Kennel Flooring and Drainage - Page 1

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by Doomsayer on 23 August 2004 - 19:08

Does anyone know what is the best substance to put under and kennel for drainage. I heard Rock,clay, sand, granite?? I considering putting down a synthethis flooring with something (example: Rock, etc. under it for drainage?? Any idea or recommenation would be much appreciated???

by Hucklebuck on 23 August 2004 - 19:08

Doomsayer, what do you mean under a kennel floor? Do you mean under a concrete pad? OR, are you asking what to use for the flooring itself?

by Doomsayer on 23 August 2004 - 21:08

I'm thinking under a kennel floor which would be porous. I'mnot even considering concrete as in my experience has been to hard on the dogs elbows and hips. I am considering some type of synthetic floor very either cedar shaving, crushed rock or something. I feel I have to have some thing s under the kennel. It not for living in more for giving the dogs there own place in the yard

by bcoats on 24 August 2004 - 01:08

I would do it similar to what we also use for our Horse Stalls. A combination of layerd sand, pea gravel, more sand..etc.......this helps the urine to flow through and you get better drainage. The also make rubber mats, or a crumbled form of rubber made from recycled tires which would give the legs some relieve :) Beth

by viking on 24 August 2004 - 08:08

Poured-in-place rubber is used in equestrian facility but can be utilized in kennels as well. It's seamless, non-porous, indestructible, great product.

by Barny on 24 August 2004 - 12:08

Good layer of sand should do the trick.
anika bren

by anika bren on 24 August 2004 - 19:08

Has anyone tried the Instant kennel floor found at www. kennelfloor.com It is made of recycled rubber. It is nonporous and is supposed to drain well.

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