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Dog Crates & Kennels

Dog crates and kennels provide a safe and comfortable space for your pet which is essential, whether you're at home or on the go.

Explore our collection and find the perfect crate or kennel for your beloved pet.

Safety and Security

Our dog crates and kennels are designed with safety and security in mind. They provide a designated space for your dog, ensuring they have a secure and enclosed area where they can rest, sleep, or relax. The sturdy construction and durable materials offer peace of mind, knowing that your dog is safe and protected while inside.

Comfortable Retreat

Dogs naturally seek out a den-like space where they can feel secure and comfortable. Our crates and kennels provide a cozy retreat for your dog, mimicking the feeling of a den. The enclosed design creates a sense of privacy and security, allowing your dog to have a peaceful and restful environment. Many of our crates come with soft bedding or crate mats to enhance comfort.

Portability and Travel-Friendly

We have portable crates and kennels that are lightweight, easy to assemble, and designed for convenient transportation.

Size Options

We offer a range of crate and kennel sizes to accommodate various breeds and sizes. Be sure to measure your dog's length and height to choose the appropriate size for their needs.


Are crates or kennels better for dogs?

Crates and kennels can both be suitable for dogs depending on their specific needs and purposes of containment.

What is the difference between a dog crate and kennel?

A crate is typically smaller and used for training or resting, while a kennel is often larger and can be used for longer-term confinement or housing multiple dogs.

How big of a crate for my dog?

The crate size for a dog should allow them to comfortably stand up, turn around, and lie down.

How long can you leave a dog in a crate?

It’s generally recommended to avoid leaving a dog in a crate for more than a few hours.