Published at Saturday, 25 May 2019. Dog House. By Chantrell Hennequin.
Have a plan: As it is true for most things, don't even begin to think about how to build a dog house without a plan. Start with the base in tune with the foundations you have approximated for the dog size (make allowances and build a much bigger dog house than what you expect your dog to grow up to). Similarly, construct or prepare panels for the four edges and make sure that the insides of the panels (the interiors of the kennel) are smooth. Also think of a roof with appropriate vents for air passage.
Saint Bernards are large dogs that are friendly and smart. Because these dogs are so social, you will probably want to keep them in the house with the family most of time. However, there will be times when you might like to leave your dog outdoors for a few hours at a time to bask in the fresh air and sunshine. Even on a sunny day, your dog should have a shelter where it can take refuge from the hot sun or sudden rain showers. A large dog like a Saint Bernard needs a shelter that suits is size. These intelligent and affectionate dogs love to spend time with their owners and they are capable of learning plenty of tricks to keep you entertained.
Elevate the dog house slightly: You will not want it be to level with the ground in the porch or in the garden for a variety of reasons — during rain there could be a possibility of water flowing into the dog house that's certainly not good for the dog. Further, it keeps the dog out of contact with the damp soil (especially if it is in the garden).
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