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"I crate my two dogs together because they get along well" I've seen that this can work for short periods for adult dogs that get along well, but for longer periods or younger dogs it is best to get a second crate so that they can both be comfortable and not have any arguments in a tight space.
"Is it possible if my two dogs are more comfortable together in one large crate to fly them in one together that is larger, so they keep each other company?"
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Whether you want to step up to a 42" crate really depends on your preference. For ease of use, the two door versions are normally better. The side door allows the dogs to enter the crate and turn to the left and right.The Life Stages Ultima Triple Door Folding Dog Crate is both heavier duty and three door. Just like the double door crate, it has a door on one end and a door on one side that both hinge on the left. The triple door crate also has a door on the other end that hinges to the right allowing even more flexibility in how you place your crate. The advantages of the triple door crate is that it has more access and is heavier duty. In addition, if you have multiple dogs, you can get a crate large enough for both and use the divider panel to separate the dogs. Because of the door on each end, the crate can be a home to two dogs. Tell me more about: .The first beautiful decorative indoor wooden dog kennel built for two dogs! It's more than a wooden dog crate, but truly inspiring dog crate furniture!We currently have three dogs. Two are crated at night, one is not. Also, if we're going to be out for a bit and the weather is such they're not outside, it would be the same (2 in, 1 out). But the two that are crated love their crates.If you have three dogs, you should have at least two crates. Dog A and Dog B in the crate, Dog C out working. When Dog C is done, she goes into Dog A's crate, and Dog A gets to work for a short time, and then goes into Dog B's crate. And so on.Unless your dogs or cats are very small, they will not be able to travel in the same crate together. And even if your pets meet the weight requirements to travel in the same crate together, it can still be risky to put them in the same container. As a safe alternative, we recommend well in advance of the flight to get your pets used to being in the same area but in different crates. For the most part, airlines keep pets together throughout transport anyway, so your pets will never be far from each other -- they'll just have their own comfortable space.
Ultimately, think about it from your perspective. You may love your husband, wife or best friend, but would you want to sit in their lap all the way to or ? Space can be good for pets, just like it's good for humans. Help your pet get used to their crate ahead of time and you'll have two smiling faces in two roomy crates when you pick them up at the airport.