Dog Runs

   Being Dog Owners ourselves, we know the importance of caring for your dogs so we've designed     these runs with your dogs best interests in mind!!

We build our Dog runs with the policy of 'No Come Backs', therefore we use only top quality materials.

The kennels are H3 treated Plywood on the inside, with a H4 treated timber floor covered with Galvanised tin sheet to protect it from the elements. We use Plywood as a lining because it reflects heat well and it won't dry out and get 'gappy' like timber will.

Yes, the kennel roof is hinged, you can easily get to your dog from the rear - it's fastened shut with a latch on the back.

Standard Kennel Dimensions

We use only NZ steel mills medium wall Galv pipe for the runs ( NOT cheap light wall pipe!!) 50mm chainlink mesh and the floors are 100 x 25mm H4 treated timber.

There are two size cages available :

--      1.3m Cage , suitable for small to medium Dogs

--      1.6m Cage, suitable for medium to large Dogs
We can supply the runs with either a mesh roof or a corrugated roof.

1.3 Cage With Roof option
1.6m Cage With Roof
Raised runs - raised to 500mm floor height. Becoming a popular choice, an easy way for you to set up your runs without the hassle of banging in posts.


  1.3m Cage       Excl GST               Incl Gst

          Single                    $834.78                 $960

  1.6m Cage         Excl GST                Incl GST  

           Single                     $860.87               $990

           Double                $1,617.40             $1,860

          Triple                    $2426.09              $2,790

         Quad (four)       $3,356.09             $3,720


Frequently Asked Questions

Our kennels attach to the back of the run by slotting down on to a couple of 16mm steel pins – we match drill a couple of corresponding holes in the under strut of the kennel and the pins slot into those holes locking the run securely in place.
Yes the kennels are easily removed. In fact if you are heading away for the weekend with the pooch simply whip the kennel off the back of the run, chuck it on the back of your truck and you have the dogs weekend accommodation sorted!

No we do not add insulation to the kennels – you have to be very careful with insulation around dogs, some are very toxic to them. Plywood itself is a great insulator, it traps and bounces the heat around the box. We believe getting the kennel size right is far more important. If you make a kennel too large or with too big a door into it the dogs body heat isn’t enough to heat the space. Unlike people, dogs prefer and feel safer in a small snuggly space. If they are too hot they will lie out in the cage instead.

Yes there is a wee cost difference. A raised single dog run is $30 extra. A raised multiple (ie: a double, triple or quad) is an extra $50 incl gst for the extra bit of pipe and work involved in the fabrication. Well worth it though, make setting up the motel at home a breeze.

No. You can choice either mesh all round the cage or mesh panels with a corrugated zinc roof over the top for the same price!

A roof over the run is a good option if the motel is going to be situated in a spot that doesn’t have any other shade (eg: trees)

Our standard size kennel is perfect for a medium to large working dog (huntaway) sized dog. We can custom size kennels to your dog, often just changing the door size and entry height can be a big help.

No. We’ve looked into this, spoken to a Outdoor timber specialist and the answer is that for your Dog to get enough toxins in him/her to be you to start to worry about, they would need to eat their entire kennel, the floor of the kennel and for desert, the run floor – we’d like to think you would notice something was going on before then!!   🙄  

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