The Tradesmen's kennel was situated in the Port Caynn guard district Tradesmen's, on the crossing of Moneychangers' Street and Findler Lane. The kennel had more than one entrance, besides the main entrance at least one side entrance leading directly to the cages. Like Jane Street kennel in Corus it had a separate wing for the cells holding the prisoners, known as "cages", but the Tradesmen's wing was smaller, probably because prisoners didn't stay there long before they were brought to Rattery Prison. The cage-wing smelled badly and had its own room--the biggest in the wing--for extracting information from prisoners via torture, although the torture done in the kennel was only for the basic needs, the "fancier stuff" was at the prisons.
Nestor Haryse once took Rebakah Cooper and Clara Goodwin there to speak with Durant Elkes, a man found with false coins on the night of September 16 to September 17, 247. Anglesea and Shales were having cage duty that night.