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Zinger Winger Aluminum Dog Crate

Zinger Winger Aluminum Dog Crate

With an all aircraft grade aluminum construction, the Zinger Winger Aluminum Dog Crate is lightweight but sturdy in one size (24 inches wide by 28 inches high by 36 inches long) that will hold any canine up to 120 pounds.

A silver powder coat finish provides a tough exterior along with durable stainless steel slam-type lockable latches and solid bar-type doors. The unit features ventilation on the back, front, and both sides for airline approval and can be shipped by UPS to arrive in easy-to-assemble parts.


Contact: Zinger Winger; (800) 351-8411; www.zingerwinger.com


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