Review: Doskocil Ultra Fashion Vari Kennel

The Vari Kennel is the key to safe, hassle-free travel for your pets. Featuring durable wire windows, covered door posts, rear vents, heavy duty kennel fasteners and a secure locking door. Meets USDA and IATA requirements for shipping live animals. Fits pets up to 29 tall.” Product Features Durable wire windows with rear vents Heavy

The Vari Kennel is the key to safe, hassle-free travel for your pets.

Featuring durable wire windows, covered door posts, rear vents, heavy duty kennel fasteners and a secure locking door.

Meets USDA and IATA requirements for shipping live animals.

Fits pets up to 29 tall.”

Product Features

  • Durable wire windows with rear vents
  • Heavy duty kennel fasteners and a secure locking door
  • Features 25% recycled materials
  • Meets USDA and IATA requirements for shipping live animals
  • 39 inches long x 26 wide x 30 inches high for pets up to 29 tall”


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Comments

FuzzySlippers "Fuzz" says:

Great carrier but no rear vent I bought two of these carriers, size small, and they are perfect for a large cat. I love the peacock blue color and it is pretty darn close to what is pictured – a rich blue – very nice! I put rubber feet on one carrier so they can be stacked and not slide apart.The only complaint I have about this carrier is that there is no rear vent as stated in the description; maybe there is a rear vent in the larger sizes? It didn’t matter for my particular use, but a more accurate description…

C. Foster says:

Vari Kennel Ultra I love the Petmate Kennels. We are hobby breeders and our dogs are trained to sleep in them at night. Overall the Vari Kennel Ultra gets a thumbs up. It’s well built and a good value for the price. My one complaint is that they have a couple of bumps molded into the center of the bottom of the kennel. It is right in the area where the dog would sleep. When I received the first one, I thought perhaps it was a factory second. It almost looked like a molding for a handle which should not be…

Victor says:

We have a 13 year old pug who developed diaebtes earlier this year. I have been giving her injections twice a day (in increasing amounts with the vet’s recommendations) for the last five or six months. She eats a lot but is getting thinner and bonier. She is nearly blind with cataracts and is starting to run into things. She sleeps most of the day, but is still fairly perky in the mornings. The biggest problem we are having is that she is very incontinent and will suddenly pee copious amounts without any warning to us, or even to herself I suspect. We have her on Proin, but it’s not working. She is ashamed and we are frustrated she just peed on our couch today (after urinating on another couch earlier in the year) and our carpet is shot. She drank five bowls of water this morning and it all came out. She used to be a mostly indoor dog, but of course we are having to have her outside most of the time now, including sleeping outside instead of in our room because of her incontinence (she has soaked through her bed). She seems confused at the changes. We keep taking her to the vet and upping her medicines (insulin and Proin) she usually has a plateau period of a few weeks and then goes back to drinking a lot and peeing a lot. We are now thinking maybe the time has come to put her down. We have two children who love her dearly we are thinking maybe it makes sense to do it now before school starts, and before the cold and rainy weather sets in. Leaving her out in the garage all day seems cruel. But because she is not totally comatose in her behavior, we are unsure. The vet won’t advice yes or no. He just keeps upping her medicines and telling us what our options are (cataract surgery etc) while at the same time telling us she only has about a year left and how her life will deteriorate.

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