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Kennel set-ups

Discussion in 'Products & Equipment' started by doglady, Jan 19, 2008.

  1. doglady

    doglady Pup

    Building a new (outdoor) kennel and would like some ideas. I am looking for suggestions on outdoor set-ups including whelping areas. Let me know what has worked good for you.
     
  2. deepsouth

    deepsouth Big Dog

    magnum kennels

    pricey, but everyone says they're the best.
     
  3. Tonka03

    Tonka03 Big Dog

    they do have some nice stuff. man they are a lil high but looks to be good quality stuff.

    http://www.lbarmranch.com/services.html

    is this who you are talking about?

    Tony
     
  4. deepsouth

    deepsouth Big Dog

  5. simms

    simms CH Dog

    The city of FW is recomending kennel set ups as a means to contain your animals now. They used the yellow lab in that portable outside kennel enclosure as a example to present to the city council.

    My advice to anyone that is considering or forced to find another means of confinement for thier animals out side of tethering. Do not not trust these kennels alone, these kennels need to be renforced....

    Also check your city codes to make sure there are no restrictions before putting up a kennel.
     
  6. deepsouth

    deepsouth Big Dog

    Make sure your kennel is COVERED on top.
     
  7. AKPit

    AKPit Big Dog


    I second this one...ours are super easy to set up and the company was great to work with....well worth the money IMO
     
  8. jadedpitgirl

    jadedpitgirl Top Dog

    I got my first magnum kennel from Tractor Supply for about $550, that was in '03. It's still here, got a little rust here and there, but it does it's job damn well! My suggestion, however, don't leave it on dirt. Either make a concrete slab, use cinder blocks/patio blocks or build you a short deck with 2x4's. You can even lay some bull panel across the bottom of the pen and cover it with pea-gravel or rubber matting. Make sure you put a top on it, I suggest using aluminum pans (placed directly on top/no spaces between kennel and roof) angled for drainage.I personally will not use another kennel, especially anything in chain link. Chain link is a joke and I have seen 3 or 4 month old bulldog pups eat right through it. If you want to build your own, you can use some of that "non-climb" fence with the same ideas as the magnum kennel. I have seen short kennels made out of bull panel, with 2x4 floors and plywood tops. Anything is feasible. Just make sure it will contain your dog no matter what!!!
     
  9. 215pitts

    215pitts Top Dog

  10. smokey024

    smokey024 Big Dog

    You should check out your local home improvment store here we have Menards and they sell the same panels for less than a couple of the sites I glance at and you would probably save some on shipping also.
     
  11. purplepig

    purplepig CH Dog

    Outside kennel?

    Use Horse panel. It has the 2" X 4" pattern in 6 guage. The hog panels have a 6"X6" pattern. They come in 60"X16' pieces. And like others said, concrete floor, and solid roof. If you want a nice design, pm me and let me know how many dogs, and I can draw it up for you.
     

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