Why Steel Buildings Are Perfect for Doggy Daycares and Indoor Dog Parks
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Aside from giving dogs an indoor space to play to avoid extreme temperatures or other uncomfortable weather, the floors in indoor parks are typically more comfortable for their joints than the hard-packed dirt in an outdoor dog park, and they are easier to keep clean.
There are several diseases that dogs can catch in social settings like a park or daycare. According to the, these are the main illnesses that can spread in a facility:
- Canine Distemper: this spreads through particles in the air and through respiratory secretions.
- Dog Influenza: This is spread through contaminated surfaces and respiratory secretions.
- Parvo: This spreads through contact with infected dogs and contaminated surfaces.
- Kennel Cough: This is one of the most common viruses for a dog to pick up. It spreads through direct contact with infected dogs, contaminated surfaces, and airborne droplets.