Primos has announced its entry into the hunting dog market with the introduction of its new KennelUp dog kennel, designed from the ground up to meet the needs of hunters and their four-legged companions.
The KennelUp dog kennel features a single-walled, one-piece roto-molded design for durability, and all components are attached with stainless steel hardware. The kennel’s internal dimensions measure 24.5 inches high, 21.5 inches wide and 34 inches deep, allowing it to house most hunting breeds. The kennel weighs just 37 pounds, making it easy for one individual to load and unload via two durable top handles. When the kennel is in your vehicle, it stays anchored via four aluminum tie down points and heavy-duty rubber feet.
Primos’ Ben Brettingen is an avid upland and waterfowl hunter from the Midwest, and has been part of the KennelUp project since its beginning. When he joined the Primos team, Brettingen helped identify a major gap in the current hunting dog market.
“Like many of our innovations here at Primos,” explained Brettingen, “we saw an opportunity to solve a problem for hunters. We live and breathe hunting dogs, and knew we could make a better product for waterfowl and upland hunters whose most valuable possession is their four-legged hunting companion.”
The kennel’s reversible locking door can be set to open from either the left or right without tools or disassembly, and the name plate is reversible, too. It also includes a removable back vent and adjustable side vents for temperature control in various weather conditions, and a built-in drain for easy cleaning.