Very simply, Rottweilers are very good animals if trained properly . They are nice and sweet and don’t shed a lot. They don’t have a ton of maintenance and or health problems unlike some other breeds, but it’s important they get enough rest, sleep, sunshine and relaxation as well.
One the things we’re going to need is to provide a good, stable house/ cage for the dog. There’s no doubt that the cage needs to have a good coating and finish as well.
We wanted to write a few things about building and maintaining the cages of Rottweilers.
Building the proper cages for Rottweillers
First, you have to make sure the cage is used with reinforced concrete. Sometimes this means ribar or other reinforcing materials. We hope you know we’re talking about a large, multidog cage that stays in one place, right? Lol. Not a portable one, but one that stays put for shelters and families with more than 1 dog.
So reinforcement is huge. Just make sure you get the right stuff.
Secondly, you want to make sure the proper bars are installed so the dogs cant escape. You can get steel or hardened plastic. Steel is probably going to be your best bet in this case.
Third, you want to make sure that concrete is resurfaced, sealed, and properly stained. We get all of our work done by the guys at concrete staining San Diego, and let me tell you, they do an absolutely amazing job. But if you’re not in the CA region, then please try to use a surface sealant that doesn’t harm your dogs skin.
Fourth and Finally, you should have a cage that allows the dog to go out to the bathroom at night or when they need to during the day. Make sure it’s a grassy area and that they have access to poo or pee if they need to. Hope you found this helpful.
What about you guys? Do you have any tips or suggestions for building a decent cage for your beloved dogs? Feel free to let me know in the comments section below, or shoot me an email! Thanks!