By Carla Preston. Dog Cage. Published at Saturday, June 23rd, 2018 - 19:36:08 PM.
An Irish Wolfhound, along with all of the larger breed dogs must have a cage that permits them ample room to remain erect as well as turn around. Very carefully pick a large dog house which is strong and cannot easily be broken if he / she shifts her bodyweight towards the side. Buying a large dog crate because it is the least expensive is usually not a good choice. In fact, most times you will find yourself paying for yet another crate within a few months period. Look at large dog crates diligently and read to ensure that theyre constructed from the top materials out there and that the latch is effortlessly secured. The enclosure needs to be secure and cozy. Youll want to add a sleeping pad, cushion or even a blanket for your pup to curl up on to sleep.
If you are raising a puppy feel free to buy a cage based on his full grown size. There are dividers that can either be bought or they often come with the dog cage. Again allowing for enough room for your dog to stretch out on the floor and sit or stand upright in the cage, move the divider back as your dog ages, eventually utilizing the entire space.
Where you put the crate plays major role. The crate should be placed where your puppy/dog can see people i.e. your family. Never put puppy/dog in the crate for a long time because it avoids developing aggressive behavior. Normally crating should not exceed 6-7 hours. If you need more time to confine your dog in the crate, there should someone to supervise.
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