Whatever kind of dog crate you’re looking for, don’t forget to look at our collections of covers, cushions and accessories to make them even more comfortable for your pet. Lords & Labradors provide free delivery on all Mainland Uk orders over £75, which is a great way to make sure you get everything your dog needs at the best possible price. Worldwide shipping is also available.
Metal and Wooden Dog Crates
Lords & Labradors stock everything you need for crate training your dog, from puppy to adulthood. Our classic metal dog crates come in three... Show More
Lords & Labradors stock everything you need for crate training your dog, from puppy to adulthood. Our classic metal dog crates come in three stylish colours; silver, black and gold and we also stock wooden dog crates that double as furniture pieces. We stock our own Lords & Labradors range of crates as well as the popular collection of crates by Ellie-Bo. Our double door, deluxe dog crates are made of heavy duty, pet safe metal and feature metal trays to make cleaning them as easy as possible. They come in a range of sizes from Small to XX Large to suit all dog breeds, shapes, sizes and age. So, whether you’re looking for a tiny Miniature Dachshund Crate or a giant Great Dane Crate, we have one that will be ideal; as well as sizes in between for your Cockapoos and Labradors! We also sell a range of practical dog travel crates that are ideal for the car.
Our slanted car crates are ideal for keeping your puppy or dog safe in the back of the car when travelling to the Vet or going on holiday.
Whatever kind of dog crate you’re looking for, don’t forget to explore our range of dog crate bedding and covers to fit the crate you choose. We want your dog’s crate to be as comfortable and cosy as possible! We make full size crate cushions as well as half crate puppy cushions and beds that are ideal for initial puppy training.
What Size Crate Do I Need?
Are you wondering what size dog crate to get? We always suggest choosing a big enough crate for your puppy to grow into as an adult dog. This means you won’t have the expense of upgrading to a larger size later on and your dog won’t have to part with the den that has been their favourite private place for as long as they can remember! When they are fully grown, they should have plenty of head room in the crate - about 3-4” of space, as well as be able to move and turn around freely. The worst thing would be for your dog to be cramped inside. Remember it’s a cosy den like space for your dog, not a play space. Crates, when used correctly, will offer your pup a calm safe space of their own.
What Are The Benefits Of Crate Training Your Puppy?
When you first your new puppy home, they will likely be nervous of everything. Whilst they probably came in to contact with all sorts of noises from birth, everything will seem new again when you bring them home. Crates, when used correctly, will offer your pup a calm safe space of their own. It should become their little den where they can go to relax, as well as when you need to contain them for a short time. The crate will also help get them into a routine, helping teach them when it’s time for bed.
Read our guide on how to crate train your puppy!