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The Pro Value "suitcase-style" wire crate by Great Crate provides safety, security, ventilation, and visibility for your pet in a durable wire kennel. Constructed from heavy-gauge wire, this sturdy crate is built to last, yet will fold in seconds, making it easy to store and transport. Features 2 doors for easy access (front and side).
Dimensions: 30"L x 19"W x 21"H
No assembly required -- ready to unbox and use
Dead-bolt style latches stay secure
Durable black epoxy finish
Rounded corners and close wire spacing for safety and strength
Three-point locking mechanism eliminates space gap at the top and bottom of door frames
Convenient carry handle
Washable long-lasting polypropylene leak-proof pan with hook latch
Provides great air circulation and ventilation
Easy to clean
Simple to store and transport
No small parts
Folds flat in seconds -- can be carried "suitcase style"
Why You Need a Dog Crate:
Vets and trainers recommend crates because dogs instinctively want a personal territory and a safe, secure comfort zone to fulfill their need to "den." Dogs also prefer to keep their sleeping areas clean and dry, so a crate offers a positive solution to house-training and typically reduces house-training time. Additionally, dog crates and kennels are highly recommended to reduce destructive behavior and control chewing behavior.
How to Choose the Proper Size Dog Crate:
Choosing the proper size dog crate for your dog should involve a number of considerations. Depending on the gender and the possibility of mixed ancestry, your dog may need a crate that is larger or smaller than the one listed. Please consult your pet professional for additional guidance.
When selecting the proper crate for your pet, his size is more important than his weight. A pet should have a crate 6" longer than his body length and 6" higher than his shoulder height for maximum comfort.
When using a crate for housebreaking purposes, the crate should be sized so that your dog can lie down comfortably, stand up without having to crouch and easily turn around in a circle. If the crate is any larger, your puppy might learn to soil one end and sleep at the other. If you are crate training a puppy, consider using a crate that includes a divider panel. This will allow you to purchase a crate based on the expected adult size of your dog and will allow you to adjust the living area inside the crate as your puppy grows.
1000 Crate -- For dogs up to 10 lbs.
Breed examples: Chihuahua, Maltese, Pomeranian, Toy Poodle
3000 Crate -- For dogs up to 40 lbs.
Breed examples: Beagle, Boston Terrier, Cocker Spaniel, Dachshund, Miniature Schnauzer, Shetland Sheepdog, West Highland White Terrier
4000 Crate -- For dogs up to 70 lbs.
Breed examples: Australian Shepherd, Basset Hound, Border Collie, Chow Chow, Dalmatian, English Bulldog
5000 Crate -- For dogs up to 90 lbs.
Breed examples: Boxer, Doberman Pincher, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever, Siberian Husky
6000 Crate -- For dogs up to 110 lbs.
Breed examples: Neopolitan Mastiff and other Extra Large Breeds
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