If you recently bought a puppy, the sooner you crate train them the better. Before you can start crate training your puppy, you have to know what to put in a dog crate to make it a comfortable, enticing and welcoming place where your dog will love to spend time, while also learning where it needs to be as well. If your furry friend needs a dog kennel, you need to remember that being in a crate should be a positive experience. Your dog should want to spend time there; not think of it as a punishment. Locking them away in a crate in a quiet corner of an out of the way room will feel to them like they’re being punished, excluded and isolated. We don’t want this!
To keep your dog feeling like part of the family, place the kennel in an area where they can see and hear what’s happening with you all. One of the most ideal places is often the porch or right outside of it, while still under the ledge of the roof. Wherever you do decide to place the kennel, make sure it is not:
#1 in a draughty area
#2 close to a heat source such as a radiator or fireplace
#3 in direct sunlight
#4 going to be either too hot or too cold, depending on the time of the year
If you need to choose a quality dog kennel for a safe and secure enclosure for your pet, then you need Central Fence! Our chain link fence dog kennels are user-friendly, versatile, and built to last, yet are priced at a low cost. They are constructed of top-quality, all-galvanized components, we have a varied selection for you to decide upon. They are easy to assemble because they are free standing and portable kennels. There are no post holes to dig and no special tools required- just a wrench! Reach out and get a free dog kennel quote from us today. Please let us know an estimate of the size of your animal (now and at full size), and any terrain issues so that we can make this estimate as quick and reliable as possible.