Yours Droolly Double Door Large Dog Crate
In the wild, dogs naturally live in dens. Their natural instincts drive them to find a small space to sleep and find warmth and security. Most dogs don’t want to be near their own waste and make an extra effort to keep their space clean and dry, making an excellent tool for toilet training. Don’t be surprised if while company visits, during a bad storm, or any other uncomfortable activity. Your dog will see their new Crate as their sanctuary, safezone, life-long home, and den.
- Assists in toilet training
- Transporting pets
- Provides security & comfort
- Front & side door openings
- Easy to set up & fold down
- Chew proof
|Dimensions L x W x H
|61 x 46 x 48cm
|Toy Poodle, Sky Terrier, Shih Tzu, Pomeranian, Cavalier King Charles
|76 x 48 x 53cm
|French Bulldog, Jack Russell Terrier, Cocker Spaniel, Beagle, Staffordshire Bull Terrier
|91 x 58 x 63cm
|Australian Cattle Dog, Irish Setter, Bulldog, Dalmatian, Border Collie
|106 x 71 x 76cm
|Labrador Retriever, Boxer, Doberman Pinscher, Old English Sheepdog, Greyhound
|122 x 76 x 81cm
|German Shepherd, Great Dane, Alaskan Malamute, Irish Wolfhound
Your puppy crate should be large enough so that your dog can stand up, turn around and lie down comfortably, but not much bigger.
Although it’s tempting to purchase an oversized crate to give your pup more room, doing so can derail the potty-training process by giving your pup the space to go to the bathroom at one end while staying dry at the other.
Pet parents with large breed pups can anticipate their pup’s growth by purchasing the largest sized crate their dog will need when they’re fully grown and using an adjustable crate divider to keep the available space inside the right size.