Most Helpful review (read the full Amazon review): “i owned a giant vari kennel for my yellow lab lance years ago and it was a must-have for our home with a high energy destructive puppy! as he became a senior, i got rid of it as it took up a lot of space. he was almost 16 years old when he passed this past march. we knew we would adopt another lab but were sure it would be awhile. less than a month later, we became foster failures when we adopted our year old black lab/great dane mix murphy. we will never…
Overview: This best extra large dog crate is accurately labeled “ginormus” because of its huge dimensions. This actually happens to be the crate I keep my dog, Walter, in sometimes. The dimensions are 36” (length) by 23” (width) by 24” (height). So, about 3ft x 2ft x 2ft approximately. These best extra large dog crates are stackable, so if you’re in a situation (perhaps you’re a groomer) where you need to save some space, this crate is workable.
The metal frame construction of the Pet Life 360-Degree Vista-View Soft Folding Collapsible Crate ensures ultimate durability when traveling. Mesh windows give your pooch a 360-degree view that he'll love, and multiple entrances make it easy on the both of you. A built-in leash holder keeps your pet from wandering off, and the duffle-style nylon handles make it easy for you to grab and go.
The above overview of best dog crates for large dogs should give pet owners a good idea of best rated dog supplies, but please also make sure that you read the more about top large dog crate reviews from multiple customers before you purchase any dog products. Sometimes, those reviews from pet parents can provide more information than any dog supplies website ever could. Finally, I hope this list was helpful, and if you tried any of these dog products, please let us know of your experience in the comments below.
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Why it's at #1? I chose to put Midwest Solution Series “Ginormus” Double Door Dog Crate as the first product on this list of best extra large dog crates because we found that it was actually the largest and easiest to clean. Also, the crates are stackable, which is something you don’t find with many crates today. All in all, this is a convenient, safe product for your dog.
Overview: This uniquely designed dog kennel looks like a tiny hut and is designed for outdoor use and protecting your dog from the elements. Its dimensions are huge; five feet long by five feet wide by five feet high. The roof on top of the “hut” is a weather-resistant cover made of polyurethane. The Gazebo doesn’t require tools to set it up, and the access window that is secure and safe to lock and latch.
Frisco Heavy Duty Double Door Dog Crate provides your pup with a space of his own when you’re away or when you have company. It’s a strong and durable crate that provides safety and comfort. It also features two doors with a three lock system for extra security. And it has an independent pan stop which can be removed without opening the door. It’s available is an array of sizes, including extra-large dog crate size, so there’s definitely a perfect one to fit your furry friend.
As with anything, the best comes at a price, and the Impact Case Collapsible dog crate is no exception! This is a real escape proof dog crate made with absolute precision from quality .063 aluminum which makes it 20% lighter (41lbs) than other dog crates in this category. The strength of the aluminum is complimented with very sturdy rivets. Being made of aluminum makes it also corrosion resistant giving it a longevity that is important when spending this kind of money on a dog crate.
Addendum added January 28, 2013: My vet had never noticed these carriers because I had never put one up on the exam table until my last vet visit. She looked at it with interest and totally concurred with my opinion of having a small, but open carrier for my two (panicky) cats. She has seen more than a few overheated pets in too enclosed carriers. Since I live far from the vet I always carry spare towels for the bottoms of the carriers and she found that the "stable floor covering'* I use was an additional comfort feature for my pets long trip to their appointments. (I just ordered the larger size of this carrier for my "Phat Kat" and will donate her previous carrier to our local animal shelter.)