Can be purchased for both medium and large-sized dogs. Available in either a dark espresso finish or a lighter mahogany. Comes with a lacquered finish.
A few dogs are tempted to chew on the wooden bars. Very heavy.
Available in small, medium, and large sizes. Customers appreciate the product's easy assembly. Includes a raised floor with durable feet. Lightweight for easy mobility.
Dimensions appear smaller than advertised. Smells of chemicals upon arrival.
Comes with both red or white option. Can hold dogs up to 80 pounds. Roof is slanted to keep rain out of house. Option to purchase insulation kit for interior.
Many customers complained about the product's sub-par paint job.
Built resistant to both water and weather. Raised flooring offers dry floor and clean interior for your pet. Roof can be opened for easy cleaning. Durable construction with sturdy wood.
A few customers had issues with the product arriving damaged from shipping.
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You want your dog to be comfortable when he’s outside. A wooden dog house allows her some shade from the hot sun or some shelter from the rain or other elements. Also, modern dog houses are handsome and look natural in your backyard or inside. The main consideration when buying a wood dog house is how big of a structure your pet needs to be comfortable and protected. From there, you should decide how comfortable of an interior your dog needs to make her new house feel like home. Then, you’ll need to decide which style – such as a roof shape – would make the most sense in your yard. Another feature worth weighing is whether your dog would like a roof they can hang out on to see everything and be comfortable outside at the same time.