Published at Friday, 24 May 2019. Dog House. By Wyatt Morel.
Dogs need ventilation too: Make sure that you have enough vents (even actual small sized windows in proportion to the overall size of the will do) to allow for sufficient airflow and ventilation. Proper ventilation keeps the dog house from over-heating during summers and prevents suffocation for your dog. Think innovatively and avoid stacking up a doorway. Instead, arrange a thin plastic or rubber flap to work as a door and also make it easy for your dog to step in and out of its abode.
Of course you can use your dog door as a window for your dog's home. These plastic, clear doors will help keep the elements out and will give your dog a place to look out if he wants to. If you are building your own house for your dog, I recommend you build an insulated dog house that is easy to clean. I would have either the roof or one of the walls open so you can easily clean your dog's home every so often. You might also want to invest in a burrow bed during the winter months or add a heater to keep your dog plenty warm.
Wood shelters built with Cedar wood typically offer the best protection for dogs. Cedar wood has superior properties that enable it to trap and repel heat whenever necessary. Most Cedar wood houses for dogs have special Therma-Ply linings to make them even more efficient in making dogs comfortable. The innovative Therma-Ply material repels the summer heat that strikes a dog house to prevent interior overheating. It's also capable of trapping heat to keep your dog warm during chilly months.
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