Small 26"H x 23"L x 23"W Medium 31"H x 29"L x 29"W Large 35"H x 35"L x 35"W
Overall: 4.3 / 5 based on 6 reviews
5 of 6 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Great product! -
By: Troutweiners2 from Alhambra, CA
Took my dogs up to Mammoth for fall trout fishing....Was unseasonably warm & not much shade by the lake. We got the easy to open pop up crate & the dogs headed straight for the shade of the tent......Just as easy to break down.....Both dogs & I loved this product. High quality....Highly recommended....
Easy & Light Crate Option -
By: 5280Vizsla from Denver, CO
This little crate is awesome! I ordered the medium for my female Vizsla and it's perfect! Even my male fits inside (he's 55 lbs). It's easy to set-up, easy to take down, and it's super light! LOVE IT!
Great Travel crate -
We decided to crate train our new puppy. We travel a lot and wanted a travel crate that was easy to take along and use. I found this pop up dog crate and thought to give it a try. It's perfect! We have a golden and at six months he's already over 50 pounds so went with the large. It's plenty big and Duffy can do cartwheels in it if he wants! It takes a little practice to master the technique of pulling up and out with your arms to set up but once mastered it's easy. I'm not quite tall enough though and my arm span not quite long enough. What I do is wrap the ropes around my hands a couple of times and then pull. Problem solved. We now use it full time in the bedroom and donated the brand new extra large crate we bought to the golden rescue. One of our cats also uses it during the day!
Its Wet Inside -
The minimalist rain fly covers only the sloped top. Rain readily enters through the mesh windows on the door and walls. Other than that, its a fair weather item.
Umbra Pop Up Dog Tent -
I have bought one of these for my viszla puppy. It is absolutely fantastic. It goes up very easily and is robust, withstanding the attentions of enthusiastic little puppy teeth and claws easily. I use it instead of a standard crate because I take her to work and this goes up and down so quickly. It also packs up neatly and is light to carry. I had no problems training her to use it and now she happily trots in and out of it both to sleep and play. Although I use it inside, it can also be used outside and comes with tent pegs and a rain cover (as per the photo above). I've not tried this arrangement. I heartily recommend this product - my only concern is that my dog will grow out of her medium tent and the next size up is probably too big for my purposes.
Great product, directions need work -
I love this product, but there are a few caveats.. It is light and durable, but takes some strength and 2 good arms to put it up.. Now that my arm is healed, I don't have much trouble.. the directions however, STINK.. nothing is labeled, and the set up and put down directions are not separated.. much confusion..Anyone could write better instructions!!! My dog loves it, however, so it is well worth the expense..
|Traveling with Your Dog|
More Americans are traveling with their pets than ever. Before your take your dog on a major road trip, there are a few important safety precautions you should consider:
1. Plan your route accordingly. Sporting breed dogs need to be active, so plan plenty of long stops for exercise. A bored dog can destroy a car's interior.
2. Give your dog access to fresh water in the vehicle or during frequent stops.
3. Make sure your dog is seated in a secure area and unable to hinder the driver.
4. Older dogs may need a ramp to comfortably get in and out of a vehicle. Senior dogs and puppies can hurt their backs jumping into a tall SUV or truck seat.
5. If possible, buckle your dog in for car trips. This will keep him safe in case of an accident and prevent him from running out into traffic when you stop.
6. And, most importantly, never leave your dog in a car unattended and without fresh air. Fatal heat stroke can occur very quickly.