The type of weather and temperatures that you experience where you live will have a big impact on what kind of outside dog run you opt for. If your region of the country experiences very extreme temperatures then you might not even be able to put your dog in an outside dog run without first making sure that it has a adequately insulated and heated or air-conditioned dog house inside of a covered dog run.
But not matter what the exact type of weathe
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r your part of the world has if you are going to be getting outside dog run then I suggest you get a run with an all weather guard cover. If you don't have a weather guard it is easy to purchase on online and they come in all shapes and sizes. The weather guard is pretty much an essential for all types of climates. Whether its rainy, sunny, snowy or windy the weather guard will provide your outside dog run with a protective barrier against the elements and that means your dog will be better off and in good health. By putting a cover over your run it will provide shade when the sun is shinning an important factor for dogs
that are sensitive to heat. If your dog house
is connected to a climate control system by insulating it and keeping it out of the direct sun light you can add years to your AC/Heater unit. Insulating a your dog house
will also be to your dog's advantage both in hot weather and cold weather.
Make sure that any cover that you use for your dog run has a heavy duty frame with a UV treated solid all weather fabric protective material to give you both quality and durability.