Pet Kennel Direct Plastic Airline Approved Travel Dog Cat - Small
The Aspen Pet Porter Plastic Kennel is attractive, durable and comfortable for dogs, cats and small animals of different sizes. In
The Petmate Pet Porter® 2 Dog Kennel features air vents on both sides for visibility and ventilation and heavy-duty plastic construction for durability. The interior perimeter moat collects moisture to help keep your pet dry, while the convenient tie-down strap holes offer extra security during travel. Wire door with a chrome latch.
You can drill your own, but if this is difficult or impossible for you to do then I would stick with a Vari Kennel 200-500 only, Sky Kennel 200-500 only or PetSmarts House Brand Kennel has cable tie holes on all sizes. Their house brand like Petco is made by PetMate the same makers as Vari and Sky but the plastic molds are used for their kennels only with their name embedded in the mold. PetSmart was very smart in that they made sure their mold had more bells and whistle than Petmates own Kennels have and they cost less than Petmates brand. You can find them here online . I think the Medium Intermediate is = to Petco’s series 500 but is cheaper and definitely does have cable holes pre-drilled around the door. Thanks for visiting!
Aspen Pet Porter Traditional Plastic Pet Kennel
Petmate Compass Kennel 41037 | plastic kennels
Our replacement pink wing nuts and metal bolts will fit all Petmate brand pet carriers, cages, plastic crates and kennels. Including Sky Kennel, VariKennel, Petco, Pet Taxi, Bargain Hound, Grreat Choice, Travel Aire, Remington, Rover, Kennel Aire, PlastiCrate, Ruff Tuff and any plastic pet Crate that has holes for nuts bolts or plastic pegs. Makes the kennel more secure than plastic pegs that often fall out or break. BE SURE TO MEASURE your bolt length and COUNT the holes to be sure you choose the correct Package.offers affordable sky kennels in a and meets most airline requirements. The Petmate kennels come with heavy-duty plastic nuts and bolts, though, and it seems some airlines require this kind of hardware to be metal, so you may need to swap them out with . This is good to know in advance. The hardware is with steel, should your air carrier require the switch. Petmate Cargo Crates also come with "Live Animal" stickers and clip-on bowls, so you don't have to purchase them separately. These carriers have some of the best reviews for strength and durability and comes closest to meeting most airline standards. The height of the kennel (top flat or arched) must be equal to D + 3". Snakes require a crate at least two thirds as long as the snake and at least 50% of the snake's length in the crate width. Container preferences will vary by airline. All small rodents as well as hamsters will travel in the cargo area in a cargo container as described above. A few airlines will allow rabbits in the cabin. Do not put objects in the cage as the airlines frown upon non attached items in the crate. A pet pad and old t-shirt is fine. Turtles traveling in the cabin (call the airline to ask if they will allow it.) will need a sturdy container with absorbent material (shredded newspaper) and a place for your turtle to hide. Traveling in the cargo hold may require protection from the cold. Container must be a sturdy material (not cardboard) such as heavy plastic or wood and be of a minimum size set by the airlines. Containers for birds can vary by airline, so we would suggest that you contact the reservations desk (in-cabin and checked baggage travel) and cargo department (manifest cargo travel) of the airline you are using for details. Adequate clearance must be allowed for the bird's tail and crown, and a perch must be attached to the crate. It is advised that the ventilation holes be covered with loosely woven material to allow for ventilation while providing privacy for your bird. There must be water available to your bird in a bowl attached to the door. Keep any unattached items to a minimum. We have current and accurate information on traveling with your pet by air, sea or ground. Find more The is a lightweight yet sturdy kennel that is compliant with most airline regulations. You will need to make a few adjustments to make it compliant will all recommendations for airline cargo kennels. It offers a heavy duty plastic shells that is lightweight when you consider it's size along with wire doors with a squeeze chrome door latch. It has plastic wing-nuts, which may need to be replaced with metal ones for airline travel (you can purchase this), and an interior perimeter moat to keep your pet dry. It has holes on all four corners to tie down the kennel. It is vented on three sides so, for some airline requirements, you may need to drill some additional holes on the back side of the kennel. It's made of plastic, so a regular drill will quickly take care of putting air holes on all sides of the kennel. It comes with "live animal" stickers. It is a good quality kennel and comes in a range of sizes.