... the box stalls
Once introduced to his new home, the puppy should initially be left alone as little as possible. The absence of the pack leader should be slow and gradual. As an adult, he will understand your schedule and his own perfectly – times for relieving himself, eating and playing – and with your help, he will learn much faster than you might imagine (for those who have never raised a dog).
On occasion, you may not see him for days or even weeks due to work, vacations or other obligations, but remember that he is waiting for you and, as far away as you might be, your loyal friend will always remember who you are to him.
The Tosaken Gold's kennel offers all of its friends the option of "lodging" in spacious, insulated box stalls, complete with a sleeping area and water system that continuously filters the water, and obviously all the space, love and passion of the people who run the kennel.