This a sturdy, large metal dog crate has all the bells and whistles: double doors, to set up for side or front access; a composite plastic pan, which makes for easy cleaning and won’t rust, corrode, retain odors, or warp; and a folding design and plastic carrying handles, to make it easily portable, among others.
Dog Cages & Crates: Drs. Foster & Smith Great Elite Classic 3 Door
Take heavy-duty, high-gauge metal wire, coat it in a chip-proof powder-coated finish, and add in a durable, steel-lined tray that locks securely into place, and you have this ultra-secure, folding kennel, one of the most versatile and best large dog crates available. It’s strong; it’s portable; it stores easily; and it has three convenient doors (front, back and side) with that double-latch for safety.
Midwest Solution Series "Ginormus" Double Door Dog Crate | Petco
Designed for both in-home use and for pets on the go, this kennel offers the features seen in the best large dog crates: a folding design that collapses to just 4” tall, and that pops up into a full-sized, all-steel, high-tensile strength metal dog crate. Multiple doors stay secure with slide-bold latches, and a durable coating renders the kennel corrosion-, rust-, and fade-resistant, even in tough climates.
54" L X 37" W X 45" H, For dogs 111-190 lbs
Note: the lighter weight is because the wire used to build the crate is thinner and spaced further apart than other models. iCrates are suited to calm and well-behaved dogs, so if your dog is particularly active, or you believe he'll try to escape, then we suggest that you consider another Midwest wire crate, such as a Life Stages Double Door model.These are triple-door crates, having a door on both ends and a door on one side. The end doors are hinged on different sides so they swing open differently. The Select crates are very versatile; wherever you need to put it, one of the doors should be easily accessible. The doors are also removable without tools, which means you can let your dog come and go as she pleases, but still put her away when you need.Note: the lighter weight is because the wire used to build the crate is thinner and spaced further apart than other models. iCrates are suited to calm and well-behaved dogs, so if your dog is particularly active, or you believe he'll try to escape, then we suggest that you consider another Midwest wire crate, such as a Life Stages Double Door model.Because the doors are on the ends of the crates, this means that one door faces inside the vehicle and the other door faces the tailgate. This gives you options on how the dogs enter the crates. For example, on the way to their walk they can enter through the vehicle, but if Fido takes an unexpected swim, or gets particularly dirty, you can send him back in to the crate via the tailgate!