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Wayeh Kennels Through the Years

1999 South of the house (would become Uphill kennels)

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In 1999, I built 4 ea 5'x8'x40' kennels with permanent wire fences, gravel, and still on a slope.  I terraced each 10' with a crosstie or landscape timber to help hold gravel uphill.  Gates were still on the downhill side of each kennel run.  This really helped provide much needed space.  Put them under the pine trees to help with summer temperatures.  But the gravel needs to be replaced constantly so it was still muddy.  And each time we added gravel, the fences got shorter.

Then we added shade across the top of the kennel runs:
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Wayeh Alaskan Malamutes & Tennessee Alaskan Malamute Rescue 
Page updated 02/08/2012

Wayeh Working Housedogs is built/maintained by
Sidney Helen Sachs
Spring City, TN 37381