Not all dog crates are built for every dog breed, size, or temperament, especially when it comes to dogs who show signs of separation anxiety. This proved to be true for one Belgian Malinois named Dagger, who has a history of escaping and destroying dog crates. After their determined pup had broken through a handful of kennels, Dagger's family is excited to have finally found a solution for their stressful situation.
Here is what they're saying about their Malinois' new High Anxiety Impact Dog Crate:
"My master escape artist has met his challenge! We have been through 4 different crates thinking every new one would be “the one” he couldn’t get out of. I would leave and when I got back, there he would be just chilling on the bed. I was worried he would one day really hurt himself. So we purchased the high anxiety crate that impact dog crates offered... it’s been a week and NO ESCAPE! Dagger actually goes in the crate on his own and sleeps during the day. I would say he actually likes it. Thanks #impactdogcrates!"
If your dog's separation anxiety is becoming a worrisome situation for you, then it may be time to look into a more cost-effective and permanent solution for a dog crate. The High Anxiety crate is welded, riveted, made of higher-gauge aluminum, and designed for anxious pups.
Thank you @adoseofdagger for sharing your story! You can check out our High Anxiety crates here: