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Two Havs and no space! Ideas?

So now that I have two Hav's (2yr & 6mo). I am scratching my head trying to figure out where to crate them at my camper on the lake. If we go out to eat or something, I do not have enough space in the camper for two crates and I don't want to buy a larger crate and keep both of them in one. I like the idea of something that folds up and can be quickly utilized when needed. Soft-sided crates would probably be destroyed, especially with claws vs. mesh doors. Whats my best option??? Any camper's out there with similar situations?
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Can you stack them one on top of the other?







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No...I have enough room for one crate, and use the top as an end table
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As Ollie's mom suggested, we stack our crates. Just make sure you bungee them together, so the top one can't slide off.

If you want a collapsible, hard-sided crate, nothing is better than the no longer made Nylabone collapsible crates. You can still find these on Ebay, if you keep your eyes open for them. There are a couple on there now. Here is the style I like:

Nylabone Folding Dog Cage Crate 17" x 21" | eBay

There is another style that has a sloped top, but you can't stack them. This is actually an amazing price, if you can get it for anything close to this. Usually, wiith shipping, you pay close to $100 for one of these. These crates are still VERY popular with people who do dog trials, because they ARE collapsible and hard sided. That's why they quickly find new owners, even though they are used.


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Buy a bigger camper.... Problem solved. and then you can get more Havs.

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LOL M&J! Great solution lol
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We have a camper and also use the Nylabone collapsible crate. It fits nicely under the bunks when we aren't using it, and then you don't have to use it as an end table These are well worth the money, and are handy whenever you travel.

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