Midwest iCrate Single-Door Small Dog Crate

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Small Dog Crate Details
Crate Name:Midwest iCrate
Crate Size:24"L x 18"W x 19"H (Small)
Crate Style:Single-Door
Crate Material:Metal w/Durable Black Finish
Crate Warranty:One Year Limited Warranty
Dog Weights:11-25 lbs
Dog Breeds:Border Terrier, Boston Terrier, Jack Russel Terrier, Miniature Dachshund, Maltese, Miniature Pooldle, Tibetan Spaniel, Yorkshire Terrier and other dogs of a similar size.

Midwest iCrate Single-Door Small Dog Crate Review

Of all Midwest small dog crates, the iCrate single-door dog crate is the cheapest. Other models of this size of dog crate easily cost $2-15 more than this one.

This dog crate comes with a free divider panels that lets you change the size of your dog crate to suit your dog’s size. This means you will only have to buy one dog crate for the entire lifespan of the dog. Millions of pet owners already trust Midwest to make them a quality product, making them one of the most popular manufacturers of dog crates in the entire world.

You will also get a removable, easy to clean plastic tray in case your dog has an accident while crate training. The crate even folds up for easy traveling or conveinient storage. You also get some great safety features like rubber corners, skid-free feet and secure slide bolt latches.

The iCrate is a slightly smaller dog crate than the standard Life Stages models. There is less width, height, wire mesh spacing and wire mesh thickness to provide you with a more affordable dog crate. Some people may want a more durable Life Stages model for home usage, but the iCrates make a great traveling dog crate.

If you want to house train your dog, prevent them from destroying your things and discourage them from misbehaving then a dog crate is your answer. There is not a better way to house break a dog than with a dog crate.

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Dogs have a long history with humans and should be treated with respect. From dog training, care, breeds and crates, I hope to offer you all the information you need to give your dogs the comfort and support they deserve and make your own life better in the process.

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