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Airline Carrier Giant 100 X 67 X 75cm

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I254127-Airline Carrier Giant 100 X 67 X 75cm
I254127-Airline Carrier Giant 100 X 67 X 75cm

Product details

Extra Large
Life Stage
Kitten, Puppy, Adult, Senior
Airline carrier built to IATA guidelines
Care instructions
Allow time for your pet to be become familiar with its 'Travel House' prior to travel and include a familiar toy or blanket inside. Ensure your pet drinks plenty of water and is well hydrated prior to their flight. We recommend checking with your airline for their specific pet carrier requirements.
Be sure that your pet will be able to: • Stand up straight inside the carrier • Lie down without being cramped • Turn around inside the carrier We advise that you check the size of your pet before purchasing a travel house. Ensure that the future size of the breed is considered when choosing your travel house. Dimensions: 100 x 67 x 75cm Maximum weight: Up to 50kg Examples of suitable breeds: Rottweiler, Bernese Mountain Dog
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