Ovation Trainer Double Door Dog Crate

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Product Summary:

Midwest Ovation Trainer Double Door Dog Crate

The Ovation Trainer by Midwest is an exclusive hybrid double door dog crate.  It is designed specifically for crate training as your puppy grows into adulthood.  A front swing-out door provides the ease and convenience of letting your pup in and out.  The up and away side door conveniently slides and stows overhead.  The safety catch on the side door allows the door to rest safely above a fully open position while a release of the safety catch allows the door to close easily.
 
Features:
  • Great for training your puppy
  • Also perfect for full grown adult dogs
  • Two easy access doors
  • Easy set up and fold down
  • 5 convenient sizes to fit all breeds
  • Includes divider panel, plastic pan, carrying handle and surface protective rubber feet
Item Specifications:

Sizes:
25.125"L x 19.25"W x 20.75"H
30.75"L x 22.125"W x 24.125"H
36.75"L x 25.125"W x 27"H
42.75"L x 29.125"W x 30.75"H
48.5"L x 31"W x 33"H
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
25.125L 498541 024 1924DD 027773016748
30.75L 498541 030 1930DD 027773016755
36.75L 498541 036 1936DD 027773016762
42.75L 498541 042 1942DD 027773016779
48.5L 498541 048 1948DD 027773016786

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Sliding door not the best
The concept is great, but the sliding door gets off track easily, and is hard to get back in its track. The safety catch is not necessary and is annoying-- it slows down operation & confuses the dog, who tries to rush out when the door is halfway open.
April 19, 2016
Good first crate
I ordered one of these crates for my Aussie to be used in the living room. I ordered a second one to be used in the bedroom at night. (no - she does not sleep on the bed!) I like this crate because it has two doors and the side door slides up and stores on the top, so a door isn't in the way. I like the design and the price wasn't bad, but if I had a bigger, stronger dog - this crate would have been sent back. Also, there seem to be a LOT or areas for a collar or tags to get caught - so I NEVER put her in there with her collar on.
February 1, 2016
Great Crate for Smaller Spaces Even With a Big Dog
This crate is amazing first off because of the quality that comes from Midwest but also because it's such a space saver. I live in a small apartment and only had room in one tucked away corner for a dog crate. How this thing saves space is by the side door folder up and over the crate instead of swinging out. I leave the side door open during the day so it doesn't take up the extra space that a normal swinging door usually would. Plus, the door stays open and doesn't close back shut if you walk back into it like you would a regular crate. Granted, with this double door crate you do have the front swing door option, but like I said, I prefer the side door that folds over the crate. Awesome invention and hard to find other crates with this kind of design.
January 24, 2015
Very Dissapointed
I bought 3 of these crates . I would never by an ovation crate again . The hooks that are supposed to hold the front and rear panels do not stay on the bottom on all 3 crates, so I have to use zip ties to hold the crate together. Worst crates I ever bought . I will never by Ovation Again !
January 1, 2013
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Why did you choose this?
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Size and design: extra small and double door with one being garage door style.
Connie Y on Nov 28, 2017
I picked this crate because Zak George off of YouTube (Zak George's Dog Training rEvolution - look him up!) recommended this crate in numerous training videos.
Hannah B on Feb 2, 2016
Size and design: extra small and double door with one being garage door style.
Connie Y on Nov 28, 2017
I researched multiple crates online and found that Midwest had the best reviews. I also chose the Ovation for the up & away side door feature. 1800PetSupplies had the lowest price on these crates.
Thank you
Brian N on May 12, 2016
I picked this crate because Zak George off of YouTube (Zak George's Dog Training rEvolution - look him up!) recommended this crate in numerous training videos.
Hannah B on Feb 2, 2016
I like the feature of the side door lifting up, rather than swinging open.
Janice K on Jan 9, 2016
Recommended by other users and I like the fact that it has two doors, a swing out and an up and over which can stay open if needed.
Conroy E on Sep 26, 2015
Because I have the smaller size and I love it! (My puppy is now an adult so I needed the bigger size.)
Rima I on Jun 19, 2015
Because of the Garage Door type Door so I can put it next to our Doggy Door. Don't like leaving in the crate all day/night with the cold weather don't like keeping them outside. They like to share a bed so this one is bigger to accommodate my little Boston and my BUGG :) They will love it. The fold down door will make it easily fit up to the dog door so that they can get in and out to stay warm or cool off.
Scott H on Nov 13, 2014
Great value
Eloise G A on Nov 1, 2014
I researched multiple crates online and found that Midwest had the best reviews. I also chose the Ovation for the up & away side door feature. 1800PetSupplies had the lowest price on these crates.
Thank you
Brian N on May 12, 2016
I like the feature of the side door lifting up, rather than swinging open.
Janice K on Jan 9, 2016
Is this crate strong enough for a 70 lbs airedale terrier?
Janet on Sep 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It is big enough to keep both of my dogs in it - a 40 lbs and a 55 lbs dog. They do not damage it but then again they do not play in the crate, just sleep. I assume it would be fine for a 70 lbs dog.
HELP! Have this crate and love it, but am trying to close it up and ca not figure it out?
Barbara W on Jun 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If you are refering to closing the door, there is a safety latch on the center so that the door does not accidentally fall on your pet. You have to pull the safety latch up while closing the door. If you are referring to closing it for storage, start by folding in the two ends. Lay the remaining sides of the cage flat, then fold over (in half). Hope this helps.