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American Kennel Club

Model # 308595AKC

Internet # 203856112

Store SKU # 362581

6 ft. x 10 ft. x 6 ft. Chain Link Kennel

$199.00 /each
  • Heavy-duty, all-steel frame
  • Quick-Connect System
  • Dog-safe security latch

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Model # 308595AKC

Internet # 203856112

Store SKU # 362581

The American Kennel Club (AKC) 6 ft. x 10 ft. x 6 ft. Outdoor Chain Link Kennel provides a 60 Square foot enclosure for any size dog or puppy and offers protection security and quality. The gate size is 21 in. wide x 68 in. high for easy access and the raised legs keep kennel from resting on the ground. Installs more easily and more quickly with a helper. This product is certified by the AKC, the leader in pet safety.

  • Powder-coated frame
  • Galvanized chain link, all steel wire ties
  • Weight: individually packaged, 106 lbs.
  • Tools needed (not included): Phillips head screwdriver, pliers
  • Optional roof cover available (AKC 6 ft. x 10 ft. universal roof)
  • Dog-safe security latch

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
74.875 
Product Height (in.) 
72 
Product Width (in.) 
72 
Details
Material 
Galvanized Steel 
Pet Size 
Medium to Large 
Product Weight (lb.) 
122.22 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
N/A 

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can you put the door on a different wall what gauge wire

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We installed the door on the 10' side without any problem.
I wouldn't depend on the wire to keep a large, determined dog to stay inside, but that's just an opinion. Adding more ties to hold the bottom of the wire to the bottom rail might help in that case . . .
We use if for a chicken run, inside our fenced yard. I don't think I'd trust it to keep the girls safe from stray dogs if it was the first
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We installed the door on the 10' side without any problem.
I wouldn't depend on the wire to keep a large, determined dog to stay inside, but that's just an opinion. Adding more ties to hold the bottom of the wire to the bottom rail might help in that case . . .
We use if for a chicken run, inside our fenced yard. I don't think I'd trust it to keep the girls safe from stray dogs if it was the first line of defense.
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April 8, 2015
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THE DOOR CAN BE INSTALLED ON ANY SIDE.THE WIRE GAUGE IS LESS THAN YOU WOULD EXPECT.IT'S IMPORTED FROM CHINA AND IS LESS THAN YOU WOULD FIND AROUND PROPERTY FENCING MANUFACTURED HERE IN THE USA
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Gresham, OR
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February 13, 2015
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No, the door only fits one way. I'm not sure about wire guage... it's thin compared to most chain link I've seen. Very easy to bend.
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October 7, 2014
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the door only fits on one end or the other - it does swing in and out and was easy to install - the gauge is a little bigger than average chainlink - chix can put their heads thru the chainlink without hurting themselves.
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September 15, 2014
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The gate can be installed on any of the four walls of the kennel. There is an instructional video on the Home Depot website that we recommend watching prior to assembly.
The wire is 11-1/2 gauge galvanized steel.
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Stuart
MAT Customer Care
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September 14, 2014
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The door should be able to be put on either the left or the right of the front. You can't put it anywhere except on the 6 foot end area. You can turn the kennel itself to align the door differently but you can't put the door in a long side.
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The title states 6ft. x 10ft. x 6ft. but under the Specs dimensions it shows no 10ft. dimension. Depth is listed as 74.875" and then H and W are listed at 72". 10ft should obviously be listed as 120". How large is this kennel?
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Imagine a box 6 feet tall, 10 feet long 6 feet wide. It is all approximations but very close plus or minus an inch or two.
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September 9, 2015
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This item is actually 6'W x 10'L x 6'H.
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September 8, 2015
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I'm not sure why your specs read as they do. However it is 10 ft. in length x 6 h x 6 w. We couldn't be happier with ours. As you can see in the picture, I butted the cage up against my back patio and added a doggie door which we also bought from Home Depot.
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September 8, 2015
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It is incorrect information posted on the website. We will get it updated. The Depth should be 10 ft. or 120 in.
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MAT
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Can 2 of the kits be combined to make a 16'x16' enclosure with 2 gates?

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October 21, 2015
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No. This is a frame kennel, so it is a fixed length. You could make a 10x12, with some extra hardware. Home Depot does sell kennels made with panels.
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April 18, 2015
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Dont think so, would need different corners
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IT'S POSSIBLE WITH ADDITIONAL H'WARE TO FASTEN THEM TOGETHER.HOWEVER HAVE MANY HELPERS,6, AVAILABLE TO ASSIST IN UNTANGLING THE CHAIN LINK FENCING.THE CHAIN LINK IS WRAPPED SO TIGHT FOR SHIPPING FROM "CHINA",THAT IT WAS IMPOSSIBLE TO STRAIGHTEN IT OUT.GOOD LUCK
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April 7, 2015
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No, these kits can not be combined to make a 16' by 16' enclosure with two gates.
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Can I add door using extra poles and hardware?

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I want to attach to garage service door to let dogs out easily. Adding the extra door would give me the advantage of access through both the garage and yard.
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I believe you can add as many doors as your hearts desire!
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No. There are other kennels that are made with panels. This one is a single piece of fencing stretched around the frame.
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October 2, 2015
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It would be possible, if you purchased 2 kits, it is possible.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 115 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by just So so We have another dog run much like this, so when we needed a new one, we looked for what was the same visually. Well, it definitely is not the same. its kind of chintzy.... not sure how it could actually hold a large dog in if he/she really wanted out. We were missing parts, and it doesn't have a cross beam at the top so structurally its very wobbly. Good thing we're just using it as a chicken coop. We had to re-engineer it to retro fit a cross beam with pieces and parts we had around the house. For the price, its not worth it. If you're in a pinch and have a small dog, well maybe. It works for what we need it for but wouldn't buy it again. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by just the right size Easy to put together following the instructions provided. Every item was labeled. The end product turned out great and it was the perfect size to fit a large dog house and to keep both our dogs tucked away when we have guests over. It did not come with a cover but we managed to place a canopy over the kennel which gave the dogs a sheltered roof from the rain. My dogs love their new cozy space. May 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by American kennel club Junk!!! We had to put the entire fence back together, certainly not the strength we had hoped for. Would NOT recommend this product. May 24, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Poor wire mesh I found the frame was easy to assemble. However the mesh was a different story. First of all my kit had a tension rod that was missing. I went to Home Depot to try and find a replacement and there was no such item and I was told to call the manufacturer. I was even willing to pay for another tension rod because they could not have been that much money. I contacted the manufacturer and they sent me a new tension rod that took about a week to arrive. When the new tension rod arrived I was able to unravel the wiremesh only to find this wire mesh was a tangled mess. This wire mesh is not the same grade or quality as a regular chain-link fence, it is much weaker. So I called the manufacturer again and let them know that my wiremesh was not going to work and that it was falling apart and all tangled up. The lady seemed to think I was not telling the truth and gave me a hard time. After several emails back-and-forth and me sending over photos they finally agreed to send me a new roll of wire mesh. However this wire mash was in the same shape as the other wiremesh and was all tangled up and hung together. After hours of manipulating the mesh and trying to make it work I was finally able to hang it. I agree with other users in that the supplied wire ties are useless. I was able to purchase heavy duty zip ties that I found worked really well. Overall the pen does it's job but the quality is not that great May 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst purchase This is the cheapest kennel I have ever used and would never buy again or recommend to anyone. May 17, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Don't waste your money on this I bought this for my two beagles after only seeing the average satisfaction rating-big mistake. My 30lb mail can tear holes in the fencing. The fence is not the same material as chain link fence used around property. It is a soft metal, similar to aluminum. I have taken this apart to flip the fence over due to distraction only to have him, quite easily, tear holes through it again. May 2, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Chain link kennels Wire was not heavy enough , dog chewed through wire. April 19, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by It's just okay We purchased this dog kennel because our dog kept jumping our 4 foot fence. He no longer jumps the fence in this kennel because it is so tall. The height is nice but it is slightly flawed in other ways. It wasn't too bad to put together, but the material is flimsy. The first day we put our Italian mastiff in the kennel he chewed through the fencing material. We fixed it but now it looks awful. So, this review is only getting three stars because it is doing what it supposed to be doing but it could be better. Only buy if it is a must, otherwise you might be wasting your money. March 15, 2016
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