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Why We Love Wooden Dog Kennels

November 15, 2013

If you are looking for a new home for your furry best friend, then you would most surely want to be buying a timber home that is built to last. Buying a cheap pet home can save you money upfront, but in the long run be more costly. One customer I knew came in to our store exasperated. She was there to buy a wooden dog kennel as her two dogs had ripped to shreds the last ones she bought that were cheaply made! She finally decided to pay that bit extra with the assurance that it was quality built with Australian timber. This is exactly why we love wooden dog kennels.

In the past, you may have noticed that most wooden dog kennels are hard to clean. You have to get on your knees and poke through a tiny door only to find who knows what when you are changing Max’s blanket?  It’s hard to get in the crevices and really clean a kennel out… eventually even your dog gets sick of the smell and mess. This is not so with Matt’s Homes kennels, designed with a removable Colorbond® roof for easy access and cleaning (who would have thunk?!). With small, medium and large sizes available, our wooden dog kennels are generously sized with off-set entrance (according to our research, most dog’s like a grand entrance), large roof overhang (good for the wet weather) and a raised moisture resistant floor. Made with quality built Australian jarrah and non-arsenic treated pine, this is timber that is built to last and withhold the elements and restless woofer.

So if you are looking for the curiously strong wooden dog kennels that are built to last, then visit Matt’s Homes and Outdoor Designs. Located Bayswater, you can call us on 1300 62 88 77. Our kennels come flat-packed for easy pick-up and ready to install yourself, or for an additional charge you can opt to purchase a fully assembled kennel. Believe us when we tell you, your dog will wuv you even more.

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