Are you considering buying a portable dog kennel? Here are some things you need to know before buying that can save you a lot of time and headaches. What materials do you think you will need? Do you need to quickly assemble and disassemble your kennel for transport?
What shape and size do you need? Will the kennel finally be home or will you be moving it around a lot? A little planning goes a long way, so keep the above points in mind if you feel you need a portable dog cage.
There are many different types of cages and some are easy to assemble and disassemble and some are not. The "Screwing" variety is a very practical type of crate that can be used to give dogs a little extra space.
Once you've decided on the type of cage you think you'll need, take a look at the available materials. Keep your dog's individual characteristics in mind, as larger and stronger dogs require much stronger materials than smaller dogs.
Some of the common materials used in building dog houses are nylon, wire mesh, plastic, and welding wire, and if your dog is a larger and more aggressive dog, it may break or even explode from a cheaper kennel made of quality materials.
When choosing a crate, always remember that what matters most to your dog is the function of the crate, not appearance.
There are so many different sizes, shapes, and prices of cages that there's sure to be something for you too. Most portable dog houses are reasonably priced if you look in the right places.