How do you make a dog kennel?


Making a dog kennel can be a fun and interesting project. You are going to need fencing, cement, a gate, and a roof. First find the area in which you would like to build the kennel. You then lay down a cement foundation. Next you take fencing material and dig it into the ground. Next you are going to want to cover the area with a roof. Next you want to get a gate that attaches to the fence. You do not want to leave your dog in a kennel for a long period of time.
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