Are you still worried about how to take your pet together? Don't leave your pet at home. Take her outside to enjoy a beautiful day. Our product Pet Trailer can satisfy you. It is constructed with 600D oxford nylon, PU waterproof coating material and zippered screen. The multiple mesh screens with zippers easily protect your pet from insects and provide adequate ventilation. These makes sturdy, safe, and comfortable to use for your pet. To protect your pet from the rain a clear plastic cover is included for the front door. That will make your pet rides comfortably on overstuffed washable cushion. Take your pet to shopping, walk down the block, and go jogging in the citrus. Let's start now ! Features: Pet trailer designed for use as a pull-behind bike trailer Suitable for connecting on any bikes and detaching with trailer towbar Waterproof polyester fabric for outdoor long time use and easy for you to clean up Breathable mesh fabric material perfect to keep bugs, mildew and mold away With Zippered Screen help your pet to access quickly and easily A Safety Flag adds decorative and warning function Reflective Trims on trailer and wheels remind others be careful in the night Detachable towbar available for hiding under the trailer when you not use Easily assemble and fold down for storage Ideal for pet up to 88 lbs Item weight: 31 lbs Specifications: Color: Black & Red Material: 600D Oxford Nylon + Environmental PU Waterproof Coating + Mesh+ Steel Frame Net Weight: 31 lbs Max Capacity: 88 lbs Item Size: 55"L x 35"W x 42"H Wheel Size: 20"
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Came with all the essentials needed to easily assemble! Durable!Worked with my 7.3 FX Women's TrekLove this product and the price!
- May 31, 2016
it was easy to set up and ready to go when I was.
- June 1, 2016
This is a wonderful product! It is well made and fits my 25 pound terrier mix great. He has plenty of room to move around and he loves it. It was very easy to put together and attach to my bike. I feel like it was well worth the money!
- May 15, 2016
I'm a dog trainer and frequently travel with my two belgian shepherds. I have a 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander. Admittedly, I bought two of these plastic kennels because they fit snugly into the trunk space of my SUV and the door latch was secure enough to keep my houdini female from opening it herself and getting out. I have ALWAYS chosen plastic kennels over wire or letting the dogs be loose in the car for safety reasons. These were made for travel, wire crates were not.Last week, I saw a post from an animal rescuer friend who got into a car accident with three dogs in her car of various sizes, all in wire crates. After the accident, all three dogs were loose, the crates had fallen apart and combusted on itself, and one dog suffered spinal injuries from being thrown.Fast forward a few days after I shared that post on facebook as a precautionary tale, I got into a car accident myself, with one of my dogs in the kennel/car with me. The impact location was right where his crate was, near the back quarter panel. The impact was fast and hard enough to spin the car around 360. Both my back tires were off on an angle, side airbags deployed, all of it. I walked away with severe bruising all over. My dog ended up with a dislocated hip. I truly, truly believe, that the plastic kennel fit snugly together in a tight space saved him from much worse injury. He could have been thrown, he could have had broken bones.Please reconsider how you travel with your pets and look into a good quality travel kennel, not just for flying your pet.
ByK. Chan - September 20, 2014
Got it with 50% off. Bought two. Both fit with a little help in my Toyota Prados trunk, I am just soo happy. My german shepherd and my boxer fit well for car rides (for airplane I will need the 40" because of the heigh). I elected this model because it is very light in compair with other kennels I have seen, the kennel I had before I couldn't carry alone, this kennel I can. Door opens on both sides, good ventilation.
K. Chan - March 10, 2015
I just purchased my second kennel because my English Bulldog puppy has outgrown her first one. She sill uses her old one to snooze in during the day on our main floor with the door off. She loves it! It is her "safe cozy den". It doesn't have a handle as others have said and that is the only thing that would improve it for me. They are a lighter weight kennel compared to some others, but I like that. Easier to transport around. Might be a problem if you have an excessive chewer. It does feel like the plastic that a laundry basket is made of.I love the door latches that open on both sides, and I love that they twist instead of squeeze open. Easier for me. So easy to open on one side or the other or to remove the door completely when I want it left open and don't need to confine her for short periods. I also like that it has a larger door opening than other kennels.As far as putting it together, it really is easy. Just follow the instructions carefully. The whole trick is getting it all snapped into place correctly before you ever try to put the 4 screws in. If one little latch is not in place then the holes for your screws will not line up. You'll only have half a hole to put a screw through. My second one was much easier than the first because I knew this!Great kennel for a great price in my opinion!
ByNicole - October 24, 2017
About a year ago, my boyfriend and I adopted a six month old kitten and of course, we needed a carrier for her, so we got a smaller Petmate carrier. As she grew, we realized it was getting a little small for her. We took her on a trip to Florida in it and although she could lay down fine, there was absolutely no room for her to stand. When we adopted our second kitten last September, we knew that we had to get something bigger so we could put both of the cats in it if we needed to.At the end of November, we decided we were going to Minnesota for Christmas and were bringing the cats with us, so I got on Amazon and started looking at carriers. We were debating between this and the Aspen Pet Taxi Fashion Kennel, also by Petmate, because it was a bigger version of our old one. Both of the carriers we looked at were of the larger size, NOT small. The size of this carrier was the 24". We liked the Aspen Pet Taxi because it had two compartments on the top for holding treats, which was great, but we ultimately decided on this carrier because of the two door option. I must say, this was absolutely the right choice. The top door allows more light in and makes the carrier feel more open instead of a cramped little compartment. Also, the two door option allows us two different ways to put the cats in, which we have found using the top door makes life much easier (not as much struggling!). The biggest plus is that not only can a cat sit up in this carrier, both of our cats fit comfortably in it with plenty of room to move around. The cats stayed in the carrier for the majority of the trip to Minnesota, but I think that had to do with them feeling more comfortable in the carrier than out in the open car since we would leave the carrier open at home and let them explore as they wanted.I bought this carrier for only $28, which was an absolute steal in my opinion, and am waiting for the price to come down closer to $30 to buy another one since it would be nice for each cat to have her own. The only downside is that because it is so large and the cat has room to move around, it is very unsteady to carry it since the cat moves her weight back and forth from the front to the back. However, this is a very small issue that does not affect my rating of this carrier. As far as the price goes on Amazon compared to other stores (PetSmart, PetCo, Walmart, etc.) it is about the same everywhere I looked, maybe a little cheaper on Amazon. Overall, I would HIGHLY recommend this carrier, not only for cats but for smaller dogs as well. Even at $36, it is still a good deal.UPDATE:Since I've had some comments about having two cats in one carrier, I thought I'd clarify a little in my review. The one cat was a year and a half and the other a six month old kitten who wasn't full grown yet. We only had the carrier doors closed when we were getting in and out of the car and when we were in high traffic areas. Other than that, the cats had free roam of the car and access to a litter box but chose to sleep in the carrier together most of the time. Once our kitten had reached adult size, we bought another one of these carriers and currently use both when traveling or taking the cats to the vet. We could probably manage to use one carrier for both cats when making short trips, the vet's office for example, but the carrier can get quite heavy and hard to carry with two cats inside.
- February 27, 2015
As you can see, my cat loves the carrier. The top loading and side loading is great. The screw-together format for the top and bottom keeps the carrier together much better compared to the 'clip' together that other carriers have.
- August 5, 2015
Having just adopted brother and sister kittens that are so adorable they deserve nothing but the best, I chose the Petmate two door top load pet kennel. When the two kennels arrived I felt like I had won the lottery. There are so many to choose from and I wanted one that was safe, secure and attractive and the Petmates checked the box on each level. To get the 5 month old kittens used to the kennels, I put them on the floor, side by side, with the front doors open. It only took minutes for them to look them over and decide to walk inside. I had also ordered MidWest Quiet Time Pet Beds (fleece~~22" x 13") for them and they fit perfectly. The side-by-side kennels reminded me of travel trailers (which they are in the end) so we call the space they occupy the "Trailer Park". The kittens are often in their "trailer homes" napping and I feel sure when I need to take them to the Vet's they won't be as spooked as if it was brand new. I heartily recommend you consider this product and the bed as well.