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For the Safest Dog Kennel Designs, Consider These 4 Questions

Tuesday, Apr 1st, 2014

If you’re managing a dog boarding/grooming business, animal shelter or other pet-related organization, you know that safe pet-handling is a top concern. We know this too. We’ve spoken with hundreds of pet professionals about ways to maintain a safe environment for staff, customers and animals — minimizing or eliminating the potential for dog bites, pinched fingers, […]

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Top Trends in Dog Kennel Designs for 2014

Tuesday, Feb 11th, 2014

“We want bigger, brighter and more inviting kennels that are easy to clean.” That’s what we’re hearing this year from shelter owners, dog boarding facilities managers, dog groomers and other pet professionals.   Our customers tell us that people feel more positive about adopting pets when they see them in bright, friendly surroundings. And, clients […]

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Anatomy of a groomer’s ideal dog wash tub: Direct Model 800 Dog Bath Tub

Tuesday, Oct 8th, 2013

Direct Animal image: The anatomy of a groomer's ideal dog wash tub: our Model 800-00 tub.

Anatomy of a groomer’s ideal dog wash tub. We’ve seen how groomers work with big dogs, squirmy dogs, scared dogs, nippy dogs and all kinds of other dogs on a daily basis. That’s why we came up with a dog bath tub that will make your life easier. A while back, our engineers were discussing […]

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How to select the best cat condo for your facility-Direct Animal

Wednesday, Jun 12th, 2013

Choosing a cat condo (or set of cat condos) for your shelter or boarding facility can be daunting. After all, you have numerous choices from many different companies — all trying you to convince you why they offer the best solutions. As you weed through all the choices and try to choose a quality, lasting […]

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How to Choose Dog Kennel Panels That Defy Urine

Friday, May 24th, 2013

When we talk with folks at dog boarding facilities, animal shelters, animal control centers, veterinary practices and other pet-care locations, we find that many of them struggle with a common enemy: dog urine. Specifically, dog urine is getting trapped underneath kennel panels… or even ruining the panel walls over a fairly short time. It’s extremely […]

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