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Mid-West Homes for Pets MidWest Life Stages Folding Single Door Dog Crate

Item# 268-MH044-1-AF | Model# 1622 | Added on June 8, 2012 | Seller: Hayneedle
Mid-West Homes for Pets MidWest Life Stages Folding Single Door Dog Crate
$29.83
$49.99
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Black electro-coat finish. Durable wire mesh construction. Simple to fold, Easy to transport. Assembly required. Divider panel included. Features 1 door . The Midwest Life Stages Folding Single Door Dog Crate is a sturdy wire cage designed to grow with your dog! An adjustable divider panel allows you to make the living area most comfortable for your pet. Its portable, folding like a suitcase for easy transportation or storage. The crate has a secure slide bolt latch on the door and removable plastic pan for easy clean up. Features a durable black electro-coat finish. Dimensions Product Weight Weight Capacity 22L x 13W x 16H inches 11 lbs. 2-10 lbs. 24L x 18W x 21H inches 18 lbs. 11-25 lbs. 30L x 21W x 24H inches 25 lbs. 26-40 lbs. 36L x 24W x 27H inches 32 lbs. 41-71 lbs. 42L x 28W x 31H inches 39 lbs. 71-90 lbs. 48L x 30W x 33H inches 46 lbs. 91-110 lbs. About Mid-West Metal ProductsIn 1921, Mid-West Metal Products made only one item, a Kruse Switch Box Support, and over the years began manufacturing millions of wire and sheet metal component parts. By 1960, they were producing training crates for pets. Today, Midwest Homes for Pets, a division of Mid-West Metal Products, produces and markets a variety of pet containment products. These products include dog crates, training puppy crates, dog kennels, cat playpens, bird cages, vehicle barriers, soft-sided carriers, grooming tables and much more. They also manufacture a full line of pet accessories like beds and feeding dishes ... read more
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