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When Should You Consider Getting an XXL Crate?

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When Should You Consider Getting an XXL Crate?

Having a dog is one of the best things you can do, especially if you have a family. They offer comfort and can be a great way to get out of the house and go for a walk. As well as having the dog, crating them is also of great importance. Crating is sometimes seen as a nasty thing to do for your dog but, in reality, it can make them feel more secure and safe. A crate acts like a den for your dog and provides a number of benefits. This is truer for puppies and toilet training, as...

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How to Measure Your Dog for an XXL Dog Crate

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How to Measure Your Dog for an XXL Dog Crate

How to Measure Your Dog for an XXL Dog Crate  Your dog isn't just an animal. It's your furry family member and it's up to you to give your dog the quality of life he or she deserves.  Part of their health and safety comes from ensuring they have the right sized crate for sleeping and traveling. Some dogs will need an extra large dog crate to live comfortably and safely, but larger crates aren't always the best option for every dog. In fact, using a crate too big for your dog can make it more difficult to train or house break them....

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Great Dane – Fun Facts and Crate Size

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Great Dane – Fun Facts and Crate Size

  Great Dane Quick Facts AKC recognized in 1887 Lifespan: 8 years Size: Large Energy: Medium Recommended Crate Size: 54” dog crate*  Return to the main Dog Crate Sizes Breed Chart. Table of Contents Introduction Breed Appearance Nutrition Grooming Exercise Pet Crate Size More Information Introduction The Great Danes are indeed an interesting pet, originally bred as a boar hunting hound. They do not need much exercise. However, they require lots of space and should not be kept in a small apartment. This German breed is indeed a good companion and is typically not aggressive towards people. One thing to...

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