Designed completely around the safety, security and comfort of your Dog. The iCrate Single door dog crate sets up easily with the fold and carry configuration that requires no use of tools and can be completed by almost anyone.
iCrate single-door dog crates by MidWest Homes for Pets are the Inclusive Home Training System designed completely around the safety, security, and comfort of your dog. Features include safe and secure slide-bolt latches, rounded corners, a durable satin-black Electro-Coat finish, and a removable, washable plastic pan for easy cleanup in the event of an accident. The fold and carry design means iCrate sets up easily in seconds without the need for tools. iCrate easily folds down to a portable size for suitcase-style carrying and includes plastic carrying handles to move the folded crate from one location to another comfortably. iCrate also comes with a free divider panel for use while your puppy is growing. Simply choose the size of crate that your dog will need when it reaches its full adult size. The divider panel will allow you to adjust the length of the living area while your puppy grows, keeping the living space small enough to reduce the chance of your puppy eliminating in one end and sleeping in the other. iCrate single door dog crates carry a one-year limited warranty and support from MidWest’s award-winning customer service team.
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 locking mechanism, and it comes with a partition so it can grow with your puppy. I can't imagine housetraining our now-five-month-old puppy without it! We love this create, and so does our puppy.
by J. Maclauchlan "Mom of 2 boys" on December 14, 2009
The crate seems decently built, however the lock is too easily opened. Within minutes of leaving our 3-month old chihuahua alone in the crate, with his paw, was able to push the latch and slide it to the unlocked position and quickly push the door open.
By SmartChihuahua on October 19, 2011