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Single door folding metal dog crate, iCrate measures 42 Length x 30 Width x 28 Height inches & is suitable for large dog breeds
Dog crate includes a free divider panel, durable dog tray, carrying handle, "roller" feet to protect floors & a "MidWest Quality Guarantee" 1 year Manufacturer's Warranty
2 heavy duty slide bolt latches (per door) securely lock dog crate door in place keeping your dog safely inside their pet home
Easy assembly & portable dog crate, sets up in seconds w/ no tools required for assembly & dog crate folds flat for convenient storage or travel
Durable design creates a safe place for your pet while you're away & provides for your dog's instinctual "den" instincts. Patented rounded corner clips greatly reduce possible sharp-points your dog's crate for a safer experience for you & your dog
Adjusts to suit your growing dog divider panel cuts housebreaking time in half by keeping puppy from eliminating in one end and sleeping in the other

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Congratulations on such a clueless comment, nkx1!
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That sounds nice and all, but if dogs truly liked cages, then cages wouldn't need a door. The truth of the matter is that a dog doesn't truly want to be in a cage any more than a human wants to be in a cage. The only reason dogs like cages is because you condition/brainwash them to "like" cages. If you truly want to know whether or not a dog likes a cage, then take off the door and never put it back on. My guess is that the dog wouldn't spend a whole lot of time in there after the brainwashing wears off.

Have you ever owned a dog before? SMH

I'm guessing you think a dog would prefer the freedom of roaming the streets looking for food and scraps and finding a nice hard place to sleep at night vs a comfortable home where the family loves them and treats them well.
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Have you ever owned a dog before? SMH

I'm guessing you think a dog would prefer the freedom of roaming the streets looking for food and scraps and finding a nice hard place to sleep at night vs a comfortable home where the family loves them and treats them well.
Yes, I have had dogs before, and yes, all pets would probably enjoy a loving home. I don't consider locking something in a cage "loving" unless its required to go to the vet or something.
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Yes, I have had dogs before, and yes, all pets would probably enjoy a loving home. I don't consider locking something in a cage "loving" unless its required to go to the vet or something.
You sound like the type of person that lets your dog do whatever they want because it would be "abusive" to establish any types of rules or boundaries.
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Yes, I have had dogs before, and yes, all pets would probably enjoy a loving home. I don't consider locking something in a cage "loving" unless its required to go to the vet or something.
You lock your dog in the house/property? Tisk tisk. If your dog truly loved your place, you wouldn't need to lock it inside your property
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You sound like the type of person that lets your dog do whatever they want because it would be "abusive" to establish any types of rules or boundaries.
I don't have a dog now. They are too much work. If I did, it would be well-trained but would not be forced into a cage.

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You lock your dog in the house/property? Tisk tisk. If your dog truly loved your place, you wouldn't need to lock it inside your property
Is this really your argument? A joke, maybe? Comparing a house and backyard to a tiny cage is a pitiful failure of logic and reason. My condolences for your lack of mental horsepower.
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My bedroom and bed is my dog's den. She has never been caged, doesn't respond well to it. This works if your dog LIKES cages, and associate a cage with the feel of a den. Remember not all dogs are the same and not all of them think cage is a den.

Dogs normally don't like to / shouldn't crap and urinate where they sleep and eat. As long as people make sure the dog understand that... It's fine. There's nothing to argue about. Everyone is different. Keeping them in a cage isn't the same as locking them up in a cage. Keep that in mind.
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JUST in time I really needed this. thanks good posting OP
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I don't have a dog now. They are too much work. If I did, it would be well-trained but would not be forced into a cage.



Is this really your argument? A joke, maybe? Comparing a house and backyard to a tiny cage is a pitiful failure of logic and reason. My condolences for your lack of mental horsepower.
Just a bigger cage you twit! Congrats on a worthless post!
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not bad thanks op
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Does it come with a puppy together or Crate only?
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Does it come with a puppy together or Crate only?
Sure mate. They will add cat as well Smilie
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Note: other brands have similar products that normally cost as much as this "sale price".
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