It is high time we discussed large dog breeds and crate for large dogs, correspondingly! The large dogs are worthy of the special attention, coz a large dog needs ‘large’ attention, and having a large dog, you need a large dog crate. It is interesting that there are no strict technical standards, like height or weight, according to which a dog may be considered “large” or “non-large”. Still, some scientists say that if a dog weighs more than 100 pounds, he can be classified as large. It is no secret that large dogs grow more rapidly than smaller dogs, and if you have a puppy of Spanish Mastiff or Leonberger, and plan to travel with him pretty often, you may need a large dog crate pretty soon, and that can be a pretty huge cage even for a half-a-year doggy. The most famous and universally admitted large dog breeds are Saint Bernard, English Mastiff, Spanish Mastiff, Leonberger, Pyrenean Mastiff, Borzoi, Newfoundland, Irish Wolfhound and Great Dane. Somebody else may persuade you that there are other large dog breeds and the above-mentioned list is pretty short, if not to say extremely short, but that is personal classification of large dog breeds.
In spite of the absence of the unified standards for large dog crate, the most widespread one is 54″ L x 35″ W x 45″ H. This large dog crate may take in even an elephant, and buying Folding Wire Dog Crate with Divider, 54-Inch that I recommend to all my friends and colleagues, by the way, you can be sure about its reliability and high quality. The above-mentioned Go Pet Club Dog Wire Cage, 54-Inch is more than just good, and you can travel with your dog anywhere, putting him in that large dog crate. It will be safer and more reliable for him there than in any other place, and he will feel good both in luggage compartment and on the hunting ground. If I were a dog, I’d prefer to end up in this crate by the end of the day or at any moment I would need rest and comfort!
One more variant of this type of large dog crate I would draw to your attention is this Midwest iCrate Double-Door Folding Metal Dog Crate, 42 Inches by 28 Inches by 30 Inches. And it is choice of mine and my friends, and not because it is cheap or anything of the kind (there is a lot of cheap stuff on the zoo market), but because it is effective and practical. I can be calm taking my large buddy in it when traveling either throughout the world or to the nearest hunting place. One more advantage of this type of large dog crate is its easiness to assemble. It takes me seconds to get it dismantled or assembled the other way round.
When choosing a large dog crate for your giant, don’t ignore that fact that all dogs (in spite of the size, aggressiveness and all like that) are den creatures, and a properly chosen home is the one of the factors providing calmness and peace to your beloved pet.
One more advantage of large dog crate is that it is big enough for your cur to turn around, stand up, lie down, namely move freely within the cage. And a well-chosen large dog crate will let your canine even jump a little bit!
Apart from traveling with your canine, exploiting this large dog crate, you can train your puppy in it. But be careful if your puppy is too small yet, and the large dog crate you use for training him is too big for the one. You should make it smaller as the extra space your puppy has will be used by him as a refuge from your commands, and it will take you months to teach him one command at least.
As an experienced cynophilist, I can give you thousands of pieces of advise concerning any item of dog’s stuff, but it is only you who can choose the large dog crate you and your doggy may need! Read as more reviews about large dog crates as possible, ask your acquaintances and relatives who already have large dogs and large dog crates correspondingly. So, it’s only up to you to choose the large dog crate your four-footed friend may need! If eager, you can get to know his opinion too and order and buy crates together with him!