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Dog cages are useful for traveling, but theyíre also useful if you let your dog sleep inside and donít want to worry about it roaming around during the night. The best way to keep your dog from getting into the trash is to make sure that it doesnít have access to it. With dog cages, you can let your dog sleep inside of the cage at night, and then easily pack it away during the day.

If the dog cages arenít your style, however, there are many other options that you can choose from. For instance, you can get a crate if thatís what youíd prefer, or there are also dog cages that come with weave on the sides. (Another benefit to a cage over a crate is that there is generally much better ventilation). There are even some soft fabric cages if you want something thatís lighter to carry.

If youíre looking for something to travel with, or even just for a something your dog can sleep in while itís in the house, you should definitely take a look at dog cages. Youíre almost certain to find something that will work for you.

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