Published at Friday, May 24th 2019. by Musette Rivet in Dog House.
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.
Old English Sheepdogs are large, gentle creatures. They are non-aggressive dogs that require a lot of grooming and love. Like their other large counterparts, Old English Sheepdogs need a large outdoor play area and a nice big dog house if they are going to be spending any length of time outside. These beautiful dogs are very eager to please their owners. Newfoundlands have excellent dispositions and their calm demeanor makes them great for families with children. They are exceptionally large and require plenty of room outdoors to run and play. They should also have access to a nice dog house that suits their larger frame and a fenced-in area where they can roam safely. If you have one of these large dog breeds, or any other large dog breed, giant dog houses can help you keep your pet safe and sound while it is outdoors.
In a perfect world, you will be able to keep your dog inside. But sometimes that just isn't possible. Perhaps your dog has outgrown your house, or you have a new baby or an elderly relative moving in that you are worried about your dog being around. In either case, the solution is not to simply cast your dog out into the backyard without any shelter. If your dog has to be outside most of the time, it is important to provide a dog house so your dog can continue to live safely and comfortably. Indeed, even if your dog is allowed in the house, a dog house can still be a good idea if your dog will be spending extended periods outside during the day. In such cases, a dog house will provide shade on sunny days, and warmth on cold days.
Insulated houses are what dogs really need since these houses are built with dogs' ultimate welfare in mind. When your dog's house is not properly insulated, you can see your dog panting with its tongue sticking out when it feels extremely hot, or curling up when it feels really cold. Dogs are vulnerable to outside elements because they are not fully protected by their fur. Providing dogs with insulated dog houses will make them comfortable, relaxed and happy.
Features and Ease of Use. The air conditioning unit is light weight (44 lbs) and has built in handles making it easy to carry. It has a digital display that is very easy to read and it has a programmable thermostat. You can adjust the temperature to be between 62 and 88 degrees. The new hand held remote makes adjustments extremely convenient. Once set the unit will automatically switch between heat and air conditioning to maintain a constant temperature. The unit is small and safe for use inside a building, too. These units are sometimes used with a dog house inside a barn or garage in extreme climates for extra protection. Maximum Versatility. These portable air conditioners can easily be moved to different spaces as needed. You might have the air conditioning unit connected to your dog's house for the majority of the year, but if your family goes camping, you can cool your tent for a few days as well. These units can also be used safely with small RV trailers and campers.
Barn-shaped and A-shaped dog houses are possibly the most common designs adopted by novice dog house creators and companies. But the flat-roofed dog house, which provides a generous view of the surroundings, is quite popular too. T.J Designs, Petmate, and Pet Street Mall deal with barn-shaped designed dog houses. Besides wooden houses, several unique-designed dog house are available in the market too. Precision also provides log houses with slight slanting roofs, a change to the routine flat roofs. Igloo-shaped dog houses are much convenient to clean and maintain too. Improvements and Petmate among others make such homes too.
I have to admit I am a do it yourself freak. I like to build just about everything from sheds to dog houses, to platform beds. On my latest project of building a dog house, I had to ask myself the question, should I have windows in the dog house I am building? Sheds have windows, real houses have windows, but do dog houses need windows? I started to scour the internet looking for some reliable dog house plans. I also did some research to find out why most houses for dogs don't have windows. Here is what I came up with. First off, even dogs like looking out the window when they are inside your house, most of the time, which is because they want to go outside to chase a bird or a squirrel. Or maybe they just want to go outside and sniff around. If they are in a doggy house, they can simply leave the house and enter the yard without you letting them out.
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