There is no doubt that your dog will do absolutely anything to escape before they get used to being confined within the crate. They will bite at it in which case the Y pattern grid comes in handy protecting both the pooch and the crate.
They will try to claw at and push the door open. Here, it is the sturdy frame and the anti-escape locks that you will have to thank for keeping the pooch in.
Dogs will put anything in their mouth if they can get away with it. They will definitely chew on and lick on the dog crate whether it is out of boredom or during their escape attempts. Fortunately, the Smonter crate is coated with a non-toxic finishing product.
In addition to being safe for your pooch, the coating also promotes the longevity on the already very durable frame. It comes in especially handy for units set up outdoors due to the sun and moisture exposure.
It is set on wheels
Having a crate on wheels may not seem like a big deal to most people. However, given how heavy this steel dog crate is, the wheels are definitely a welcomed convenience. The best part is that they can rotate 360 degrees which comes in handy when maneuvering tight spots to get it where you want it.
You also do not have to worry about the doggy rolling away as they move about in the crate or rock it in their escape attempts. This is because the wheels feature a lock mechanism that is very easy to use.