A wooden dog kennel and run from Garden and Animal Structures will firstly provide your dog with a safe and secure home. Secondly, you will have a dog kennel built to high standards by a qualified Joiner. We use our own professional installation team and have extensive knowledge to help you choose your new dog house. We will be with you from your first enquiry to the last nail in your new dog kennel. A full in-house service from the build to the installation.
We are proud to provide a high-quality yet affordable range of premium dog kennels for sale. Our wooden dog kennels are handmade to order, and we manufacture them in our Stoke on Trent, UK based workshop. Our range of large, bespoke dog kennels with runs include free installation and nationwide delivery! We also include free aluminium, anti-chew strips around pop holes. Unlike other dog kennel manufacturers, we use tongue and groove cladding for the entire structure. Tanalised cladding is used to build the walls, floors and roof to provide a sturdy and robust product that will last.
We want you to have a dog kennel and run that is impressive and striking. With this purpose in mind, each kennel section is individually hand-crafted, rather than mass-produced stock panels. As a result, we can make each wooden panel as large as possible to reduce unsightly joining strips. Be safe in the knowledge that your four-legged friend will have a safe and secure environment – whether it be for a few hours during the day or a permanent home.
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If you are in the market for a new kennel, it might be worth having a quick read through our latest blog post. Here we talk about ways to keep the weather out of your dog kennel! We are also happy to offer advice over the phone so give us a call on 01782 821103 🙂
Winter is fast approaching, and those of you with dogs living outdoors will be thinking about how to keep your four-legged friends warm and cosy. So, what do you use to keep your kennels warm? What have you found to be the best kennel heater - heat lamp, infrared or tube heater? Or do you find that an insulated kennel stays warm enough? Let us know and we will create a blog post to share with those looking for advice!