Animals are more comfortable if certain requisites are met when they stay at a particular place for a long time. A dog and a rabbit cannot have the same type of homes as they are physically and characteristically different.
Feeding the pet also becomes easy if they enjoy their designated space. A few points to consider before you build that perfect home for your pet.
The animal family
Rodents, canines and felines are very different from each other. So is every different kind of animal. A guinea pig and a rabbit can be put in a mesh cage. This allows ample light and ventilation but keeps them safe from the surroundings at the same time.
These tiny animals can be lost on a farmland or big backyard and also have potential threats from others bigger animals or vehicles in the vicinity. A Hound and a Doberman, on the other hand, require a huge and solid permanent structure for their strength.
Just like the family structure, even the breed plays an important part in choosing a pet house. For instance, a kennel is always designed keeping the breed of dog in mind.
A Tibetan Lhasa Apso and a Dachshund have different requirements in terms of the weather insulation, scope of physical activity and size of a kennel.
A breed in its local surroundings is comfortable and needs only basic kennel structure but having a mountain-breed dog in coastal locations will compel you to design a kennel, which keeps away extreme heat and humidity.