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alisongreen
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dog crates

Post by alisongreen » 07 Jun 2010, 18:46

Hi
I'm trying to buy a 36" dog crate in readiness for Dulcie's arrival and have been recommended doghealth.co.uk but unfortunately they are out of stock. Has anyone bought a cage from anywhere else that they are particularly pleased with?
Oh and also a hollow marrow bone - I have seen lots of filled ones but need an empty one!
Many thanks
Alison (22 sleeps to go!)
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iwantadog
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Re: dog crates

Post by iwantadog » 07 Jun 2010, 18:52

We got a 42" crate from Ebay, it was brilliant, we had no problems and only cost about £30 - I can highly recommend the Ebay ones, we also had one for the back of our car when he was smaller. We used his big crate until he was about 10 months with no problems at all, and only stopped using the one in the car as he grew out of it!

Here is a link to the 42" one we got:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Folding-42-Dog-Pu ... 19bcd96500

Hope that helps.

Wendy x
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Daisy(mini)Doodle
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Re: dog crates

Post by Daisy(mini)Doodle » 07 Jun 2010, 19:07

yes got ours on ebay less than £30 now 2 years old and still as good as new and daisy sleeps in it every night. Get one with a metal tray it deters those chewing moments
Chris & Pauline Daisy & Ziva
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Re: dog crates

Post by Dexter_Mir » 07 Jun 2010, 19:23

I have a 42 inch one your welcome to have excellent condition, though depends where in the world you live of course.. let me know

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alisongreen
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Re: dog crates

Post by alisongreen » 07 Jun 2010, 19:48

Hi Dee
Have pm'd you.
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Re: dog crates

Post by MUMMYBUCK » 08 Jun 2010, 08:52

Ebay! dont have to go new or most expensive we did buy a small new one from ebay which has been passed down and used for 3 other puppies we are now on cage no 3 borrowed from friends
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