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Then there is airline compliance. What features must the crate have to make it airline compliant? How do I choose which size to get so my pet will be comfortable? Are there accessories I need so that my pet has hydration and is easily identifiable?
The question most often asked by owners of separation anxiety dogs is "how do I know this wire dog crate will hold my dog?" After all, the dog owner has seen the dog escape from 1 to 4 crates purchased from the pet store or the big box store. There could have been a plastic crate in the mix as well.
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