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Professor Piper
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Just a short post to pass on an experience...

I would NOT recommend FenceMaster's Kennel in a Box.

I bought one a while back to give my cats (house variety) a safe place to play outdoors...They aren't allowed to roam free, but love to be outside...

I figured the four foot tall FenceMaster product would give them a nice little play area right?

Sure, after the FIASCO of putting the da*n thing together...It is a freaking MESS...

It's difficult to do alone and not much easier with two...I DO NOT recommend this product what-so-ever.

I DO, however, endorse their pre-built larger kennel systems (I currently have 5 of their 10'x6' models that I used as pre-made fencing panels to build a 1500 sq.ft. kennel for our dogs.)...

Just thought I'd give a heads up on their 4' in a box model....

It stinks!

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tdowell2007
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Hey Prof~
Thanks for the tip. I had looked into a type of kennel system for my beloved dog, Misty. She also loves to be outside but hate the thought of a chain so she barks...I get out of my chair...leaswh.....we go for a walk. LOL Works so far but would love to let her run a bit outside! Thanks again!
Tony
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No problem Tony...

Like I said, their pre-built panels are a BREEZE to assemble and work with...I have 5 (which means 15 solid panels and 5 door panels)...These hold up very well to abuse, moving, and re-assembling...I've moved my kennel about 4 times now and have only minimal wear&tear...(Normally just re-securing the bottom of the fencing to the frame mainly)....The door latches are secure so it's safe as well. They are also easy to join together (which I did) so you can increase square footage without much expense.

Prof. Piper
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P.S. If you have a Home Depot or Lowes Home Improvement in your area, ALWAYS ask the guy who runs the "Lawn and Garden" section if they have damaged kennels for sale...Often the pre-made stuff gets damaged slightly by the fork-lifts they use to unload them...If they are damaged, they'll sell them to you for deep discounts...I got 3 of my five kennels for half price!
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Hey Prof~
Thanks for the tip! I will check that out. Gotta love a bargain!!! Smile
Tony
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