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Seller: Top-Rated Seller uk-pet-products (31,346) 99.9%, Location: Horsham, Ships to: GB, Item: 133100752773 Value Dog Crates & Puppy Cages Standard Cage Dog Crate Designed For House Training and Using as "Dog Den" Perfect With Bedding & Bowls Our Dog Cages Are Not Designed To Contain Distressed\Anxious\Aggressive Dogs These Are NOT DESIGNED to contain agressive, nor over anxious pets All Sizes Are Approximate - May Vary Slightly. We strongly Advise that if you are buying for a young Dog or Puppy that you do not buy a Dog Cage that is too big for them. The larger cages are designed for Large Adult dogs. Puppies or too smaller Dog may be able to get themselves or paws trapped in the larger gaps. Small Dog & Puppy Crate 23.5" x 16.5" x 19.5" (60cm x 42cm x 49cm) Two Doors - Single Lock - Metal Tray Medium Dog & Puppy Crate 29.5" x 17.5" x 20.3" (75cm x 45cm x 52cm) Two Doors - Single Locks - Metal Tray Large Dog Crate 35.6" x 22.6" x 25.6" (90cm x 57cm x 65cm) Two Doors - Twin Lock - Metal Tray Extra Large Dog Crate 42" x 27"x 29.5" (106cm x 68cm x 75cm) Two Doors - Twin Locks - Metal Tray XXL Dog Crate 47.5" x 29" x 32.5" (121cm x 74cm x 823.4cm) Two Doors - Twin Locks-Metal Tray Buy Just A Dog Cage Or Choose From Three Bed Choices Including a Dog Cage Plus You Can Add Two Stainless Steel Hook On Dog Bowls Free Fast Delivery Orders Are Dispatched Every Working Day By 1pm Premium Parcel Services Used Order Before 1pm Monday to Friday & Your Item Will Leave That Day Dog Training Advice Using Dog Crates As House Training Tool Our UK-Pet-Pro Dog Cages are not designed as containment cages for aggressive, distressed or anxious pets. Do Not Leave An Anxious or Distressed Pet Alone Unattended In ANY Dog Cage Always Ensure Your Pet Is Happy Before Leaving Them Alone. An Anxious Or Aggressive When Crated Pet Could Damage Either Themselves Or The Dog Crate. Please Ensure Your Pet Is Happy Before Leaving Them. Ensure You Do Not Use A Dog Cage That Is Too Big For Your Pet Why Use A Dog Cage? An indoor crate is a useful training tool for owners of dogs of any age. It can be used for house training, travel, prevention of and assistance in resolving behavioral problems and of course provides a safe and secure place to sleep. Dogs enjoy sleeping in den like areas and in the wild will seek safe enclosed areas to rest and sleep that provide protection from the weather and a feeling of safety and security away from the hustle and bustle. A Dog Crate is the equivalent for today’s domestic dog, just think of it as a home within your home! Dog Crate training is appropriate for any age of dog, but the earlier you begin the better. In fact you may probably find your breeder will already have your puppy familiar with a crate, which will also make the settling in period a lot less stressful for your puppy. That’s not to say older dogs cannot be trained to use a crate. You may find that an older dog is a bit more resistant to trying out a crate but by gradually building up their confidence and with plenty of encouragement, you will soon have them accustomed to their new resting place. The following guide will help you select the most appropriate crate for your dog and help with the introduction and use of your chosen crate. Step One - What Size Dog Cage Should I Use? If you are buying a crate to house train a young puppy we would suggest you will need to get one that will only be in use for 3-5 months. Buy one that will suit his/her growing needs while you house train. When this time is up your young Dog will be Crate trained and clean in the house, you can then decide if you want to carry on using a Dog Crate. This will be a personal decision your Pet will be used to the Dog Crate it is just if you want to have one up to be used as a Den or not. You might feel it will be handy to have a Dog Cage Folded flat available for use if you take your pet on holiday or stay away from home. At this point you can choose the Dog Crate size that most suits you breed of Pet when they are fully grown. You can buy a full size Dog Cage for your puppy for use for their whole life, this is the least expensive route but poses a few hurdles. Firstly when they are small puppies you will need to block off most of the Dog Crate so they cannot treat an area as a Toilet. You can do this with empty card boxes. The other problem is if they are not happy in the cage, the downside to using an oversized Dog Cage is that the bars will be far enough for a Puppy to bite together. Although they are puppies they have very heavy closing pressure to a bite and the bars may well break. Also their paws will be small enough to maybe get caught in the bars. The Smaller cages the bars are too close together for this to happen. Manual sizing for ADULT dogs - Measure from the tip of the nose to the base of their tail. Then add 1-4 inches to allow for stretching and turning. Puppies do the same but allow for two-four months growth so 6-10" depending on breed. When House training using a crate it is important that your Puppy does not have an area in the cage large enough to use as a toilet area. Dogs do not use their sleeping area as a toilet and this is how you encourage good house training using a Dog Crate Step Two - How Do I Use The Dog Crate? Where should the crate be positioned? Once you have selected the correct Size of Dog Crate, it’s time to select an appropriate location in your home. When choosing where to put your crate you should consider the following: Choose a draft free area. Choose an area away from radiators, direct heat and direct sunlight. Select an area away from doors and windows. Select an area where your dog feels included within the family, but provides an area where they can rest without being disturbed. Once you’ve chosen a suitable location you are ready to erect your crate. Our Dog crates can be erected and dismantled in seconds and fold flat for easy carriage and storage. It’s recommended the first time you erect the crate, you do so without the dog being present to ensure a good association from the beginning. The idea of providing a safe and secure den area can be enhanced by partly covering the top third of the crate with a blanket to enhance the den like feeling of security. Place suitable bedding into the crate to make it a warm, comfortable and inviting place for your dog. We’ve a selection of Dog Crate Mats & Dog Cage Beds to choose from this eBay listing. Introducing a dog to the crate should be a gradual process. Leave the door open and place some tasty treats inside, so when your dog explores they are rewarded for their efforts. Once they are comfortable going in and out of the Dog Cage, you can begin to feed your dog each mealtime in the dog crate to further strengthen the good association. It’s important to spend time with your dog, getting them used to the Dog Cage so it becomes a secure, safe haven for them. Encourage your dog to rest in the Dog Cage whilst you sit beside them, offering reassurance and comfort until they become familiar with the new resting place. Once your dog is comfortable with using the Dog Cage, begin closing the door for short periods whilst staying with your dog, before slowly introducing unsupervised periods. Remove all leads, collars and tags from your dog when using the Dog Crate. Do not leave your dog unsupervised for a long period. Never leave your dog alone with toys or items likely to cause injury. Ensure your dog is content when using an dog crate. Step Three - House Training With A Dog Crate? The use of a Dog Crate is one of the most effective ways of house training dogs and this applies to puppies, adults and rescue dogs. It is a dog’s natural instinct to keep the place where they rest and sleep as clean as possible and by using a Dog crate you will reduce the likelihood of accidents indoors. This will teach your dog the correct area to relieve itself from the beginning without the need for newspaper, which can ultimately slow down the house training process. Puppy Pads can however be a useful stop gap solution to soak up any accidents during the training process. Dogs need to relieve themselves at regular intervals, for example after sleep, play and meal times. By using a crate you can introduce a good house training routine from the beginning. A dog will indicate when it needs to relieve itself by becoming restless, circling, whining or sniffing the ground. As soon as you notice these indicators, take the dog to the relief area, use a ‘cue’ word such as ‘Be Quick’ to encourage it to relieve itself, then praise and reward your dog for relieving itself in the correct place. This routine will soon teach your dog, the correct place in which to relieve itself. In the early days of owning a new dog, it is important to keep the crate close to the bedroom at night so you are alerted to any indication that the dog may need to go outside. This inconvenience at night should only be short lived with an adult dog and by the time a puppy is 4-5 months old, they should be well on the way to being fully house trained. To assist with training it’s important to provide your dog with a good quality diet and a regular feeding pattern, in order to develop a good relief routine. Once your dog is able to hold himself or herself regularly overnight, you can if desired begin to move the indoor crate towards the room where you would like your dog to ultimately sleep. All Text & Images Are Subject To © 2019 UK Pet Products Ltd We Enforce Our Image & Text Copyright No Copying Without Prior Consent Condition: New, Dog Size: S,M,L,XL,XXL, Material: Steel, Brand: UKPet Pro, Type: Folding Cage, Nominal Crate Size (Length): 24 in,30 in,36 in,42 in,48 in

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