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||Mike Callahan's Dog Transport
The dogs have a straw bed and only take up half of the back. I fit it into a
camper shell on my small pickup. The windows open on the side for access to the rear. The
photo shows my small team snubbed and ready to go for a skijor trip along the crest of the
||Caroline Blair-Smith, Albany Township, Maine
crescent-shaped vents on the door are in honor of the name of the kennel: Mornington
Two PVC pipes run the length of the box, with holes drilled every two inches or so,
like finger holes in a flute. Since the holes are in the top half (pointing up and
outboard) of the pipe, any moisture that enters the tube obeys gravity and gets spit out
the back. Fresh, cool air flows through the holes and vents the boxes. In very cold
weather, the forward end of the pipes can be stoppered.
||Kerrie Williams, Nenana, Alaska
Kennels and Howl Raiser Kennel moving to Alaska
|Alistair Spowart, UK
Alistair's van shows the type of dog haulers common in the UK. It can carry 12
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