MidWest® Life-Stages Single Door Folding Dog Crate
LifeStages Single Door Dog Crate w/Divider Panel and Plastic Pan 42″ x 28″ x 31 ..
Dogs are highly social animals that make wonderful pets; however, with the lifestyle and schedule of the majority of families, dogs must learn to spend a portion of the day alone at home while their human family is away. During those times when you are away and unavailable to supervise, the pet may still feel the need to chew, play, explore, eat, or eliminate. These behaviors can be very distressing and can be damaging to the home. Training the dog to spend time in a crate will prevent these undesirable or unsafe activities.
LifeStages® single-door and double door dog crates by MidWest Homes for Pets® are designed completely around the safety, security, and comfort of your dog. LifeStages® crates set up easily in seconds, do not require tools, and can be assembled by almost anyone.
LifeStages Double-Door Dog Crates | MidWest Homes for Pets
Life Stages Dog Crate - Midwest Pet Products
Midwest Lifestages Double Door Dog Crates are designed with great attention to detail. The crates fold and transport easily, and when they are in use you'll find details like these rounded corners for your safety. Features include safe and secure slide-bolt latches, rounded corners, a durable satin-black Electro-Coat finish, and a removable, washable plastic pan for easy cleanup in the event of an accident. LifeStages® crates also come with a free divider panel for use while your puppy is growing. Simply choose the size of crate that your dog will need when it reaches its full adult size. The divider panel will allow you to adjust the length of the living area while your puppy grows, keeping the living space small enough to reduce the chance of your puppy eliminating in one end and sleeping in the other.Lifestages double door dog crates are versatile, and come with an end door, and a side door. They resist active dogs, and are ideal for many pet owners. If you want the single or three door model dog crate, choose , or dog crates. Crate training can be a necessary training tool, yet it need not be a lifestyle. A crate can also be very damaging to the psyche of a growing puppy or an adult dog if they haven’t been properly trained with one.However, with the lifestyle and schedule of the majority of families, dogs must learn to spend a portion of the day at home, while their human family is away at school, work, shopping, or engaging in recreational activities. During those times when you are away and unavailable to supervise, the pet may still feel the need to chew, play, explore, eat, or eliminate. These behaviors can be very distressing to owners and damaging to the home. Confining your dog to a play area with its toys is akin to putting a young child in its playpen; while teaching your dog to relax and sleep in its crate or bed would be similar to putting your baby in its crib when its time for bedtime or a nap. Crate training may also be essential for plane travel or for housing your dog when visiting friends or family or vacationing with your dog.Metal crates are an excellent way to train your dog, and sometimes put your dog in timeout while also allowing him to have a place of privacy. Although many people have their idea of what the best dog crate is, a wire crate is always towards the top of the list (and least for me and our dog). The great thing about them is they fit in any lifestyle you and your dog have, whether it is an indoor dog, an outdoor dog, etc. A wire crate will help you accommodate their needs and yours.