By Kathleen Fields. Dog Cage. Published at Monday, June 11th, 2018 - 04:36:08 AM.
When choosing the crate, one should be careful on what kind of materials you think would be safe and comfortable for your dog. Too much room or too less space may not be good for your dog. There are varieties of crates available in the market, considering which one would be good for your home and your dog, decides how much will you spend on it. If you have a hard time making a puppy or dog to let in, you can always put a food toy or one of their favorite food inside for sometime but avoid doing always the same.
The size of the crate is another factor to consider. It should be large enough for your Standard Poodle to stand up without hitting his head and turn around at the same time lay down stretched out flat on his side. If you still have a puppy, it is wise to choose a crate size that will accommodate his adult size. It is always better to have a crate that is large than too small for a dog. To prevent your puppy from eliminating at one end and retreat to the other, better block off the excess space with movable wire or board partition. Movable wire or partition can be made or purchased from any pet supply stores.
Choosing The Right Dog Cage! A dog cage is essentially a dogs own room, its own area in the house that is completely his own. Choosing the right dog cage is an important decision that requires some thought. The ideal dog cage should be tall enough for your dog to sit or stand upright and long enough so they can stretch out while on their side. If the cage is too big and your dog has too much room he might soil one end. Dogs, like most animals, dont like to be around their waste and it will cause them feel uncomfortable. If the cage is too small the dog cant move around and will again feel uncomfortable.
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