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Dog Crates, Pens & Gates - Safe Spaces For Home Or Away
Dog kennels, crates and accessories create a safe, dedicated space for your furry friend to settle into at home when visiting on the road or anywhere in between. Our wide selection provides safe shelter while accommodating your dog's instinct to hole up. From house-training your new puppy to keeping furniture free of chew toys, crates and kennels can be an effective training tool while preventing the development of destructive habits.
Because choosing the right dog crate is critical to your pet's well-being, we offer a variety of crate materials and sizes to fit your pup's needs. To find the right size crate, consider whether your furry friend can stand, turn, and lie down comfortably. If you're shopping for a puppy, it's okay to buy a dog crate that's appropriate for their size and use dividers to adjust the space as they grow.
Indoor and outdoor dog crates are other alternatives you should consider. During moments of stress, they can serve as a peaceful and safe retreat for your pup. Some pet parents prefer plastic dog kennels over wire dog crates because they are easier to handle when transporting pets in a car or aeroplane. One thing to keep in mind when purchasing a dog house is the size. If it's too big, it could lead to the soiling of your furry friend's dog house, while a dog house that's too small will create a cramped space, and your dog won't feel comfortable.
Our selection of accessories is an easy way to make your four-legged friend's crate or kennel more inviting. With orthopaedic and memory foam dog beds, you can create cosy sleeping spaces that relieve pressure points and provide added comfort. .
Dog houses and crates are handy house-training tools that make it easier for young dogs to live indoors. They also come in handy if your dog gets injured or sick. Instead of chasing your furry friend around to make sure he's safe, dog crates restrict his movements and keep him comfortably contained. Before you put your dog in the safe zone, introduce him to crate training with patience and consistent training sessions. Are you ready to find the right solution for your dog? Browse Dogbox and get free delivery on orders of €25!
FAQs about Dog Crates & Kennels
How big should a dog crate be?
They need enough room to stand up, turn around, and lie down in the crate. We recommend measuring the length from the nose to the base of the tail and then adding between 5 and 10cm.
How long can a dog stay in a crate?
Your dog's ability to stay in his crate depends on a few factors, including his age and size. Regardless of these factors, all dogs should be let out of their crate regularly for walks and potty breaks. Your dog should not be left alone in the crate for more than four or five hours during the day and can sleep in the crate overnight if he is comfortable in it.
Should I put my dog in a crate at night?
You can. After crate training your dog, it becomes your dogs' bedroom. If you use positive reinforcement, your dog will find that the crate is a haven to retreat to when he gets tired or nervous.
What should you put in a dog crate?
Items in the dog crate should be chew-proof and waterproof, or easily washable. Chew toys are good choices to keep your dog occupied and distracted from destroying his bedding. In general, don't leave water in the crate, especially when house-training, as your pup can quickly fill his bladder.