Published at Wednesday, May 22nd 2019. by Floretta Frey in Dog House.
My first impressions will show you how to build a house for your greatest buddy with your own hands. In a string of easy steps, you'll be able to provide your dog with a brand new home. In addition to pampering your pooch, you'll liven up your yard and keep your family entertained in the process. This will offer you plans for houses of all types and sizes. There are plans for small, single houses; plans for duplexes with a removable separating wall; plans for insulated houses for colder climates; and even plans for houses with roof overhangs to care for your pet from wind and rain. The strategy are easy to stick to and are also very detailed, providing you with dimensions and lists of required materials. Those resources don't include special tools or instruments, for the reason that you can build any of these houses with regular household tools, also includes creative and unique ideas for painting and decorating the houses, so your dog can laze around at home in style!
Start with a solid foundation: Dog houses are built of wood mostly. However, any kind of wood won't do. Start with the size of your dog and try to build a house around it's size – not the size when it's a little puppy but the actual size it's expected to grow to. If you are using artificial wood or pre-treated wood panels, make sure that you neutralize the chemicals since some of these can be harmful for animals. Better still, avoid using artificial wood panels altogether.
Apart from the tips above, make sure that everything element that goes into building your dog house must be dog-friendly. Also, don't forget to customize – like building a larger back door (that can be opened by humans, but other closed solid in the back acting like the back wall) so that you can come in and clean at regular intervals, painting your dog house in attractive colours, add over-hangs to the roof, etc.
Why should I get dog houses? Dogs have an inherent craving for a safe and small place. While your pet loves to frolic around in the sun in the lawn, it also loves to have a few moments private to itself. Moreover, they love an outdoor existence. Weather conditions fluctuate; the weather may not always be suitable for your dog. So, if you love your pet and want all its wants fulfilled, a dog house is something you must get for it.
Some houses for dogs can be extraordinarily lavish. Many are designed to look like villas, mansions, palaces, castles, estates or almost anything else. Some are hooked up to electricity and feature lighting, furniture, heating and air conditioning. Some may take things a bit far, installing chandeliers, multiple floors, moulding and tinted window treatments. Those with the finances and the space can have as lavish a home for their dog as they desire. If pooch doesn't seem to be crazy about his new house – even if it's luxury – there are a few ways to remedy this problem. It's important not to make the new abode seem like a place of punishment. Being in the house should be a positive experience. Put some of his favorite toys or blankets in his house, or give him some treats in his house. It should also be as close to home as possible. Make sure that the house isn't too large or small for the dog's size, as well. If the dog still isn't crazy about his new house, just give him time. He might just need to adjust to it, especially if he is used to being indoors.
Other Styles of Dog Dwellings. There are some other lesser known types of outdoor dog houses, such as metal dog houses and dog boxes which are more of a specialty item. These are often used for hunting dogs and some can be placed in the back of a pickup truck. Barrel shaped dog homes are made using old wine barrels. This is a nice eco-friendly option, but is also said to resemble the type of ”den” a dog would naturally live in if he were in the wild.
No More Guilt. There are times when your dog cannot be in the house, and when you love your pet as much as any other member of the family, you will want your dog to be comfortable day and night in its space. If you have friends or family with dog allergies or if you have a contractor working in your house, you will not want to have your dog inside. If you have ever felt guilty about putting your dog outside, after installing this air conditioner in your dog's house, you will never feel guilty again. Your dog might actually want to spend more time outside with a place to cool off after you install the air conditioning unit. He can romp in the yard at will, knowing he has a private and comfortable place to rest. If you have the house inside a dog-run, your dog can get plenty of exercise and still remain cool and comfy in his very own air conditioned space.
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