Dog House Heater
There are many types of dogs but there is only one type of owner: the pet lover. For some reason, they love their animals so much that it makes them feel like they’re human again. They want to make sure their furry friends have everything they need and deserve. Some owners even go as far as creating elaborate homes for their canine companions.
These home creations range from simple sheds to elaborate mansions with every possible luxury imaginable!
Many of these owners don’t take into consideration the fact that their animals will never be able to afford such luxuries. If they could, they would probably do it anyway because they love their animal so much. However, as humans, we’re not supposed to hoard all our wealth and instead should share what’s left with those less fortunate than ourselves.
So, if your furry friend isn’t going to be able to enjoy any of the comforts of life that you’ve enjoyed, then why bother spending money on a dog house at all?
You might think that since your pet doesn’t get hot water or air conditioning, he won’t mind living in a box. But let’s face it; most pets aren’t used to being indoors and they’d rather spend their time outdoors. They are also much more comfortable living in something that provides them with shade during the day or from the cold at night.
Luckily, there are some options for pet owners who want to save a little money but still provide their pets with adequate shelter from the elements. Whether you have a dog or cat, there is something out there for everyone, from simple doghouses to two-story playhouses complete with staircases and outdoor patios.
As long as you have the room and the budget, there are unlimited options to choose from. Don’t forget that your companion animals will appreciate anything you make for them. If you’re on a tight budget and can’t really afford anything fancy, your old garage or backyard shed will do just fine. Just remember to clean it out before you let your pet sleep in there!
With all the options available, you should be able to find something that will fit within your pet’s needs and your price range. Most importantly, make sure you know what size animal will be using the house and make sure it will be large enough.
Sources & references used in this article:
Heater with safety screen air inlet by RM Lilly, BR Schabarum – US Patent 2,531,139, 1950 – Google Patents
Portable heated dog house by J Mitchell Sr – US Patent App. 07/688,986, 1993 – Google Patents
Climate controlled doghouse by DJ DeCosta – US Patent 5,746,271, 1998 – Google Patents
Baseboard heater cover by JM Cuomo – US Patent App. 29/084,220, 1998 – Google Patents
Dog house apparatus by V York – US Patent 5,727,501, 1998 – Google Patents
Dog house by BA Spindler – US Patent 3,026,844, 1962 – Google Patents