Most homesteaders do keep dogs — often to protect the livestock — but whether your dogs are working dogs or pets, this is a great way to keep them safely contained until they are mature enough to be on their own on your property. You can keep an eye on them, they cannot get into your garden, your trash or other places they are not supposed to be and cannot harm other animals. YET they can still run, play, and just be dogs! Check out Installing a Dog Run!
About the Author
- Jo Rellime
Jo is a devoted wife and retired technical writer turned photographer, blogger, gardener, and cook with a passion for homesteading and self-sufficiency as a philosophy and lifestyle. She and her husband, Eddie, are newbie homesteaders who write about everything from gardening, repurposing lifeless junk, learning new kitchen skills (including preservation & scratch cooking), and transitioning from the city to the country. Jo shares her and Eddie’s adventures at Homestead Chronicles.
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