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Equipped with every necessary feature, this could be your dog's home for life!Midwest Double Door Fold & Carry collapsible dog crates offer security and comfort for your dog and convenience for youComes with easy-to-clean ABS Plastic pan and free divider panelMidwest Dog Crates double door design allows for front and side loading
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will the crate divider work when you have a pad covering the entire Pan. I will have a big dog but to start will only use half the cage.

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I put a snoozy in the bottom of the crate and it was a little snug, but the divider did go in. I actually preferred that the divider was snug because I didn't want my puppy to be able to pull it apart and get stuck under it. So that actually worked out well.
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Yes the divider sits on top of pad.
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Yes, you can use the divider panel with a bed in the crate.
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I ordered a dog'sMidwest Lifestages Double Door Fold & Carry Crate. I need it without a divider. Can I use it without a divider?

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The divider is optional for those with growing puppies, if you don't need it, just don't put it in. It comes as a separate piece.
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yes you can use without a divider. The divider is used if you want a smaller space for one dog or to divide the cage into 2 cages.
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For sure. The divider in optional and can be taken out.
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I have a Husky 12 weeks old! size of crate to use please

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The crate size recommended for a husky is a 48" crate.
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Get a crate to fit the adult dog. Look for a crate with a moveable divider that will partition the crate according to the needs of the growing dog. The divider is to prevent the young pup from using the empty part of the crate as a bathroom area.
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I have an 8 week old female boxer puppy and what size crate would you suggest?

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Personally, I would get the size crate that you will want when she is full grown. Each crate comes with a divider that can be moved to allow for larger areas, and eventually you won't need the divider. I wish I had done that, because I have a beautiful crate that is now too small for my 1 year old puppy.
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The recommended crate size for a boxer is a 42" crate. You will need to utilize the divider panel so that he has just enough room to lay down and turn around, then move the divider back as the puppy grows.
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what size kennel do i need for great dane?

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I would definitely get the XL one (48x30x33). That's what I have for my DDR Czech German Shepherd.
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What size crate do you buy for a puppy Rott to begin crate training at 7 weeks old

New Puppy....But Large breed when grown....What size Crate do you buy at the start????
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Since you can get a crate that is adjustable, I'd save money and just get the largest one with a moveable panel. I just bought one for my Lab puppy. He should be 80 pounds when grown and I've got the crate measured off at 24" now.
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How much does shipping is there on the largest dog crate?

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I just got the largest dog crate and got free shipping.
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What type of dog cage should I invest in buying for my 10 week old Cane Corso that is growing at a fast rate?

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Depending on how big he may get, you would need either the 48" or 54" crate. You want to take the weight, height and turning radius of the dog when full grown, into consideration when determining what size crate to purchase.
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My son dog is a pitbull, 4yrs old and weight about 65 lbs.

To get this sale can I go to a petco store or do I have to order on line. Can I order on line and pick up in a store.
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I have found that the stores can not price match online prices.
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What size crate do i need for a terrier mix?

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It depends on what breed mix. A terrier can take anything from a 24" to a 36". When determining what size of crate to get, you want to take into consideration the weight, the height and the turning radius of the dog. You want to provide them with a crate that, when full grown, they have enough room to lay down and turn around.
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Where is this crate manufactured?

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Our crates are manufactured at our facilities in China under our strict quality guidelines.
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I am thinking about being a guide dog puppy raiser. I need a crate that will fit the dog at 8 weeks until the dog is about 18 months old.

The Dog is most likely a golden retriever.
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Midwest recommends using the crate for the dogs entire lifetime, therefore our recommendations for crate sizes for specific breeds, is based on the average full size of the breed. For Golden Retrievers, we recommend a 42" crate. All of our 42" crates come with a divider panel that you can utilize while it is small and then move it back as the puppy grows. Thank you.
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What size crate for Havanese puppy?

Also want to use it beyond training. Full grown Havanese will be 11-15lbs. Not sure what size to buy so that I can use it for training but also in the future.
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The crate size recommended for a Havanese is a 30" crate. This will come with a divider to utilize while it is a puppy.
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I have 2 1/2 year old Labrador who weights 100 lbs, what size crate should he be in. I think the one he is in now is small?

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Typically, the crate size recommended for a Lab is a 42". Yours sounds like it may need a bit larger and may want to go up to the 48" size crate.
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What size crate should i get for a standard goldendoodle??

I recently got a goldendoodle puppy. I expected quick growth but the kennel I bought is already too small after only 1 week!! I was planning on getting a LARGE one with a divider so that I don't have to continue purchasing new ones each week/month :) Any suggestions??
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The crate size recommended for both a standard size poodle and golden retriever is a 42" crate. This is what would be recommended for a golden doodle.
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what size crate do i need for a golden retriever

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Per a dog trainer we spoke with about our dog yesterday, a 36" is the minimum.
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Can I purchase a divider for the crate #1622DD. I have lost mine

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The divider panel for the 1622DD is not available as a separate replacement part.
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Is this item available in Petco or do you have to buy it online?

I was hoping it was available in Petco so that we don't have to buy shipping and handling....
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this is an online exclusive and will not be available at the store
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what size crate would i need for a lab?

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Labs come in different sizes is your lab full grown or puppy. Typically the 700 series crates are good and if you get one with a puppy panel you can always accomadate the size to match waht you have. We have a growing puppy have the puppy panel and actually use the "unused portion" to keep extra blankets, beds pillows won't work for a dog that likes to pull stuff through the crate though. Crate training is really great and makes bad dogs better behaved dogs and good dogs great dogs. I have had dogs with and without crates and will always have a crate now!
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What size Midwest Lifestages Double Door Fold & Carry Crates should I get for a black lab?

What size Midwest Lifestages Double Door Fold & Carry Crates should I get for a black lab?
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The crate size recommended for a Labrador is a 42" crate.
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