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PAWD

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Pink
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  • • PAWD is not approved for FAA; however, a collapsed unit can be checked in.

    • PAWD currently comes in only one size; we are planning to produce bigger sizes soon.

     

Customer Reviews

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Love our PAWDs

We have three brussels griffons and each griff has their very own pawd. They take naps & go right in their pawds at bedtime. These are extremely well designed. They fold up very easily for traveling. No sharp corners, easy to clean and I love how the open door can be swung around to the side wall of the pawd so it is totally out of the way. Highly recommend.

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R.A.
Love this

Very nice and very cute kennel

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L.R.
Love the PAWD

I love the PAWD, it’s the perfect size crate for my new dachshund puppy and he feels so much more comfortable in and goes in on his own unlike his wire crate!

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My happy home

Hello, Pawd community. My name is Vienna and I am a long-haired miniature dachshund. My mommy and daddy bought me a PAWD so I can have a little place of my own. I absolutely love it! They got me this pretty pink mat for the inside and I feel like a little princess when being a lazy bones im my PAWD crate. It so cool, when we go on trips they fold it up and I have my little house wherever we go. Oh hold on, my daddy has something to add.

Hi there, we love our PAWD crate. it is soooo much nicer than the metal ones and the fabric ones, well, Vienna likes to knaw at the seams and zippers :(
This crate is lightweight and well constructed. I'm so glad that we found PAWD for our little Vienna.

On an important side note, Amy and the PAWD team's customer service is second to none. You will absolutely love the product and the service!

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L.R.
Love how PAWD looks and functions

I really love that PAWD looks like a piece of modern furniture, and appreciate how the closure works; my new pup was able to Houdini his way out of his old wire crate within a week or two of adopting him, but he's remained secure in PAWD. My only complaint is that--with a small breed like he is (chihuahua)--he's chewing the dickens out of the frame. He's a puppy, so he's still teething, and I guess he's decided that he likes to chew around the holes of the PAWD crate, which is a real bummer because it kind of ruins the aesthetic. And because he's so small, he's able to stick his nose through a hole and dig in. Not sure if there's any way to address this design-wise (and here's hoping he'll grow out of this behavior), but I figured I'd let you all know about my experience in case it can help in future design choices! Thanks for making a lovely product!