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Discussion in 'Pets Corner' started by Zigs, Dec 1, 2018.

  1. Zigs

    Zigs Ginger Admin Staff Member

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    Large dog cage, 2 foot x 2 foot x 3 foot approx.

    Folds flat for storage, buyer collects.

    £30

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    shiney President, Grumpy Old Men's Club Staff Member

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    Are you sure you haven't pinched that from Howlett's? :snorky:

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    • pete

      pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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      Yeah, it must have been a tall dog that was made for.
       
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        Or for Zigs!
         
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        • Zigs

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          Sold the one above :)

          Got 2 more for sale, large one £30, smaller one £25

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            pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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            I might be old fashioned, but I've never put a dog in a cage:scratch:
             
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              Dog was brought home as a puppy in a cage/crate (AKA pet's residence) and loves it as his exclusive space. He'll actually kick up a fuss unless the door is closed overnight, although we leave it open when he's left in the day during summer so he has access to his water bowl + the cool quarry tile kitchen floor.

              And they're also useful for transporting Hens (+ Ducks)

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                Dog crates are very popular these days. Molly loved hers , it was her space safe and warm . :wagtail:
                 
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                  My Westie liked his too. If I had to leave him in it during the day he would be happy enough. Had his duvet,water and a couple of biscuits. Funny thing he wouldnt eat the biscuits until you came home. Didnt like crumbs in his bedding ?
                   
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                    We had the very large one to transport our three cats in our van ten sold it to a friend here taking her dogs back to the UK.

                    I had thought them good for nuturing special plants in to keep animals OUT!

                    Surprised the wicker cat carrier hasn't gone yet ... turned up on it's end it would make a unique planter.
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                      I've got a parrot in a cage:heehee:
                       
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                        Whilst I was fostering dogs for a rescue the cages were an absolute necessity. Most of the time they made a 'safe' haven when dogs were frightened - for example, during thunder storms or when fireworks happened. Some dogs rescued from puppy farms had never been outside of a cage, and they were among the saddest creatures, and needed a lot of careful attention to try to 'normalise' them. They had a cage of their own with the door open, and needed encouragement to venture outside of it.
                        Then there was the dog that would start a punch up with the others, and the cage was a way to separate them and allow a cooling down time.
                        If I needed to go shopping for an hour I couldn`t leave these dogs without their individual protection either.....
                        We don`t need the cages any more as my own two rescued mongrels have become easy to deal with and were rescued from a puppy farming background together. I think they are from the same litter.
                        It was a very rewarding job to work with the rescues, but hard work. I managed to re home 30 altogether. 28 of those were yorkies :happydog:
                         
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                          And very friendly. :blue thumb: :yay:
                           
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