Our 11 week old German Shepard puppy was able to open the top latch and tried to get out of the top of this kennel. He was wedged in the cage so tightly that when he was found he was dead. We were gone less than 30 minutes. Our children are devastated. We are devestated. This kennel was suppose to be a safe place for our puppy. I hope no other family has to experience a tragedy like this.
An outdoor dog kennel is a useful tool for training your dog and helping keep them safe while they are outside. It also gives them room to explore a bit, while keeping them to a confined space. There are also a variety of sizes so that you can create the best space for your pet. For example, if you don’t have a fenced yard, you might want a larger space for an outdoor kennel, whereas if your yard is fenced, a smaller option that your dog can retreat to might be better.
I have a rat terrier puppy and wanted to find a quality and reasonably priced kennel for her to begin her crate training, and for use for travel when we make our frequent road trips to visit extended family. Our puppy is expected to be approximately 35lbs, so I purchased the MEDIUM size because I wanted a crate that would also be able ... full review