New Age Pet Russet Mission Style Crate Table
New Age Pet® ecoConcepts™ Habitate 'N Crate InnPlace Russet Dog Crate Table
New Age Pet® Habitat ‘n Home™ InnPlace™ Russet Dog Crate Table is the perfect “place” for your pet when they’re indoors. Popularly called a crate table, they do double duty in many homes where they serve as a Mission style end or lamp table in the family room, bedroom or living room. With its furniture like appearance, the InnPlace and its additional Habitat ‘n Home suite of products let’s your pet be close to the family without out having to use a wire crate that is better suited for the laundry room or kitchen.
Made from ecoFLEX, the InnPlace is also eco-friendly and a great value as it will outlast most other products designed for this use. Coordinates in color and style with Habitat ‘n Home™ My Buddy’s Bunk™ Raised Dog Bed and the Habitat ‘n Home™ Raised Double Diner Dog Feeder(both are sold separately).
New Age Pet® ecoConcepts™ Habitate 'N Crate InnPlace Russet Dog Crate Table are made from ecoFLEX which is a blend of recycled polymers and wood byproducts and exhibits the best characteristics of the polymers and wood that forms the basis for the material. ecoFLEX based products outlast similar products by 2 to 1 or even 3 to 1 in extreme climates.
Eco-friendly, made from ecoFlex material
Serves as a end table as well as a crate
Popular Russet color goes completely through the material so scratches are less likely to show
All-proof, resisting or barring anything mother nature or your kids can throw at it
Easy 10 minute - no tool – assembly
Can be painted if necessary to co-ordinate with your other furnishings
Recommended for dogs up to 20 lbs
Exterior: (23.6” L x 18.1” W x 22.0” H)
Interior: (20.9” L x 15.0” W x 17.9” H)
Door: (11.0” W x 16.0” H)
Model Number: EHHC103S
Recommended for dogs 20 - 50 lbs
Exterior: (29.5” L x 21.1” W x 25.2” H)
Interior: (26.8” L x 17.7” W x 20.9” H)
Door: (13.8” W x 19.0” H)
Model Number: EHHC103M
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is med big enough for german sheppard? no specs listed
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