Published at Saturday, 25 May 2019. Dog House. By Manette Marquet.
Elevate the dog house slightly: You will not want it be to level with the ground in the porch or in the garden for a variety of reasons — during rain there could be a possibility of water flowing into the dog house that's certainly not good for the dog. Further, it keeps the dog out of contact with the damp soil (especially if it is in the garden).
Most dog owners have no choice but to leave their dogs outside almost throughout the day and at night. As living creatures, dogs also have feelings and deserve to be treated well. Hence, it becomes the owner's duty to provide a sheltered home for their pet which will protect them from extreme heat, cold and rain which otherwise has a tendency to upset your dog's health. One way of showing your concern is to provide your pet with proper outdoor houses. Dog houses come in different styles and materials and you can choose them depending on your individual dog needs.
You want your pup to feel protected and safe in these indoor housing facilities. Whether you use these houses as traveling pet carriers, outdoor houses or indoor dog houses, your pup should feel relaxed and comfortable. You can use these not only as a place for your pup to stay and sleep but also as a learning center to train your dog to behave and to become accustomed to smaller spaces. These come in a variety of styles so that you can choose your indoor house that matches with your house's interior design.
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