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dog is just about 16, she can no longer get in car so I pick her up and set her on the front seat. she is about 30lbs
 

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This is a larger crate - not the biggest, and our hound dog is long, tall but thin at about 40 lbs. We also have a smaller, older beagle mutt that's about 15 pounds, and her crate fits just fine next to the big one.

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TransK9. It's expensive, $850. I need a rear crate as we stage at K9 trainings 2-3x a week, the dog needs to be secure with the rear hatch open for ventilation.
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TransK9. It's expensive, $850. I need a rear crate as we stage at K9 trainings 2-3x a week, the dog needs to be secure with the rear hatch open for ventilation.
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Any reason for going TransK9 over the Variocage?

Additionally, is there anyway I could impose upon someone to measure the rear tailgate opening for me (height and width)? I’m trying to figure out what size crates I can fit, which is a bit difficult when I don’t even have the car yet.
 

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TransK9 has walls, Variocage is a cage, my dog swims a lot, my rear cargo area stays pretty clean. TransK9 latches/locks don't fall apart like Variocage and it's cheaper.
 
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