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Choosing The Right House For Your Dog
Posted on : 06/01/2009 08:46:52 AM

Every dog needs his own little space where he can play and sleep. It can be in the form of dog houses, dog kennels, dog pens or small animal cages . Nowadays, you can find various options for a dog's shelter depending on your preference or budget. But before purchasing any product, there are several factors you need to take into consideration to ensure that what you're buying really suits your k9.

The first consideration is the size of your dog and how much space he needs. If you have a small backyard, it is important that you plan what is best for the area and how you can utilize the space. Putting up a small dog house inside this structure would be a practical move.

There are tons of sizes, designs and shapes of dog houses that you can buy today. Commonly, a canine house is made of either plastic or wood materials. Some prefer the plastic type because it lasts longer and is easier to clean. Others choose wood dog house because it can be customized and painted in various colors. But whichever type you choose, remember that there must be an adequate room for water and food inside the doghouse so that your canine will not be walking in and out of it.

There should also be sufficient space for him where he can sleep, walk around and exercise. A big dog house is always better. Ideally, it should be huge enough so that your k9 can lie down comfortably.

You also need to be particular about the insulation. If you reside in an area with severe temperatures, better opt for an insulated dog house to protect him against intense heat or cold. Having a house with removable roof is also beneficial to give you better access to the dog house, allowing you to clean it easily and quickly. It is also recommended that you raise the floor in setting up the shelter in order to prevent water from entering it during the rainy season and isolate it from the cold ground during winter.

Lastly, you must ensure that the dog house is made from sturdy materials that can withstand even the toughest weather conditions. It should be designed in such a way that your canine will be protected from the heat, cold, rain and other harsh elements. If your pet enjoys spending time in the outdoor, then a doghouse is just the perfect option!


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