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Portable Kennel
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● See size chart, photos, and video to help understand the
   correct way to measure your dog.
● Recommended for dogs that weigh up to 70 lbs.
● Solid plastic frame keeps your dog secure while polyester
   mesh windows provide ventilation.
● Fits into most vehicles' open cargo areas or can be
   secured using seat belt straps on sides.
● Lightweight for portability indoors or outdoors.
● Easy to assemble, no tools required.
● Includes one travel bag for convenient storage.
● For temporary containment of kennel trained dogs.
● Set‐up size: 36" L x 24" W x 26" H, Item weight: 2.6 lbs
YOUR DOG'S MEASUREMENTS SHOULD BE UNDER:
32 INCHES LONG BY 22 INCHES HIGH
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Helpful Downloads
PDF Icon SP0822_Instructions.pdf - Assembly instructions for the Portable Kennel.
The ideal portable kennel size provides 2-4 inches of extra room for your pet.
But more importantly, why cramp your faithful friend in the wrong-sized crate?
It's important to measure your dog, and this handy guide will help you do it.
Just grab a yardstick and check the graphic at right.


LENGTH:   HEIGHT:  

CALCULATE KENNEL SIZE
Information entered! Not to be a broken record
but... did you actually measure your dog with a
yardstick or measuring tape?

Yes, I did. Show me the crate!

I eyeballed it. That should be fine, right?
If you're just poking around the crate size tool,
that's okay. But we strongly recommend you get actual measurements before making a purchase decision. You're not doing your pet any favors without accurate numbers.

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According to our guidelines, the crate above should be the
best match for your furry pal. Please note, every pet is unique ‐
we can't guarantee this crate is 100% correct for your dog.
Based on what you entered, the crate above should be the
best match for your pet. But without real measurements, there's
no telling if that's correct ‐ measure your dog before you buy!
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