Are you a first time dog owner? If so, it is quite possible that you are feeling a bit overwhelmed with the vast amounts of choices of pet accessories. Perhaps you wonder what items are needed and what items are just 'extras'.
One item that nearly every veteran dog owner will tell you is a necessity is a dog crate or dog cage
of some sort. No matter whether your dog is an inside dog or an outside dog, he or she will need a cage. Now you may be wondering why you would need a dog cage if your dog is an outside dog. You may think a dog kennel built outside would be all it needs and it is true that your outside dog will be using his kennel most of the time.
However, an outside dog should still be taught to accept a dog cage for those times you want to travel with it (as obviously having a dog just loose in your car is not a good idea, both for safety reasons and because of the fact that many puppies get carsick in a moving vehicle) and for the times your outside pet gets sick and you want to bring it in to give it special attention and care, or for those times when the weather is not suitable for the pet to stay outside and therefore it needs to be brought in.
If your dog is an inside dog, it will be using its cage a lot more, not just for travel times or times the dog is sick. Doggy will need that little cage to call its own especially when you first get it and it is not properly house trained. When you want to answer the phone, or get the laundry, or attend to something else at home, you will need to put the puppy in its cage or else an untrained puppy will be roaming your house actively seeking for things to chew up and destroy - something that an untrained little pup can be very good at.
Besides using it for training your puppy, your pup will also use it to sleep in at night sometimes as well as using it as his own little retreat from the world when things get really hectic in your house (for example, if you have a lot of visitors over, or if you have small children and they have their friends over). Puppies often do not like too much noise and excitement and will be happy to have their own little place to retreat from the hustle and bustle.
Puppy crates are very easy to buy and are not too expensive for any dog owner, although of course how much a dog crate costs can vary quite a bit depending on the size of the cage, and what material it is made out of and what brand it is, however, they are bound to be economical and are definitely a needed item to have to train your puppy better and quicker than he or she would be otherwise.
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