Guest MinigoldstarJ Posted November 18, 2015 Share Posted November 18, 2015 I have an average size male greyhound, about 70 lbs and average height. I need an airline crate becasue he busted out of the wire crate and I was told this would be better for him. I also plan to crate train him. Just wondering if I get him the extra large crate if that is too big and will give him too much room in there or just the large? Anyone use this type of crate for a hound that escaped a wire crate before? for some background info, I only leave the house for max 4 hours, ususlaly I am in and out thru the day. he knocks over all the gates and rips out the ones that are screwed into the walls. This is an issues as I have a toddler and I need the gates to work, and he is destrying them and making holes in my walls from ripping them out of the walls. I also have a very large entry hall and being he wasn't crated, I like to have a gate so when I come home I don't have to worry about him running out. I have kids so a gate is a must, I don't trust that they wont hold the door open too long and the dog will escape. He only knocks out the gates when I am not home. He is 2 years old and very smart once he knows he can overcome an obstacle he repeats it over and over, so every day the gates are ripped out of my walls and nocked over. thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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