So what can you put in their crate so your pup has something comfortable to lay on?
Well.... I've come across something new tonight that I'll be giving a whirl.
These berber crate pads!
I just ordered them tonight and will report back later with my review.
I did go with a kennel pack (berber in mocha) so I have a few on hand and can wash them as needed.
The company is Far More Shade and is located in Texas and uses only USA made materials.
You can find them on Facebook too!
I'm a big believer in crating my Bostons when I'm away. It's their "safe space."
I don't trust them all to be out and about together when I'm not around.
Sometimes people will cover their crate to keep it nice and dark and den like.
However, I highly *discourage* covering a wire crate with a blanket as I have just read that a pup can pull the blanket into their crate, chew a hole, and hang/strangle themself.
Super scary and I do not want that happening to you!
If you feel the need to cover the crate, use something hard (a board or something) so they can't pull it into their crate.
Also never leave a collar on a pup in a crate, again they could get caught in there.
I don't suggest putting things in there with them such as toys, treats, etc. as it poses a choking hazard.
As far as crate sizes go I suggest using a small size 24" and I buy them on Chewy.com
They are the most affordable, easy to clean, and my go to crate.
Congratulations Dave and Bre on your recent wedding.
Featured is a Finnegan x Ginger pup -- Miss Marvie Maybelle.
Photographer: The Photography Shoppe
I've been wondering if Rogue is really pregnant or not so I scheduled her an X-Ray today to confirm. I figured if she was pregnant she'd only have 1-3 puppies and I needed to know if it was another singleton or not. Turns out there are no puppies on the X-ray today along with ultrasound. That's ok. That happens. She can help Hedwig clean her puppies in a couple of weeks or so since Rogue has always been a big helper with newborn puppies. :)