Dog Crate Tough Indestructible Steel Dog Kennels for Pickup Truck Bed
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AINLEY KENNELS AND FABRICATION Ainley has specialized in innovative ideas for the dog owner who is looking for a trailer, dog truck, or kennel box for his pickup. Over the years they have built their reputation for tough, durable units that they stand behind. They build all of their products out of stainless steel or aluminum to withstand the riggers of hard use in the field. The main frame, side-skirting, rear bumper, and rain gutters are all made of lightweight aluminum or stainless steel for years of service. Next, they use only stainless steel rivets and hinges when fabricating the outer seamless skin.
HIGHWAY PRODUCTS This year Highway Products of White City, OR, has improved on their line of kennel boxes that were designed for use in pickups. Their new line of dog boxes and kennel saddle boxes come with a full Lifetime Warranty and are constructed of .100 marine-grade diamond plate aluminum. Now old rover can travel in style and comfort in a lockable kennel box that fits into a pickup and that will not twist or crack with use. Their line of kennel boxes has heavy-duty locks and doors that even the most zealous dog cannot destroy.
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There are many different types of portable and semi-portable dog kennels that will do well in the bed of a pickup truck. The following are all decent solutions for hauling hounds.“I hate to see dogs loose in the pick-up beds because I know too well that dogs can get killed in a second. One time, years ago, I was driving on Mopac when a beautiful Labrador fell off a pick up truck bed, at least 500 ft. ahead of me. He had been riding loose. I saw the poor dog bounce on the asphalt, and roll several times, at great speed, each time bouncing again, hurting himself, trying to stand up, but he couldn’t because of the momentum. I can still see this in my memory as it happened just now. Finally, the poor dog got up and stood there in the middle of Mopac, disconcerted and lost. It was very lucky that there were a few seconds of no cars in the road, so no one ran him over. I was able to stop on the inner lane and called him. Dog heard me and happily got into my car. The poor dog, he was such a nice, gentle, and obedient dog. He had beautiful smart eyes, but was in so much pain and lost. I could see the pain in his eyes. He didn’t understand what happened. I took off with the dog in my car right before a massive amount of cars came down at full speed. It was a matter of seconds, and with a single thing different, that dog would have gotten killed that day. I caught up with his dumb owners who had parked their truck a mile away, looking for their dog. We all went down to Zilker park where I had to release the poor dog to his owners. I told them how dangerous it was. The owner, a young guy, was in tears, shaking but relieved to see that his dog was OK. Even then, the owner resisted to being told to use a kennel or transport his dog in the truck, safe with him. He loved his dog, but was too dumb to know any better. Luckily, the beautiful dog was all skinned but had no broken bones, no major injury. I checked that he was OK. Dog went running in Zilker Park, licking his owners, even catching a frisbee. It was amazing, but he was OK. It can happen in a second, the dog can get killed in a second. It’s too dangerous. Poor dogs deserve better.” – Anonymous