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When our lurcher left last year I hung onto his crate......but although foolishdog likes to be crated for her own security the big one is too big...she gets anxious .I see some of you are getting larger breed puppies soon. If you want it and can pick up in east of England you can have it...otherwise I will get it to Dog's Trust when I get a moment
I am looking for a crate for our ridgeback puppy who is due this week but won't be getting her until September, would it be large enough for an adult ridgeback? If yes I would gladly have it?
Oh have just realised you want it picked up were in Scotland would happily pay postage and something for the crate.
The crate is the size that Croft recommend for a ridgeback 108cm/70/78. I would consider dividing it for the puppy if it is small when you get it.I don't mind posting it but it is heavy...you might end up paying more for it than buying new (parcel force would charge about £20 I think)
I priced them up in Petsathome £80 so was thinking £50 online so still cheaper anyway I'm on my phone will pm you when I can, thanks ever so much
I've got the next size up...they're about £35 from eBay with free delivery, just so you have a comparison before you get it posted.
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