During the summer months, your number one priority is keeping your outside dog(s) comfortable. Kennel Sunscreens provide shade for your kennel, reducing your dog’s sun exposure and reducing the real-feel temperature for the dog. Installing the kennel sunscreen is quick and easy. Within a matter of minutes, it will be providing your kennel with the shade needed to keep your dog cool.
With the winter weather receding and the snows melting, many dog owners look to their yards to find a mine field of dog feces. In this article, I will cover reasons why you want to get all the waste out of your yard and some great products that we have to help you with that task.
Anyone with outside dog kennels in the northern climates knows that it’s a struggle to keep your dog supplied with fresh, un-frozen water in the winter months. Nelson Water Bucket Heaters solve this problem by heating the water to above freezing. Nelson Bucket Heaters will keep water from freezing in temperatures down to sub-zero degrees Fahrenheit.
There are several types of bedding out there for use in dog kennels. Using red cedar ribbons as bedding can offer additional benefits over using straw or hay. In this article, we will break down each of those benefits and also cover some things to consider before choosing red cedar bedding for your kennel.
When considering the purchase of a bed for your canine friend, you may find yourself overwhelmed with the choices on the market. Dogs sleep or lounge up to 20 hours per day, mostly occurring at puppy and senior stages when dogs either exert more energy or tire out more quickly. Choosing the right bedding for your dog is essential.
Sleeping on the floor can result in pain and inflammation in pressure points, such as hips and elbows, that can eventually cause calluses and even sores (especially on elbows) after repeated getting up and down from a hard surface. As you can imagine, this can prove to be damaging to senior dogs that are more at-risk of health and mobility issues. Kuranda developed a solution...
It's tough, pun intended, to find anything wrong with my Ruff Tough kennel. It's incredibly lightweight for how durable it has turned out to be. The option to have the door open on either side seems like a small thing at first but is very useful and makes it easy to load the dog no matter where I end up with car parked or which side of my vehicle I load the crate into. One tip: With this style door, always make sure the pins properly seat back in place when you close the door, if they don't and you open it from the other side, the door will pop right off. It's simple to pop it back in place but something to keep in mind.
We are officially into field trial season in the world of AKC beagles. Field trials are a great opportunity to get out and talk about beagles with other people that actually care what I am saying. What I mean by that, is my wife would rather schedule an optional, unnecessary root canal than endure another discussion about beagles chasing rabbits. I brought up the topic of conditioning dogs, and she immediately grabbed her cell phone and responded to an urgent phone call. -It's mom," she said. She got in the car and sped down the driveway to respond to a crisis. A minute later the phone at the house rang. It was her mother. -Isn't she talking to you now?" I asked.
Are you looking into building a kennel or just refurbishing your pre-existing kennel? If you answered yes to either of these questions then read on to find out what should be located in a kennel and the most efficient set up to make the best use out of your space. We will discuss some key Continue reading?
There is a lot of preparation and commitment involved in puppy rearing; it's a serious undertaking that with careful planning before the puppies arrive will increase the puppy's chances of survival. Hypothermia is a leading cause of puppy mortality.
On hot summer days dogs will run themselves to exhaustion if allowed, so it's crucial that dog owners understand the effect of heat on dogs, and owners must also understand how to treat the dog when he becomes overheated.
Those fateful words uttered to Caesar; "Beware the ides of March?" As with Julius Caesar, mid-March each year holds a day I don't look forward to? my kennels? "pring deep clean? a process much more involved than the usual daily cleanup. Now, much of how I do "og stuff? could fall under the KISS acronym, I Continue reading?