Transport your pet in safety and style with the IMAC Linus Cabrio Transport Box! It is particularly comfortable, with two sliding closures and a top that opens completely. This allows your anxious, bristling pet to enter into the carry case and be taken out in a less stressful way. Four stable screw caps can be mounted on the removable metal door, on the left and right. This allows for easy, quick opening of the IMAC Linus Cabrio Transport Box and secure closure of the mesh door. The large, integrated ventilation holes in the roof and back wall of the IMAC Linus Cabrio Transport Box ensure sufficient airflow through the box, so that your pet receives plenty of oxygen as it travels. The light yet robust IMAC Linus Cabrio Transport Box is made from high-quality plastic in Italy and has a closed base and fold-down carry handle. It is easy to clean, a practical and stylish carrier for journeys and vet visits. IMAC Linus Cabrio Transport Box at a glance: Stable plastic transport box Ideal for transporting cats and small dogs up to approx. 6kg With convertible roof: the roof can be completely opened with two sliding sections, so that your pet can go in and out with little stress Removable metal mesh door: can open to the left or right, as well as completely removed Robust screw caps: for easy locking of the mesh door With retractable handle Integrated ventilation holes: in the roof and back wall, ensuring sufficient light and air circulation inside the box Closed base Easy cleaning 100% made in Italy Colour: black/brown Material: Box: 100% plastic Mesh door: metal Dimensions: Total dimensions: 50 x 32 x 34.5 cm (L x W x H) Inner dimensions: approx. 46 x 31 x 30 cm (L x W x H) Entrance: 26.5 x 25.5 cm (W x H) Top opening: 33 x 19 cm (L x W) Upper ventilation openings: approx. diameter 1.1cm Mesh spacing: max. 2.5 x 10 cm (W x H) Weight: approx. 1380g Max. capacity: approx. 5-6kg Tips for training: Help your pet to get used to the carrier by introducing it gradually. Start by letting your pet relax inside the carrier with the door open, then move on to short periods with the door closed. Gradually increase the amount of time your pet spends inside the closed carrier, and take your pet on some short test runs in the car before trying a longer journey. The carrier should never be used as a punishment, and should provide your animal with a safe, positive place where it can feel comfortable and secure.