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Where to buy airline dog crates?

Where to buy airline dog crates?

Postby Ovechkin » 17 Dec 2014, 19:28

I am preparing to take my dog home with me and want to get her a comfortable crate for her flight with me back to the US. Any recommendations on places in Taipei? Thanks!
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Re: Where to buy airline dog crates?

Postby Belgian Pie » 17 Dec 2014, 21:20

There is a store I know on Heping west road sec.3 in Taipei where all the pet/bird stores are ... saw it last week that they had the flight crates.
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Re: Where to buy airline dog crates?

Postby kahuna415 » 19 Dec 2014, 09:41

When were you planning on leaving? And what size is your dog? I have a crate that I brought back to Taiwan that's Airline spec, but its too small for my dog and I will need to get a larger. I'll be back in Taoyuan next month to see if I can sell it. Either way, I hope you can get your dog home. I'm working on mine as well.
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Re: Where to buy airline dog crates?

Postby Ovechkin » 19 Dec 2014, 17:02

Hi Michael, my dog is about 7 kg but will probably be at 10kg or more by the time I decide to leave. Do you have a pix of the crate? maybe you could PM me pix and info. thanks!
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Re: Where to buy airline dog crates?

Postby kahuna415 » 20 Dec 2014, 23:43

It's a Petmate Sky Kennel 36 inches L X 25 inches W X 27 inches H

I also purchased some hard point fasteners separately because they stated that the ones came with them would be rejected by the airlines. I will throw in with the crate as well.
I had this flown over, but would like get to what I paid for originally.

http://cdn.rayallen.com/images/uploads/ ... nnel-p.jpg

When were you planning on leaving? Reason is that the crates in Taoyuan and Im in Hualian and will be back next month.

I would hate to hold you back on finding one locally, if you could wait a month let me know.

btw...this is a good read.

http://www.animalstaiwan.org/exportanimals_en.html
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Re: Where to buy airline dog crates?

Postby cake » 23 Dec 2014, 15:01

I seem to remember the Yang Ming vet saying he can get hold of the crates.
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