30.5"L x 20.5"W x 26"H
American Eskimo Dog, Brittany, Bull Terrier (Miniature), Cardigan Welsh Corgi, Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier, Whippet
34.5"L x 23"W x 29"H
Labrador, Poodle, Pit Bull, Border Collie, Chow Chow, Goldendoodle, Labradoodle, Dalmation, Golden Retriever
40.5"L x 23"W x 29"H
Irish Setter, German Shorthaired Pointer, Weimaraner, Dutch Shepherd, Catahoula Leopard Dog,
40.5"L x 27.5”W x 34"H
Bernese Mountain Dog, Cane Corso, Doberman Pinscher, German Shepherd, Giant Schnauzer, Rottweiler
48.5"L x 32.5"W x 36"H
Tibetan Mastiff, St. Bernard, Shiloh Shepherd, Scottish Deerhound, Presa Canario, Newfoundland
Zinc Steel Paddle Latch
Zinc-plated steel paddle latch which provides a robust mechanism for added security against the toughest escape attempts. This latch mechanism is designed to withstand high-stress forces.
Four Additional Butterfly Latches
It features four additional butterfly latches, providing maximum strength and security. These latches are easy to operate and provide an added level of protection.
Small Circle Ventilation Holes
The small circle ventilation holes, measuring at 0.05 inches, are specifically designed to prevent dogs from getting their K9 teeth in and potentially harming themselves. These ventilation holes provide adequate air flow while ensuring your pet's safety.
Over 62% Thicker Aluminum
Constructed with 62% thicker aluminum alloy. The thicker aluminum material increases the structural integrity of the crate, ensuring that it remains stable and secure under pressure.
Stackable Like Sizes
Their design allows you to stack similar sizes on top of each other to make the most of whatever space you’re working with. Talk about an innovative way to help save room.
Military Grade Handles
These military grade handles allow for not only easy portability but also for a strength that can take on the toughest of scenarios.
The High Anxiety crate is our only crate covered by the 10-year Dog Damage Warranty. We do not cover dog damage on the Stationary or Collapsible crate models.
If your dog damages a part of the crate causing a malfunction or compromising the safety of your dog and the crate, those parts will be replaced for free. Free replacement parts, or even crate replacement, is provided within this 10 year timespan. If this happens, please contact us immediately, so we can provide you with replacement parts or a brand new crate.
The High Anxiety crate will have double the thickness of aluminum, welded and riveted, and reduced 1/2" ventilation holes. It incorporates the use of a paddle latch rather than the slam latch and also includes 4 additional butterfly latches for extra security on the front door. The High Anxiety crate also is our only model that includes a 10-year dog damage warranty and the only crate we have not had a single dog escape from.
The Collapsible crate is not designed for dogs who escape or show signs of anxiety. Although this crate is much stronger than traditional wire and plastic crates, the hinges and folding design of this crate is not ideal for anxious dogs. We have specifically designed the High Anxiety dog crate for destructive and escape-artist dogs.
The High Anxiety crate is only available in gray. This is to ensure we can send any replacement parts in a timely manner, if needed.
It is a common misconception that the High Anxiety crate will have less air circulation than the Stationary model. The High Anxiety model does have smaller ventilation holes to help prevent the dog from being able to get their teeth, paws or noses into these holes. Although we use smaller ventilation holes of 1/2 inch, we have increased the overall amount of ventilation holes to provide the same air flow as our Stationary models.
No. The High Anxiety crate is not airline compliant.
- LPLandri P.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars11 months agoCan’t live without this crate!
If you are on the fence about buying an impact crate, PLEASE READ! I wish I could give this crate and company 100 stars.
When we rescued our 6 month old German Shepherd, we tried every crate imaginable. Wire, hard shell, you name it. We used clamps and ties to keep him in, and he would go crazy, bloody his paws, and tear his way out of every single thing we attempted. We even tried letting him free-roam the house, but, as all puppies are, he was destructive when left alone. After destroying hundreds of dollars of things, and giving us scares that he would hurt himself when out or trying to break out of other crates, we bit the bullet and bought a high anxiety impact crate. Hands down best. decision. EVER.
After a slow introduction to the crate, we put him in it, and he cried for about 10 minutes and scratched at the door… and that was it. It’s been about a month since we got it , and he now goes in and out of the crate with ease and settles right down. When we come home, he won’t make a peep and will wait until we are ready to let him out. He’s done a full 180, and I truly believes he feels the crate is his safe space.
If you’re having doubts, I recommend trying an impact kennel. It has saved our sanity and helped keep our anxious, escape artist calm and safe when we can’t be home with him! 10/10 worth the investment!IDImpact Dog Crates11 months ago
Thank you for your support and feedback! We are thrilled that your pup loves their crate!
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- AHAntonio H.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars11 months agoHe's met his match.
At first I didn't want to cough up over $1000 dollars for a crate. But my dog had left me no choice. He has never been good with crates, always manages to get out of them...to the extent of self harming. I have even zip tied the crate before to prevent him
from breaking out with no luck. So I eventually just let him roam the house freely.
For years he had done great as an indoor dog, never peed or pooped in the house, could leave him alone for hours and have no issues. Sometime in July of 2022, either cuz of the fourth of July fireworks or weather the following days (thunderstorms), he changed. He broke my window trying to escape the house. For context he's a medium size American Pitbull terrier, about 55 lbs and the window are old glass panels held by glazing. Me and my wife figured this was a one time incident due to him being afraid of both fireworks and thunderstorm.
This persisted even when there were no fireworks or thunderstorm. Eventually, he managed to break out of 6 different windows in the house, and destroy other pieces of furniture in the process. Not to mention he would injury himself. I bought a camera to monitor him while we weren't home and actually caught him in the act. I guess he developed separation anxiety sometime after July from his fear of thunderstorms/fireworks. We tired everything we could think of: thundershirts, CBD treats, taking him on longer walks to tire him out. No luck, manage to break the 6th window when i was only gone for 30…IDImpact Dog Crates11 months ago
Thank you for taking the time to write us and for your continued support, Antonio! We are very happy to hear this and are thrilled your pup is loving the new crate!
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- JBJoshua B.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars12 months agoExactly the crate I needed.
Crating a Malinois can be a challenge. I borrowed a typical cage crate from a friend, which I knew wouldn't be sufficient and I wasn't wrong. Then I bought an Amazon knock off of the Impact collapsible model. It worked for a while until my "Houdini" was able to drop the back wall the first time, bend it down the second, and actually rip the metal the third time after I added the included reenforcment bars.
After this experience, I realized there was really only one solution....Impact's High Anxiety Crate. Game, set, match. Not getting out of this thing.
Buy once, Cry once. Lesson learned.IDImpact Dog Crates11 months ago
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- DRDiana R.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars11 months agoAn Answer To Our Prayers
This crate has been an answer to our prayers. Our Great Dane / Lab mix who is the sweetest most gentle giant has EXTREME separation anxiety. She has torn up door frames, ate the drywall in the house, scratched the house windows trying to get out, destroyed door handles, etc. We tried a metal wire crate and when I came home it looked like a crime scene in our home. She had chewed through the metal crate to get out and broke some of her teeth in the process. We tried Trazadome, Thunder Jackets, Calming Chews, Calming Sprays, you name it, we tried it and nothing worked. I was so fearful she was going to severely hurt herself. We were at our wits end with what to do. After doing a ton of research, I stumbled up the Impact High Anxiety Crate and it has been a Godsend. I took a good week to train her that it was OK to go in there. I even climbed in it myself (stop laughing) so she could see it was no big deal. We had gotten the largest one since she is so big, so getting it in myself was easy. LOL. Anyhow......after the first time of her staying in there, we noticed some clawing and bite marks on the bars, but she was not hurt, her teeth were fine and she did not cause any damage. Most importantly was the fact that she was safe and could not hurt herself. YES, it's very expensive, BUT it is so worth the money. Our home is no longer getting destroyed, and our girl is not in any danger of hurting herself. We call it her "room" and after owning it for about a month now,…IDImpact Dog Crates11 months ago
Thank you for your support! We are thrilled you pup is staying safe!
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- LCLauren C.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars10 months agoWorth Every Penny
During the pandemic we rescued a dog from a pretty rough situation. We knew he had some issues with anxiety/separation anxiety but honestly had no idea just how bad it was. It only took a few days before we realized plastic and wire crates weren’t going to be an option. He bent, ate, squeezed and body slammed his way out of 3 or 4 of them in his first two weeks with us, the last of which only lasted about 15 minutes. After that we went through several “indestructible” and “inescapable” “steel” crates. All of which, with some work, he was able to eat his way right through. He hurt himself several times, lost a few teeth and nails etc etc etc. The last incident, he got out, and proceeded to try to eat his way through the front door and we came home to a bloody kitchen. We were torn, not wanting to give up on our sweet boy, but out of options to keep him safe when we weren’t home. After a night of research and tears we decided to make one last ditch effort and order this high anxiety crate. It arrived fairly quickly, and with two sets of hands we were able to unbox it, attach the door guard and have him set up in twenty minutes. THIS CRATE WAS A GAME CHANGER. It’s been a few weeks, and we’ve had absolutely no issues. His first time in, he tried to scratch his way out for a few minutes, but quickly gave up. Since then, he hasn’t even attempted to escape. He seems comfortable and happy, there’s not even been any of the whining he normally would do when he was crated. When we’re…IDImpact Dog Crates10 months ago
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