Reasons to use dog Cages The dog crate, also called a dog cage or indoor kennel is designed as a safe and secure area that your dog can go into for short periods of time. A crate /cage can help address many of the problems that cause stress and anxiety to pet owners. They serve a useful purpose to prevent (and rectify) problems associated with destructive behaviour and fear of strangers or other types of people. They help with house training, with visitors who are afraid of dogs and of course when travelling with your dog.
A dog crate usually consists of a wire frame with a removable tray within the base where the dog's bedding can be placed, but they are available in many different sizes, designs and materials.
Dog crates are widely available and have five main uses: Dog relaxing in crate 'den' area: Some dogs appear to benefit from having an open 'den' that they can use as a safe place where they feel secure. Training aid: For example helping puppies to learn to be left alone or for helping with toilet training. Short-term confinement: For example, where owner supervision is not possible. Veterinary advised: In some circumstances a vet may advise the use of a crate, for example to aid recovery after surgery. Transportation: Crates can help keep dogs secure and comfortable whilst being transported.