Midwest iCrate Single-Door XXL Dog Crate

Midwest iCrate Single-Door XXL Dog Crate Review

The Midwest iCrate Single-Door series is quite possibly the most affordable of all of the Midwest dog crates. The XXL dog crate is made for the largest dogs, 90 pounds or more, and should not be used for much smaller dogs unless the dog will be growing to this size.You get a free divider panel and plastic tray that is removable and easy to clean. The divider panel will let you control the size of your dog cage so you can adjust it to the size of your dog. This is especially useful if you will be buying a puppy and want to use a single dog crate for it’s entire lifespan. Standard safety features included in every Midwest dog crate are skid-free feet, slide bolt latches and rounded corners. You can even fold the crate for easy storage and traveling.

The iCrate is different from the standard Life Stages series in a few ways. Some of the sizes have a slightly different height and width – the iCrate has less of each. The XXL iCrate is actually the same size as the XXL Life Stages crate. The iCrate is also more affordable than the same sized Life Stages crate, although specific prices of the models can vary and sometimes you will be able to get a Life Stages crate of the same size for less money.

Be sure to compare current prices before you make a final decision. Besides being smaller, the iCrate is generally cheaper because of the wire mesh. They are slightly more spread out and thinner on the iCrate series. If you will be using your dog crate for traveling, the iCrate can be a smaller and lighter alternative. If you are buying a dog crate for your house, then the more durable Life Stages crate will be better in the long run.

Midwest dog crates are known for their durability and can last for a long time. Millions of dog owners all over the world trust Midwest to provide them with a safe, quality product for an affordable price. Dog crates are one of the best ways that you can house train your dog and can even help reduce behavior problems.

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