Midwest Life Stages Double-Door XX Large Dog Crate

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Extra Extra Large Dog Crate Details
Crate Name:Midwest Life Stages
Crate Size:48"L x 30"W x 33"H (XX Large)
Crate Style:Double-Door
Crate Material:Metal w/Durable Black Finish
Crate Warranty:One Year Limited Warranty
Dog Weights:90+ lbs
Dog Breeds:Alaskan Malamute, Bernese Mountain Dog, Bloodhound, Giant Schnauzer, Great Dane, Great Pyrenees, Greyhound, Neopolitan Mastiff, Newfoundland, Old English Sheepdog, Rottweiler, St. Bernard and other dogs of a similar size.

Midwest Life Stages Double-Door XX Large Dog Crate Review

When you want some extra accessibility to your dog cage, the Midwest Life Stages double-door XXL dog crate is an excellent choice. You should only buy a really big dog crate like this if you actually have a big dog. Smaller dogs should not be kept in a huge crate because it will be an ineffective training device.

Crate training is quite possibly the best way to house train your dog. You can often train your dog in half the time using a dog crate and they are also very effective in helping to modify behavior problems in your dog.

You will get a number of free accessories with all Midwest dog crate sizes like a divider panel, easy to clean plastic tray, non-skid feet, slide bolt latches and rounded corners. They are also great to use on an airline because they are foldable for easy storage and travel. The free divider panel gives you a great way to change the size of your dog crate to adjust to the growing size of a puppy. This will allow you to buy a crate for a full grown dog and use it through their entire lifespan.

Midwest dog crates are extremely reliable and long-lasting, plus they come with a free one year warranty and do not require tools to assemble.

Generally, the double-door dog crates are a little more expensive than the single-door versions of the same model and size. The small amount of extra money it will cost can often come in handy. The second door is very useful for puppies that need a lot of close attention, plus it gives you an easy way to get to the back of the cage without having to crawl inside of it.

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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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