I cannot promise you that your dogs will be safe from wildlife. I live in the Atlantic Rain Forest and have a jaguar that comes into my back yard. My dogs go crazy when they hear him, and if they were loose they would end up attacking him and be killed.
The best thing you can do for your outside dogs is get them used to coming in to the house at night. Your dogs are going to be big. Wouldnt you rather have them defending you than the dog pen?
I have sixteen-week-old Newfie my wife wants to keep him outdoors during the day while work, I want him to sleep in our basement. 1. Being he is an only dog (plenty of toys, bones, a small pool and dog house will be provided but no kennel) will this plan work? 2. If not, would it be better for him to sleep outside as the article implies for consistency sake?
My German Shepherd lives outside and has lots of room to run around. We live in AZ and it is his first summer. We are trying to bring him in when it gets super hot. We are afraid that he would be happier as an indoor dog with another family, but we are also considering a second dog to be his buddy. Is this considered ok, or should we have him indoors all day?
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