Indoor Dog House
Many people ask about indoor dog houses but here's something to think about:
If your dog is living indoors, does he really need a dog house? Perhaps a dog
crate or just a dog bed is all that's really needed.
made that point, let's move on. If you are indeed interested in an indoor dog
house, there are some really nice
wooden dog houses
that actually make for very attractive furniture. For example, one particular
house style features a roof-top balcony where your hound can lounge in splendor
and watch Seinfeld reruns with you. It almost looks like a bunk bed at first
glance. There's also a grass hut dog house on the market that's made of woven
rattan with a bamboo frame and a smooth pine floor. There are many other styles
and shapes of doghouses to match most any home decor.
crates are often used as indoor dog houses. They can be made from wire mesh, plastic,
fiberglass, and even wicker. A crate need only be big enough for your dog
to stand up, turn around and lie down comfortably. To accommodate a growing
puppy, many crates come with dividers so you can resize the puppy's living space
as needed. Just think of a crate (or any dog house for that matter) as a modern
version of a den: it should be a small, cozy place where your dog can feel safe
you're looking for an indoor dog house to temporarily house your pet while
traveling, there are a number of portable
dog houses on the market. Some desirable features here include a compact,
collapsible design, plenty of ventilation flaps, carrying handles, water
resistant fabric, and a padded bottom for added doggie comfort.