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Post by paul68 on Sat Nov 17 2012, 18:00

I have tried every way i can think of to stop my new 2 year old staffy from soiling in the kitchen (he'll even do it if the door is open to the garden) and i have been advised to get a cage. If there is any one from the north east on here do you know where i can get a descent one fairly cheap
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Post by janey on Sat Nov 17 2012, 18:12



Have you tried ebay?
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Post by mattyp on Sat Nov 17 2012, 18:47

i got my large 1 from pets at home for £70 its huge tho lol
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Post by Guest on Sat Nov 17 2012, 19:12

Bought a medium for 45 from Argos , only to get Tilly to around 4 months or so , fell on another one same size for 20 in Morrisions on the board so bought that too so we could have a night time and a daytime crate. Been great for us but never wanted to have them in past 4/5 months but we never had issues like this with ours , though I wouldn't give Tommy the run of the house when we go out and he's confined to the kitchen

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Post by Guest on Sat Nov 17 2012, 20:03

I got mine from ebay from a company called pet europe. It was really reasonable and quality is fine, I think it was £25.99 plus p and p, which was about £6. That was this year. My sis gave me my other cage which she paid about £70 for. The quality is better but the cheaper one is more than adequate. Keep your eye on the Evening Chronicle or the yellow ad paper. I would recommend a cage to help at night or when you are out. You need to watch him for signs when you are in with him and get him out straight away. They often need loo when they have been asleep> If he does in house dont make a fuss just take him outside even if in mid pee and praise him. Big Grin

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Post by paul68 on Sat Nov 17 2012, 20:32

He doesn't have the run of the house when we go to bed or go out, if i open the back door in to the garden he just won't go out, i'm wondering if he'd been living in a flat and only went out when he was taken for a walk. will try morrisons thanx for that
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Post by pongy on Sat Nov 17 2012, 21:20

http://www.petplanet.co.uk/product.asp?dept_id=771&pf_id=57837

I got both of cassies crates from here I was really pleased.I found that the medium has plenty of room..for cassie that is not me lol
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Post by paul68 on Sat Nov 17 2012, 22:35

Thanx for the help, will let you know how we get on
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Post by Guest on Sun Nov 18 2012, 01:21

Take the dog out more often like every 30 mins, i don't agree in putting a dog in a small cage for hours.

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Post by mattyp on Sun Nov 18 2012, 10:32

Will a medium 1 fit in the boot of the car my large 1 is miles too big for the car. If so r they still on sale in morrisons?
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Post by Guest on Sun Nov 18 2012, 11:19

paul68 wrote:He doesn't have the run of the house when we go to bed or go out, if i open the back door in to the garden he just won't go out, i'm wondering if he'd been living in a flat and only went out when he was taken for a walk. will try morrisons thanx for that

mattyp wrote:Will a medium 1 fit in the boot of the car my large 1 is miles too big for the car. If so r they still on sale in morrisons?


Sorry you both misunderstood me , I meant it was advertised 2nd hand on the little board they have at the front of the Morrisons store , so just try all the small ads , maybe check out preloved and gumtree etc , just make sure you don't buy a dog from such sites angry

Matty P it all depends on what size car you have mate , I bought the medium for the house and to fit in the back of my Mondeo Estate (2009) but to be honest my preference is for them both to travel in harnesses on the back seat so the cage never left the house (plus its a pain moving it around)
If you really want the dog to go in the boot (assume you mean a hatchback or an estate car Big Grin ) then best look for a travel crate (soft material and folding) more convenient plus you can use it whenever you get to where you are going. Obviously as the dog will spend a lot less time in there it doesn't need to be mahoosive just big enough to turn around and be comfortable as on a long journey you should always really stop and do a leg stretch every hour or so anyway

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Post by Guest on Sun Nov 18 2012, 13:13

I got one from Amazon that's 42" x 28" x 31" for £40, and that was including the postage and whatever. It used to be £87, so quite a lot cheaper. Don't know if that's big enough, but Loki certainly has a lot of room and he's meant to be the height of an adult Staff.

As for him not going to the toilet outside, take him out every hour or so, and stay outside with him until he does something, and when he does, give him a ton of praise. The only way you can get him out of it is to be very consistent with it, so your life will have to revolve around taking him to the toilet Laughing


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Post by Herewegoagain!:) on Mon Nov 19 2012, 01:20

Hi
eBay sells them, just check the weight of them. It was well over half the price of anywhere else, the wire wasn't as thick but I don't leave Bruce with any wire cutters:)

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Post by Buster bumble on Sun Dec 02 2012, 21:08

try this one

http://links.mkt2853.com/ctt?kn=43&ms=NDA2MjU2NDMS1&r=MzM4Mjg0Nzc1MzQS1&b=0&j=MTY5Mjk1MzQ5S0&mt=1&rt=0
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Post by Kathy on Mon Dec 03 2012, 12:11

They have cages in our local Jolleys shop, do you have one near you ??? then you go and check one for size then maybe buy it online at a cheaper price??
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Post by Mark on Mon Dec 03 2012, 12:21

We were lucky enough to get a cage with miley. E bay is a good place obviously the more you say the better the quality. A cage is not an instant cure though training is needed to get them to go out side
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