we have a gsp that the medium fits well. he has destroyed two other crates in the time it takes to get groceries and come back. so far this one has been able to hold him only sustaining some scratches on the door.
I was skeptical due to price, and my dog had gone through literally 6 crates in less than 2 months. But when this crate came in it was incredibly easy to set up, my guy loves it so much its not a struggle to get him in it, he goes right in! He cried the first couple days but now he's completely happy and settled, he has never done that in any other crate!
It folds easily for travel and fits perfectly in our camper.
So thankful because now we can travel without worrying about finding a dog sitter!
Thank you for your review, Michaela!
Ive got a 200 lb Mastiff who is currently in a 54" crate and when he had an anxiety attack he managed to bend some of the bars. A 48" would be too small for him. Attached pic is from a year ago when he was only 150 lbs LOL
Does Impact have any plans to make any crates larger than 48" in the near future?
Our largest size available currently is the 54-inch Collapsible model. Our 48-inch size is the largest High Anxiety crate and the larger 48-inch is available for the Stationary crate. Feel free to chat with our reps and we'll be happy to help you choose the best crate size!
The Berber pad has been great.... The first pad Luna has not eaten out of Borden well hasn't yet
My 70 lb golden doodle was happy to use the old wire crate and something happened over night one night. The next day Buckley would not go in the crate if he was dragged in. I think he may have gotten his paw stuck in the crate wires and had to work his foot out. Once he got the Impact Dog Crate, he was willing to go in without problems. It is nice to have a useable crate for my dog again!
That's great to hear that Buckley feels comfortable while crated again!
My 8 month old shepherd loves to chew everything. It’s been a month and he hasn’t destroyed it, it actually looks brand new. I’m shocked! It isn’t super cushion-y but he willingly will go and lay on it so he doesn’t seem bothered by the firmness. It’s also super easy to clean. Definitely worth the money!
We appreciate your review, Shannon!
LeeAnn, thank you for your review!
We have the 42 high anxiety crate. We are pleased with the quality. We know the dog is safe and cannot hurt himself. One thing we had to do is put our border Collie in with him. So the crate is large enough for our 51 pound border Collie and the Aussie/ Husky.
Thank you for your review, Deborah!
Beverly, thank you for your review!
I'll be honest, I was a bit skeptical about paying this much for a dog crate. I love my dog and I love nice things so I went for it. I am blown away by the quality - the feel of the handles, the door latch, and the light weight construction are fantastic. I highly recommend Impact!
We appreciate you recommending our crate, Sarah!
Thank you for sharing, Joyce!
I love my kennel 30 tall
It is solid and quiet and I have high hopes of lots of years of good service .
I did find the instructions a bit out dated, but the company was able to clear up discrepancies.
Thank you for your feedback, Nancy!
I have had a storm-phobic dog in the past. It was devastating. Coming home some nights to a home with walls torn down and windows smashed, paws torn open on drywall screws and other sad and terrible injuries, all I can say is I wish I had had this crate 10 years earlier.
When my new puppy began to show signs of anxiety I was terrified. I considered even finding him a new home. Luckily I came across the anxiety crate and decided to take the chance. The cost is prohibitive but worth every penny. Spirit loves his little den, the crate is working to relieve his stress, and my husband and I are spared the emotional strain.
This is a great product. I highly recommended it.
Spirit is adorable! We're happy to hear that this crate has helped relieve his stress and provide you with peace of mind.
First crate for our 9 month old husky, it’s such good quality. You definitely get what you pay for, I just wish there was a bed made for it. Having trouble finding a perfect fit.
We appreciate your feedback, Patrick!
Thank you for your review, Joshua!
My Northern Inuit 10 month old puppy has gotten out of every crate I have put him in and also has separation anxiety and has made crate training very difficult. I needed a crate that I knew he would be safe in and not be able to get out of. He really likes the impact crate he goes in it and will just take a nap without me ask him to go into his crate. He stayed in the crate while I had a 20 minute errand to do and he did very well he wasn’t in complete panic mode when I got back. I just let him out and he was relaxed what a big difference from all the other times he was left in his crate. I got the high anxiety impact crate 48 inches I chose that large on because my pup has a lot of growing to do his dad was 118lbs my pup is 74.5lbs and is 42 inches from tip of tail to tip of nose
We appreciate your thorough review, Dawn. We're happy to hear that your dog is much more comfortable in his new crate. Beautiful pup!
overall amazing experience! Payment processing, delivery and overall experience was hassle free!
We appreciate your review, Brittany!
Thank you for your review, David. Beautiful pup!
My white German Sheppard coyote mix loves her Jurassic Park raptor cage.
Only cage she has not been able to get out of.
My dog loves it ... and even the cats are snoozing in it when the dog isn’t using it! Looks much nicer than our ok’d wire crates, too!
I would not jump to saying that my husky “loves his crate”... but it is definitely effective. I had to get a larger crate as he is 60lbs, and they are kind of heavy and the collapsible is a little challenging to set up as one person. But bottom line, it’s safe and secure and he can’t destroy it!
Thank you for your review, Meghan!
We have a gsp that has separation anxiety and has caused over $10,000 in damage due to vet bills and house repairs. He finally has a kennel that he can’t get out of, won’t get hurt, and can’t cause damages. We did have to put the high anxiety covers over the door but after that he just lays down and waits to be let out. This kennel is worth far more than what we paid.
We're happy to hear that your GSP finally has a safe crate!
I was VERY hesitant on spending so much on a dog crate. However, my 1 year old Springerdoodle ate through a plastic AND wire kennel, and I knew that she could injure herself escaping from another similar crate. I have been so frustrated with cleaning up after her messes in the house after being gone for as little as 45 minutes, so I bought the high anxiety crate. LET ME TELL YOU: Our pup has a completely new demeanor regarding the crate. She settles, is more calm and NO ACCIDENTS. No eaten/destroyed home goods!
This Crate is worth its weight in Gold.
Arden, we're so happy to hear that your pup feels more calm in her crate and that you finally have peace of mind!