Ergonomic plastic pet crate for cats and small dogs. Completely removable top plus front and back opening. With care and storage hatches. Use car seat belt to secure. Colour: Grey...further informationProduct description
Ergonomic plastic pet crate for cats and small dogs. Completely removable top plus front and back opening. With care and storage hatches. Use car seat belt to secure. Colour: GreyThe key advantage of this transport box is that the top section can be completely removed, whilst it is also possible to open it from either the front or the back. Two lift-up doors, one either side allow you to easily get your pet into the carrier, or take them out.
Ventilation grilles in the top and bottom sections of the carrier allow for air movement and keep your cat or dog from getting too hot when they are being transported inside the box.
The lockable care hatch in the top of the box is an innovative addition to this pet carrier. You can use the care hatch to give your pet a treat or a reassuring stroke during a long wait at the vet’s or on a journey. The compartment opposite the care hatch can be used to store pet essentials such as treats or leads.
Secure click-lock fastenings and a sturdy integrated carry-handle ensure that the pet crate is easy to transport.
Plastic pet carriers are easy to keep clean and hygienic, making them a perfect alternative to fabric carriers. Its ergonomic design makes the Nobby Avior excellently suited to carrying cats, small dogs, and even rabbits or guinea pigs.
Nobby Avior Pet Crate at a glance:
The lead pictured in the storage compartment is not included with this product and is shown for size comparison only.
How to choose a cat carrier:
Choose a carrier based on your cat's adult size. The carrier should be high enough to allow the cat to stand up, and wide enough for it to lie down and turn around comfortably.
Allow your pet some time to get used to being transported in the pet carrier. Gently accustom your pet to the carrier by simply allowing it to spend time inside with the door open. Once your pet is used to the box, you can close the door with your pet inside and leave it for a short while, and then gradually increase the time spent with the door closed. Try to take short test drives in the car at first before undertaking any long journeys. The carrier should never be used as a punishment but rather be seen by your pet as a safe, positive place.