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With the two door cage, can you take the tray out the side too, or just out of the front like all the other cages?

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from the front end only. not from the side.
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The tray slides out towards the front only.
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Just out of the front door, on a slant. I put a potty training pad in a tray in the back door. It can be changed thru tbe side door.
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You can only take the tray out of the front ... not the side.
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does the petco double door dog crate have carrying handles

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Handles are included, which you can attach to the framework. I prefer to move the crates without using the handles, just by grabbing the latticework.
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It does! It comes with 2 handles that you can attach to the crate.
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Yes it comes with 2.
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Is the Petco Premium 2-Door Dog Crate the same sale price of $89.99 in store or is this just an online price?

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In your area it may be but in ours it wasn't even close. We were looking at the 700 series online and it was listed for, I believe, $55. In store it was $104 and they wouldn't price match, even though both places were PetCo. We had the time so we just ordered it online. We ended up getting free Shipping and since I had some rewards dollars we ended up getting it for about $20 less than the online price!!
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online prices are different than store prices. This even goes for the sale prices also. I'm speaking from experience because I also checked on this for a product I was looking to purchase.
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I paid twice as much for this same cage in the store
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What size should I get for a shih tzu? I see what is recommended but want to be certain it's enough space if I get the smallest crate?

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I like to have a crate that gives the dog plenty of room for comfort. I like the 36" crate for small dogs if they are going to stay in it much. I like room for a comfy bed, feeding bowl, water bowl and toys with plenty of room to move around. For a couple of my outside dogs that only sleep in a crate at night I don't worry about as much room since they curl up in one corner to sleep and they have a yard to run in all day.
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If you are between the 400 series and 600 series I would go with the 400 series. I have a 600 series for my cocker spaniel/poodle mix. I grew up with a 10 lbs shih tzu and can say that the 600 would have been too big for her; but know some shih tzu's run up into the low 20s. You want them to be able to stand up, move around, and sleep comfortably, but if you go too big they may deficate in the crate. The 600 does come with a divider, so if you are really worried about size, you can get the 600 and put in the divider.
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I would go with the next size up, the small is really tiny. We were looking for a crate for our cat and we decided on the second smallest so he would have enough room to turn around comfortably.
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How much does the 48"x30"x33" Petco Premium 2-Door Dog Crate Weigh?

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It is about 50 lbs.
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i got the 36'' by 23'' by 25'' and it weighs 33 1/2 lbs
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do you carry the cage that has a side for sleeping and a side for pottying?

saw this item on line and it cost more than 100 dollars. I am getting a small pommeranium that is patty trained for a pad and some outside he is 3 months old anw will stay small
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If you provide him with a big enough crate, the Pomeranian (trained as you describe) will probably sleep on one side and dump as far away as is physically possible all by himself.

But I would recommend just the opposite strategy. Get him a small crate so he can't comfortably dump inside of it. Then get him outside frequently. He'll catch on.
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Dogs do not like to urinate and defecate where they sleep. The point of crating a puppy is to housetrain it to use the bathroom outside. To crate a puppy and force it to use the bathroom in their "den" is cruel treatment. If you want your Pomeranian puppy to use potty pads, then use a baby gate to confine it to a small area, such as the kitchen, where it will have room for its bed and water bowl at one end, and place the potty pads on the opposite end of the area.
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What is the difference between the midwest series $54.97(model 1636DD) crate and the 700 series $84.99?

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I order both the Petco Premium 700 Series - 36"L and the Midwest Icrate 36"long double door crates for my American Eskimo 2 1/2 yr. old. I couldn't make up my mind online which was the better choice. I found the Petco Premium about 2" taller than the Midwest ICrate. Both are great crates, the Petco crate is more neutral in color (which I believe the dog can see through better). The Midwest is black. Both are great crates, but the Petco Premium's color I liked better and the Petco Premium one has a little extra feature on the lock, it has a curved down portion that secures crate better in my opinion. The Midwest lock has a straight line piece. While the 36" is recommended for dogs weighing more than mine, I wanted a roomier crate since mine is already trained. If you're still crate training, the divider that comes with it, can make is smaller. I also found the Petco Premium slightly easier to set up/take down since I have osteoarthritis in my fingers. Hope this is helpful. Have a great day!
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I went to the store to look at both crates. The Petco Premium crates are much higher quality. The wire is thicker and the finish is more durable. On the Midwest ones, the display models they had out already had chipped paint on the latch. If you're looking for something to last a while, the Premium is the best I've seen in this price range.
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Is there a bowl that can attach to the inside of the crate for water?

asked 3 years, 2 months ago
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I use a water bowl designed for a large bird to attach to the crate door.
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I am sure there are bowls but I would suggest using a Lixit Dog Water Bottle. They are about $12 at PetCo.
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what are the differences between the midwest and the petco brand dog crates? which brand has the heaviest gauge wire? is one safer than another?

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To me, Petco brand was preferable - it felt sturdier. the doors had 2 slide locks where the Midwest only had one. Also, there are these hooks that lay open when the crate is up, and latch onto the folded down crate to keep it in place - the midwest hook is right in the middle of the doorway where the dog goes in/out, whereas the Petco brand has 2 hooks instead of one, and they are to the side of the door. This was important to me because the hook in the doorway seemed like a safety issue.
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Don't buy a Midwest iCrate - it is too light and cheap. The one I bought was bent and wouldn't go together properly.

The gauge of wire on the icrate was maybe 9 or 10. I have an older Midwest LifeStages that is probably 6 gauge and the Petco Premium 2 door crate is also probably around 6 gauge. Very sturdy and all around construction is nice. For safety, I would say they are about the same.
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What size 2-door crate would be right for a French Bulldog?

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The website contains weight guidelines ("for dogs up to 25 pounds" for instance) for each size crate. They seem pretty accurate.

My Rottweiler puppy became noticeably cramped in the small crate ('for dogs up to 25 pounds") when he reached about 23 pounds.
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How big is your French bulldog? Measure the dog's length lying down and height standing up to determine correct size.
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I have an 80+ pound dog trying to find the best crate for him? what are my options?

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48" L X 30" W X 32" H
Model 900 Series
For Pets up to 110 lbs.
SKU: 1281119

Highly recommend this crate. I have two large dogs and it's perfect for them. My dogs are Boxer/AM. Bulldog mix and the other is a Rott/Lab mix.
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Get the biggest wire crate that you can that find. Petco sells some they have plastic pans in the bottom of them so the dog isn't walking around on wire. Also they sell beds that can go on top of the plastic pan. I bought the largest size crate that I could find for my 45 pound pitbull and she is comfortable in it. The crate that I bought from Petco has 2 doors and will fit a 101 pound dog.
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Which size would you recommend for a beagle? I see the weight suggestion, but am torn between 30" or 36"?

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Remember always go bigger if you can afford the space because you want your pup to be comfortable. If you know the end size of your dog then that will determine if not then go bigger
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Definitely the 30"! It will fit just right with enough room to be comfy.
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I had trouble putting together the 48" crate. It "bowed" on the top clamping it together. I had no trouble with the two 36" crates I ordered. Anyone?

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Ours has a very slight dip in the top. We found that we had to tighten the little black circular clamps that hold the panels together. After that it was fine.
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no problem with assembly, pretty simple
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what size would be right for a cocker spaniel?

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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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Would a 25 lb Carin Terrier fit?

I'd like to know if she'd have enough room, thanks :D
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I purchased the 700 series for my 25# American Eskimo 2 1/2 yr. old dog. This large size gives him a little extra head room and gives him room to lie down comfortably. I know this is a larger crate than recommended for crate training, however, you can size it smaller with the divider if you're still crate training. Since my dog is already potty trained for outdoors, I didn't need it for crate training. The crate is a little taller than Midwest ICrate approximately 2", so that's why I kept the Petco one and returned the Midest. While both are excellent crates, I found the roomy crate to be the Petco Premium one, plus it has an added feature. The door lock has a slight curve downwards which gives extra protection from dog getting out accidentally. I love my new crate and so does NIkki. The finish is more neutral and I believe it's easier for him to see out of. He plays with his toys in it and I leave the crate front door open during the day. You can also use it for sleeping quarters. Hope this info is helpful.
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Yes but not a lot of extra room
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I am considering a 2 door crate, I have two 7 month old dogs weigh 5 & 7 lbs, what size should I choose?

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I have 2 puppies about 7 months that weigh approximately 10 pounds each.
They are Chihuahua mixes and probably won't get any bigger. They each have their own 36" crate with a bed, various toys, a small feeding bowl and a water bowl. This gives them plenty of room to be comfortable.
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You need to purchase a crate for each one of them that they can fit into and still turn around in at their adult size. The two door crates come with a divider than you can put in and make smaller while they are pups. In the description it says the weight limits for each size. I have a french bulldog and went with the 600 series for up to 40 lbs. But I close about 6 inches off for now since he is only 7 lbs and doesn't need all the room quite yet. Hope this helps.
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What size crate do you recommend for a Weimaraner?

She weighs about 80 pounds
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Crate size is by height,not weight. The dog should be able to stand and sit in the crate without crouching.
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The biggest one you have room for so she can stand up and move around and stretch out.
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W ould the large sized (32"high) two door dog crate that is on sale be large enough for a Bernese Mountain dog? sale

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I think it would be. It would allow your dog room to move around and also be small enough to help him feel secure.
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NO. I would not use it. It would not be big enough for him later.
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What size crate for a standard (full sized) female Australian Shepherd?

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It depends on what size Australian Shepherd. If it is around 40-55/60lbs and average height (for an Australian Shepherd) I would say a 700 series crate. Any taller or heavier and I would go for the 800 series.
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Box says the 700 series is for cattle dogs, but this seems not tall enough or long enough for a full size Australian shepherd.
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Could you give me directions for breaking down a premium 2-door dog training crate?

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If using the divider panel, unhook and lay flat in the plastic tray. Next unhook the front and back panels, one at a time, and fold them inward to lay flat on the plastic tray. This will allow the side panels to be collapsed and folded down flat onto the tray as well with the top kept intact. Good luck and don't pinch your fingers!
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