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There are "chewproof" crate pads and dog beds. Nothing is truly chewproof, but they're safer to leave with a pup than something they might eat and get blocked by, like stuffing or foam.

The purpose of a tight crate is to potty train, as dogs generally won't eliminate if they'll have to lay in it. Once the dog is potty trained, you can use comparatively spacious crate if you still need to crate for whatever reason. Big crates often come with dividers so you can resize for training a pup without having to buy multiple crates.
 
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