Easy peasy lift up lid on our cabin style kennel. No handles or sharp edges for your dog to catch on when jumping up and down. This is an alternative to our Alton single kennel which normally has the walk-in sleep. The kennel will have a dog run and roof over. ... See MoreSee Less
Our customer for this particular kennel opted for Stokbord lining in the run, which is useful to stop chewers getting their mouths around any exposed framework. She also had a sliding hatch along with a draught screen. We lined the inside of the kennel sleep with PVC insulation and phenolic coated wipe clean flooring. A stable door allowed access into the sleep, and a viewing window provides natural light into the kennel.
Our Hampton kennel is popular due to the full-height, apex roof. The run is sheltered by a solid back and end, and this layout can also be preferred for nervous dogs as it is more enclosed.
Measuring 6’3” to the eaves and 7’3” to the ridge. THE KENNEL SLEEP AREAS MEASURES 5’ x 4′. THE KENNEL RUN AREA MEASURES 5′ x 6’6''. TOTAL SIZE 5′ x 10’6” ... See MoreSee Less
Here is our Alton single kennel in a bespoke size of 8ft x 8ft to fit into a recess in our customer's garden. The kennel sleep measured 3ft wide x 8ft deep, and the run measured 5ft wide x 8ft deep. Upgrades included wipe clean flooring, draught screen and a sliding hatch. A compact height kennel with plenty of space for housing her two dogs.
Features include: - tanalised timber used for walls, floor and roof - 12mm thick (finished) tongue and groove clad - 45mm thick (finished) framework - superior quality roofing felt with self-sealing backing - 5cm gap bar galvanised dog run panel - aluminium anti-chew strips included free of charge