Firstrax N2-36 NOZTONOZ Sof-Krate Indoor/Outdoor Pet Home

Firstrax N2-36 NOZTONOZ Sof-Krate Indoor/Outdoor Pet Home

Firstrax N2-36 NOZTONOZ Sof-Krate Indoor/Outdoor Pet Home

  • Durable, well-ventilated for indoor or outdoor use
  • Made with new heavy-duty tight-weave mesh fabric
  • For pets up to 70 pounds
  • Sets up in seconds anywhere you want to go
  • Rounded corners protect d?cor and auto interior

Firstrax N2-36 NOZTONOZ Sof-Krate Indoor/Outdoor Pet Home

List Price: $ 114.99

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    • CW
    • February 16, 2013
    21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Wonderful crate, May 14, 2008
    By
    CW

    This review is from: Firstrax N2-36 NOZTONOZ Sof-Krate Indoor/Outdoor Pet Home (Misc.)

    I highly recommend this crate for dogs who don’t mind being crated, as it would be very easy to break free if the desire was there. My dog loves his crates and typically lies in them for naps when he isn’t even required to. He really seems to enjoy this one, especially with the ability to open the top and side. It is lightweight and easy to travel with (handle included). I bought this to replace my previous collapsable crate which is all steel and too heavy to haul around. It has a nice appearance to it too. The only complaint I have with it is the “new smell” which I am hoping goes away soon. My dog doesn’t seem to mind it, but I can’t stand it. Overall, I’m extremely happy with it and highly recommend this crate.

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    • Dean Frazier
    • February 16, 2013
    37 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect for our golden, January 17, 2008
    By
    Dean Frazier (San Jose, CA USA) –
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    This review is from: Firstrax N2-36 NOZTONOZ Sof-Krate Indoor/Outdoor Pet Home (Misc.)

    Great crate for our golden puppy. He slept in it every night until very recently.

    Easy setup, and very durable. Our boy is a chewer, and he’s given up trying to chew on this crate.

    Seemed very large when we first got it, but now his paws brush the sides/back when he stretches out. He’s about 7 months old and 55 lbs, so is not yet fully grown. You might want to consider the 42 inch model if you have a dog that will grow to 70+ lbs.

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    • Stein
    • February 16, 2013
    145 of 148 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Great looking crate but still smells after 2 months, April 16, 2009
    By
    Stein (San Diego, CA United States) –

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    We purchased two of these crates for our 60 lb dogs over 2 months ago. The 42″ size is quite large, in fact, both dogs can sleep comfortably together in one. The crates are like cozy, mini tents and my husband and I joke that we’d like to sleep in them. They are very light to move around, and easy to fold up or down.

    We’ve had two problems. One is that our newest dog (a year old puppy) chewed through one of the zippers within the first week. We solved that problem with some training, and we still use the crate with that opening against the wall. So obviously not for chewers.

    The second problem is the most concerning for me. Other people have mentioned the smell… I can’t state this strongly enough – these crate smell like a petroleum product. We initially had the crates in our great room, and sure enough the smell seemed to go away after a few weeks. We recently moved the crates into our bedroom and discovered that in fact, they do still smell. Strongly enough that I’m concerned about the effect on our dogs overtime. We usually don’t zipper the doors anymore, so the dogs can come and go as they please and they are still choosing to go in their crates (like I said earlier – cozy!). But the smell bothers me, so I can imagine how it must bother the dogs who have a much more keen sense of smell.

    The prices on these crates keep going down (other websites sold them a while back retail for $180) so I would imagine that they are aware of the smell problem….

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