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postheadericon Too many dog owners find themselves having problems with their dogs simply because their dogs do not have their own space to call home

Too many dog owners find themselves having problems with their dogs simply because their dogs do not have their own space to call home. Modern dogs are descended from wolves, and in the wild, wolves always have a den that they are able to call home. This provides them with a sense of security, having a space that they can retreat to when they are threatened or when they simply need a safe place to rest. This need for a safe home is deeply imprinted on the instincts of both wolves and dogs.

Many dog owners assume that it is enough to give their dogs the run of the house, and that they will eventually find a corner of the house to call their own. This tends to be insufficient for most dogs, however, as their instincts call for a place that is cozy and therefore hard for predators to enter, affording much more protection. Many dogs need small spaces just large enough for them to fit into. This is where dog crates or dog cages come in.

Dog crates and dog cages are designed specially to accommodate your dog comfortably, and you will find them available in a variety of sizes. Dog crates and dog cages are mostly rectangular in shape, with one or two doors that can be kept open to allow your dog free entry and exit. Having a variety of sizes is important so that you are able to find one that is just large enough for your dog to fit into and to turn around in.

For dog owners whose dogs are currently puppies, there are also dog cages and dog crates available that include interior partitions. This allows you to make the space inside smaller to accommodate your puppy, and then enlarge the space as your puppy grows to its full size.

Another advantage of dog crates and dog cages is that dogs are relatively neat when it comes to their homes, and they will not urinate or defecate within. Instead, dogs invariably move outside of their dog crates or dog cages in order to urinate or defecate. While your dog is a puppy, you can toilet-train it simply by paying attention to the time when it needs to go. When you see that your puppy needs to go, simply remove the entire dog crate or dog cage to the designated waste area. Soon, your puppy will get the idea that it is supposed to proceed to that area whenever it needs to go.

Dog crates and dog cages are extremely useful tools for dog owners, and if you own a dog, you should definitely own a crate or cage as well. Dog cages and dog crates also make excellent enclosures for your beloved pets whenever you are traveling and need to bring them along.

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