Containing Dog

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  1. Glynn

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    Hi ,
    Who's got the best ideas for containing a couple of small dogs within a motorhome "patch".
    I though about some plastic screening/fencing on a roll around the MH ?, anyone any good ideas ?.
    I don't like the lead tether idea as two dog would get tangled up.
     
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    Now why did I think this post was for JJ and was about Fray Bentos:Rofl1:
     
  3. Jim

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    I can recommend this company, their product is far superior to all other similar products. not a plastic clip in sight, its all aluminium and very dog proof. The material they use is very hard wearing. They are nice people too. Its a family company, I think, Jordan and max are the kids, hence the company name.

    http://www.jormaxwindbreaks.co.uk/id4.html
     
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    I agree with Jim. The Jormax product is smart, hard wearing and will stand up to the strongest winds if guyed correctly.
     
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    Superglue.

    Nailguns make too much noise in a confined space.
     
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    Don't you just love this site

    I have been looking for an awning skirt solution to contain our dawg Charlie and bang Jim comes in with a reply on this thread with Jormax for an enclosure and they do just what I have been looking for a free standing awning skirt.

    Magic

    Cheers Jim:thumb:

    Shame they ain't going to Newark could have saved the postage:cry:
     
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    I can confirm that its really good and strong. It should be charlie proof Dane.

    Sonja
     
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    Best way is in rolls, with ketchup or mustard to choice!
     
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    Second best way is to make sure one is a gentleman doggy who is entire, and the other a lady one who is on heat.

    They'll be too busy entertaining each other, and the crowds, to bother you.
     
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    DAM! DAM! and DAM! again. The one that Jim recomended looks alot lighter than the we went and purchased yesterday, a dog playpen and we can't take it back as we have aleady thrown packaging out for the dusmen that came today. :Doh:
     
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