How to make a dog run
The first time I ever tried to make a dog run it was an absolute failure, I thought that I knew what I was doing but it turned out to be a big wash out. So the next time I got to thinking about how to make a dog run I decided to get some professional help. As you can imagine my second attempt at setting up a dog run came off much better than the first.
Getting back to dog runs, what I found worked really well is when you have a larger sized dog run with a dog inside of it. This helps to give your dog better protection from adverse weather conditions and makes your dog's life a bit more pleasant.
I also learnt that all steel dog houses must be galvanized or else they are way to easily corroded by rust as soon as they are exposed to rain or water and rust is very dangerous because any rusty metal that causes injury to your dog could also infect it with tetanus. And by using dog runs that have their perimeter uni-body wire mesh fencing attached to the dog run frames using the direct drill and weld technique your dog will be better protected from the rusty protrusions that can often occur during construction of a dog run.