Dog owners know all too well how important it is to let your pooch get outside and moving. For those who have the outdoor space, a dog run can be a fantastic way to let your canine release energy without needing constant supervision. These designated spaces can keep your dog out of the garden, provide them with a place to go potty, and give them some fun obstacles to stay busy. Read on for photos and tips that may inspire you to build a DIY dog run.
The Dog’s Very Own Property
Dog runs don’t just benefit the owner by keeping their pets out of unwanted areas, but they also give your pooch a space of their own. This dog run is surrounded with fencing and complete with a strip of artificial grass and two dog houses.
The first step when building a dog run is to determine the location and space. Like a pool, dog runs are most beneficial when they are rectangular, allowing the dog to dart back and forth.