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Dog fences

Dogs of large dimensions or that in any case cannot be kept inside the house, can find a comfortable corner for day and night rest even in the open space of the garden. However, both dogs from farms and dogs from private families require care and attention, especially for the winter period. It is necessary for the dog to have a space entirely dedicated to him, to be able to move independently but also to find shelter in case of bad weather. For this reason, the arrangement of fences for dogs is also widespread among private individuals, within which one or more animals can find space depending on the size. The dog fencesthey must guarantee the animal a sufficient area to move freely and to place one or more kennels that protect the animals in the winter period. The area inside the fence will not be the only space available to the dog, who must still be able to enjoy moments totally outdoors. The fences are modular structures that can be adapted to any space and size required, depending on the shape of the garden and the number and size of the dogs it will host.

Puppy fences


Puppy fences deserve a separate mention: their usefulness is even greater to prevent newborn dogs from getting lost in what would be too large a space for them, and to be able to maintain control. Puppy fences have smaller dimensions, so that they can gradually learn about the surrounding space, and can be placed both outside and inside the home or, if the temperatures are suitable, in the garage. In this case, the fences will be used until the animal is large enough to be able to move freely in the house or garden, possibly switching to the use of a fence regularly fixed in the ground. Usually, puppy fences are small in size and do not need to be anchored to the ground, therefore they can be moved and placed where it is deemed most suitable. It is important, if the fence is placed in an outdoor space, that the puppies also have a shelter for rain, cold or excessive heat: inside the fence you can provide space for a kennel, if other forms of shelter are not present. Puppy fences are modular and can therefore be easily disassembled and moved, or stored in sheltered places where they will take up very little space. if other forms of shelter are not present. Puppy fences are modular and can therefore be easily disassembled and moved, or stored in sheltered places where they will take up very little space. if other forms of shelter are not present. Puppy fences are modular and can therefore be easily disassembled and moved, or stored in sheltered places where they will take up very little space.

Roofs and floors


The dog fencesthey can be fixed directly on the ground, or on a specially made flooring. It will be particularly useful in case of low temperatures and for animals that suffer from the cold, as it will allow to obtain a good insulation against the cold of the ground. Even more important, for the health of the animal, is the presence of insulated roofs or kennels: in particular, the presence of a covering roof will allow the dog to be able to shelter from the rain or from the too hot sun of the summer while remaining indoors. open air. The presence of a roof is also important to create a protection for the area of ​​the water and food bowls, which will not be damaged by exposure to scorching heat or bad weather.

Buying and positioning


Dog fences are made of metals that are resistant to external exposure and shocks; in particular, if you have a large dog, you need to be sure that the fence can withstand even its possible attempts to get out when left alone. Large dogs will also require a larger fence so they can run and move freely without feeling trapped. For this reason, before purchasing, it is necessary to carefully measure the area that you want to reserve for your four-legged friend and to buy the right number of modular panels to create a proportionate structure. The size of the puppy pen should be evaluated based on the size and growth prospects of the animal. If there are more dogs, it is possible to create fences with dividers, so that each animal has a space of its own, with autonomous kennel and food. The dog owner will then evaluate the purchase of a fence with a roof or the addition of additional elements that can improve the life of the animal within the fenced space, based on the characteristics and needs of the individual dog. in line with what is recommended by your trusted veterinarian, who will be able to indicate the most suitable conditions for each individual specimen.

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