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LUCKUP Empire Heavy Duty Dog Cage Strongest Metal Kennel and Crate for Medium and Large Dogs, Pet Playpen with Four Wheels,Easy to Install,42 inch,Black …

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  • Double door & locking caster design: The front door is suitable for pet in and out,the top door also can be opened for you interacting with your dog. 360 degree rotated locking casters can help you to move crate anywhere easily and lock the wheels to keep the crate in place.
  • Easy to assemble:All hardware pack included,just need to fit it with four wheels and eight screw bolts, locks were pre-assembled,Just takes 3-5 minutes to complete.
  • Easy to clean:Removable (slide-out) plastic tray helps you to catch the fallen dog food and excrement,and allows you to wipe and clean easily.
  • Overall Dimensions: 37.5"L X 25.5"W X 32"H; Internal height of the dog cage (excluding wheels): 32"H; Metal pipe spacing:2"; Metal"slat-like" floor spacing:1" Color: Black. Attention:If you have any product quality problems, please feel free to contact us.We offer a three-year warranty.During the warranty period, if there is any problem with the quality of the product, you can contact us.


  • Product Review


    casinoreverend

    I adopted a kickass pit bull but he’s got a wicked case of separation anxiety and he obliterated the cheapo wire crate by busting the front door off and snapping the tiny welds. Gus is about 80 lbs and he fits with plenty room to stretch in the 38 inch cage. The instructions blow but the install is self explanatory and super fast. The wheels included will not roll across thicker carpets.

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    Tammy

    Biggest complaint with this item, is the bottom. There is no solid floor for my dog to stand or lay on, and my dog has come out of the kennel limping several times. I wish this product had a tray to put in the bottom for my dog to lay on as the bars are just too wide. I have put cushions in there for my dog which has helped. But those have to be taken out and washed regularly. With a plastic tray to fit in the bottom it would be easier to wipe it out and keep clean. I have had several regular wire dog kennels, but my dog is terrified of thunderstorms, and breaks out of them. She is a 120 pound German Shepherd. So I bought this one, as it is more sturdy and durable and she cannot break out of it. But not having a solid bottom has caused issues with my dog limping. Just be aware if you purchase this you may want to either put cushions in the bottom of the kennel or possibly cut out a piece of plywood to put in the bottom so it is solid and your dogs feet do not fall between the bars.

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    daydrmblvr

    UPDATED** Seller provided us with a replacement. She has now chewed through it as well. Still cannot find contact info :(We bought this for our 90 pound GSD that has separation anxiety and a major fear of loud noises (fireworks, shooting, thunder). She has torn up 2 plastic kennels and 2 metal kennels. After a storm blew thru when we were not home to give medication, she has two of the bars on the feed door almost torn off. I am giving this 4 stars only because of the difficulty in locating the warranty info.This has a 3 year warranty and I cannot locate how to see about getting it replaced. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Keith Ayers

    This crate has been a lifesaver for our 40 lb pocket pit bull as well as our sanity! Our pup has significant separation anxiety and managed to escape from two wire crates. While video recording her strategies for escaping the crate, we were horrified by what we saw and were concerned that she would hurt herself. We also tried confining her to a room with a baby gate and letting her roam free throughout the house, both of which resulted in multiple accidents throughout the house and damaged woodwork. We have had this crate for several weeks, and so far, she has not made a single attempt to escape or destroy it. She goes into it without issue and the barking/whining is minimal in comparison to what it used to be. I have not found dents or any teeth marks in it. My husband was able to put it together in about 20 minutes. Forewarning, it is heavy and it’s convenient to fold or break down. Those are very minor drawbacks in exchange for peace of mind while we are not home. Well worth the expense!!

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    Media Blanket

    This is a five-star kennel. I took off one star because there was some damage on the bars, which did not affect useability. But when I pay full price for new, I expect it to look new. Having said that, IF YOUR DOG HAS SEPARATION ANXIETY, THIS IS THE KENNEL TO BUY!!! Our 30 lb. Cocker Spaniel had escaped from two wire kennels and one canvas kennel. And in the process, he injured himself and bloodied his paws. Also, he salivates excessively and has gotten staph infections on his belly as a result. So, we needed a cage that: a) Had smooth bars, and; b) Had open grates on the bottom so that the drool wouldn't pool up and make our dog sick.The cage seems to have had a calming effect on our dog. The first time we put our Cocker in the kennel, we watched him via security camera. For about 5 minutes, he tried to find a way out — sticking his nose out of the bars, pawing etc. And then, to our amazement, for the first time every ... HE LAID DOWN AND WENT TO SLEEP!!! It was like, "Well, I can't get out of here so I might was well chill out." So thankful we paid extra. We would have saved a lot of money on broken blinds and clawed doors had we just shelled out the cash to begin with. Don't waste time or money on anything else. GET THIS CAGE!

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    Rockytop

    I purchased the 38” in silver, which arrived quickly. I was between this model and the Guardian, priced considerably higher. Happy with this item. It sets up in just a few minutes, or collapses and doesn’t take much room against a wall. It’s rigid and solid yet it creeks and rattles but the animal is secure. Put something down for her feet, like a floor matt. XL HD pads 28x34 are just about right if you want something in the tray. The latches are a weakness, they work out okay but there’s an extra step each time you open the door involving threading 2 carabiners, not great if you’re rushed and fumbling. If you’re looking at a bigger size and see the option for the upgraded locks, I suggest paying for it. My cage arrived brand new, in good shape with the paint intact, there was one defect- a poorly seated rivet on a latch mechanism.

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    munchie

    Our 41lb pit bull mix destroyed her wired cage. We didn't want to spend this much money on a crate, but this thing just flat out works. I didn't spend the extra money on the upgraded latch/lock but the standard one worked well. The company must have recently added those D ring type rings to secure the latches, so dogs cannot manipulate them to get free.I used a zip tie on the top latch to secure the D-ring in place. I saw another review us a bolt/nut, but I couldn't figure out how he was able to get the bolt underneath the latch. The zip tie works just as well, without having to struggle to get the bolt on the top latch.Only reason why it wasn't 5 stars was because the plastic tray arrived damaged and this thing is way too heavy to try to return.We are very pleased with this cage as it was easy to install and Lily doesn't even try to get out of her new crate.

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    a,a,h.

    I just got a 60lb retriever mix from an animal shelter who has extreme separation anxiety--which I found out after he destroyed my blinds and doors and trim! He broke out of two wire kennels and I needed something heavy duty FAST because I have to leave him alone to go to work. I was very nervous to leave him alone the first day in this kennel--even though it is VERY strong and well built--I thought for sure he would find a way out. The first few times, he definitely tried to chew the bars but couldn't get out. He goes in willingly and has enough room and has only gotten out once which I explain next! MY TIPS FOR USE: definitely zip tie the little feeding door shut. My dog watched me open it one time and quickly learned himself how to get it open. The other locks he can't reach, so that's good. I don't worry that he'll get those open. SIZING: My dog isn't huge and based on the other reviews I thought this would be a perfect size for him. If I had to order again, I might do one size up just so I could comfortably fit his bed and a water bowl without cramming both in. I just wish they made a 48" in the grid pattern because I really like this style so much more than the bars. OVERALL: this kennel is fantastic and saved me from tons more stress and stopped my dog from possibly hurting himself!

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    Tara R.

    We have a almost 1-year old mastiff who has now made it a habit of destroying every wire crate we put her in. She chewed up a tray on 1 crate and then starting pulling the wires and breaking the connections. We went with this kennel hoping it would contain her. We are extremely satisfied with this kennel. And the dog seems to enjoy it as well. She goes in every night when I tell her to kennel up. I would like to purchase a pet bed for the bottom because she is standing on the bars (there are trays in the bottom) but I'm pretty sure she would just chew that up as well. The looking mechanisms could use some work. They are pretty flimsy especially compared the rest of the construction of the kennel. At some point we will probably make something different to keep the door shut, but after a month of use it's still going strong.

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    Guest

    I spent quite a bit of time researching a kennel for my son’s dog. He is away at college and needed a sturdy kennel for his pup. Anxiously awaited delivery as the pup has escaped out of conventional crates and recently has taken to eating the cushions on the couch , so this kennel was a much awaited rescue. However , when he went to assembly the kennel, there is NO HOLE drilled in the top back right wall therefore screw can not be mounted through top panel to secure back to the top. This would not be such a problem if he was home where we have tools to help correct the lack of quality control however as I mentioned he is away at school in a dorm and has zero tools! So frustrated and disappointed!!!UPDATE: customer service reached out to me today and offered to send s new crate. They also addressed issue with quality and said they would look at stricter quality control. I’m very happy with this resolution, therefore changed my rating from 2 stars to 4 stars.

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    Frank Bowman

    Only took one person about 10 minutes to put together.Really heavy and steady. We have two Shibas, these guys have a nick name, Houdini, we had a thin wired crate before and they just escaped without damaging the cage! (Of course I locked it)To this day I still have no idea how they got out. So we invested this one, they still have plenty of room to move around together in it.I really like the locking mechanism, you have to push the lever over and lift to open it, and there are three of them, no way for them to open it.3 doors make it easy to put the dogs in, our one dog doesn't like going into strange places and he will fight so hard, so we lift him up and put him in through the top opening. Our other dog doesn't like to be carried so he goes through the big opening in the front.They are both house trained so I don't think we will need to use the trays on the bottom. Although two trays make it easier to clean. Will purchase a pad for them to sit on.Great crate over all.

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    Jessica

    So, first off, I’ve gone through multiple kennels because my 9 month old puppy can get out of/destroy anything. He would collapse white kennels and separate the welding if you gave him some time. He hasn’t escaped this one! But... we had to do some work to it. So the top is not secure. We had to chain it shut as it opens on hinges and has a flimsy “lock” to hold it closed. So, we chained it closed. Also, the latches on the door are a joke. If your dog is smart enough to open the front door of a white kennel like mine is, it’ll take him 2 minutes to figure this one out. So! We also chain the door shut. As many other people have said, the bars are hollow, so if your dog has a strong jaw, this might not work well for you. Mine is smart, but doesn’t have a super strong bite, so he has definitely dented the bars and I can see teeth marks on most of the bars and the top, but he hasn’t broken them or bent them, just dented about a 1/4”. And again as others have said, this doesn’t have a floor to it. You would think spending this much money they would provide a flooring for it. My pup broke the plastic bottoms of other kennels, so we had to upgrade. We got a truck bed mat from les swab for $51 and cut it down. It has been amazing! It’s a 1/2” think and super sturdy. This definitely isn’t the best kennel ever, but it’s the cheapest one that I’ve found that also will keep my puppy in it. His separation anxiety is so strong even just an hour and he will be out of other kennels destroying things.

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    Tonya G

    This is, indeed, HEAVY DUTY! I was very concerned about finding a large crate with strong enough bars. I mean, seriously, why do the ones in the stores have the same gauge wires for these giant kennels as they do for small dog crates? Just retarded, if u ask me. My dog actually likes this crate and it does not make me feel bad to leave her in it for a couple of hours. She will go right on in! She is an 80# Black Mouth Cur and she has enough room to stand, take a step, plenty of room to turn around and she can still flip herself around while she plays in it. So glad to have found this! I cannot speak for the assembly as my husband assembled it while I was away. It is easy to move and collapse. Please do not put small dogs in this without something substantial covering the floor bars. They will likely break a leg. Had to add that as much mother was a veterinarian and saw this happen many times. Also, have your pets spayed & neutered! :)

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    Chad D.

    Would have given it 5 stars but I think the positioning of the latches could be better. Since my dog is an escape artist I decided to do a little modification of my own. All you need is a rivet gun and a drill, a center hole punch would help out also. I also decided that I didn't want or need the small bottom door so I secured it shut. I may do the same to the top, depends on whether or not my dog tries to force it open.

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    carrie

    Absolutely perfect for my husky! She has not been able to escape and get out.

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    digginitez

    We rescued a 2ish year old dog. She's perfect in every way. Except for her separation anxiety. We have had LOTS of dogs in this house as we have fostered for years. We took on many high needs cases. She was our first that we could never get to acclimate to a crate. And if she isn't in a crate when we are not home, things get destroyed. She is SMART. We would rig the crate again and again and she always found a new way to break out. She could get out of her crate in under 15 seconds. We tried the bathroom with our other dog for a while. Nope. We tried specific plugins to help calm. We tried soothing music/tv. We tried anti anxiety meds from herbal to prescription. NOTHING helped. So, in desperation to save our home and hope for safety for our dog, we bought this crate. I was skeptical. I was worried. This was our saving grace. She was scared of it day 1 but that's because my husband forgot to lock the wheels into place. She hasn't even tried to chew the locks or bars. She has no way of destroying the pan. She hasn't even ripped up her bedding!! This crate makes her feel safe and secure. She goes inside willingly and curls right up. She is ACTUALLY calm. I would buy this again, in a heartbeat, if I needed to.

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    Tiffany

     I got a 80 pounds dog so you can imagine it's hard to find a good dog cage to lock him up. I've tried several cheap ones in the past, but those were either too small to fit him which made him upset, or too fragile that he could break the cage by himself or even chew through the bars. I finally decided to get a more expensive one, and this dog cage didn't disappoint me! Very spacious, my dog seemed happy with his new "condo", and stayed inside for hours without complaining. I felt like I could even put myself in it. Very good quality. The bars looked strong and durable, and there were plenty of latches for opening the cage from different locations. I really liked the door that could be a small opening or a big one. And the opening on the top makes it easy to pat him for comforting. There were 2 removable plates on the bottom to make cleaning easy. And it came with wheels! Moving the cage was easy and effortless. Installation was easy and took me just minutes from opening the package to complete installation. Finally found a cage to make both the dog and myself happy!

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    LA721

    Thank goodness for this cage! I adopted a Pittie who has terrible separation anxiety. He bent the bars on the standard black kind w/pan insert, chewed a few of the pan inserts and sat in his mess which then required daily baths after an already exhausting day at work. Don't misunderstand me - it looks like a jail cell or lion cage, but was EXACTLY what my guy needed. The mess goes right into the bottom so I don't have to worry about him sitting in it all day or creating more mess for mommy to clean up. I do wish it came in another option as far as color, but this thing is pretty close to perfect otherwise!

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    Guest

    We ordered this crate for our German Shepherd Mix who is a bit of a Houdini. In 7 years we have gone through 4 plastic crates and 3 wire mesh ones. He chews and pushes his way through weak points in other crates. Most recently he chewed or forced his way literally through the wires of his wire crate which we had zip tied shut because he kept forcing open the door. We decided we needed a bit of an upgrade. First, the shipping was fast. We ordered the crate on a Saturday or Sunday (I forget) and were stressing a bit as the crate wasn't due to come until Thursday leaving us two days where our dog couldnt' be crated. Imagine our surprise when the crate actually arrived on Tuesday! It was great and a huge relief. The crate was easy to put together and was very roomie. Our boy is about 80 pounds and could stand and turn around comfortably. We did end up putting plywood down since we didn't know if the floor part would be that comfortable for our dog, hence the 4 stars. We also put a dog bed in for him. We did put another latch on the door since he does have a tendancy to push his way out but so far it has been good and with the 3 latches it came with and ours it doesn't look like he has been able to cause any give. One thing I think will be good is that with the separate horizontal and vertical bars being split even if he does chew at the bars I just don't see him getting out as it would be individual as opposed to a wire crate where one bar goes and the entire wall is compromised. Hoping this is the answer to all of our previous problems!!

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    April

    This “lion cage” as we affectionately call it, has saved our family. We were at our wits end with our husky puppy breaking through four different kinds of kennels, even the “heavy duty” ones. We bought a dozen carabiners and she somehow broke those too. Even a $10 one from REI. We would come home to a disaster, with couch cushions and kids toys and shoes and everything in between destroyed. We were also afraid that she would only get partway out one day and strangle herself.She used to have complete meltdowns in the kennels she could escape. But this one, I think because she knows she really cannot escape it she lays in there calmly.And the bottom may seem strange to some people. But It does not bother her at all. What bothered her is when she would chew plastic shards off of the trays of her other kennels. It was so dangerous. We were out of options and considering rehoming her to a family that doesn’t have to kennel her. She’s happy and we are happy. Thank you so much for this product.

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