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First of all, you need to consider how big your puppy will get. A few boxes of dogs as a puppy before it gets more and not buying a dog crate fit your puppy is better to buy the full size. It's small, and you crate your puppy or your puppy inside the box is a good idea to restrict the space of the bathroom, but otherwise he and his comfortable den area could use one side to the other side.
Are you a dog owner? Are you wanted to train your dog, and then pratsals are perfect for you and your dog.
 

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Is this....spam? Because I see someone removed a link so I'm a bit confused.
 

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??? Every crate I've looked at in the last few years has a divider panel to customize the interior size. When you just need to contain the dog so she doesn't get onto the kitchen counters while you're gone -- no divider panel. When the dog needs to stay still so his de-gloving injury will heal properly -- divider panel. While house training puppies -- divider panel.
 
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