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Precision Pet Great Crate

Instinctively, dogs want a personal territory and safe, secure comfort zone of their own to fulfill their need to "den". Dogs prefer to keep their sleeping areas clean and dry. A crate offers a positive solution to house-training and minimizes destructive behaviour. This is your dog's bedroom.

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Description

Designed to Compete in Quality and Price:
 

·  Double Doors Add Flexibility at Home and in the Car
   (Top Door on Sizes 1000 and 2000;
   Side Door on Sizes 3000-6000)

·  Safer Rounded Corners and Closer Wire Spacing for Added Safety and Strength
·  Fully Assembled and Ready to Set Up
·  Convenient Carry Handle
·  Superior Leak-proof Plastic Pan
·  Available in Six Sizes

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Sizes
#2000 - 60cm x 45cm x 50cm suitable for up to 11kg, e.g. Dachshund
#3000 - 75cm x 48cm x 55cm suitable for up to 18kg, e.g. Beagle
#4000 - 90cm x 58cm x 65cm suitable for up to 30kg, e.g. Border Collie
#5000 - 105cm x 75cm x 77cm suitable for up to 40kg, e.g. German Shepherd, Rottweiler
#6000 - 120cm x 75cm x 82cm suitable for up to 60kg, e.g. Great Dane
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Why do Dogs Love Crates?
Dogs are, by nature, den animals and feel secure in small, enclosed spaces. Most dogs will seek out a place in your home that will mimic a den. You will often find them sleeping under a table or desk. Dog crates make excellent dens and can serve as a refuge, a hangout and a bedroom. It is very important that the dog crate is never used as punishment - the crate must always be regarded as a safe and special retreat.

The most common misconception about a dog crate is that it is a cruel form of caging a pet. This is completely false, and in fact, a dog will actually find a crate to be a secure and safe sanctuary in the same manner as a wolf enjoys the comfort of a den for resting and eating.
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