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Why Crate Train Puppy Dog and What Size Pet Cage Should I Buy For Australian Breeds?

Posted by Ajay Katragadda on

Why Crate Train Puppy Dog and What Size Pet Cage Should I Buy For Australian Breeds?

Why use a dog crate? By providing a crate and good crate training, your puppy will see the crate as their home. They will keep going back to the crate for some quiet and relaxing time. We at PetJoint also recommend covering the crate with a cover to give your pet a sense of safe and secure place when they are tired or scared. Crating your dog will keep them safe when you cannot supervise them By crating your puppy for short duration of time, they will learn bladder and bowel control. They will learn to ‘hold it’ as long...

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Extra large kennel with balcony

I have a 5month staffy X collie that absolutely loves his new out door home. Perfect size for him enough when he grows up. We have had a lot of rain here on the Gold coast and there has be no leaks so he has stayed dry.
Was impressed with the fast delivery and no damage while in transit. Great quality wood, would highly recommend purchasing.
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Perfect crate

This is the perfect size for my German shepherd who has plenty of room to stretch out. Great value and a very speedy delivery. Thank you

Thank you for delivering a product that was as described.

Extra large dog kennel

The kennel itself is ok quality. The roof arrived damaged however and has buckled already with the wet weather we have had. Not as strong as I had hoped for to be honest.

A good purchase in overall

The enclosure worth the money, however there are some drawbacks.

It is spacious for one adult cat, not sufficient for two though. The hammock is only big enough for a kitten, so didn't use it. Also didn't use the ladders as the cats seemed to find them uncomfortable.

The clips that secure the metallic cage to the base don't hold, so had to drill some holes and use bolts with nuts for proper stability.

As one of the cheapest options on the market, it is still recommended with the above notes in mind.