Published at Thursday, May 10th, 2018 - 14:55:08 PM. . By Carla Preston.
The size of the crate is another factor to consider. It should be large enough for your Standard Poodle to stand up without hitting his head and turn around at the same time lay down stretched out flat on his side. If you still have a puppy, it is wise to choose a crate size that will accommodate his adult size. It is always better to have a crate that is large than too small for a dog. To prevent your puppy from eliminating at one end and retreat to the other, better block off the excess space with movable wire or board partition. Movable wire or partition can be made or purchased from any pet supply stores.
If you are raising a puppy feel free to buy a cage based on his full grown size. There are dividers that can either be bought or they often come with the dog cage. Again allowing for enough room for your dog to stretch out on the floor and sit or stand upright in the cage, move the divider back as your dog ages, eventually utilizing the entire space.
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