Midwest Life Stages Double-Door Medium Dog Crate

Midwest Life Stages Double-Door Medium Dog Crate Review

The double-door version of the Midwest Life Stages medium dog crate is an excellent product for just a couple of dollars more than the single-door crate. With an extra door, you will be able to have access to your dog and things inside of it’s cage with ease. Make sure you do not buy a dog crate that is too big for your dog or else it will not be useful for crate training.

If you are buying a dog crate to use for house breaking your dog, it will help you train your dog in less than half the amount of time. It is also a great tool for use with behavior modification in dogs or for discipline. Even if you are just tired of your dog tearing apart your house while you are working or sleeping, a dog crate will solve all of your problems.

You will get a free divider panel and an easy to clean plastic tray that you can remove from the dog cage. The divider panel will let you change the size of your dog crate, which is great for puppies and can allow you to buy a single dog crate for the life of your dog.

Midwest dog crates also include free safety features such as dual sliding bolt latches, non-skid/non-scratch feet and rounded corners to prevent injury to yourself and your dog. They will also convenient fold up so you can travel with your dog crate or put it away for easy storage.

There really isn’t a better dog crate than a Midwest crate and millions of people across the world have already figured this out. Owners trust these dog crates to stand the test of time, often still looking and working great 10 years or more after buying them. To top it all off, you will not need a single tool to put your dog crate together or fold it away.

If you are in the market for a medium dog crate, spend the extra couple of dollars to get a double-door crate. You will usually only buy one dog crate for the entire time you have your dog, so you want to be sure to get something that will be easy to use and the double-door dog crate is just that. Cleaning, retrieving items and animal care are a piece of cake with a second door to your cage.

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