Dog House With Porch

Dog House With Porch

Chihuahua’s Pueblo Toto’s builder made his home in the authentic architectural style of a true pueblo home including wood posts (vigas), stucco siding and a terra-cotta floor on the inside. Mini Mansion This pup palace was designed to match the owner’s house and it was built using the same materials. Brooklyn Brownstone City dwellers Buster and Bruno show off their urban-style home. The two-story house boasts an electric street light, an interior chandelier and a hinged top for easy access. A Lounging Porch This barn-style abode is a two-room duplex for sisters Greta and Gypsy. The red roof, gingerbread trim and well-built details make it a winner. Rooftop Garden Lucy’s eco-friendly pad includes a rooftop garden to help keep the place cool. A water-collection system captures rain then lets it drip down cascading water bowls. Australian Bottle House This doghouse was constructed in the 1960s and has since become something of roadside attraction. It just goes to show what a little recycling and ingenuity can get you. Wing House This was a standard doghouse. A portico was added and the roof extended to include shade “wings”. The builders adorned the house with lights, making it quite an evening spectacle. Hollywood Sound Stage Buster and Bruno’s home is a small version of a Hollywood studio. Lined with paw-printed red carpet, the interior and exterior of the structure is embellished with movie posters and studio-like signage. Ponderosa Storm the mastiff spends a lot of time in his owners’ pond, so they built him a house with a deck to overlook the pond and the yard beyond. Classical Korean Architecture This doghouse in South Korea is made from thickly milled timbers and a heavy tiled roof in a traditional ornamental style. House of Cards Large wooden playing cards are stacked together to create this unique doghouse. Thatched Cottage A well-thatched straw roof can last half a century. The materials make it a cool place for Fido to escape the noonday sun and keep the elements out when the weather turns foul. Curb Appeal This finely crafted shingled doghouse has glass-paned windows, copper flashing, detailed trim and even potted plants around the entrance. AC, Wi-Fi Web Camera and LED Lighting With built-in air conditioning, heat and a humidifier, “The Cool Pet House” is designed to keep small animals comfortable in any weather. The house comes with a remote control, LED lighting and an optional wi-fi camera so you can check on your pets. Tudor-Style Chalet This tricked-out house includes exterior lighting, skylight, bay window, mailbox, birdhouse, a window box and a non-working chimney that is used to hold dog treats. Classic Design Smokey the pup inherited this old classic when his family moved to a new house. He will soon grow into the bunkhouse, which is sturdily built to withstand the snowy Canadian winters. Flat Top This solid-wood doghouse combines functionality with a fashionable design. The structure comes in an easy-to-assemble kit. The shingled, waterproof roof is slanted to allow rain and melting snow to roll off. And the roof is hinged so it lifts up to make cleaning inside very easy. Frank Lloyd Wright Influence Corrugated metal and plywood come together in this modern design. A cantilevered roof provides a shady entrance for Lola the Australian shepherd. Roof Garden Each one of these earth-friendly doghouses is custom sized and built for your pet. They are made of rot-resistant red cedar and recycled planks with beeswax waterproofing. They are shipped unplanted with vegetation that is native to your region. “Moddy Doggy House” This modern doghouse integrates the horizontal slat style that is popular with modern furniture designers. The angled roof and thick-slab wood floor create interesting visuals without compromising utility. The “Moddy” doghouse is available in Ipe and Cedar wood. Indoor Doghouse Not all dog houses are designed for the outdoors. This ingenious dog crate, which comes in four sizes, blends in with your home’s decor and provides a cozy shelter for your dog. Stylish “BowHaus” This structure satisfies a dogs’ instinctive craving for a cozy, enclosed space yet can be displayed like an elegant piece of furniture. The house is made of powder-coated steel and the starburst design provides plenty of ventilation without compromising the snug dog den. A Durable Doghouse Plastic pet homes are fully insulated to keep your dog comfortable all year. The houses are designed to withstand extreme weather without cracking or fading. Garden House Not only does this doghouse make a pretty focal point in this cottage garden, it’s great place for the dog to enjoy the fragrant florals. “The Dog Trot” by Taparchitecture This doghouse was inspired by a building style common in the South. It consists of two wood-frame structures under a common roof with a breezeway between them. The “K-9 Deluxe” by Taparchitecture This eco-friendly doghouse includes a five-gallon, rooftop rainwater collection tank that feeds a water bowl. The ventilation system and interior lighting are both solar powered. “The Dog Coop” by Taparchitecture The designers of this environmentally friendly doghouse created insulated panels from plywood and used durable plastic for the decking.
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Dog House With Porch

The Porch Pups Dog House offers your pet a sweet shelter and a cool place to hang out. Pet Squeak wood dog houses are designed to be affordable, durable, easy to assemble and comfortable for your pet. The primary wood in Pet Squeak Dog Houses is Cunninghamia Lanceolata, commonly referred to as “White Cedar” or “Stained Whitewood”. This special wood is renowned for it’s strong fresh aroma, pest resistance and appearance. All our dog houses are sealed using non-toxic, pet safe sealer. You may also paint over the finish to customize the Dog House to your liking. Overall external dimension is inclusive of the roof, which will have an overhang.
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Dog House With Porch

Rated 1 out of 5 by PuppyLover23 from DO NOT BUY FOR A LARGE DOG! Not a house for large dogs!!! We have a house for our 8month lab & for starters the door way is very small! He has to bend to get in there. The inside is average not large enough for him to fully stretch out comfortably. If you have a chewer like mine, you can forget about the porch or the door. My dog chewed the door off along with the sides of the pouch. I thought the wood would be more durable but it’s not. One positive is that the roof is weather resistant, no rain has gotten through. However, I would not recommend this for a “large” dog. Maybe, for a comfortable space, a pug or smaller dog. Heck even for a cat! Our puppy will be getting a new home, but this one is not worth it. Date published: 2015-12-08
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Dog House With Porch

This dog house is just too much (in a good way.) It is fun, creative, and absolutely adorable. It is a smaller dog house, but it has a front porch and a space to add a porch light.
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Dog House With Porch

So on a serious note, this dog house would be great for most small or medium sized dogs. It would give them cover from the elements. Also, it has a place where you can place the dog’s name on the outside of the dog house which I think is a fun element to the design.
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Dog House With Porch

Rated 5 out of 5 by sandyp from Easy Assemble, Beautiful Result Easy to assemble. The instructions were not clear at first since there were two different set of bolts, but it was easy to figure out looking at the illustrations. I put it together with a philips head screw driver. I don’t understand the purpose of the door, but it is a nice touch to the finished product. The roof material feels like nonskid. Porch is a great feature. It’s unattached and rests in front of the dog house. Took some coaxing for my dog to go inside the first time, but a handful of treats later and she goes in willingly. 90 % assembled, light, beautiful. This is an excellent purchase for the price. Date published: 2015-02-27
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Dog House With Porch

Plus, it has a very modern design which would fit in well with some home décor. So if you like to move your dog around your property, or if you travel a lot and take your dog with you, then this dog house could be a good match.
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Dog House With Porch

Not all dog houses are designed for the outdoors. This ingenious dog crate, which comes in four sizes, blends in with your home’s decor and provides a cozy shelter for your dog.
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So if you look at the pictures and read the instructions, the structure to this dog house is actually pretty basic. It may not be the most simple dog house to build, but it appears to be far from complicated as well.
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However, there’s still tons of great free dog house plans out there that are similar to the above. If you want to duplicate it, look for “covered porch” and “raised bowls” for eating. These are great design elements especially for the really big dogs.
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Well, if you are like me and love those too, then you’ll probably love this adorable dog house. It looks like a camper and appears to fit a smaller dog. So if this is something that strikes your fancy then definitely check it out.

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