Petmate 2 Door Top Load Kennel
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Petmate 2 Door Top Load Kennel Small
- Two-door dog kennel with easy pet access
- Superior ventilation and visibility
- Great tool for crate training and housetraining
- Secure wing-nut and bolt design
- Constructed of sturdy yet stylish heavy-duty plastic
- Petmate kennels meet most international (IATA) and domestic (USDA) air travel regulations
- Made in the USA
- Weight5.8 LB
- Primary BrandPetmate
- Days to ShipUsually Leaves Warehouse the Next Business Day
The Petmate 2 Door Top Load Kennel combines convenience for you and comfort for your pet. This useful and versatile pet accessory is unique among Petmate kennels because it has, as the name suggests, two doors: a traditional opening on the kennel's side and a unique flip-up door on the roof. The top-load design is great for easily reaching your small pet to feed or comfort him while in transit. This dog kennel is also ideal for housetraining young pets that are still getting used to crate training. With two doors, crating your pet or accessing him once inside is very easy and virtually hassle-free. Like all Petmate kennels, the Petmate 2 Door Top Load Kennel is designed with your pet's safety and comfort in mind. The design features superior ventilation and visibility from end to end. Its construction incorporates both steel wire and durable plastic, resulting in a sturdy small dog kennel. The steel front and top doors are securely latched so that the only one with the ability to get in and out of this dog kennel is you, the pet parent. Besides being both safe and comfortable for your pet, the Petmate 2 Door Top Load Kennel is a fashion-forward small dog carrier. The modern design and metallic colors complement stylish pets and pet parents alike. What's more, this chic kennel is ideal for holding a jet-setting pet! The 2 Door Top Load meets most international (IATA) and domestic (USDA) air travel requirements, though you should always check with your airline for their specific pet flight guidelines.