Didn’t Find the Perfect Play Pen For You?
Learn more below about how to find the best play pen for your dog.
Who says that play pens are just useful for human children? Dog play pens can be great fun for your pets, and give them enough space to have fun together without giving them chance to make a run for it.
Dog play pens are great for overcoming common puppy and dog training obstacles like separation anxiety, but they can also be great for everyday play and training, especially for the more active dog breeds that require some more space.
Here’s what you should know about dog play pens, and why it’s great to have one for your dogs.
Play Pens for Dog Training
Sit, stay, roll over – it’s all a bit hard to do when your dog won’t stop running in circles, and especially when certain dog breeds can have a tough time calming down to a point where they can focus with training.
A dog play pen allows for a smaller area and more concentrated focus, and could be just what you need to get your dog’s attention back on point.
Dog play pens happen to be great for general training, too, and you can even make use of a dog play pen if you’re visiting someone and need to keep your pet’s attention occupied for a while.
Play Pens for Separation Anxiety
Separation anxiety is something that affects most dogs at some point or another, especially when they’re small puppies. Play pens are a great way to alleviate separation anxiety because they allow for your dog to play while they’re still able to spot you within reach. Play pens can even help them to (slowly) get used to a friend.
Play Pens for Any Size Dog
If you have a smaller dog that spends a lot of their time indoors, a play pen can be an excellent way to ensure they’re still getting enough activity without making a mess of the entire house as many breeds are bound to do, especially when you turn your back.
If you have a larger dog, a play pen can be just as great – although you might need to request a bigger one.
Play pens are available in several different sizes, and you should remember to take into account the size of your dog and the size they will grow to if they’re a puppy right now when you buy one. This can save you a lot of time and money later on.