Outside dog kennel
While putting your dog in an outside dogmight not sound like the most appealing idea to many dog owners if you are having difficulties or problems with your dog indoors the outside dog could be the way to go.
When I got together with my wife she knew about my fondness for canines and at the time I had a nine-year-old Spaniel that was very well behaved and had lived with me inside thefor all of its life. After my Spaniel passed away I decided to get a puppy and found a Beagle that I really liked. Well that Beagle has had behavioral problems from the first day in the . Not all of the blame can be placed on the dog though; my schedule is much fuller now than it was when my Spaniel was a puppy. Anyway the short and long of it is that this Beagle refused to be broken and simply loved chewing on any household or personal items it could find. While it would bother me from time to time I knew from experience that with time, training and love my Beagle would most likely grow out of its naughty stage. However this hopeful outlook wasn't shared and I found that more and more the Beagle's actions were causing a growing frustration and exasperation on the part of my wife. So I opted to get an outside dog with a weather guard cover over the top and a nice little doghouse inside that has AC/Heater unit attached.