Building Truck Bed Dog Kennel

May 15th

Truck bed dog kennel – If your dog is going to ride in the back of your truck, you must have a cage to prevent them from jumping off or flying in the event of an accident. Your dog kennel in your truck needs to be sturdy, and if it is mounted on the bed of your truck, it needs to be made with pressure treated wood and then painted. Because the pickup truck platforms vary in size, we will use a basic 48 “x 24” x “design of the dog kennel 24. However, remember that this is only for this article as your bed dimensions Personal truck may vary.

Wood Truck Bed Dog Kennel
Wood Truck Bed Dog Kennel

Make the frame of the truck bed dog kennel. Take two of the 48 inches 2 x 2 pieces, and two of the 24 inches 2 x 2 pieces. Using glue and screws, place the 24-inch pieces to the ends of the 48-inch pieces to make a rectangle. Do this twice to make the back and front of your kennel. Participate in the front and back of the cage with the remaining four pieces of 2 x 2 s. Glue and screw the back frame together with the front frame, attaching the 2 x 2 pieces between them at the top and bottom.

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Include the kennel. Screw the plant and into place. Sand all smooth. Using your belt sander, sand all edges, where the plywood meets and make everything soft and smooth without splinters. Make sure of your puppy gets enough air. Add additional ventilation holes. Sand all ventilation holes soften. Using your belt sander, sand, both the inner and outer edges of the smooth cavity. Install a swinging door downwards. Make sure that the gate will be secured securely. Sand all the soft edges one more time. You do not want your dog getting splinters in his nose or legs while driving in the truck bed dog kennel.