2 Doors Dog Cage Pet Folding Suitcase Cat Crate Kennel 18″ 20″ 24″ 30″ 36″ 42″ 48″ with ABS Pan Tray
Folds down easily – take it anywhere!
Size 24″: 24″(L)x 17″(W) x 19″(H)
Size 30″: 30″(L)x 18″(W) x 20″(H)
Size 36″: 36″(L) x 22″(W) x 25″(H)
Size 42″: 42″(L) x 27″(W) x 30″(H)
Size 48″: 48″(L) x 29″(W) x 32″(H)
Fully assemblied. Just open and fold.
Rounded Edges – Safer for puppy
Material: low carbon steel wire Durable Electro-Coat Finish. 2 doors for each cage, one on the side, one on the front. Tough Coated ABS Pan: Deluxe and Easy to clean! No Divider.
How to Crate Train a Dog
Getting Start to Crate Training a Dog
Start familiarizing your Dog with his box immediately by leaving the box open while he is in his house so the Dog can come and go at will. Place a stuffed toy, chew toys, bedding, and one of your old shirts or shoes in the cage to encourage your Dog to visit her frequently. Whenever you should leave the house, and you can not carry your Dog with you, you should lock your Dog in the cage. Some puppies need a comforting sound, like a clock alarm, to help them settle down, especially the first few days. If your Dog is one of the smaller breeds, you may want to place a litter box in the cage so you will not have to take time out to go to the bathroom. This is especially useful for apartment dwellers,
Why have to Crate Training a Dog
Keeping your curious Dog locked up in the cage while being alone at home helps prevent injuries as well as sphincter accidents. The box becomes a space of the Dog and provides a sense of security. Puppies love to chew; Therefore, drawer training keeps your Dog from chewing on your toys instead of your new shoes and furniture. Human companions tend to be a bit angry when their Dog destroys the house and leaves small accidents on the carpet while they are away, but the drawer training can keep everyone in the family happy to have a Dog. Some families also keep their Dog in their cage when they are asleep, because they are unable to monitor it.