Retriever Single Door Dog Crate, Small Breed - For Life Out Here

The OxGord is a very durable and strong dog crate, perfect for large dog’s like Golden Retrievers.
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These crates are perfect for a Labrador, Golden Retriever, Boxer, Australian Shepherd, or other large dog breed. A large dog crate is approximately 42 inches in depth, and is sized appropriately for your adult dog. These dog crates are suitable for dogs 71 - 90 lbs.
Training your Golden Retriever to love using a crate is one of the best and most beneficial things you can do for both you and your dog.
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In our experience with lost dog searches, we’ve learned that many dogs will refuse to enter a trap of this size. Some will become so desperate that eventually hunger wins out over fear, and only then will they be captured. The downside of this, of course, is that the dog is loose and at risk—and hungry and scared and alone—longer than he needs to be.In response to a search for Missy, a Golden Retriever who had repeatedly refused to enter a crate-sized trap, Retrievers founding member Greg James designed a much larger trap and built it from materials commonly available at hardware stores and farm supply retailers. Missy was caught the second night the trap was set. From that point on, our invention has been known as “the Missy Trap.” Retriever Single Door Dog Crate, Extra Large Breed - Tractor Supply Co.
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These crates are for dogs 71 - 90 lbs, such as Labrador, Golden Retriever, Boxer, Australian Shepherd, or other large breed. Models to choose from are:The Benefits of Crate Training a Golden Retriever
Crating your dog has many benefits, a trained dog will retreat to his crate whenever he is tired and just want to sleep or relax a little, furthermore it becomes a place where you can leave your dog and go about your day, knowing he is in a place where he is safe and well. Besides these key advantages it is also helpful in thwarting unwanted chewing, in keeping your dog quiet following veterinarian intervention, and during travel.There are many benefits to crate training a golden retriever, however when talking about crating, people often react with the notion of locking up a dog against his will, having him whining for hours until he eventually gives up and stops. Although inexperienced or misinformed dog owners often make this mistake, it should not reflect the purpose and benefits originally envisioned in dog crating.Our crates are in stock and ready for shipping, so choose the Midwest Dog Crate that is ideal for your pet, and we will ship it to you straight away. We believe in these products and are confidentthat you will find Midwest Dog Crates well-built, great-looking and strong enough to last a lifetime. Your Labrador, Golden Retriever, Boxer, Australian Shepherd or other large breed dog will love their Midwest dog crate.How to Start Crate Training a Golden Retriever
Crate training a full grown golden retriever can be quite difficult and the dog will have a hard time adjusting to this new space where he will become confined. Because of this crate training is best accomplished, both for the dog and owner during puppy hood, a puppy might become upset but it adapts much easier and faster.A golden retriever puppy about ten weeks of age shouldn’t be longer than three hours inside his crate, once he’s about fourteen to sixteen weeks, fours hours are a general rule of thumb, however regardless of what age your dog has, don’t have him confined to his crate for longer than six hours, and be reminded that your dog will need to relieve himself once in a while. If it happens that you require him to be on his crate for extended periods of time, it is advisable having someone to regularly keep an eye on your dog, and leave him out for a while and play with him. Extended periods of enclosure often lead to anxiety issues among golden retrievers and most fairly active breeds like them.