To know more about the Aspen Pet Porter, go to this link.

2PET Foldable Dog Crate

This pet carrier has a bevy of similar features to the Noz2Noz dog crate, most notably the indoor/outdoor design. It is also made from soft material and comes with sufficient ventilation. You can learn more about the 2PET Foldable carrier for dogs here.

Petmate Sky Kennel

The strongest suit of this crate for dogs is its security features, making it an ideal travel instrument. It is equipped with a four-way vault door that prevents the likelihood of sliding and shifting. Like the Aspen pet carrier, this is made from hard plastic. Check out more details on the Petmate Sky Kennel here.

Our Final Thoughts

Leaving your dog at home for several days causes unnecessary anxiety to the animal. These pets need companionship like no other animals. So, when you need to travel for extended periods, you no longer are compelled to leave your pooch behind if you have the Noz2Noz soft-sided dog travel crate. The product solved my problems, and I believe it can help you, too.

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Sof-Krate Fabric Kennel

Fabric Kennel | Lightweight Outdoor K9Kennel | Washable

Sof-Krate is the first true indoor/outdoor pet home! The Sof-Crate is collapsible and sets up in seconds! Indoors the Sof-Create is stylish, lightweight and washable and for Outdoor use the Sof-Crate is a durable and well-ventilated spring/summer doghouse. The Sof-Crate also has great features for travel because it is portable, easy to carry, and can go anywhere you go. It is good for crate training since it is secure, comfortable, flexible and the sides are mesh and zip open. Includes easy carry handle.

Product Features:
  • First true indoor/outdoor pet home
  • Collapsible and sets up in seconds
  • Lightweight, washable and well-ventilated
  • Great for crate training since it is secure
  • Sides are mesh with zip open, comfortable, flexible and includes an easy carry handle
Available Sizes:
  • Mini - 21" L x 15" W x 15" H 
  • Small - 26" L x 18" W x 21" H 
  • Medium - 30" L x 21" W x 23" H 
  • Large - 36" L x 24" W x 27" H 
  • X-Large - 42" L x 28" W x 31" H
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Firstrax Noz2Noz Sof-Krate N2 Series 3-Door Collapsible Soft-Sided Dog Crate

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N2N indoor/outdoor soft-crate sets up in seconds is easy to carry and goes anywhere you go. It is a stylish lightweight washable durable and well ventilated spring/summer pet house. It has top front and side entry doors constructed with extra strong steel frame heavy duty zippers with door lock ventilated mesh panels and durable water resistant base.

Key Benefits
  • Lightweight washable durable and well ventilated spring/summer pet house.
  • Constructed with extra strong steel frame heavy duty zippers with door lock ventilated mesh panels and durable water resistant base.
  • Rounded corners to protect auto interiors and home décor.
  • Designed for easy storage and sets up in seconds.
  • Top, front and side entry doors.

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  • Item Number

    71823

  • Dimensions

    4.33 x 42.32 x 29.33 inches

  • Weight

    22.57 pounds

  • Breed Size

    Large Breeds

  • Features

    Top Load, Collapsible, 3-Door

  • Material

    Mesh, Steel

  • Assembly Required

    Yes

  • Tools Included

    No

InstructionsSize

How to select the best size crate:

  1. While your dog is standing, measure your dog from the tip of their nose to base of their tail.
  2. While your dog is sitting or standing, measure your dog from the top of their head to the floor.
  3. Add 4 inches to determine maximum measurements. Remember, your dog should be able to stand up and turn around while in their crate.

Tip: Before selecting a crate size, please measure the area where the crate will be kept to be sure it's a good fit for your home.

SizeLengthWidthHeight
X-Small 21 inches15 inches15 inches
Small26 inches18 inches21 inches
Medium30 inches21 inches23 inches
Med/L36 inches24 inches27 inches
Large42 inches28 inches32 inches

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  • New crate!

    By Colleen on Oct 7, 2021

    At almost 8 years old dog developed a sudden fear of her wire crate. I assume she got a tag or something stuck in it and now she refuses to go near it without hyperventilating. Since it was also on the small side, I figured it was time for an upgrade. I chose the fabric crate for ease of moving and because she doesn't try to chew or escape (Don't get this for a puppy or dog that will try to force their way out). While she's just getting used to it, I like this crate so far! There is zero smell (A concern I had based on reviews for similar crates) and the fabric and mesh seem solid. Some stitching is a little wonky but the seems still seem solid. My only concern is the velcro right along the At almost 8 years old dog developed a sudden fear of her wire crate. I assume she got a tag or something stuck in it and now she refuses to go near it without hyperventilating. Since it was also on the small side, I figured it was time for an upgrade. I chose the fabric crate for ease of moving and because she doesn't try to chew or escape (Don't get this for a puppy or dog that will try to force their way out). While she's just getting used to it, I like this crate so far! There is zero smell (A concern I had based on reviews for similar crates) and the fabric and mesh seem solid. Some stitching is a little wonky but the seems still seem solid. My only concern is the velcro right along the mesh- it seems like something is going to tear if I don't cover it up. One more thing to consider is that there are metal bars along the bottom. Make sure the pad you choose for the crate is big enough/thick enough to cover them!… more

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  • Review for sizing

    By Alicia on Sep 27, 2021

    I have only had the crate for 2 days, so I can't comment on longevity yet. I debated for a long time between the 36" and the 42" because of my dog's length. She is just about exactly 35" long. I thought 42" would be overkill and chose the 36" and I'm glad I did. She cannot stretch completely out on her side in the crate, but she still seems comfortable. I will not be leaving her enclosed in it for extended periods anyway. This will eventually be our crate for trials. For now it is just her "place" for when we eat dinner and when she wants her own space. We will keep all the doors open until she is fully comfortable with it. She is two and we have not used a crate with her, though she did travelI have only had the crate for 2 days, so I can't comment on longevity yet. I debated for a long time between the 36" and the 42" because of my dog's length. She is just about exactly 35" long. I thought 42" would be overkill and chose the 36" and I'm glad I did. She cannot stretch completely out on her side in the crate, but she still seems comfortable. I will not be leaving her enclosed in it for extended periods anyway. This will eventually be our crate for trials. For now it is just her "place" for when we eat dinner and when she wants her own space. We will keep all the doors open until she is fully comfortable with it. She is two and we have not used a crate with her, though she did travel in crates when she was a rescue. She is reliable loose in the house when we are not home. She is not destructive, but I will update this review if we have issues down the road. Set up was very simple and the crate is sturdy.… more

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  • Disappointed

    By Winnie on Sep 5, 2021

    I have used the crate 2 x. First time, my dog met me at the door, tail wagging. I assumed it was my fault for not "locking" the zipper ends together. I bought the crate to "travel" with as the metal ones are heavy and bulky. I brought it with me to use this weekend. Yesterday I put the dog in the crate, made sure the zipper ends were locked at the top of the crate. Winnie greeted me at the door again. The zippers were still locked but he was able to push through the zipper at the bottom and and there was also a spot that the zipper had become unstitched. This is a 30 lb basset-beagle hound. Figure a bigger dog would just push the entire side out.

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  • Nice crate-happy dog

    By CharGar on Aug 16, 2021

    Well made crate, suitable for carrying dog in your vehicle. It is not appropriate to confine a dog at home, etc as it would be easy to escape it by tearing through the light weight mesh. The size large was plenty big for my 47 lb lab mix, and fit in the back of my Outback with one rear seat folded down. Durability is not known as I have not had it but a few weeks. My dog loves it and is very comfy in it.The only negative is the set up process. The crate has 2 bars on the top that are split in two and have a sliding plastic mechanism to lock the split poles into place. It has a small push tab, and it is difficult to get the poles in the correct position to slide the lock into place. If I was frequentlyWell made crate, suitable for carrying dog in your vehicle. It is not appropriate to confine a dog at home, etc as it would be easy to escape it by tearing through the light weight mesh. The size large was plenty big for my 47 lb lab mix, and fit in the back of my Outback with one rear seat folded down. Durability is not known as I have not had it but a few weeks. My dog loves it and is very comfy in it.The only negative is the set up process. The crate has 2 bars on the top that are split in two and have a sliding plastic mechanism to lock the split poles into place. It has a small push tab, and it is difficult to get the poles in the correct position to slide the lock into place. If I was frequently setting up and collapsing the crate, I would probably look at another design. This can be frustrating. But since it stays set up almost permanently it’s a keeper. Otherwise, very happy.… more

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  • perfect travel crate

    By sarah on Aug 8, 2021

    So we travel a lot and our pup goes to her dads office with him 2-3 times a week. When she was a tiny pup it was easy to just pack her smaller crate in the car and go. Now that she is almost full grown, we can’t really do that with her larger crate without pinching fingers and fighting the hooks and bars on the metal crate. Our pup is very picky too. We trained her in this before a week long trip and she took to it quickly. We put a crate mat in it just like her usual one. We can fold this up and go with the crate mat in it. Her dad takes this to the office with him and she chills in it and when we go somewhere, he easily folds it up and brings it home. It’s very sturdy. Sometimes she is doneSo we travel a lot and our pup goes to her dads office with him 2-3 times a week. When she was a tiny pup it was easy to just pack her smaller crate in the car and go. Now that she is almost full grown, we can’t really do that with her larger crate without pinching fingers and fighting the hooks and bars on the metal crate. Our pup is very picky too. We trained her in this before a week long trip and she took to it quickly. We put a crate mat in it just like her usual one. We can fold this up and go with the crate mat in it. Her dad takes this to the office with him and she chills in it and when we go somewhere, he easily folds it up and brings it home. It’s very sturdy. Sometimes she is done with the crate and starts clawing and it’s held up unlike other things we have used previously. She also likes her crate dark. The mesh is tight enough to give her privacy while still allowing air flow. Love this. Nothing better out there.… more

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  • Broke in 2 days

    By June on Aug 15, 2021

    This crate seemed really really great, nice size, portable, multiple openings. However, the metal that connects the top panel to the side panels is very weak, and tore off within the first 2 days, after folding the crate up once, which caused the crate to collapse on my dog in the middle of the night. We were able to jimmy rig it for one more night and then my dog easily tore through the front screen of the crate. Definitely not a sturdy crate, would not recommend.

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  • Disappointed

    By Dogmom on Aug 9, 2021

    I've ordered several soft crates over the years. I don't like this one. It wasn't my first choice but Chewy canceled my original crate order saying they couldn't ship it to California. I got this as a second choice. It was spendy but doesn't have a carrying case or even a mat for inside the crate. No covers for the mesh windows. One mesh window covers the entire side of the crate. A strong dog would be through it in a heartbeat. If you have a quiet dog and don't mind spending additional money for a mat, it might be okay.

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  • Convenient

    By Chap on Sep 3, 2021

    Really like the convenience of the crate, very sturdy, it is serving the purpose of a convalescing dog Recouping from TPLO surgery. The only reason I gave it 4 star is the zipper on the left of the Front screen door will not go around the corner...therefore we need to zip it up using the zipper pull on the right.

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  • Great travel crate!

    By Sherri on Aug 24, 2021

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