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    Looked in product review for anything to do with kennels and found nada. Is there a link? Apparently I am search-challenged.
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    Thanks, 'preciate it
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    Mason hands down! I know you said you didn't want chain link but the chain link is woven into the frame making it Fort Knox for your dogs. The gates also have a place to put a padlock should you desire extra security. Also, they provide little 1" feet that attach to the bottom of kennel sction allowing for easy clean up and water flow. Great system and great people!!
    Chet Welch
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    Thanks Chet, I'm leaning towards the chainlink after your and other posts.
    Gonna call Mason on Monday before I pour my slab.
    Gregg Leonard

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    Gregg-

    I was fortunate enough to be able to pick up my kennels directly from the factory (about a 3 hour drive), while I was there they gave me a tour of the place I was really impressed!!

    The kennel panels are also easy to put together, its a two man job but I'm sure you can get someone to help. Enjoy!!
    Chet Welch
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    Old topic, but wanted to see if anyone has any input on the TK Product kennels?
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    Greg, Mason are awesome I have 4 of them I bought 4 yrs ago they look brand new. Awesome product that will last forever. There engineering department is great to work with also. You get what you pay for! Chad
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Baker View Post
    Greg, Mason are awesome I have 4 of them I bought 4 yrs ago they look brand new. Awesome product that will last forever. There engineering department is great to work with also. You get what you pay for! Chad
    I have no idea why you would even own a kennel. Grady & Trav sleep where ever they want to. As it should be.
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    Just installed T K Products kennel panels. It is an awesome panel and door system.
    I would highly recommend it.
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