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    Default best indoor dog crate available online?

    I know people have posted links before- but I cant find them, so sorry for repeat posting...

    We need a new crate for our combined longe/dining/kitchen area. A always very hungry, food stealing, counter top surfing beagle needs major containment!!

    Need to shop online- anyone ideas on high quality good price brand and shop?

    many thanks,
    Emma

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    e-bay
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    Got our from K9 happy with it. Light and also got cover and fuzzy mat

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    K9 Pro has them and they are reasonably priced.

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    Do you want soft sided or mesh?

    My fave soft sided are from here.
    K9+ Soft Dog Crates : Australia

    I got a royale2 but might have been better off getting a caprice - though I think they only come in size big. The caprice has a flap to cover the front, so the dog can't see out at all if she's naughty, or anxious... I end up putting a jacket over to stop her whinging about being in there and being able to see me setting up courses or whatever. A towel or a sheet would do I suppose.

    The k9pro ones are a bit plasticy for my liking but they're sturdy too.

    If you want cheap and not so durable (ie will break if someone clumsy leans on it a bit hard...)
    here is good. this is my old crate - it's currently in the lounge room with a lot of duct tape underneath and cable ties on the frame because the bit that holds the slide in bits got broken (someone fell on the crate I think).

    Collapsible fabric pet carrier crate - Vebo Pet Supplies Sydney
    (note you can't carry a dog inside one of these).

    All of them need a tarp under if you're using them on rough surfaces like concrete.

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    I like the soft sided ones but she would have chewed it to bits. I am hoping when she matures and is used to the wire one I can get one then.

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    You can buy a metal crate and a cover from e-bay. They are great for puppy crate training. Or if you buy the larger size...forever

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