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Old 08-04-2011, 08:22 AM   #29
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Yep....We have a built-in dog kennel under our new diner, for Jack...


Rex,

That is SOOPER!!! Great work!!!

Jack must be a lot like Fado...NO door.

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That is SOOPER!!! Great work!!!

Jack must be a lot like Fado...NO door.

Bob
Thanks Bob.... Not finished yet, but Jack loves to go there when he is feeling nervous. It's his safe spot, when I'm work'in on Rita, and running power tools, etc.
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Building in kennels

I've followed this thread while I was planning, and tonight, my gutted airstream finally arrives in my yard to begin renovations. While, of course, the plumbing and electrical comes first, designing kennels is the first interior piece.

I have a new career, training service dogs. Which means extra dogs in the airstream.

So that's 6 of my own, all over 50 pounds, including a 140 lb mastiff, and usually 2 in training. The kennels will be built in.

I'm thinking extruded aluminum framing with diamondplate panels.

I will keep you updated!
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