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Everything You Need To Know About Pet Crates - The Ultimate 2018 Guide

Pet crates are one of the best things to get if you have a cat or dog. They are so useful and not enough people use them. Pet crates provide you and your pet with an array of benefits and there are a ton of things you couldn’t do without one. They are often seen as a cruel means to confine the animal and restrict them from freedom. However, they actually can be incredibly helpful for a variety of reasons, especially if you have a pup who is experiencing a new environment. Pet crates come in a range of sizes...

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English Springer Spaniel – Fun Facts and Crate Size

  English Springer Spaniel Quick Facts: AKC recognized in 1910 Lifespan: 12-14 years Size: medium Energy: medium Recommended Crate Size: 36” dog crate* Return to main Dog Crate Size Breed Chart. The English Springer Spaniel originates from England. They are the descendants of the Norfolk or Shropshire Spaniels from the 19th century and was recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1910. Standing 20 inches tall and weighing 50 pounds, the male English Springer Spaniel is a tough and speedy hunter (the female English Springer Spaniel is an inch shorter and 10 pounds lighter). It is the 26th most popular breed...

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Bull Terrier – Fun Facts and Crate Size

Bull Terrier Quick Facts: AKC recognized in 1885 Lifespan: 12 – 13 years Size: Medium Energy: High Recommended Crate Size: 36" dog crate* Return to main Dog Crate Size Breed Chart. Clownish and playful are good descriptions of the Bull Terrier. Given its muscular build, the Bull Terrier may appear unapproachable, but it is an exceedingly friendly dog, with a sweet and fun-loving disposition that is known for its obedience and agility. The Bull Terrier can be all white or colored. At the start of the 19th century, Bull Terriers were developed to satisfy the needs of controlling vermin and animal-based blood...

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Kerry Blue Terrier – Fun Facts and Crate Size

Kerry Blue Terrier Quick Facts: AKC recognized in 1922 Lifespan: 13-15 years Size: Medium Energy: Medium Recommended Crate Size: 36" dog crates* Return to main Dog Crate Size Breed Chart. The Kerry Blue Terrier is a breed that originated in Ireland. This dog is also called by Irish Blue Terrier. This breed was initially used to hunt rabbits, foxes, rats, badgers, and hares. As time went on, this dog was also used for other purposes such as herding sheep and cattle. Some people use this dog as a guard dog. Nowadays, most people commonly use Kerry Blue Terriers as a companion...

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English Setter – Fun Facts and Crate Size

English Setter Quick Facts: AKC recognized in 1884 Lifespan: 12 years Size: Small Energy: Medium Recommended Crate Size: 36” dog crate* Return to main Dog Crate Size Breed Chart. Originating from England, these dogs were bred to hunt for small birds. English Setters are a part of the same family as other breeds like the Gordon Setter and Irish Setter. The male dogs standing as tall as 25-27 inches while the females stand two inches shorter. Adult male English setters weigh between 65-80 pounds while the females weight between 45-55 pounds. English Setters are elegant and friendly and known as the...

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