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MidWest iCrate Dbl Door Folding Dog Crate

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MidWest® iCrate Double Door Dog Crate

MidWest® Homes for Pets believes that you shouldn’t have to spend a fortune to provide comfort and shelter for your pet. The iCrate Double Door Dog Crate is an investment that literally can last a lifetime, because it adjusts and expands to suit your dog’s growing needs. Whether you’ve got the smallest peanut in the litter or the greatest of Danes, the iCrate offers the stability, security, and adaptability dog owners rely on for rearing, housetraining and traveling.

Features:
  • Two separate doors (front and side) for easy entrance and access
  • Easy to fold and transport
  • Lays flat for storage
  • Divider panel cuts housetraining time in half, separating sleeping space from elimination space
  • Composite plastic pan is sturdy and simple to clean
  • Slide bolt latch keeps pets secure
  • Rounded corners keep pets and furniture safe
  • ABS plastic handles for convenient gripping
  • Ideal for dogs of all shapes and sizes
  • Great fit even in compact-model cars
  • Open air grating keeps dog a part of the action
Item Specifications:
 
Color:
Black
 
Size:
 
Crate (22” L x 13” W x 16” H):
Mesh: 1.5” x 4.125”
Wire Gauge: 3, 7, 9, 12
Suggested breeds: Jack Russell, Maltese, Yorkie, and dogs 1-12 lbs
Shipping Weight: 11 lbs
Midwest Model #: 1522DD
 
Crate (24” L x 18” W x 19” H):
Mesh: 1.5” x 4.125”
Wire Gauge: 3, 7, 9, 12
Suggested breeds: Boston Terrier, Chihuahua, Shih Tzu, and dogs 11-25 lbs
Shipping Weight: 18 lbs
Midwest Model #: 1524DD
 
Crate (30” L x 19” W x 21” H):
Mesh: 1.5” x 4.5”
Wire Gauge: 3, 7, 9, 12
Suggested breeds: Dachshund, Lhasa Apso, Sheltie, and dogs 26-40 lbs
Shipping Weight: 25 lbs
Midwest Model #: 1530DD
 
Crate (36” L x 23” W x 25” H):
Mesh: 1.5” x 5.5”
Wire Gauge: 3, 7, 9, 11
Suggested breeds: Beagle, Keeshond, Whippet, and dogs 41-70 lbs
Shipping Weight: 31 lbs
Midwest Model #: 1536DD

Crate (42” L x 28” W x 30” H):
Mesh: 1.5” x 5.5”
Wire Gauge: 3, 7, 9, 11
Suggested breeds: Border Collie, Boxers, Labrador Retriever and dogs 71-90 lbs
Shipping Weight: 46 lbs
Midwest Model #: 1542DD

Crate (48” L x 30” W x 33” H):
Mesh: 1.5” x 6”
Wire Gauge: 3, 7, 9, 10
Suggested breeds: Akita, Bullmastiff, German Shepherd, and dogs 91-110 lbs
Shipping Weight: 53 lbs
Midwest Model #: 1548DD


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price n size
Judith R on Aug 19, 2015
House training for my little one and confinement for my older guy that is having a hard time controlling his bladder when we are not home.
André K on Jul 29, 2015
I have used this brand crate for a long time and I find it very well built. I needed a side door crate for my new vehicle.
KAREN A on Aug 15, 2015
Good quality crate
Pat J on Jul 25, 2015
is this crate imported or made in usa?
A shopper on Feb 19, 2014
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Is this crate made in USA?
A shopper on Feb 19, 2014
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Does this crate have a removable bottom that goes inside the wire?
shelly w on Mar 30, 2015
Best Answer: Yes. All sides of the crate are wire, and then there is a removable plastic tray that sits on top of the wire bottom. There is a hook that keeps the tray in place, but when the hook isn't engaged the tray slides in and out for easy clean up. When you fold the crate for storage or travel, the tray fits in the collapsed crate.
Reply · Report · Patricia U on Mar 30, 2015
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does the divider have an opening to let the dog from one side to the other???
A shopper on Oct 11, 2014
Best Answer: No, it does not. The purpose of a divider to to make the crate smaller when the dog is a puppy then be able to move the divider as the dog grows to fit the crate when full sized. For example, with a large breed puppy, you wouldn't want to have to buy 3-4 crates as they grow, you buy the size for the dogs full grown size and use the divider to make the crate grow with them. A pup in a crate too big is likely to soil on one side and sleep on the other, so a proper sized crate is important for potty training.
Reply · Report · KRISTIN B on Oct 13, 2014
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How do I fold the crate for traveling?
A shopper on Jan 12, 2015
Best Answer: There should have been paper instructions included with the purchase. If not, or if they're misplaced, I'll do my best to explain.

First, close the doors and slide the locking mechanism into the closed position (locked)

Then, Start with either the front or back panels (short side) and unhook them from the top of the crate.

As you unhook the first one, lower it into the center of the crate, on the floor of the crate.

Next, unhook the other short panel (front or back) and repeat - lower it into the floor of the crate.

Now, you have a "box" with no front/back (because they are folded inside on the floor)

Next, make room to maneuver the "box".

Take hold of the top of the box, swing it out to the side, thus collapsing the box onto itself.

Now, swing it back to the opposite direction, thus folding all 4 sides of the "box" into the floor of the crate.

Look on the side of the bottom of the crate for a locking mechanism - it will hold all four sides and front and back of the crate locked onto the floor of the crate.

If you want, you can remove the handle from the center top of the crate prior to folding it up, then re-attach the handle once you've got it all folded up like a suitcase.

Only takes 2-3 minutes once you figure it out, easy, fast, simple, then it only takes up about 4 inches in width while traveling.
Reply · Report · STACEY P on Jan 12, 2015
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does this have a divider?
A shopper on Jul 28, 2015
Best Answer: yes as is mentioned in the product description "Divider panel cuts housetraining time in half, separating sleeping space from elimination space.
Reply · Report · Emily M on Jul 29, 2015
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is it made in the USA?
A shopper on Jun 4, 2015
Best Answer: I think they are made in the U.S. They are the best wire crates made. Never heard of any problem with them. You won't be disappointed. Quality is outstanding
Reply · Report · Becky B on Jun 4, 2015
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HOW DO I SELECT GAUGE?
L B on May 6, 2015
Best Answer: I assume you mean picking out a "cage". Cage needs to be big enough for dog to sit upright without hitting it's head. Dog should also have room to stand up and turn around and be able to sleep on side with legs stretched without feeling cramped. Too big a cage may encourage a dog to use one end of crate as a potty. A too large cage might not provide a feeling of safety and security. the gauge of metal is determined by size of crate and is not an option to choose from. Some crates offer a divider which helps extend the life of a cage as your dog grows. When a puppy, you can install the divider to reduce the size of the cage. Hope this helps.
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what are "styles" for dog crates?
A shopper on Mar 9, 2015
Best Answer: personally, I want a crate that my dog is going to be the happiest in - which is one of these wire crates~! You can get all sorts of crates, from plastic to wood to fabric. My dogs have always been happiest in a 4 sides wire crate because they can see me, and everything that is going on in my home thru the wire sides.

if you are shipping your dog, you must get a plastic, airline approved style. Otherwise, I highly recommend 4 sides wire. I like this particular crate because it is very portable, if you are needing to take it with you, as it folds very flat. I also like the double doors because it gives you more versatility as to where you place the crate in your home. Suggestion: Once you've placed the crate, ALWAYS use the same door, every time. It lessens confusion on the dog's part, and eliminates the chance that you've locked one side and forgot to lock the other side. That happened to me, and things were a BIG mess in the morning~! LOL
Reply · Report · STACEY P on Mar 9, 2015
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Will the door lie flat against the cage or is it removable?
Pamela L on Jun 26, 2014
Best Answer: No, the door won't lie flat when fully opened. It's not removable. I know Kong brand has some where the doors slide open and are fully out of the way and flush with the cage.
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