Indoor dog kennel
Having an indoor dog
Of course setting up an indoor dog also has its own unique problems and difficulties that need to be overcome and resolved. For starters an indoor dog is often considered an eye sore and although in the yard it doesn't seem to take up so much space once you start setting up an indoor dog it seems to absolutely grow in size.
If you don't have the option of putting your dog in an outdoor dog
Just remember that whether you put your dog in an indoor or outdoor one, any dog that has been accustomed to roaming the or yard freely or interacting with humans or animals that is then abruptly place in "solitary confinement" and deprive of its former liberties will experience an emotional turmoil that could be disastrous if the situation is not handled properly and with the dog's best interest in mind.
If you have any questions regarding indoor dog kennels or you are thinking of putting your dog inside one, it is best to talk with your dog's veterinarian first and get their advice and help.