Pet Ego A.U.T.O Carrier
Designer Pet Carrier
This sturdy pet carrier is designed for small to medium sized pets. Its durable molded plastic frame has a steel door that can be secured shut with the turn of a knob. It has an easy grip, soft to the touch handle and four large knobs that give the look of a real automobile! Its belt inserts can be used to secure the carrier as a car seat while driving and its bright colors are sure to stand out in a crowd.
It comes with a soft padded insert that provides a great level of comfort for your pet. It is surrounded with ventilation holes so that your pet can not only get a free flow of air, but it can explore its world outside while remaining safe on the inside.
Features of the A.U.T.O Carrier:
- For small to medium sized pets
- Durable plastic frame
- Steel door secures shut with the turn of a knob
- Easy grip handle
- Four large knobs
- Use the belts to secure the carrier as a car seat
- Includes soft padded insert
- Holes on sides for ventilation and visibility
- Assorted Colors
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Dimensions: 20"L x 14.5"W x 13"H
Manufacturer: Pet Ego
Product Number: TP6001GR
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