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abbymarysmokey
08-01-2008, 09:40 PM
I have finally assembled my new 48 inch dog crate...and I'm really impressed :D

The bar spacing is only 1 and a half inches, and there are no gaps around the bottom. Even a small rabbit wouldn't be able to squeeze out. The tray at the bottom is non-slip textured plastic. There are 2 large doors and one end that lifts up completely.

Amy

Pringle
08-01-2008, 09:42 PM
I have a 48" dog crate they are great :D xx Easy to clean too xx

racheld69
09-01-2008, 09:37 AM
:wave: I have one too with a shelf in - is really good.

Deelove
09-01-2008, 01:21 PM
I have that kind where the door comes right up and over. Just watch you don't get locked in while cleaning out. :D

loobie_lou
09-01-2008, 02:39 PM
I have finally assembled my new 48 inch dog crate...and I'm really impressed :D

The bar spacing is only 1 and a half inches, and there are no gaps around the bottom. Even a small rabbit wouldn't be able to squeeze out. The tray at the bottom is non-slip textured plastic. There are 2 large doors and one end that lifts up completely.

Amy


Where did you get it from?

abbymarysmokey
09-01-2008, 03:15 PM
It was from here:

http://www.doghealth.co.uk/

Rather expensive, but a friend of mine has the 48 inch size from there, and I was really impressed with it.

It is VERY heavy tho' because the bars are quite closely spaced.

Amy

CRBevis
10-01-2008, 12:29 AM
We just bought a 42" dog crate from Pets @ Home for 50.00 It's silver but looks smart! Called Hi-Control by Rosewood Pet Products!

Just got to decide now what to put on the plastic tray, as we scared she might slip when jumping down from second level. Don't know whether to put in vinyl tiles or a vet bed or anything else safe to use!

cheekytikki
10-01-2008, 12:39 AM
solo has got a dog health crate they are fab :D

and i have decided i am a bit sad because as soon as you wrote down the description i know the maker! :oops::oops:

Wispa & Zola
10-01-2008, 09:24 AM
We just bought a 42" dog crate from Pets @ Home for 50.00 It's silver but looks smart! Called Hi-Control by Rosewood Pet Products!

Just got to decide now what to put on the plastic tray, as we scared she might slip when jumping down from second level. Don't know whether to put in vinyl tiles or a vet bed or anything else safe to use!

tiles might be too slippery, vet bed is probably your best bet. I use something similar called pet fleece from wilkos, its good but when i have the money i will get vetbed cut to fit