Amazon Basics Medium Dog Cage @ Amazon - Lighting Deal £17.59 delivered
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Amazon Basics Medium Dog Cage @ Amazon - Lighting Deal £17.59 delivered

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Found 9th Nov 2015
A similar crate at Pets at Home is £55.00!

Dog crate with single-door design for front entry
Two slide-bolt door latches for increased safety and security
Sturdy metal construction; folds flat for easy storage/portability
Optional divider panel and removable composite plastic pan included
Measures approximately 91 x 58 x 64 cm (36 x 23 x 25 inches) (L x W x H)

18 Comments

Great price, shame they don't do large size for my GSD though.

Ordered. Christmas gift for mother in law has been sorted:) thanks and heat added.

you putting your mother in law in a crate

Perfect for the wife

Finally i can lock my bitch up ................. :-)

Can a dog fit in this?

Any good for kids ? :-)

any large cage just thinking mother in law at xmas

£21.99 now

MRR_ltd

Can a dog fit in this?



Yes, a dog can fit in this.

Showing as £21.95 for me

Original Poster

richje100

Showing as £21.95 for me



It was a lightning deal mate, would of ended by now so post needs expiring unless they wanna keep it open for all these comments

Voting cold - don't buy a dog if your plan is to keep it in a cage

lelelola

Voting cold - don't buy a dog if your plan is to keep it in a cage



​There's always one...

I'm buying 10 and opening a zoo
Any deals on animals would be welcomed

lelelola

Voting cold - don't buy a dog if your plan is to keep it in a cage



Last year I bought a puppy from a breeder, he lived his first 10 weeks in a large kennel outhouse with his parents, bros. and sisters.

He wouldn't settle at all on the first night home, as to be expected, then the second night was even worse, I spoke to the breeder who suggested a cage, instant happiness, he loved it, it wa his sanctuary as such, he wouldn't settle anywhere else without it for 2 months then gradually he would be found sleeping anywhere.

When used correctly there is a purpose for them, there not always cruel, and should never be used to lock away or punish a pet.
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