PetPlanet Sloping Dog Cage with Mat

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The PetPlanet Sloping Dog Cage with Mat is designed to fit the boot interior of most cars and SUVs.


  • Secure 2 bolt latches on the door
  • Comes with a comfy non-slip mat
  • Has an easy to clean removable plastic tray
  • Epoxy coated metal to provide excellent corrosion resistance
  • Folding suitcase style with handle for easy transport
  • No tools required for assembly.

Customer Notice: Petplanet recommends following advice on cage training and dogs should not be left unattended until they are happy being confined. This is not a pet carrier and not recommended for carrying pets. 


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Great by lynnelewis on 10 October 2019

Ordered dog crate for new car. Unfortunately it was too big so called to return. Customer service was fantastic. Item picked up Monday and refunded by Thursday. Fabulous.

Fits Outlander PHEV by Brian N Turnbull on 23 September 2019

Perfect size for my dog and car.

Great purchase by Karen on 18 July 2019

Bought the medium sized crate for my 2 jack russells and was not disappointed. Both dogs fit in comfortably and have room to spare. The crate was also just the right size to fit in my C3 Aircross car. Very happy.

Fits 2018 Toyota Rav4 Hybrid by gavin54 on 15 April 2019

Fits 2018 Toyota Rav4 Hybrid.

Perfect fit for springer spaniel by Lina Striskaite on 1 April 2019

I can confortably open cage door in the car and my springer spaniel has no trunle geting in or out of it. He has enough space to sit and lay there. Fits perfectly in my skoda karoq.

Ok by TL on 2 October 2019

The large size crate fits in my 2016 Nissan X Trial. The crate fits well with the depth and width but it could do with being slightly higher. If you have a dog bigger than a Labrador than this cage is not for you. We have a 35kg lab and when he stands up his back is level with the crate, he is fine when lying down but I think we will be changing it soon.