Thick, durable plastic offers fantastic insulation in colder weather and cooling in warmth. Roomy design fits most dogs well. Raised floors ensure ground stays dry.
A few customers wished the product were a little larger for extra-large dogs.
Available in either red or white. Barn shape offers weather protection for your pup. Sizes available for small, medium, and large dogs. Durable plastic.
No insulation for colder weather. Dimensions appear incorrect as stated on website.
Option to purchase in light gray, tan, or red. Raised flooring keeps ground dry and warm. Roof lifts for simple cleaning. Includes door flap for dogs needing more protection.
Paint could be better. Wood is thinner than some customers expected.
Can hold dogs up to 100 pounds. Comes with letters for name personalization on front doors. Built-in vents allow air circulation throughout house.
Plastic could be thicker and sturdier. Roof can be difficult to assemble.
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Outdoor dog houses do important work: They protect your pet from the sun, rain, or snow. They generally come in either manufactured wood or plastic. Some important considerations are how big your dog is and how much space she will need to be comfortable in an enclosure. Also, think about where you live and what kind of weather conditions the structure will have to withstand? If you live somewhere with a lot of precipitation, you’ll want a model that has a roof that can mitigate the potential damage to the structure. Some come with a hatch that opens at the top, allowing you to pluck your dog out of there if she doesn’t feel like coming out on her own.