Rae and Mark January 9th, 2013
There are times when you have no choice but to put your doggie in a kennel outside – even if he’s normally an indoor pet.
Maybe you’ve just varnished your hardwood floor and you don’t want little paw prints all over the place, or perhaps you’ve finally managed to get your baby to sleep for his afternoon nap, and you don’t want Fido barking up a storm and waking your little one up again.
Other times, it can be nice to provide your doggie somewhere he can go and chill out, or cool off during the hot summer months – and of course he’ll appreciate the extra shelter if he gets caught in light showers or a quick snow flurry.
However, not all dog kennels are made equal.
Now, when you think “dog kennel”, you’re probably thinking of the traditional ones that you see, for example, in many of those classic Tom & Jerry cartoons – you know, the one Spike lives in.
But that’s definitely not the sort of dog kennel we’re talking about here – after all, you’d hardly describe kennels such as the one shown here as luxurious or spacious.
No, we’re talking about ones where your doggie has somewhere to move around freely, to get out of the sun, perhaps to take a nap, to catch a breeze without being loose to run wild around your garden, tearing up your plants or digging holes in your pristine lawn and without having to be tethered to a running chain (which most dogs hate).
So, good news! We’ve found a great selection of very stylish wooden dog kennels for sale just for you.
They are all hand-crafted according to Amish traditions, using natural wood products only sourced from Amish communities all over the United States.
These outdoor dog kennels can house anywhere from one to eight dogs, depending on which one you choose.
Check out this short video that gives you a taste of these small and big dog kennels:
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You love your doggies, so why not give them the best?