Ruff Max Portable Dog Kennel

Item # WX2-281547

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Ruff Max Portable Dog Kennel. Easy - carry crate for travel and house - training prevents Rover from roving where he shouldn't.

Keep the fur from flying with this Ruff Max Portable Dog Kennel. Dogs can escape while in transit. Puppies "go" in the wrong places. This Crate ensures your best friend stays safe while away from home... and also makes a comfortable, secure haven for him until he learns the difference between the great outdoors and your floors inside.

Details, unleashed:
  • Steel door with squeeze latch, door-pull barriers for strength and safety
  • Durable plastic shell with camo top, black base
  • Ventilation on all sides... plenty of fresh air
  • Meets domestic and international IATA requirements for transporting pets
  • Overlapping beltways for extra strength and durability
  • Heavy-duty, easy-assembly wing nut and bolt hardware included
  • Made in USA

State Size, as available in the Shopping Cart. Yip, yip! This is the one. Order your Kennel ONLINE today!

36" Measures 36 x 25 x 27", 30-70 lbs.

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