Vari Kennel Size : Small (Series 100)
Perfect for housebreaking, the Petmate Ultra Vari Kennel is an ideal training kennel and for safe traveling with your pet. Each kennel features a tough durable plastic shell construction with easy-open squeeze latch, wire vents on the side walls, an interior moat to keep pets dry and tie-down strap holes on the perimeter for zip-tie installation and extra security during airline travel. This Petmate kennel is easy-to-assemble hardware with no tools required. Meets most air travel requirements. Please contact your specific airline before traveling for verification of their requirements. Plastic made in the USA, other components imported. Handle not included.
Size Reference - (*sizes are measured overall exterior & interior)
|Sizes||Measurements (Exterior & Interior)||Net weight of crate only*|
|Small (Series 100)||21"L x 16"W x 15" (Exterior) / 17"L x 14"W x 14"H (Interior)||net weight 7lb|
|Medium (Series 200)||28"L x 20.5"W x 21.5"H (Exterior) / 24"L x 18.5"W x 20.5"H (Interior)||net weight 15lb|
|Intermediate (Series 300)||32"L x 22.5"W x 24"H (Exterior) / 28"L x 20.5"W x 23"H (Interior)||net weight 18lb|
|Large (Series 400)||36"L x 25"W x 27"H (Exterior) / 32"L x 23"W x 26"H (Interior)||net weight 23lb|
|Extra Large (Series 500)||40"L x 27"W x 30"H (Exterior) / 35"L x 24"W x 29"H (Interior)||net weight 27lb|
|Giant (Series 700)||48"L x 32"W x 35"H (Exterior) / 44"L x 30"W x 34"H (Interior)||net weight 44lb|
*Be sure to check with your airline well in advance of your travels to learn about their individual requirements.
Choosing the right sized kennel for your pet is crucial to making crate training a positive experience. Kennels come in all sizes, from small to giant, to accommodate most dog breeds. So, what's all the fuss about kennel sizes? Well, imagine your pet trying to stand up, turn around or sit down in a kennel that's too small for him. The best way to select the perfect kennel size for your pup is to measure him from the top of his head to the floor, then from the tip of his nose to the base of his tail. The height of the kennel should be 3-4 inches taller and longer than your pet so there's ample space to fully stand up, easily turn around and comfortably lie all the way down! Too small and your pet will be uncomfortable; too large and your pet might attempt to use the bathroom in his space.