Best Aluminium Dog Crate: Reviews, & Top Rated List

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Aluminium dog crates are a good alternative to steel dog crates.

The best aluminium dog crates will not only be strong, but more lightweight than a heavy duty steel crate because aluminium is a lighter material than heavier steels.

Speaking of heavy duty, aluminium dog crates are usually heavy duty and are great for destructive dogs, dogs that are escape artists, dogs that chew and dogs that scratch.

So, they are for a specific type of dog.

If this sounds like something you’re looking for, let’s check out the options!

 

(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)

 

Best Aluminium Dog Crate: Top Rated List

Our top pick is the Impact Aluminium dog crates.

Two of their more popular crates are the Stationary and Collapsible crates:

 

Impact Case Stationary Dog Crate Series

 

Impact Case Collapsible Dog Crate Series

 

**NOTE: Make sure you check the dimensions (L x W x H), and the maximum weight capacity of the crate and that both fit your dog.

*Dog crate bed is sold separately – you might look at the MidWest Deluxe Bolster Pet Bed for Dogs (on Amazon)

 

Best Aluminium Dog Crate: Reviews

Impact Case Aluminium Dog Crates

Read the Impact Case Dog Crate reviews here.

 

Best Aluminium Dog Crate: Buyer’s Guide

Where Can I Read More About Impact Case Aluminium Dog Crates?

In the Impact Case Dog Crates in this guide and reviews.

 

What Are Aluminium Dog Crates?

Aluminium dog crates are dog crates made primarily of aluminium as opposed to say other popular dog crates that might be made of metal wire, steel, plastic or soft nylon fabric (like the soft sided dog crates).

Aluminum tends to be more lighter weight than metal/steel.

 

Who Are Aluminium Dog Crates For?

Those looking for crates that are built for strength, and security – more strength and security than standard wire crates.

Specifically:

People looking for dog crates that have a stronger construction that the standard metal wire crates

People looking for dog crates that have stronger locking systems than standard dog crates

People looking for dog crates that are built to last years

People looking for specialised dog crates for ‘escape artist’ dogs for example

 

Who Are Aluminium Dog Crates Not For?

People on a budget

People who don’t have a need to spend the extra money on the added strength and security of an aluminium crate

People who have a dog that is suitable for a standard metal wire crate, plastic crate, soft crate or heavy duty steel crate

 

What Size Aluminium Dog Crate Should I Get?

Follow manufacturer instructions for measuring and sizing your dog for a crate.

 

Check these two things and measure your dog for:

The weight capacity for the crate or kennel

The height, length and width of the kennel should be 3-4 inches taller and longer than your pet so there’s ample space to fully stand up, easily turn around and comfortably lie all the way down

 

Alternative To An Aluminium Dog Crate

If you are looking for a similar dog crate to an aluminium dog crate, you should probably check out a heavy duty steel dog crate.

The Proselect Empire Steel Dog Crate is a popular but also good heavy duty dog crate alternative aluminum crates.

Check out the Proselect Steel Dog Crate review here.

Rough Tough also do a heavy duty plastic dog crate.

 

Other Dog Crate Types

Read more in this guide about other types of dog crates like metal wire, plastic, soft sided, and others.

 

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