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Plastic Dog Kennels Keep Pets Safely Confined

By Edited Jun 21, 2015 0 0

Plastic dog kennels provide durable and practical ways to confine pets withi

Wirehair in Plastic Kennel
n the home. All responsible pet owners want to provide safety and security for their companion animals. It is not always possible to leave even the most adorable mutts inside the home unattended.

They may create mischief and messes, or even come to harm. When properly used and selected, indoor pet crates can be the most useful of all dog supplies.

As cute as this pup is, just imagine what damage she could do to this nice cozy dog bed if left alone for hours.

The Most Versatile of All Dog Kennels

What single item can provide a secret hideaway, a training tool, and peace of mind? The plastic dog crate offers all three of these benefits. Puppies easily become accustomed to staying inside their enclosures. As they grow, they view the space as a personal den. When it is a stressful time in the household, they return to this home-base for a sense of security. Owners who have crate-trained their furry friends feel a greater sense of freedom while they are at work. They can rest easy knowing that both pet and belongings are safe without their supervision.

There are many variations in style and construction. Most will have similar
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basic features, making selection easier. Essentially, containers consist of a square or rounded box-shape equipped with ventilation holes and a cage-like door. You we even find food and water cups that attached to the inside of the crate door. These kennel accessories are great if you travel with your pooch.

Collapsible dog kennels have four walls made of caging material, each of which folds down upon the other to lay flat against the solid floor. Many people enjoy this option if they have limited storage or transportation space. It is important to select the correct size of structure and enhance it with items that make it a pleasant place to stay.

Plastic Dog Crates & Kennels: Not Too Big or Too Small

Pets shoul
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d have plenty of room to turn around, lie down, and change positions often. Feeling crowded or confined encourages chewing and other unwanted behaviors.

By choice this 65 lb dog has chosen to take
Small Pooch in Plastic Dog Crate
over her 20 lb brother's crate which is much too small for her (photo on left).

As a rule there must not be too much empty space inside, however. Do not put small breeds or puppies in large plastic dog kennels. There is a little too much room in this crate for this small breed dog (photo on right). If there is too much extra room, they may use the empty space as a bathroom and they will not feel as secure.

Leave Plenty Comfort Items in Your Dog Kennel

Blankets, chew snacks, and favorite toys can all be placed inside. Be sure to change the bedding frequently. Remove used or dirty bones. Wash toys at least once every two weeks. Following these tips will ensure that man's best friend has the best place to stay.

Everyone who loves their pup can find something suitable to give them a safe place to stay inside the home. Some personal pooch-palaces are elaborate and expensive. Others are simple and straightforward. Prices depend upon the features and benefits offered by each style. Shopping around online will help to locate the best value for the money. Keeping in mind the tips for correct use, pet owners can provide stable and practical protection for their animals using plastic dog kennels.



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