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Dog kennel shed kits.

**Shed kits,** are used for storing your dog in a climate-controlled environment when not in use. These are great for dogs that require more than a few hours a day of rest. They also come in handy for traveling. You can buy a ready-made shed kit that will fit on most standard kennels, but the price will likely make your dog's backside happy that your purchase included such a thing in the first place.

**Dog walkers' packs.**

Dogs who are prone to being left alone for long stretches of time can benefit from these easy-to-make packs, as they are very comfortable when walking. I like to use canvas, because it is easy to clean and it is strong enough to last a lifetime. You will need to use duct tape to attach the handles, but they are easy to make. It's worth investing in a strong but light weight pack for walking dogs.

**Dog walkers' packs,** such as this one by Dogware, make easy work of long walks.

**Puppy pens.**

Puppy pens are used to make sure puppies stay in their designated place when they are with their littermates. They can also be used to keep your puppy from wandering too far from the house. I prefer canvas for puppy pens because they are easy to clean, but they can also be made of wire, PVC, or wood.

**Puppy pens,** such as this one by Dogware, are an easy and affordable way to keep a puppy in the same spot when he is with his littermates.

**Dog crate.**

A crate should be used for dogs that are prone to barking, chewing, or digging at doors or furniture. They also come in handy as a place for your dog to rest. The crate should be large enough for your dog to stand up and turn around in, and you should not have to leave the crate when you go to use the restroom or take your dog for a walk. It is also good to have a place to store food or toys in your dog's crate.

**Dog crates,** such as this one by Dogware, are great for dogs who bark or chew at doors or furniture.

**Puppy crates,** such as this one by PetWarehouse, are convenient for keeping dogs in the same spot when they are with their littermates.

**Dog carriers.**

Dog carriers allow you to carry more than one dog at a time, especially if your dog is a big breed. Carriers come in many different designs and materials, and you can choose a size that is right for your needs. You should look for carriers with locks, which are essential in order to keep your dog secure.

**Dog carriers,** such as this one by Dogware, allow you to transport up to two dogs at once.

**Dog kennel.**

Dog kennels can be found in a variety of styles and materials. Most kennels come with locks to help secure your dog inside, but some are more difficult to lock. I like to have the kennel door and locks in a convenient location close to where I am. A dog kennel should be sturdy and durable.

**Dog kennel,** such as this one by Dogware, can help prevent your dog from getting loose when you are not around.

**Dog crate mat.**

If your dog has a tendency to chew on the crate, he might also chew on the crate's mat. If you think your dog is going to chew on the mat, be sure to use a mat made for a crate that can withstand your dog's chewing. The mat should be sturdy and durable.

**Dog crate mat,** such as this one by Dogware, is sturdy and durable.

**Dog beds.**

Many of my dogs prefer to sleep on a bed rather than a blanket, and I find that if I give them a soft bed, they don't like to go to sleep with their heads on the ground.

I have found that it is easy to construct an inexpensive bed using a thick blanket and a piece of cardboard. The blanket should be large enough to provide a comfortable amount of padding on top of the cardboard.

**Dog bed,** such as this one by PetWarehouse, is a comfortable and affordable way to make sure that your dog is comfortable and cozy at night.

**Dog bed,** such as this one by PetWarehouse, is soft and comfortable, and my dogs like it when it is not being used for food or chewing.

**Dog beds,** such as these by Dogware and PetWarehouse, are great for dogs who like to sleep on beds.

**Dog bed,** such as this one by Dogware, provides a comfortable and soft place for dogs to rest.

**Dog-friendly travel pillow.**

A travel pillow is an essential in my dog-friendly travel bag. I have dogs who do not like to sleep on their backs and therefore, it is very difficult to travel with a normal pillow.

A travel pillow is also very useful when you travel for a few days or more, as it makes sure that your dog is comfortable and not cold during the night. I also like to take a dog-friendly pillow, such as the ones made by PetWarehouse or Dogware, when we travel for short trips to make sure that my dogs are comfortable during our trips.

**Dog-friendly travel pillow,** such as this one by PetWarehouse, is an important piece of my travel bag.

**Dog crate blankets.**

If your dog will spend a lot of time in his crate during the day, you should invest in a crate blanket. These are especially important if you have a dog who sleeps with his head on the floor of the crate. These can keep his head warm. I like to keep a variety of different sizes of blankets in my crates, as they can be used to cover different sized crates.

**Dog crate blankets


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