PP Kennel Range
For all your pet transporting needs!
Why we are approved for airline travel
Our PP range kennels have been moving live animals for over 20 years now. As we gained more experience and awareness of animal transport safety over the years we have modified our design to provide safer and more comfortable trips for your beloved animals.
We hope to increase general public awareness on safety for live animal transport by sharing our knowledge.
The IATA Live Animals Regulations (LAR) is the global standard and the essential guide to transporting animals by air in a safe, humane and in a cost-effective manner.
In summary, the IATA LAR requires the following:
The container must be large enough for the animal to stand, turn around and lie down.
Separate food and water containers must be provided and accessible for replenishment purposes.
Adequate ventilation with at least 3 sides with majority of ventilation being provided from the upper part of the container.
The container door must be constructed so that accidental openings cannot occur, either from the inside or the outside.
All interior edges must be smooth or rounded to avoid animal injury.
The container must be well constructed and rigid enough to withstand freight movement and prevent the animal from escaping through gaps.
This is our 2nd generation design of the PP range and a lot of attention to details has gone into improving our original design to make them more user friendly as well as safer and more comfortable for your animals.
The weight of the cages increase significantly when an animal is enclosed. Our handles are contoured to reduce extra straining and pain on your hands when lifting the cages.
Larger sized crates have 2 handles attached.
Latches on the bottom crate with finger space to allow easy carriage by users.
This is especially important on larger sized crates with heavier animals inside.
Ledge behind doors
Ledges are built in on both the top and bottom crate to ensure that the door cannot swing inwards to frighten the animal or endanger their space.
Cable tie holes
Some airlines will require the crates to be secured with cable ties in order to board the plane.
Holes are in place on the four corners of each crate for this purpose.
Holes are also available on the top and bottom to secure the door to the plastic crates for additional safety.
Our screw are made of strong plastic and solid steel which fasten the crates together.
They can be easily assembled and tightened by hand (no tools required).
We are proud to present our extensive range of sizes available to suit different needs!