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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 02-03-2007, 08:48 PM Thread Starter
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lil bastard moved the metal bars on his crate and i had to run to get my camera



and yes that is his head sticking out the from of his crate
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Because his crate is too small...
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he's got his head stuck and you take the time to go get a camera and take a picture?
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no wasnt stuck...he was just chillin there lookin around. Trust me i would never mistreat my dogs. He kept sticking his head in and out of it and lookin at me.

I love both my dogs, at first i thought the same thing (his head was stuck) but then when i saw his pull it back in and stick it back out over and over i couldnt help but laugh.


and btw, his crate isnt to small, he fits fine. Plus its only when he does something bad

(this time he chewed up a rug)

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Because his crate is too small...
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its not, maybe its a bad angle but he has more than enough room in his crate..hes a border collie, they are naturally hyper and anxious (anybody who has one knows) that plus he is 10 mo old. Still teaching his through his chewing stage.

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it must be a bad angle cause he looks way to big for that kennel. if your going to kennel train, the kennel must feel like a home, not a prison.

kennels shouldn't be used for time outs, they should be used as a training tools.

i know you said you loved your dogs and would never miss treat them. but dogs need twice there body size in a kennel.



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Yea it is a bad angle. He sleeps in a bed with one of us or on the couch somewhere. Always has the run of the house during the day. The cage is a 3.5-4ft long.

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He has to be able to stand up in it comfortably and be able to turn around, or it's too small. Just from the pic it looks way too small, and it's not like a border collie is a huge dog. Go get a bigger crate.

And if that cage is 4 feet long, you own the world's biggest toolbox.
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the cage is a lil under 3.5 ft long, remind u he is sitting in there so its just a very bad angle on the pic, and there is the other half of the crate for him to move around in. The sizing of the crate is not to small, he can turn around inside. Ive had nights he had to sleep in it and his water dish and food bowl both fit in there Actually i gotta get him another one now anyways since he figured a way to bend the bars. Just found it hilarious when i saw him like that.

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It really looks too small dude.....

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It really looks too small dude.....

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besides that i gotta get him a new crate today anyway so bleh...no more wire crates evidently for him. Let just hope he doesnt chew through plastic

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he's got his head stuck and you take the time to go get a camera and take a picture?

I did the same thing when Timber got a hanger around her waist!
Dude, my dog did the same thing to her crate when she was 17 lbs. I don't know how she did it because I coudn't even bend those bars back. She hated being crated, so that was the last of that.

and P.S: I can't really tell the sizing of the crate from that pic, but after hearing everyone bitching I have to say that the crate should not be too big for the dog. While they are still young and potty training, the crate should only be big enough for them to stand up and turn around in. That's why many crates come with dividers-- so as the dog grows you can increase the area they are allowed to be in.
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My brother gave up on keeping his pit in her cage when she was a pup. She'd bend the bars and get out, so he WELDED bars on the front of the cage, and she still got out! She wrapped her blanket around the bottom bars and twisted it with her mouth like friggen Jackie Chan and bent the bars apart. She's a crazy pit.

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My brother gave up on keeping his pit in her cage when she was a pup. She'd bend the bars and get out, so he WELDED bars on the front of the cage, and she still got out! She wrapped her blanket around the bottom bars and twisted it with her mouth like friggen Jackie Chan and bent the bars apart. She's a crazy pit.
holy shit

got him a new plastic crate today

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