What Size Crate For Golden Retriever Puppies And Adults?
The average adult male golden retriever weighs between 70 – 80 pounds. The average adult female golden retriever weighs between 60 – 75 pounds. So if your dog is over 6 months old, it would be best to get a larger crate than the one that comes with the puppy or even a large dog carrier. A smaller crate might not be enough to house all the puppies at once.
There are several factors that go into deciding how big a crate to buy:
Size of the dog (How big is your dog? How much do they weigh?
Number of puppies (Do you have more than one puppy? Do you want to house them together?
Amount of space (You may need extra room for toys, bedding, etc.)
Your budget (Will you be able to afford a bigger crate?
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What Size Crate For Golden Retriever Male?
If you are a proud owner of a golden retriever boy, then you know how big they can get. It is very important to get the right size of dog crate for your male golden or he might not be able to fit inside! You can check out the golden retriever puppy size chart below for the appropriate height and weight of your dog at each life stage.
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