• CONTOUR Dog Crate
  • CONTOUR Dog Crate
  • CONTOUR Dog Crate
  • CONTOUR Dog Crate
  • CONTOUR Dog Crate




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 **Currently available for MELBOURNE METRO delivery only - new shipping coming soon**

 Deluxe Metal Crate with Dual Door - Also available for rent (see Rental page)

Dog crates have been made for the safe temporary containment of your dog. Manufactured from steel with a durable powder coat finish these Dog Homes are an ideal method to contain your dog for - time out, overnight sleeping or temporary containment like family barbeques. Available in five sizes, the crates are easy to assemble. Featuring a top easy-access pat and contact window, this allows you to reassure your dog without having to allow exit from the crate.

Crate training is becoming increasingly popular among pet owners in Australia. This is because it is an effective training tool that helps you to teach your dog obedience in a positive way.

This metal crate is easy to set up and use. It can be put together and folded flat in minutes and when folded away it has useful carry handles. The sturdy, metal design has rounded corners for safety and the electro coat finish keeps the crate rust-free.

  • Secure locking doors on front and side.
  • Plastic pan in the bottom of the crate is hygienic and quick to clean.
  • The ideal tool to use when toilet training a puppy.
  • Cushion not included


In Australia, the idea of crating your dog is a new concept. Some people may think it’s cruel to ‘cage’ your dog but a crate should not be viewed as a cage. When used in the right way dog crates can be effective training tools for your puppy or adult dog. It gives them somewhere safe to call their own.

They can be used to crate train your puppy and to transport your dog by car.

 * Ask us about our "crate training in a weekend guide"





XSmall 56cm 33cm 40cm
Small 61cm 46cm 53cm
Medium 76cm 53cm 61cm
Large 91cm 61cm 69cm
XLarge 110cm 71cm 79cm
XXLarge 122cm 76cm 84cm


When choosing a crate or carrier firstly you must ensure that it’s not too large or too small. If it is too big your dog may slide around during transit or be tempted to eliminate in his dog crate. If it is too small it will be uncomfortable for him. Ideally, your dog should have enough room to stand up and turn around in a circle.


Don’t forget to slowly get your dog used to his new crate or dog carrier when crate training your dog. Encourage him to eat, play and sleep in the crate. Hopefully, this means that he won’t associate their dog crate solely with something negative, like being whisked off to the vet.

Woofers World recommends a Behaviour Coaching Session from one of our certified Trainers to assist you in setting your pooch up for a positive crate experience. Call 1300 269 969 to book or discuss. 

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