What to do when you have an Escape Artist dog

How to Manage your Escape Artist Dog

In the discussion about what to do when you have an escape artist dog, we think these videos will seem to poke a bit of fun at the problem, and I suppose that is the case. I wanted to keep it light because canine separation anxiety is a frustrating problem for dog owners everywhere.

You’ve spent money on one or two crates only to have your dog open the door himself, chew through it or escape using the mysterious escape artist dog method. You check his paws to see if he has grown a thumb you didn’t know about then scratch your head and think “what now?”

Most people will go searching for and buy what they believe is a stronger wire dog crate. Result: the dog escapes again. He may open the door, or he may chew the wire, but in any case, he will continue to escape the wire dog crate. We all know the problem but what is the solution?

It’s as simple as a stronger dog crate. You know it’s true. And, you search, but you won’t find one at your local pet store.

Your solution is at CarryMyDog.com the same place many other frustrated dog owners have found their answer. Here you will find many strongest heavy duty dog crates from which to choose. These heavy duty dog crates will put an end to escape artist activity once and for all and, it will be the last crate you will ever need to buy. Containing the anxiety-ridden or merely bored escape artist dog is the first step on the way to the management of canine separation anxiety issues.

The escape artist dog may have separation anxiety or noise phobia or some other type of canine anxiety. Dogs with the “want to” will continue to escape from every wire dog crate cage you put them in.

Some dogs just don’t want to be crated. There may be no canine anxiety involved. They simply won’t stand for it.

Here are just a few examples of our strongest heavy duty dog crates to help you manage your dog’s Separation Anxiety or noise phobia.

Our Strongest Heavy Duty Dog crates for Escape Artist Dogs

And the  Best Solution for Severe Separation Anxiety is the strongest heavy duty dog crate is a super sturdy crate with drop-pin design for strength and quick assembly or disassembly. 

For owners of those big strong breeds, we can provide our strongest heavy duty crates up to 60 inches. Custom one-of-a-kind designs are also available also. 

Our Strongest Heavy Duty Dog crate at CarryMyDog.com for your escape artist dog

The Great Pyrenees at 7.5 weeks in Colorado in his custom Heavy Duty Dog Crate by Xtreme® from CarryMyDog.com. It will be his favorite lifetime retreat. Made in the USA

A great design is yours with this strongest heavy duty aluminum dog crate. A solid sliding door on the side or end. Ships assembled. Dogs love it and settle quickly when inside their new dog crate.

Heavy Duty Dog Crate Max Hold & Max Vision for your escape artist dog

Great Design, as Strong as all other crates. Maximum Hold with Maximum Vision!

Yes, you can put an end to your escape artists’ activities. You can stop the property damage and damage your dog is doing to him or herself by chewing wire and pushing through. In addition, the big strong dogs have the extra jaw strength and body weight to push through wire dog crates, cages, and other so-called heavy duty crates. They will persist in escaping until you do something. We have various solutions at CarryMyDog.com. It will improve quality of life for you, your family and your dog.

Remember. . . . .

“She is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are her life, her love, her leader. She will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of her heart. You owe it to her to be worthy of such devotion.” ~~Unknown

In conclusion, I hope you enjoyed What to do when you have an Escape Artist dog. I know this is a viable solution and the best management tool for separation anxiety, noise phobia, and other canine anxiety issues. The first step is containment. The next step is education for you and your dog.


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Bill Beavers, brings you pet products that provide improved Quality of Life for You, Your Family and Your Pets.

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4 Responses to “What to do when you have an Escape Artist dog”

  1. Thanks for your comment Lauren. I understand. Many have the same problem. Unfortunately, there is no foundation yet offering free dog crates to those in need. PayPal does have a 6 month (no Interest I think) payment plan. Hard to beat that one so just click the PayPal banner on all the heavy duty dog crate pages and it will take you right into PayPal so you can see what it’s all about. Good Luck.

  2. Those welded crates are anywhere from $600-$1000. God knows how badly I need one, but unfortunately I don’t have the money to just drop on one of those.

  3. Man, these things look like prison cells, definitely not your typical dog crate but I completely understand the need for escape artist or destructive dogs. Beagles are notorious for being mischievous.

    p.s. I read your about page. Too bad you are using a nofollow tag ) :

  4. Gemma Tibbo says:

    How can I purchase one of these cages and how much?
    I need a 42″ one

    Thanks
    Gemma

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