Views: 74 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2021-04-13 Origin: Site
When raising a dog, you can decide whether to keep the dog outdoors or indoors according to your living conditions. In recent years, keeping dogs indoors is no longer commonplace. Basically, owners will protect their dogs, so both large and small dogs will be kept indoors. As a result, many people will say that keeping a dog outdoors is bad, so this article will talk about the benefits of keeping a dog outdoors and some precautions.
If you keep your dog outdoors, you can at least ensure good hygiene at home. If you are a person who doesn't like cleaning, then there is no need to clean the dog hair left by the dog indoors and make the house very messy. If it's some more naughty dogs, then there may also be a phenomenon that will make the home very messy. In addition, after going out for a walk, the sand and dirt attached to the feet of the dog will not be brought into the house. And because the excretion is not in the room, the room will not be dirty.
If you are a person who is afraid of bad smell, it is best to keep your dog outside. Some owners, who have been with dogs for a long time, are accustomed to smelling the body odor from dogs, and naturally they don't notice much. If the dog is kept indoors, the smell of the pet dog will fill the house anyway, and the smell will remain even in the room where the dog has not entered. It cannot be denied that this smell will give the guests a kind of discomfort, and even serious reactions such as nausea, so you need to consider this.
If the average person raises a dog, I believe they would not spend much time training their dog. As a result, dogs who have not been trained will have no control in eating. If the dog at home is able to move around freely, there is a potential that hairpins, rubber bands, cigarettes and other groceries that have fallen on the floor may be eaten into the stomach by mistake. At least this kind of situation has not happened outdoors, because our daily necessities can't go outdoors.
Friends who keep dogs indoors, I believe that every time they take their dogs for a walk, the first thing they do when they come back is to wash their feet. This is a more troublesome thing, it may seem small, but it is really unpleasant to do it. The soles of the dog's feet need to be washed, and then wipe the soles of the feet clean after washing. Besides, if there is silt, etc., you have to clean the ordinary house. Do you think this can make people happy? Therefore, there is no such situation when raising a dog outdoors. The dog does not enter the house outdoors, so there is no need to do these things.
If the dog has a good sense of self-independence, coupled with the dog's ability to adapt to the environment, and the dog has a strong resistance to some cold weather, you can choose to keep this type of dog outdoors.