What if you could cut the time it takes to clean your kennels?
Take a moment to examine the image above. Notice that particular tasks are assigned color codes.
At ProVetLogic we have clients that have used the process to shorten the time it takes to clean their kennels by two-thirds.
Although the tasks should be followed sequentially, for your convenience we have gathered each color’s task into a separate spot.
Larry Shively Demonstrates How to Clean Kennels with the V-97 Foam Gun
1). Remove dogs, dishes and bedding
3). Apply Kennel and Turf Care using V-97 Foam Gun
5). Rinse surfaces towards the floor drain or outlet.
7). Apply Animal Facility Disinfectant using V-97 Foam Gun
(start from the back of the run, moving towards the front, covering floor, walls and human touch points, such as run gates and handles.
9). Squeegee puddles and heavy moisture towards floor drain and outlets.
2). Pickup, remove and discard solid waste.
4). Agitate floor surface and walls using synthetic brush.
6). Squeegee puddles and heavy moisture towards floor drain and outlets.
8). Rinse surfaces towards the floor drain or outlet.
10). Return dogs, dishes and bedding.
Why This Process Works
Even when using two workers, asking one person to perform all nine steps requires additional trips to disposal areas. Likewise, separate foaming and scrubbing duties require less configuration waiting time when compared to a single worker.
Because the proper application of disinfectants requires 10 minutes of soaking, rinsing and squeegee removal occurs after that delay.