Petmate Compass Kennel Pet Carrier

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Petmate® Compass Kennel Pet Carrier

The Petmate Compass Kennel Pet Carrier is a new design in plastic pet carriers that combines a sleek style,  with a unique Slide N’ Snap assembly for an easy and secure fit.

The Petmate Compass features 306 degree, top and bottom ventilation for maximum air circulation and visibility; a larger entry way  for easy access, and a dual-turn door latch that enables the door to open from left or right.

Features:
  • Made in the USA
  • Sleek design
  • Innovative Slide N’ Snap assembly, which uses a strong and secure motion to assemble
  • 360 degree front and bottom ventilation for optimal air circulation as well as increased visibility
  • Tie-down strap holes at each corner (tie-downs not included)
  • Larger entry way for easy access
  • Dual-turn door latch enables the door to open from left or right
  • Eco-friendly, made from up to 90% pre-consumer recycled material
  • 19 inch and 24 inch come with carry handle*

*Larger sizes do not come with top handle

Item Specifications:

Color:
Metallic White/Black with Chrome Door

Size:

19 inch:
(19” L x 12.7” W x 11.5” H)
Weight: 3 lbs

24 inch:
(24.6” L x 16.9” W x 15” H)
3.8 lbs

28 inch:
(28” L x 20” W x 19.2” H)
6 lbs

32 inch:
(32.1” L x 21” W x 23” H)
Weight: 8.4 lbs
 
36 inch:
(36.1” L x 23.3” W x 26.7” H)
Weight: 7.2 lbs

40 inch:

(40.1” L x 26.1” W x 29.7” H)
Weight: 10 lbs
 

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Debra T on Dec 5, 2015
Have a smaller one. Very good crate. Needed to size up.
Judith P on Aug 7, 2015
The snap together set up sounds like a great idea and the price was right
Kathleen K on Aug 12, 2015
Good reviews, good price.
Teleca D on May 23, 2015
Which size of the Petmate Compass Kennel Pet Carrier would be best for transporting two cats (<10 lbs each) on longer trips? E.g. I don't want them to be super cramped but don't want to buy bigger than I have to. Thanks!
S O on Sep 26, 2014
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Is the compass kennel approved for air travel?
A shopper on Jun 7, 2015
Best Answer: Yes it is, screws provided. A beautiful kennel!
Reply (1) · Report · Rennie V on Jun 7, 2015
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I need a new carrier for my ferret, how big are the gaps between wires for the door? She managed to squeeze in between 1" squares before...
A shopper on Feb 25, 2015
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Best Answer: I'm sorry on the delay answering you. I was only able to get the grid size for Item# 497428 and it's a 1" grid. I think they are all around the same size though.
Reply · Report · Brenda SStaff on Mar 3, 2015
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What is the best size to get? Right now my 5 mo. old Havanese weighs 5 lbs. Estimated to get to about 8-9 lbs., no larger than 10. Have a small crate now (same brand) and would like to size up. I don't know the best way to measure it...
Judith P on Jul 28, 2015
Best Answer: It is basically preference. Some people just want enough room for the dog to stand up and turn around, while others want them to have more room. Below is a link on how to measure your dog for a crate.

http://www.dreamydoodles.com/2014/06/18/measure-dog/
Reply (1) · Report · Brenda SStaff on Jul 30, 2015
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