Petmate 40 Inch Compass Kennel
The Petmate® Compass® plastic kennel design was fueled by fifty years of experience in the kennel category. The unique Slide N Snap assembly with no tools required takes only seconds. Increased doorway size and the addition of a two-way opening door with dual turn-dial door latches provide the ultimate convenience for pet owners and extra comfort for pets. 360-degree ventilation and visibility allow a more comfortable travel experience for your pet. Compatible for airline travel. Meets most air travel requirements. Pet parents should always contact their specific airline before traveling for verification of their requirements. Plastic made in the USA, other components imported.
INTERIOR DIMENSIONS: 33.5" L x 20" W x 28" H
>PRODUCT NOTE REGARDING SHIPMENT OF THIS ITEM: Due to the size of this product, it ships via LTL/Freight Carrier. An oversized item shipping surcharge will be applied at checkout. This item is eligible for ground shipping only. Please note that your item will arrive in 10-14 business days.
For assembly instructions, visit petmate.com/kennel-instructions
- Great for large dogs
- Features slide assembly with 4 bolts for security
- Two-way opening door with dual turn-dial latches
- 360 degree ventilation
- Meets most air travel requirements
Choosing the right sized kennel for your pet is crucial to making crate training a positive experience. Kennels come in all sizes, from small to giant, to accommodate most dog breeds. So, what's all the fuss about kennel sizes? Well, imagine your pet trying to stand up, turn around or sit down in a kennel that's too small for him. The best way to select the perfect kennel size for your pup is to measure him from the top of his head to the floor, then from the tip of his nose to the base of his tail. The height of the kennel should be 3-4 inches taller and longer than your pet so there's ample space to fully stand up, easily turn around and comfortably lie all the way down! Too small and your pet will be uncomfortable; too large and your pet might attempt to use the bathroom in his space.