Q&A: Chain link fencing for dog kennel- can you buy and attach bottom pipe separatley?

Question by magy: for kennel- can you buy and attach bottom pipe ?
Looking for a , had an offer for some cheap chain link fencing BUT it has no ‘pole’ on the bottom, concerned dogs would just push it out. anything you can buy separately to keep it solid along the bottom to keep dogs from pushing it out?

Best answer:

Answer by judy_derr38565
You can buy galvanized pipe, but it should be put on with proper fixtures on the bottom of the upright, you can also stretch air line cable along the bottom weaving it in and out every two foot or so, either way if your dogs like to dig they can still get out, probably the cheapest and simplest solution is to buy chicken wire and dig a trench under the fence to the inside of the run and bury it, you can wire a foot or so of the chicken wire to the bottom of the fence then take it thru the bottom on the fence at least two foot and bury….depending on what size run you are putting in it might be easier to put a regular run up, if you want to do it right check with Crest Line Kennel Runs..

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

Dog Kennel Fence Installation Part 1 of 2

Expert advice on Fence Installation

Midwest Life Stages Single-Door Folding Metal Dog Crate, 42 Inches by 28 Inches by 31 Inches

Midwest Life Stages Single-Door Folding Metal Dog Crate, 42 Inches by 28 Inches by 31 Inches

  • Exceptionally versatile single-door dog with adjustable divider panel
  • Safe and secure slide-bolt latches; 1-1/2-by-5-1/2-inch mesh; rounded corners
  • Easily sets up and folds down for storage and portability; 2 plastic handles
  • Durable satin-black electro-coat finish; ABS-plastic pan included
  • Measures 42 by 28 by 31 inches; 1-year limited warranty
  • Composite plastic Pan
  • Divider Panel
  • Dual slide bolt latches
  • Fold and Carry Configuration
  • Rounded corners for Pets protection

The MIDWEST Life Stages folding Dog Crate/Cage cuts house breaking time in half and reduces behavioral problems, wether your starting again with a new puppy or starting again with a adult dog . The Life Stages line of dog crates/cages has everything you need to be successful! Each crate/cage has a FREE divider panel to ensure the proper size crate for your puppy from the start. Each Crate is equipped with safe and secure slide bolt latches, two plastic handles and a ABS composite plastic pan fo

List Price: $ 139.99

Price: [wpramaprice asin=”B00063MQMG”]

[wpramareviews asin=”B00063MQMG”]


You May Also Like These Topics...
Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,
Previous Post
dc7180391f3cc71823bdb23d98ba9a4d.jpg
Dog 49er Jersey

Article: Sports jerseys

Next Post
cat-and-dog.jpg
Dog Ramp

Q&A: I need to create ramp for my limping dog to get up two steps, any suggestions?

Comments

    • MegaBeast17
    • August 30, 2012

    cool like a pool!

    • tipsybo
    • August 29, 2012

    This is a great instructional video- thanks!

    • brady stevens
    • August 29, 2012

    i have four dog al houds 2 puppies and 2 full grown on the flull grown dogs can jump 8 feet what should i use for fenceing

    • stj
    • August 29, 2012

    Ya what Bert said, that it

    • onemocc
    • August 29, 2012

    yes you’re right. without the bottom rail for it to attach to the dogs will just push their way out of the bottom. you can get the parts you need at lowes or home depot. you need to get two pieces that attach to the corner poles and then the rail goes into the socket on that. you can also get the wirelike ties that fastens it to the rail. fasten every couple of feet to make sure it is good and tight. any slack will allow them to get out.

    • buildermeister
    • August 29, 2012

    I am not sure. I had bought some tool room caging and it works great. It is welded chain link that is welded to a frame they measure 5′ x 9′ and they bolt together.

    • paigespirate
    • August 29, 2012

    Yes, you can buy it all seperately, either at fencing supply stores or hardware stores.
    The actual chain link is the inexpensive part. The posts, connectors and rails are all seperate purchases and the most expensive portion.
    The least expensive option is to buy all seperately, at a Lowe’s type of store and assemble it yourself.

    • Bert C
    • August 29, 2012

    Sure. You would need to by chain link top rail pipe, top rail pockets and clamps. You then cut the top rail pipe to fit between your upright posts and clamp in place. It should look just like your top rail, but be on the bottom of the fence. Then wire-tie the chain link fabric to the bottom just like the top.

    Bert

Leave a Reply

0 Shares
Tweet
Share
Share
Pin