A Dog Crate is a Safe Retreat
Crate trained dogs find comfort when they have an enclosed space they can call their own. Create a safe retreat and include a cosy cushion or blanket and your dog will go to their bed when they are scared, overwhelmed or tired. In many instances you will find your pup curled up in their crate during thunderstorms or in the case of a firework display.
Use the Crate as a House Training Tool
When welcoming a new puppy into the home, crate training can help considerably with potty training, resulting in fewer accidents. Dogs and puppies do not like to soil their sleeping place, so use the crate as a dog bed to modify behaviour.
Crate Rest and During Healing
Unwell dogs find refuge, calm and safety when in an enclosed area, such as their crate. Minimise stress when transporting to the vet, or during healing from sickness or injury when back at home.
Crate On the Move
A crate gives you peace of mind that your pet is safe and secure when traveling. It also doubles as pet bed giving your dog a familiar comfortable place to rest when away from home.
Canvas dog crates are not suitable for all K9s.
If your dog becomes agitated when confined or is a chewer, the fabric crate might not be able to withstand them when chewing or scratching at the mesh material and could get free. Where dogs have figured out how to open the zipper entrances, we suggest you link a paperclip through the two zippers to secure these in place.
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