The 700 Series - 36" long. This is one that is recommended for cocker spaniels. I purchased this for my 25+ American Eskimo 2 1/2 yr old dog. I found the size below which is recommended for his size, a little too small especially when he stands up, his head touches the celing of the smaller one. The Petco Premium is a little taller than specs and is a little taller than the comparable Midwest I-Crate 36", I ordered both and compared. While both are great crates, I chose the Petco Premium for the approx 2" height and also for the color. It's more neutral and I believe a little easier to see out of for him. If you're still crate training, the divider that comes with it can size it smaller. Since mine was a rescue dog and already potty trained for outdoors, I choose it for when we travel and hotel/motels require kenneling. I also use it at home with the door left open so he can go in and out and he loves his crate. he plays with his toys in it and it can also be used for sleeping quarters. Hope this is helpful. If you choose the wrong size, Petco is great about returns if you make a mistake. Petco really wants you to be happy about your purchase and willing to help you choose the best one for your pet. Have a great day,
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Depends on how big the dog is expected to get. Both the 40 and 70 lbs crates state on the box that they are for cocker spaniels. Most cockers are under 40 lbs, but if you are worried, I would get the 70 lbs one, as it comes w/ a divider (if you have a small puppy now) and you can make it fit the dog.
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