What Size Crate Do You Need for a Goldendoodle?

Looking for the perfect crate size for your Goldendoodle? Check out our guide to find the perfect fit for your furry friend!

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Standard Size Crate

So, you’re thinking of getting a Goldendoodle. Congratulations! They’re adorable, hypoallergenic, and low-shedding. You’re probably wondering what size crate you’ll need for your new furry friend. A standard size crate will usually suffice, but there are a few things you’ll need to take into consideration.

For a Standard Size Goldendoodle

A standard size Goldendoodle will need a crate that is at least 24” long, 18” wide, and 21” tall.

Large Size Crate

A large size crate is needed for a full-grown Goldendoodle. The average weight of an adult Goldendoodle is between 50-90 pounds. You’ll want to make sure the crate you choose is comfortable for your dog and has enough room for them to move around.

For a Large Size Goldendoodle

Depending on the size of your dog, you’ll want to make sure you choose a crate that is large enough for them to be comfortable. A good rule of thumb is to get a crate that is big enough for your dog to stand up, turn around, and lie down comfortably in. If you have a puppy, you’ll also want to make sure you choose a crate that they can grow into, as they will likely need a larger size as they get older.

Some common sizes for large dogs include:

-Giant (48″L x 30″W x 33″H)
-Large (42″L x 28″W x 31″H)
-Extra Large (36″L x 24″W x 27″H)

Extra Large Size Crate

You will need an extra large size crate for a Goldendoodle. This size crate is for dogs that weigh over 90lbs. The extra large size crate is also recommended for dogs that are 26 inches or taller. You will want to make sure that your dog has plenty of room to move around in their crate.

For an Extra Large Size Goldendoodle

An extra large size crate is typically 36 inches long and 24 inches wide. This size is perfect for a Goldendoodle that weighs over 90 pounds. If your dog is still growing, or if you anticipate them getting bigger, you may want to size up to an extra large crate. Extra large crates are also a good choice for dogs that are particularly tall, such as Great Danes or Irish Wolfhounds.