Dog Houses. Tuesday , February 13th , 2018 - 11:48:37 AM
It is actually possible to insulate a regular house. One way to do so is to have a bubble wrap attached to the interior walls of the house and secure it with duct tape. It is highly recommended to use as much duct tape as possible to cover all of the wraps edges in order to keep off the air. After which, foam padding is placed and secured on top of the bubble wrap. Another way to have ample insulation for the dogs is to have insulated dog houses. These are available in the market and can come in different sizes, shapes and designs.
In areas that receive significant snowfall, the roof slope is another factor for consideration. How much time your dog spends outside will have a big influence on the type of dog house needed and where it is situated in your yard. If a dog is in his house a good deal, then it is nice to select one with a roof extending over the entrance so that he can be sheltered from sun and rain while looking out. Maybe even a little deck would be enjoyed. Raised houses are also a good choice for keeping mildew at bay, as well as preventing water or dampness from seeping into the floor.
So for your dog to be happy, pick a dog house that is big enough for your dog to stand up and turn around in, but not much bigger than that because your dogs body heat helps warm up the dog house in the winter. For small dogs and dogs from warmer climates, look for insulated or doublewalled dog houses. Insulated dog houses stay warmer in winter and cooler in summer, just like human houses. If you get a lot of wind, you may want to add a door, which are available for most dog houses.
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