German Shepherd Crate


There are good reasons to consider whether you better build or buy a German Shepherd crate?

Pros and Cons of building a German Shepherd crate yourself:


Pros and Cons of buying a German Shepherd crate:


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    Information on using a crate!


      Yeah Eric you are right! Looks void here. Reason: see top line on every page:
      99% of our content is in the Periodicals. And indeed we have super Periodicals on crate as well! Even how to build one yourself. :-)

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    Tim hi built the iron wood crate and left it in the house but my GS puppy didn't use it much because of the intense heat here in Bali. It was useless placing cushions/blanket in every room as he prefered the tiled floor where the breeze passes by. So I decided to put it on the terrace (I have a garden) with his blanket and two toys and he now uses it voluntarily/happily.
    I live at the end of a laneway where many dogs roam/sleep without leashes (owners don't exercise them etc). So I'm trying to socialise him by taking him for walks and bring him with me. I walked him once down the lane but the other dogs are so I try to keep calm; do I have to show the other dogs I'm Alpha. Do I let the other dogs (frustrated dogs) near mine? We walked down fast so they didn't get to him...One nearly chased us down but my pace was constant. Or take him elsewhere to socialize in the car. this lane is my only way out of the house.
    cheers regia


      My New Puppy is the same (it's hot here too), he prefers to lie on tiles during the day. We don't even have a crate, he's free to go anywhere where doors are open. Not sure what your question is here. The other point, same as well, lots of stray dogs here. I do not let the puppy mingle with any stray dogs, fear of disease transmission, fleas, etc.
      The difference seems to be that, here, the stray dogs rarely will approach us (not sure why). When one does, I either use the Run-away-Recall, or if we don't want to leave, I make them leave by showing a confident "piss off". ;-)
      Again, if they then don't go away, if I can, I jog away. The puppy always follows when I run, no matter what temptation.
      Hope this helps.

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