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    Default Re: Collapsible Crate Recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by KimDe View Post
    For anyone with the mesh sided crates, have your bullies chewed on the mesh siding? I find I can't give Fezzik his bed unless I'm with him because he will chew on it so he sleeps on blankies. I'm unsure if I could leave him in a mesh sided crate without him chewing it to bits.

    He has been going through another chewing stage lately. I'm not sure if its actually a stage or he is punishing me for traveling for work.
    We are lucky and Harlea doesn't chew on it or her beds. She doesn't even destroy her stuffies and just suckles them.
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    Default Re: Collapsible Crate Recommendations

    I have had both the wire and soft-sided styles when I was showing my giant breed dogs. They're both really good for travel. The soft-sided ones are great because they're not quite so heavy. They aren't as stable. I've seen dogs roll them--intentionally! LOL! If you have a "chewer" the soft ones might not work as well. The wire cages (I used MidWest) are great, but heavier to carry. I don't think it's a huge problem with the size you need for an EB--but it was a huge disadvantage for the giant bullmastiff-sized crates!




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    Saw this on Groupon if anyone is interested. Hurry, deal ends tomorrow! $45 seems like a good buy.

    ASPCA Soft Pet Crate

    55% Off on ASPCA Soft Pet Crate | Groupon Goods

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    Default Re: Collapsible Crate Recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by KimDe View Post
    For anyone with the mesh sided crates, have your bullies chewed on the mesh siding? I find I can't give Fezzik his bed unless I'm with him because he will chew on it so he sleeps on blankies. I'm unsure if I could leave him in a mesh sided crate without him chewing it to bits.

    He has been going through another chewing stage lately. I'm not sure if its actually a stage or he is punishing me for traveling for work.
    We'll leave Oliver in his soft crate with his bed, water and chew toys (kong or rope), and he hasn't tried to chew anything he's not supposed to. As long as he has water and something he's supposed to chew, he's good.

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