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The Value Of Portable Chain Link Outdoor Kennels

By Tim Bell

Every pet owner wants their security and safety to not be a consideration. Outside of an enclosed yard or home they can be a danger to persons passing by or destroy personal property. In either case there may be legal consequences or hospital cost to deal with. Tragically many are killed by passing cars or wander off never to be found again. One option to allow for a way to contain a pet without restriction is Portable Chain Link Outdoor Kennels.

My dog stays in the yard why bother with a kennel.

Jumpers can find their way over a fence without problem. Not to mention the cleanup associated with your pet wandering all over a lawn or into the shrubbery. Basements negate sunlight and hinder a pet from proper exercise as do chains that restrict movement. Tied to a chain that can only extend a certain amount may not be the kind of humane treatment you had in mind for your dog.

Regardless the cost a permanent kennel is not appealing.

There are other type products. One advantage that will be missed is the permanent structure prevents burrowing under the device because it is usually embedded in concrete. Heavier dogs or pets that could push the structure out of the way would not be able to move the kennel. The perfect attachment is a dog house which could then allow for year round outdoor living.

Portable Chain Link Outdoor Kennels are a fit for your requirements.

The ground underneath is the flooring unless another covering is provided. Grass, gravel or other covering can be used. This is a drawback if the pet is able to dig underneath but usually the problem is climbing or jumping over the surrounding fence. With a top that provides weatherproof protection it will not be possible to leave over the top portion of the kennel. Another option is placement on a concrete base such as a patio or special area of concrete made ready for just such a purpose. Often a garage is used as a temporary holding area when the owner is at work or not on the property.

The ability to set up where you want is an advantage.

Cold weather may not be the time you want your pet outdoors. The need for outdoor time is limited and the home or basement is now the winter residence. The kennel can now be taken apart and put away for warmer weather. If placed too close to a neighbor who is disturbed by barking or other issues the kennel can be relocated. The same holds true if too close to your house and the smell becomes an issue. Cleaning is easier because it can be moved for the ground beneath to be aerated or waste removed.

Travel is realistic again.

Take your pet with you if the portable model can fit in your vehicle. Safety and assurance are still there and the fear of leaving a dog behind or having to place them in a hospital or with a keeper is alleviated. If the trip will be for an extended period of time a guest experience with someone else does not have to be a problem because of your pet.

If you are searching for more information on outdoor dog kennels then be sure to check out Tim Bell’s site. Tim Bell has been part of the small animal business for 20 years. Stop by to see our chain link dog kennel to see if they are a fit for you.

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