Thinking about buying a portable dog kennel? Here are some things you must know before making your purchase that could save you a lot of time and headache. What type of materials do you think you will require? Do you need to construct and deconstruct your kennel quickly to move it? What shape and size do you need? And finally, will the kennel be inside the house or will you be moving it around a lot? A little bit of planning goes a long way so be sure to keep the above points in mind if you think you need a portable dog kennel.
There are many different kinds of kennels out there and some can be set up and deconstructed quite easily and some can’t. The ‘screw in’ variety is a very handy type of kennel that can be used to give dogs a bit more space before a show or pet event and are great for people who don’t want to carry around huge pre-fabricated kennels. If you do a lot of dog showing or dog events then this type of portable kennel if probably for you.
After you have decided what type of kennel you think you will require, have a look at the materials available. Be sure to keep your dogs individual characteristics in mind when doing this as bigger, stronger dogs will need a lot sturdier materials than smaller dogs. Some of the common materials out there that are used in the construction of dog kennels include nylon, wire mesh, plastic, and welded wire kennels. If your dog is a larger more aggressive dog then it may be able to damage or even break out of a cheaper kennel made from inferior quality materials. Always remember when choosing a kennel that the functionality of the dog kennel is the most important thing, not the look. Don’t get caught up in a great looking kennel if it’s not going to contain your dog!
There are so many different sizes, shapes and prices of kennels that there is sure to be one for you. Mostly, portable dog kennels are pretty inexpensive if you look in the right places. Online is always great as you can check out so many options without running all across town. The best part about portable dog kennels is that most of them are collapsible. This means that you don’t have to worry about them constantly taking up space when not being used as you can simply take them apart and store them away. It’s normally as easy as undoing a couple of nuts and bolts to deconstruct your kennel.
Finally you have to decide whether your portable dog kennel is going to be indoors or outdoors. If it’s only going to be setup and left inside then a large welded wire kennel is probably best. If you’re moving around a lot and need to take your kennel with you then the much lighter (but usually less robust) nylon material kennels are great. A nylon kennel can be folded flat so it won’t get in the way of things and can unfold back into shape when needed. Some welded wire kennels can fold up and be easily transported but nylon is usually best for this situation.
They are the main points to consider when selecting a portable dog kennel so remember to always keep them in mind. Specifically; what type of portable dog kennel do you need, what materials do you think you will require, what shape, size and price range do you have and will it be used indoors or mainly as a semi-permanent kennel. With that in mind you are ready to get out into the dog kennel world and find one for your beloved canine!
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Going on a vacation is meant to be a joyful experience, exploring a new area, spending time with loved ones, getting away from the daily hassles of work and whatever comes along with it. Most vacations are spent this way, but if you have a pet and decide to board them at a facility