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ITORI 48 inch Heavy Duty Dog Crate Indestructible Dog Crate Cage Metal Kennel and Playpen for Large Dog Indoor Outdoor with Double Doors & Locks Design Lockable Wheels Removable Tray Included 48 in Black

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★ 【PREMIUM QUALITY & CONSTRUCTION】- Made out of reinforced steel and having all parts welded which means ITORI dog cage can prevent even the most aggressive canines from escaping. Sturdy metal frame provides optimal ventilation and visibility which offer your dog a comfortable and reliable environment.
★ 【CONVENIENT & SAFE】- The double door design is not only convenient for dog in and out but also good for you to interact with your dog. Double door lashes increase the exceptional security, not only prevent intelligent escape artists from getting out but also ensure a safety pet home for your dog.
★ 【DURABLE & NONTOXIC】- The metal frame of kennel is treated with a multi-layer hammer-tone coating that helps the crate stand up to rust, corrosion, scuffs and scratches, perfect for indoor and outdoor use. By the way, nontoxic finished surface can keep your dog healthy while dog licks or chews the metal frame.
★ 【EASY TO CLEAN & MOVE】- Features a removable tray to make cleaning up accidents or spill easy. 4 removable wheels allow you to move cage to different parts of you home depending on your needs. In addition, two of wheels are locking casters which increase the stability of cage.
★ 【EASY TO ASSEMBLE】- Because of outbreak, tracking information delay to 5 days update. We will do our best to help you to solve the problems you have. Don’t hesitate to contact us any time you need. This crate is shipped partially assembled, requiring minimal setup- just a few screws and you’re good to go. Usually people can finish installation within ten minutes.

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Size:48 in| Color:Black

ITORI as a Professional Pet Supplier
Features You Want in a Heavy Duty, Escape-Proof Dog Crate.
If you are faced with a dog that could break out the cheap wire cage, you will eventually need to consider using ITORI heavy-duty crate,designed specifically for these types of challenges pups.
Here are a number of features and characteristics that shows why you should pick up ITORI heavy duty dog cage.

Feature:
– This crate boats 20-gauge steel and reinforced 0.5” diameter steel tubes.
– Dual-door design provides your dog with an easy way to access in and out.
– Dual-lashes design increase exceptional security and keep dog in home.
– Treated with rust and corrosion-resistant material, ensuring that it’s built to last.
– Equipped with four casters for easy moving. Two of them are lockable which increase stability.

Specification:
-Material:Steel
-Weight: 83.6 lbs
-Overall dimension:47.24″L x 30.07″W x 34.64″H

Worry-free:
Covered by a 30 – month worry-free.
We provide a customized and professional customer service before and after your purchase.
Feel free to contact us if you have any problem with this dog cage.

Specification: ITORI 48 inch Heavy Duty Dog Crate Indestructible Dog Crate Cage Metal Kennel and Playpen for Large Dog Indoor Outdoor with Double Doors & Locks Design Lockable Wheels Removable Tray Included 48 in Black

Weight 83.6 lbs
Dimensions 47.24 × 30.07 × 34.6483 in

14 reviews for ITORI 48 inch Heavy Duty Dog Crate Indestructible Dog Crate Cage Metal Kennel and Playpen for Large Dog Indoor Outdoor with Double Doors & Locks Design Lockable Wheels Removable Tray Included 48 in Black

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  1. Christy

    This photo is after day 2 in this kennel. My dog annihilated the bars on one side already. Also bent them on the other side and broke one on one of the ends. I would give 0 stars for sturdiness, but it did last at least one day. If you have a dog that is pure power and strength, it will not work. This is what you will get. Edit : after speaking with the company they were happy to rectify the problem with the kennel and originally offered to send me a new one . However , due to the extensive damage done by my dog who has severe anxiety they instead opted to refund my money for the purchase . They did say they would be looking at possibly making the kennels with a thicker steel to prevent future occurrences and I would definitely purchase from them again in the future if this happens . Their customer service is amazingRead more

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  2. Theresa T

    Tip. If you don’t want your dog on the grate, put the tray where the grate would be and the grate where the tray would be. That is how I have mine set up. I would NEVER have a dog on a grate. I don’t understand why ANY manufacturer would do this but at least this one has this designed so that the pan exactly fits inside the cage. Ok. Next. I have an 85 pound purebred german shepherd. I weigh her. Her sire is a working police dog. She easily clears 6 foot fences. She pulled down a 6 foot fence… the entire row and 4x4s down in the ground… as a 6 mo old puppy. She dragged a 200lb statue ahe was tethered to while I working in the garden to the back bc I left her sight line for more than 5 minutes. She jumped through a closed window to attack someone she saw who was attacking me in the street. This dog is s.t.r.o.n.g. She has broken several kennels. The last one was a steel kennel but not this size. Oh, and ya, she is very well trained and is not locked up all the time. But there are times I need her locked up and when I do, I need to know that she will remain confined. Ok. Next order of biz. I agree with other owners. The bars are too wide apart. Again, the manufacturer REALLY needs to address this. My dog can and has pulled stuff into the cage. This can be dangerous. However, she has tried her best to dismantle the cage and bream out and has been unsuccessful. The door, cannot be opened from inside. It’s sturdy as heck. I was skeptical. A couple of bars were not in pristine shape when this cage arrived, but I was desperate and figured she would ding it up anyhow, sooo… Ok. It was heavy as F&#@ and wow, it took some time to put together, but oh my, it was worth it. Also, trust me, put on the casters. And learn how to lock them. They DO work. But you have to lock all of them. Haha. Live and learn. If you have an active dog or a working dog like mine, buy this cage. I train dogs. I also board them. I have a client whose dog JUMPS into this cage everytime he comes over. It’s his favorite place to nap. Go figure. My gsd loves. It stays cool too, bc it’s high off the floor. Now, I’m talking to my bf to see how we can turn this into a piece of furniture since it has casters and is so heavy. Dogs like dens. I think we can put a nice top on it and even cover up a couple of sides and the dog won’t even care. If we do, I’ll get another for my easy going girl just to match this one. LolRead more

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  3. DeeL42

    Update 4/9/2021: Our dog still hasn’t gotten out of the crate and he actually likes it. No issues with it. Highly recommend. Update 9/24/19: This crate has managed to keep our pup contained. He was able to slide the bottom grate out once, so we zip tied it and we haven’t had an issue since. Love this crate. Highly recommend. Original post: After going through a variety of crates, some of them pricey, we decided to give this a try. This is the first crate that has been able to contain our 18-month-old 80lb GSD. It’s sturdy and easy to assemble. The only downside is that it’s loud when he walks around in it since the metal grate at the bottom clanks against the bars, but seeing as we only crate him when we’re not home, that really doesn’t matter to us. If you have an escape artist, this is definitely worth a try!Read more

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  4. Thomas Beardslee

    I have a high-energy, police K9 Dutch Shepherd, that a previous handler failed with in crate training. He is hard as nails, and this crate holds him with no problem, while we work out his failed training issues. I purchased both the 42 inch and 48 inch models of this crate, and while my 80lbs, standard sized Dutch Shepherd male fits into the 42 inch crate, he is much more comfortable in the 48 inch crate.Read more

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  5. C.oakie

    This is a great crate. My mastiff had gone through 3 of the wire crates before we purchased this one. She has been using this for a month now and has not been able to chew out.Read more

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  6. Amazon Customer

    So far it has held up well but the instructions show the bolts aiming “in” towards the inside of the crate. The bolt threads go beyond the nut and our dog cut his muzzle up on the threads. I reversed the bolts and put covers on the threads for an easy fix but this should have been thought of during the design phase as a dog could easily lose an eye.Read more

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  7. Tiffany V.

    Great mid-range kennel! My GSD had severe separation anxiety and destroyed her typical wire kennel (plus my wall, door, and couch). I was looking at an Impact Crate but I couldn’t stomach the price! So we decided to test this out and so far it’s kept her calm and CONTAINED. Now, I did end up zip tying the wire floor to the kennel bottom and walls because having it loose is dangerous. I also zip tied the walls and top on the kennel, because why not. I am sure that my dog COULD bend the bars if she really wanted to, but so far this kennel has kept her calm enough that it hasn’t happened. We give her medicine and play music when she’s inside, which helps. All in all, I am thrilled with this kennel. It’s sturdy, easy to assemble, and keeps my baby safe.Read more

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  8. Christy

    This photo is after day 2 in this kennel. My dog annihilated the bars on one side already. Also bent them on the other side and broke one on one of the ends. I would give 0 stars for sturdiness, but it did last at least one day. If you have a dog that is pure power and strength, it will not work. This is what you will get. Edit : after speaking with the company they were happy to rectify the problem with the kennel and originally offered to send me a new one . However , due to the extensive damage done by my dog who has severe anxiety they instead opted to refund my money for the purchase . They did say they would be looking at possibly making the kennels with a thicker steel to prevent future occurrences and I would definitely purchase from them again in the future if this happens . Their customer service is amazingRead more

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  9. Theresa T

    Tip. If you don’t want your dog on the grate, put the tray where the grate would be and the grate where the tray would be. That is how I have mine set up. I would NEVER have a dog on a grate. I don’t understand why ANY manufacturer would do this but at least this one has this designed so that the pan exactly fits inside the cage. Ok. Next. I have an 85 pound purebred german shepherd. I weigh her. Her sire is a working police dog. She easily clears 6 foot fences. She pulled down a 6 foot fence… the entire row and 4x4s down in the ground… as a 6 mo old puppy. She dragged a 200lb statue ahe was tethered to while I working in the garden to the back bc I left her sight line for more than 5 minutes. She jumped through a closed window to attack someone she saw who was attacking me in the street. This dog is s.t.r.o.n.g. She has broken several kennels. The last one was a steel kennel but not this size. Oh, and ya, she is very well trained and is not locked up all the time. But there are times I need her locked up and when I do, I need to know that she will remain confined. Ok. Next order of biz. I agree with other owners. The bars are too wide apart. Again, the manufacturer REALLY needs to address this. My dog can and has pulled stuff into the cage. This can be dangerous. However, she has tried her best to dismantle the cage and bream out and has been unsuccessful. The door, cannot be opened from inside. It’s sturdy as heck. I was skeptical. A couple of bars were not in pristine shape when this cage arrived, but I was desperate and figured she would ding it up anyhow, sooo… Ok. It was heavy as F&#@ and wow, it took some time to put together, but oh my, it was worth it. Also, trust me, put on the casters. And learn how to lock them. They DO work. But you have to lock all of them. Haha. Live and learn. If you have an active dog or a working dog like mine, buy this cage. I train dogs. I also board them. I have a client whose dog JUMPS into this cage everytime he comes over. It’s his favorite place to nap. Go figure. My gsd loves. It stays cool too, bc it’s high off the floor. Now, I’m talking to my bf to see how we can turn this into a piece of furniture since it has casters and is so heavy. Dogs like dens. I think we can put a nice top on it and even cover up a couple of sides and the dog won’t even care. If we do, I’ll get another for my easy going girl just to match this one. LolRead more

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  10. DeeL42

    Update 4/9/2021: Our dog still hasn’t gotten out of the crate and he actually likes it. No issues with it. Highly recommend. Update 9/24/19: This crate has managed to keep our pup contained. He was able to slide the bottom grate out once, so we zip tied it and we haven’t had an issue since. Love this crate. Highly recommend. Original post: After going through a variety of crates, some of them pricey, we decided to give this a try. This is the first crate that has been able to contain our 18-month-old 80lb GSD. It’s sturdy and easy to assemble. The only downside is that it’s loud when he walks around in it since the metal grate at the bottom clanks against the bars, but seeing as we only crate him when we’re not home, that really doesn’t matter to us. If you have an escape artist, this is definitely worth a try!Read more

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  11. Thomas Beardslee

    I have a high-energy, police K9 Dutch Shepherd, that a previous handler failed with in crate training. He is hard as nails, and this crate holds him with no problem, while we work out his failed training issues. I purchased both the 42 inch and 48 inch models of this crate, and while my 80lbs, standard sized Dutch Shepherd male fits into the 42 inch crate, he is much more comfortable in the 48 inch crate.Read more

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  12. C.oakie

    This is a great crate. My mastiff had gone through 3 of the wire crates before we purchased this one. She has been using this for a month now and has not been able to chew out.Read more

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  13. Amazon Customer

    So far it has held up well but the instructions show the bolts aiming “in” towards the inside of the crate. The bolt threads go beyond the nut and our dog cut his muzzle up on the threads. I reversed the bolts and put covers on the threads for an easy fix but this should have been thought of during the design phase as a dog could easily lose an eye.Read more

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  14. Tiffany V.

    Great mid-range kennel! My GSD had severe separation anxiety and destroyed her typical wire kennel (plus my wall, door, and couch). I was looking at an Impact Crate but I couldn’t stomach the price! So we decided to test this out and so far it’s kept her calm and CONTAINED. Now, I did end up zip tying the wire floor to the kennel bottom and walls because having it loose is dangerous. I also zip tied the walls and top on the kennel, because why not. I am sure that my dog COULD bend the bars if she really wanted to, but so far this kennel has kept her calm enough that it hasn’t happened. We give her medicine and play music when she’s inside, which helps. All in all, I am thrilled with this kennel. It’s sturdy, easy to assemble, and keeps my baby safe.Read more

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