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Dog runs: customers happy dogs in their Pens

on Monday, 25 November 2013. Posted in dog runs, Animal Cage


Please find attached a photo of the dog cage I built last year using your panels.

I have a large unsecure garden and was having great trouble preventing my dogs from escaping.

The cage was constructed on both patio and grass, as the dogs prefer using the grass for toilet purposes.

As you can see in the photo, the dogs can access the house via the dog flap in the door.

Your panels are of a very high quality and I am very pleased with my project.

It has been much admired and I can now go to work knowing that O.B. (Golden Retriever), Ned (Black Lab) and Maisy (Dalmation) are safe.

Best wishes

Lois Brereton



Hi Chris

Thought you might be interested on Millie's day house. It's a 6x3 double door pent roof shed with one of the doors cut in two. The 8x6 enclosed run consists of your 4ft door panel, a 4ft panel to the front side, two 4ft panels on the rear and a 2ft panel and 4ft panel to the end. Green mesh cover provides shade in summer.

The enclosure has been up for three years now and the coating shows no sign of corrosion. This is the second position we have used it in and found the fact it could be simply unbolted, moved and reconstructed a real bonus.





Our sons cockapoos love the run.




Here are a few of Jenson in his day pen.

Can we also say the pen is fantastic, does everything we need and Jenson loves it. Easy to construct and well built.


Si Lundy


Andy Beard

The Benefits of a Dog Run

on Monday, 30 November 2015. Posted in dog runs

Why You Should Purchase A Dog Run.

So, you’re considering getting a dog run? That’s great! Dog runs are great additions to your home and offer a range of benefits to dog owners and their dogs.

For some people, the idea of a dog run looks small and unpleasant for dogs but you’ll be surprised. Besides dog runs can come in large sizes and give your furry friends plenty of space to roam, you’ll find dogs love dog runs and can benefit their lives.

In this blog, we look at those benefits and how a dog run can enrich both you and your dog.




Dog runs provides a safe space where your dog can exercise and gives owners peace of mind that they’re safe and not getting into trouble. If you’re dog’s a digger or just generally mischievous, you know how much trouble he or she can cause if not supervised.


A dog run is the perfect solution for this problem and will keep your immaculate garden safe.

As well as looking after your garden and stopping your dog from tunnelling under your fence, a dog run helps protect your dog from being stolen. No one likes to think about this but if you leave your dogs out in your garden over extended periods of time, you run the risk of having your dog stolen. A dog run is both a deterrent and can physically protect your dog from being taken from you.


Well Being


Dog runs can improve your dog’s life. Whether on their own or a friend, a dog run lets them be outside and enjoy themselves because it allows them to be stimulated. This could come from playing with toys in the run or simply observing their surroundings, this stimulates them and makes them happy.


When people leave their dogs cooped up indoors all the time, you’ll find them overloaded with energy with no output for it. That’s because, being penned up during the day, there’s nothing to stimulate them throughout the day. A dog run gives them that.


This is great during the summer. Being confined indoors on a hot day is not an ideal for your dog and a dog run lets them cool off with a nice summer breeze without you having to worry about them tearing up your garden.


Work Environment

For dog owners whose home is also a working environment, like a farm, a dog run can be essential. Instead of cooping your dog inside all day, they can be outside and enjoy themselves without you having to worry about them getting hurt or causing trouble to your business.

Somewhere like a farm with machinery or livestock, dogs can get overly excited or afraid, bolting and causing trouble. As you can imagine, this could disrupt your business, cost you money, harm your dog or others. A dog run stops this but does not limit them to being penned up all day.

As you can see, a dog run can give your dog a safe, enclosed space to play and exercise while keeping them safe. For dog owners considering purchasing a dog run, have a look at the range we provide.

Timber Framed Dog Run Structure with mesh panel infill

on Wednesday, 22 April 2015. Posted in dog runs, Animal Cage

Timber framed Lean to, with Dog run panel mesh inserts.



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