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Dog kennel with roofed area

This is a discussion on Dog kennel with roofed area within the Off-Topic section of the Dog Forums forum, part of the Dogs category, I am looking for a kennel for my dogs that has the following attributes:

I live in a neighborhood with a lot of traffic....

dog kennel with roofed area

I am looking for a kennel for my dogs that has the following attributes:

I live in a neighborhood with a lot of traffic. I need a kennel that will keep them safe, dry and quiet during the day. They cannot be let out while I am gone, unless they have a door that they can be let out of or I can leave them on a leash. At night, it would be nice if the area had a roof, but I can live without that, if the weather is not a problem.

I have searched the boards and found some kennels that look like what I am looking for, but they seem to have a lot of the attributes that I don't need and want.

We currently have two kennels, a metal one that has a mesh roof (to be a little quieter) and a wire one, but the wire one doesn't have a roof.

What do you all think?

"If you want to see the true meaning of Christmas, just look in a mirror." -- Andy Borowitz

The "mesh" roof isn't necessarily better in terms of "sound", since the mesh is designed to let air flow through the kennel and will act as a windbreak. However, there's a difference between windbreak and soundproofing -- if there is a sound source outside of your house that is making a lot of noise, there isn't much you can do about it. For example, I'm pretty sure that you can't stop the sounds of cars passing by.

If you do have a noisy outside source, there are a lot of options for a quiet kennel. There are several different types of "quiet" kennels.

One is a "kennel" that has mesh walls and an open roof -- these can be found for under $100.

Another type is a metal "A-frame" kennel -- these can be found for around $150, but they tend to be rather small, which may not be enough space for your dogs.

If you decide to spend the money on a kennel, make sure you get one with proper insulation.

Thanks for the reply. I will have to wait until the day after Christmas to get a metal A-frame one. I was going to ask for that one if I wanted one.

I do live on a busy road and my neighbor is in the city. But the kennel can be locked and they don't go out very much. As for the wind, we had the metal one on Christmas and I didn't have any problems. The wind was pretty constant, so I didn't think it would be a problem. The "c" was a little noisy, but that didn't bother me because it was when I was getting the dogs in and out. I just set them down and they were quiet in the kennel. They didn't bother me.

Thanks for the reply. I will have to wait until the day after Christmas to get a metal A-frame one. I was going to ask for that one if I wanted one.

I do live on a busy road and my neighbor is in the city. But the kennel can be locked and they don't go out very much. As for the wind, we had the metal one on Christmas and I didn't have any problems. The wind was pretty constant, so I didn't think it would be a problem. The "c" was a little noisy, but that didn't bother me because it was when I was getting the dogs in and out. I just set them down and they were quiet in the kennel. They didn't bother me.

You're in Chicago, and I'm in Denver, so you're only 5 or 6 hours away. Just be aware that most kennel sales in Chicago are after the holidays, so you'll probably have to wait until spring.

The "mesh" roof isn't necessarily better in terms of "sound", since the mesh is designed to let air flow through the kennel and will act as a windbreak. However, there's a difference between windbreak and soundproofing -- if there is a sound source outside of your house that is making a lot of noise, there isn't much you can do about it. For example, I'm pretty sure that you can't stop the sounds of cars passing by.

If you do have a noisy outside source, there are a lot of options for a quiet kennel. There are several different types of "quiet" kennels.

One is a "kennel" that has mesh walls and an open roof -- these can be found for under $100.

Another type is a metal "A-frame" kennel -- these can be found for around $150, but they tend to be rather small, which may not be enough space for your dogs.

If you decide to spend the money on a kennel, make sure you get one with proper insulation.

"If you want to see the true meaning of Christmas, just look in a mirror." -- Andy Borowitz

Thanks for the reply. I will have to wait until the day after Christmas to get a metal A-frame one. I was going to ask for that one if I wanted one.

I do live on a busy road and my neighbor is in the city. But the kennel can be locked and they don't go out very much. As for the wind, we had the metal one on Christmas and I didn't have any problems. The wind was pretty constant, so I didn't think it would be a problem. The "c" was a little noisy, but that didn't bother me because


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