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Where to find dog cages for sale

Dog cages can be very important if you travel a lot with your pet. After all, a cage will stop your dog jumping around in the car, which can be potentially dangerous. If you want to buy a cage, this article will tell you where you can get one.

Buying online

There are many places where you can get travel cages online. Auction sites
If you want to save money, you may want to look for pet crates on eBay and other auction sites. Many people will sell their dog products after their pet outgrows them. This means that you can find a second-hand dog cage for a bargain price. Online pet stores
If you want to get all sorts of dog equipment, you may want to visit an online pet store such as Petplanet.co.uk. You will be able to get a wide range of cages here, as well as other equipment such as food and dog baskets. Also, if you buy in bulk from an online store, delivery charges are generally reduced. Specialist retailers
You will also be able to find some retailers online that specialise in selling dog cages. For example, the site Only-dog-cages.co.uk sells, as it says in the name, only dog cages. If you don't know what size of cage to get, this site includes a handy breed guide to help you to decide.

Buying on the High Street

As well as shopping online, you may want to look for dog cages in any High Street retailers. Large chains
Large chains stores such as Pets At Home will be able to supply many different styles and sizes of dog cages. Also, the buying power of larger retailers often means that they can provide lower prices to the consumer. Independent stores
Many towns and cities have small, independent pet shops. You will be able to buy dog cages here, and you will have the knowledge that you are helping to support a small, local business. The vet
You may want to discuss buying a dog cage with your local vet. They will be able to tell you just the right size of cage to get for your dog and some vets will also sell cages. Even if your vet does not sell dog cages, they will be able to recommend a retailer.

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