Now you can relax with your pet nearby with this wooden table dog crate, featuring a ventilated design and waterproof floor to minimize odor from absorption. It is super easy to clean and would look striking among any interior decor....more
Multiple vents for a ventilated 360-degree view and a waterproof MDF floor eliminates absorption of odors and is easy to clean. A versatile swing through door, a stained finish, and non-marking glide feet highlight this pet table.
Non-marking glide feet
Dimensions: 27 inches high 26 inches wide x 40 inches deep
Weight: 70 lbs
Closure: Lattice door with latch
Care instructions: Clean with a cloth and polish exterior surfaces.
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Nice crate, easy to assemble - looks very nice in our foyer and our 85 lb dog loves her new home. 2 minor issues:
1) the instructions were inaccurate - often speaking of the large screw or small screw when in fact all screws were the same size
2) the door does not offer an option to select which way to swing.
Overall a good buy.
I was really looking forward to getting this crate for my chocolate lab because I wanted something that didn't "look" like a dog crate. When it came the assembly was quick and easy and I put my dogs bed in the crate and he went right in. I left for 20 minutes to take my son to school and when I returned my dog had pushed the front rails right open and they snapped like twigs. Given the fact that this items is meant to CONTAIN a dog (whether you are training them or if you crate your dog when you are not home to keep them out of trouble). Whatever the reason, the tiny rails made of particle board on the front might hold back a terrier, but there's no way that a larger breed, even just LEANING on the rails wouldnt break them right off. Honestly, the rails are so flimsy that my Lhasa probably could have pushed through it!
Considering the cost of this crate, I say save your money buy a REAL dog crate so you can feel sure when you leave your pet unattended that they can't break through the rails. A definite NO from me.
How did the image on site compare with the actual product? looks just like it
How accurate was the on site description of the product? accurate in the look, not accurate in the quality
Please tell us about the quality of the product. EXTREMELY poor quality. My dog pushed through the rails on the front door on the first day. Metal rails would have been a better idea.
I purchased the large dog crate in espresso finish. It was easy to assemble, and looks very nice in my living room. Once I placed a lamp on top and framed photographs it became almost hard to recognize as a dog crate. I am very happy that o.co had this in stock and at a much better price than I've seen elsewhere. Just had a Christmas party and all were impressed that it was a dog crate and not some sort of over large mission style end table.
Now I have to convince my Weimaraner that she will "love" this crate as much as her big ugly plastic one and hope that she does not fritter away the hours frantically chewing the "bars." I'm a little concerned about the latching system. I'm not that convinced that it will be strong enough to contain her and her wily ways.
How did the image on site compare with the actual product? exact
How accurate was the on site description of the product? exact