TOUGH, RUGGED, HEAVY DUTY & EASILY PORTABLE PET, DOG & PUPPY CARRY CAGE CRATES
by DANIEL JAMES PRODUCTS
5 GREAT SIZES TO CHOOSE FROM:
(L)24″ x (W)16.5″ x (H)19″ or (L)61cm x (W)42cm x (H)48.5cm
(L)30″ x (W)17.5″ x (H)20″ or (L)76cm x (W)45cm x (H)51.5cm
(L)36″ x (W)22.5″ x (H)25″ or (L)91cm x (W)57cm x (H)63.5cm
(L)42″ x (W)27″ x (H)30″ or (L)107cm x (W)69cm x (H)75.5cm
(L)48″ x (W)29″ x (H)32″ or (L)121cm x (W)74cm x (H)80.5cm
These crates are easily transportable and come with a removable tray and carry handle.
LIGHTWEIGHT & FOLDABLE
2 x DOORS
EASILY TRANSPORTABLE WITH CARRY HANDLE
REMOVABLE TRAY FOR EASY CLEANING
BLACK POWDER COATED WITH NON-TOXIC COATING
WARNING: PLEASE BE CAREFUL PURCHASING CHEAPER, LOWER GRADE CAGES WITH LIGHTER METAL AND HARD EDGES WITH CHEAPER POWDER COATING THAT HAVE NOT BEEN SAFETY TESTED
Why does your beloved pet need a cage?
By purchasing a crate it should be robust but light enough to be practical and transportable, as your pets crate will probably be used to provide a secure vehicle transportation method and a familiar “home from home” when staying away from their normal environment. All dogs/puppies instinctively look for their own den to call home. With proper training your dog/puppy will look upon their cage as their den and feel perfectly at home.
Terriers, Yorkshire, Border, Boston, Fox, Jack Russell, Manchester, Norwich, Silky, Tibetan, Toy Fox, Australian Bichon Frise, Brussels Griffon, Chichuahua, Chinese Crested, Japanese Chin, Maltese, Miniture Daschund, Minature Poodle, Papillion, Pomeranian, Pug,
Shih Tzu, and any similar puppy or dog.
American water spaniel, Basenji, Bedlington Terrier, Cairn Terrier, Clumer Spaniel, Daschund, French Bulldog, King Charles Spaniel, Lhasa Apso, Minature Pinscher, Minature Schauzer, Pekingese, Scottish Terrier, Shetland Sheepdog, Tibetan Terrier, Welsh Springer Spaniel, Welsh Terrier, West Highland Terrier, and any similar puppy or dog.
American Pit Bull Terrier, Basset Hound, Beagle, Border Collie, Brittany Bulldog, Chinese Shar-Pei, Cocker, Corgi, Dalmatian, English Springer Spaniel, Finnish Spitz, Labrador, Retrievers, Pointer, Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier, Spaniel, Springer, Staffordshire Terrier, Whippet, and any similar puppy or dog.
Border Collie, Bearded Collie, Boxer, Golden Retriever, Labrador, Airedale Terrior, Saluki, Dalmation, Irish Setter, Pointer, Rhodesian Ridgeback, Siberian Husky, Belgian Malinois, Standard Poodle, or similar puppy or dog.
Airedale Terrier, Australian Shepherd, Bearded Collie, Belgian Malinois, Belgian Sheepdog, Belgian Tervuren, Border Collie, Boxer, Chesapeake Bay Retriever, Chow Chow, Dalmatian, Doberman, Golden Retriever, Ibizn Hound, Irish Setter, Labrador Retriever, Normal Poodle, Rhodesian, Ridgeback, Saluki, Standard Poodle, Standard Schnauzer, Vizsla Weimaraner, Afghan, Alaskan Malamute, Anatolian Shepherd, Anatolian Shepherd, Bernese Mountain Dog, Bloodhound, Bouvier Des Flandres, Briad, Bullmastiff, Collie, Doberman Pinscher, Dogue De Bordeaux, German Shephard, Giant Schnauzer, Gordon Setter, Greyhound, Komondor, Kurasz, Old English Sheepdog, Otterhound, Rottweiler, Samoyed, Siberian Husky, Weimaraner, and any similar puppy or dog.
Why use a dog cage?
With all around vision your dog will not feel isolated as can see what is going on.
Assists with bark prevention.
Portable – can take it with you on journeys or holiday, providing a mobile Home for your dog.
Dogs will not use their home as a toilet. (accidents excepted!)
The best place for your cage.
You should select an area of the house which has frequent activity such as TV or family room.
Your pet should not feel isolated or alone when using the cage.
The cage should not be used for punishment.
During early training cage can be moved.
Do not leave in direct sunlight or area where dog can overheat.
It is important that your pet associates the cage with comfort and safety.
Do not rush the training process and ensure that your pet is happy before closing door or leaving alone for any period of time.
Ensure that your pet has already “relieved” itself before using cage.
Put comfortable bedding on crate floor and do not leave space for toilet activities.
Put treats inside cage, you need to encourage your dog to spend time inside
Initially do not lock cage door until your pet is happy to use cage
Do not force your pet inside cage, or use cage as punishment.
Once your pet is happy using cage then can start to close door for short periods.
Extend periods with door closed so that your pet is used to cage door being closed while you are in the house.
This way there will not be an association with you leaving when the door is closed.
When your pet is comfortable for extended periods with door closed you can leave your pet for short periods, then gradually increase time spent away.
If leaving for more than 1 hour leave water for the pet.
When leaving or returning do not make a big fuss.
Keep the fact that you come and go as low key as possible.
Do not keep your pet caged all day and then again all night. They need to have plenty of exercise and emotional activity.
You need to create a welcoming environment for your pet in the cage and with good training the pet should want to spend time inside.
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