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      Brooks dining in the crate this evening.


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      Wow, impressive. What is it made of? What are the dimensions of each section? Do you have a link to the company? Does using this in your Highlander mean you can never put the seat up in the back for people? How about a photo of it in your vehicle? Please?

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      Wow, that is really nice!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Snowshoe View Post
      Wow, impressive. What is it made of? What are the dimensions of each section? Do you have a link to the company? Does using this in your Highlander mean you can never put the seat up in the back for people? How about a photo of it in your vehicle? Please?
      This link will let you select your vehicle and the boxes that are recommended:

      Dog Cages | Dog Crates | TransK9USA | SUV Crates

      This is the box I got.

      Dog Crates | Dog Cages | TransK9USA | SUV Crate | B18

      I first saw these a couple years ago when I was at Cruft's, the had a big display. They weren't available in the USA at that time. I saw someone with one in their SUV at a show last summer and started looking into them. They are expensive, and shipping from San Diego was ridiculous. I look at it this way, it's much safer than the wire crates I've been using, and this thing will last a lifetime.

      These crates are also designed so the back seats can be left up for normal use.

      I'll post some photos once it's in the Highlander. I want to make sure Brooks is good to go with it before I put in in there.

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      Wow, that's a nice looking crate!
      Some folks around here use the Zinger (zingerwinger.com) crates, made near Milton, Ontario. They're pricey but like yours give that sense that they might help in the event of an accident.
      Hoping that Brooks takes to it soon!
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      Quote Originally Posted by Scoutpout View Post
      Wow, that's a nice looking crate!
      Some folks around here use the Zinger (zingerwinger.com) crates, made near Milton, Ontario. They're pricey but like yours give that sense that they might help in the event of an accident.
      Hoping that Brooks takes to it soon!
      He's pretty much good to go now. He will jump up into it without the ramp, showing no reluctance. Like anything else, sometimes you just have to read your dog and let them figure things out at their own pace.

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      The B18 doesn't say it's for a Highlander. Was this a bigger unit but will still fit in your SUV?

      Great looking build quality in any event!
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      Quote Originally Posted by outrag View Post
      The B18 doesn't say it's for a Highlander. Was this a bigger unit but will still fit in your SUV?

      Great looking build quality in any event!
      This was an alternate to the one they recommended. It's just slightly bigger.

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      Wow nice crate!
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