Debbie Meier Posted January 20, 2009 Report Share Posted January 20, 2009 We need to remodel our front dog kennel this spring to bring it up to code, currently it is equipped with a removable wood welping box that the state inspector says has to go. The inspector loves the design of it, and it would be perfect for someone with just a couple of dogs but since we are a licensed kennel it does not meet state standards. Does anyone have any suggestions or examples of their whelping boxes that would meet state standards. Basically, it can not have any exposed wood. The building is an old insulated milkhouse that has two 6 foot long by 3 foot deep interior bays that have small entry doors to two seperate kennel runs. Right now I have one bay with a two piece removeable divider in it that has a high door and a lid making the whelping box. As pups get older I can switch the top and bottom of the divider so the door is low and the pups can go in and out, I guess it described as an interior dog house that slides out simular to what you see in horse barns with removable stall dividers. Deb Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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