Dog Cages:
Canine Comfort Redefined

Craft a safe haven for your faithful friend with our dog cages—where security meets sophistication.


A dog cage is more than just an enclosure to keep your dog inside. They are actually special retreats that are designed to cater to your dog’s needs. From using them for training to helping your dog establish boundaries to providing a space for your dog to relax, a dog cage can be immensely useful. Browse through our dog cages now and find the best design for your canine companion.

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Iris Pet Cage 810
$205.63$293.75
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Aixing Dog Cage
$92.95$116.20
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Iris Pet Cage 660
$120.26$171.80
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Iris Cage EHC-800
$167.02$238.60
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Richell Mobile Cage
$350.20$700.40
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Iris Pet Cage HCA 900
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Iris Room Cage RKG-700L
$105.84$151.20

Why Do You Need A Dog Cage?

  • Security and Safety: A dog crate can serve as a safe and secure space during training, especially for puppies. It can aid in-house training by establishing a routine for bathroom breaks and reinforcing positive behaviour. At the same time, it can help prevent destructive behaviour and housebreaking. Moreover, in emergency situations, having a familiar and secure space can be crucial for a dog's safety.
  • Behaviour Management: Dogs with separation anxiety are able to find more comfort in a dog cage, as it serves as a familiar space. This can reduce stress when they are left alone. For more mischievous dogs, a cage can also ensure that your dog doesn’t damage any furniture or belongings when left alone. It can also keep them safe from potentially hazardous items. 
  • Temporary Containment: During events or gatherings, a crate can be a useful tool to manage a dog's behaviour, especially if the dog is not comfortable with strangers or new environments. In households with multiple pets, a crate can serve as a safe retreat for a dog, allowing them to avoid conflicts with other animals. 

Choosing the Right Dog Cage

  1. Size Matters: It's crucial to choose a cage that fits your dog's size. A cage too small can be uncomfortable and restrictive, while too large a cage might not provide the secure feeling dogs often need. Most dog owners think that the bigger the better, but a cage too big can make a dog feel very exposed and vulnerable. The rule of thumb is that your dog should be able to do a full turn inside the cage while standing to its full height, as well as sprawl out comfortably, but no more than that. Measure your dog from nose to tail and from the floor to the top of their head, and add 2-5 inches to each measurement to find the ideal cage size.
  1. Durability: Dog cages come in various materials like metal or plastic. Metal cages are sturdy and offer good ventilation, while plastic cages can be quite lightweight yet still durable. Larger breeds and more active dogs will likely need sturdier crates with heavy-duty plastic or strong steel bars. This is especially true if your dog likes to chew. 
  1. Easy to Clean: Look for a cage with a removable tray or easy-to-clean materials to maintain hygiene. Plastic or metal cages are often the easiest to clean, but some cages have special coatings to make cleaning simpler. 
  1. Additional Features: Consider cages with adjustable dividers for growing puppies, multiple doors for flexible placement, or covered tops for dogs who prefer a more enclosed space. Some cages even come with wheels for better mobility.

Provide your dog with the ultimate combination of comfort and security with a dog cage from our selection. The designs we offer prioritise your dogs' needs for a space to themselves, so explore our selection now!