4 Reasons to Invest In a Dog Kennel

4 Reasons to Invest In a Dog Kennel

No matter what the breed, they are your pride and joy, making your life that little bit better and more comforting.

However, there are times and occasions when it just does not work keeping your dog inside the house. You want them to be a part of the family and spend as much time with them as possible but you might have other needs, other priorities or other things to fill your time and space with.

Here are 4 reasons you could invest in a dog kennel and why it might just be the answer to all your problems:

1 Keep Your Pets Warm
As we head into this autumn season, the weather takes a turn for the worse and the temperature drops, it might be time to start thinking about buying a dog kennel. With animals that live outside, the winter season can be quite gruelling. Instead of worrying about your dog cowering in the cold outside, invest in a dog kennel that has room for a cosy bed and see your dog’s mood improve.

2 Improve Hygiene in the House
People with young families will realise the importance of good hygiene in the house. With small children crawling around on the floors, it is important that they are away from any mess the dog might have created. Even if your dog is perfectly well house trained, it might be treading mud in from outside, bringing in germs, ticks and fleas without you even knowing.

To improve the hygiene level of your house, a dog kennel can provide shelter for your dog outside until it is allowed back in the house again. You will not have to worry about giving the dog away, re-homing it or not purchasing a dog in the first place. It will have its own space in the garden.

3 Create More Space
With the dog now safely in the dog kennel, you may find you have a lot of extra space in the house.
As well as more space in the house, you may also find that you have more space in the garden as well. No more lawns dug up, plants chewed at or paths pooped on, instead you will have a well maintained garden and a well behaved dog to go with it.

4 Can Help to House Train Them
For some animals, moving into a new home is a daunting prospect, especially if they are being re-homed from a rescue project. What you may find is that the dog kennel works well in allowing the puppy or adult dog to adjust to your home.

If it is not yet puppy trained then you will know that it can be trained using the dog kennel rather than using your kitchen floor.
Once you know a dog kennel is the right decision for you, take a look at our range of dog kennels at York Timber.


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