Highly anticipated by our customers, we have finally got round to showing off our bespoke dog breeding kennel. The brief started in 2018 when our lovely customer sent us a few photos of the design and layout. As a family run business, we do put a lot of thought into what bespoke jobs we do. There are a lot of things to consider when taking on a large build like this one. Our first thoughts were “we don’t fancy doing that” and sent our apologies, not thinking much more of it. However, after reading our 5* website reviews, our customer (who I will call K) was back in touch. Insistent that she wanted us to do the work for her, we went about pricing up the job.
There were many details to work out, including a rear corridor with vents and windows. A kitchen area and isolation room that needed to be fully wipe clean, along with 5 dog kennel blocks. We worked with K ensuring that the dog kennels and runs were of adequate size to meet the breeding regulations. In addition, there were a few extras to boost the stars on her breeding licence. After a few headaches over smaller details such as which way doors needed to open, having windows to each sleep and also sliding hatches from the dog runs, we were finally able to mutually agree on a final design and price. We were very fortunate to have K as a customer, as she was patient with my seemingly never-ending questions! I wanted every detail covered to ensure an end build that met all of K’s requirements.
A bespoke kennel block that includes a corridor and uPVC doors and windows. All extras to be included: PVC lined insulation, stable doors, sliding hatches, anti-chew pop holes, wipe clean floors and Onduline roofing. Perpsex non-opening windows along the corridor to allow light and vents for ventilation. Two side rooms as kitchen area and isolation room.
THE BREEDING KENNEL BUILD
Features to the breeding kennel included PVC lined insulation to all internal areas. As well as this, phenolic coated wipe clean flooring was added throughout (excluding runs). Each kennel had a fixed perspex window together with a galvansied mesh door from the rear corridor. A stable door lead out to the dog run. Having a uPVC side entrance door to the kitchen along with a front and side facing uPVC opening window. The isolation room was located at the opposite end having a fully wipeable floor and walls with a door for separation. The dog kennels also had sliding hatches and raised dog beds too!
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