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Double Stack Dog Kennel Designs For Max Efficiency in Boarding, Grooming
Need room to grow, but limited on space? Build up, not out! Mason's Modular Double Deck™ Kennels are the ultimate space problem-solver. Our exclusive design is the only true double stacked modular kennel system available. All patented Double Deck runs are full height and provide easy walk-in access for dogs and handlers, so revenue-producing capacity is maximized without expanding the building or compromising quality. Mason Company's Double Deck system is a proven success to customers who are using it.
The Tri-Kennel is a back-to-back run system providing three runs in the same space as two! The Tri-Kennel combines a full height Sani-Kennel on one side with Mason Company's double stacked run system, the K-9 Cabins, on the other. The three units share one back panel for cost savings. The transfer door in the lower half of the back panel enables the lower K-9 Cabin to open to the Sani-Kennel, creating a variety of configuration options for staff and dogs.
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3 “2-stacked” Custom Dog Kennels side by side.
This luxury animal daycare facility used our double stack kennels/cages in the feline room. They hung beta fish bowls on the kitty litter door for endless entertainment. How creative is that? Direct Animal’s dog kennel panels, runs, floors and other premium dog kennel designs can be customized for your style and function standards in any spaceOur double stack kennel cage has a perforated sub-floor for dogs who pee in their cages. The urine runs down into the pull out tray for easy cleaning. Great to use with a pee pee pad. Direct Animal’s dog kennel panels, runs, floors and other premium dog kennel designs can be customized for your style and function standards in any spaceDouble Stack Dog Kennel Designs For Max Efficiency in Boarding, Grooming. Direct Animal’s dog kennel panels, runs, floors and other premium dog kennel designs can be customized for your style and function standards in any spaceThese can be indoor/outdoor or indoor/indoor kennels with a pass through front to back or double stacked cages with a pass through side to side. (Preference for indoor/outdoor kennels when possible- small dog kennels may be preferred indoors).When designing a new facility or remodeling the current facility, it is important to not only think about the type of housing that will be used, but also the appropriate number of housing units to have for each type of animal that the shelter cares for. Determining the number of housing units is based on past intake and outcome trends as well as the shelter’s capacity for care (C4C) – the ability to provide all animals in their care with the . Understanding this and developing population management strategies to achieve C4C, will allow the organization to be successful in the new/remodeled facility in terms of providing outstanding welfare (for both animals and staff) and positive outcomes.Below are resources to help understand and determine these aspects of facility design. This is the beginning of a larger resource that is currently under development.Dr. Kate Hurley’s Conference Lectures from the 2014 University of Florida’s Shelter Medicine Course (video recordings) – these are very good:There is also a very good PowerPoint that Dr. Hurley put together for the 2014 Business of Saving Lives Conference and although it is labeled for cats, much of it also applies to dogs as well – Recent article in Animal Sheltering Magazine: The following recommendations meet or exceed those of the Association of Shelter Veterinarians: Guidelines for Standards of Care in Animal Shelters. A cornerstone of successful shelter design is the size and type of animal housing. It is critical that housing is and of the size recommended or larger. All animals are to be housed individually (exceptions – mothers and offspring, bonded pairs, juveniles, purpose designed group housing). If animals are expected to be housed in the animal shelter for periods beyond about 14 days then accommodation for the animal needs for housing space, out of housing time and provisions for behavioral needs according to the individual animal needs; the housing recommendations provided here are not intended for extended stays. More information on facility design can be found .Condos/Caging – These can be indoor/outdoor or indoor/indoor kennels with a pass through front to back or double stacked cages with a pass through side to side. (Preference for indoor/outdoor kennels when possible- small dog kennels may be preferred indoors). In sleek stainless steel or powder-coated colors to match your décor, our Direct double stack dog kennel designs offer maximum efficiency and ergonomics.