Our premium dog houses are the best quality dog houses found anywhere in Utah. They can be insulated to help keep Fido warm in the winter months. They are available in 5 sizes to accommodate any dog. You won't find a dog house at any box store or home center that compares with our quality. Choose a dog house the looks stylish and will last for years to come. Built from the best materials, our dog house features LP SmartSide Siding and Trim that is treated to prevent fungal decay and rot. This siding and trim has a 50 year warranty that cannot be matched by any other product. We use high quality Tamko 30 year Shingles that can also be upgraded to a metal roof for a minimal charge.
Need help deciding what size is right for your dog? Check out our Dog House Sizing Chart.
*The dimensions listed above are estimated and are for the basic structure. Total width and length may be a couple of inches larger do to overhang on the roof.
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Premium Dog House Standard Features
Our dog houses are built to last. We know how hard your furry friend can be on their homes. We design all of our products to last for years with minimal maintenance required. We use only the highest quality materials and construction techniques. All of our dog houses come standard with the following features.
INSULATED DOG HOUSE FEATURES
Our insulated dog houses are the best around. We use high quality foil lined, hard foam insulation panels that are precision cut and fitted into the floor, each wall and the roof to provide the best insulation value available. On insulated models, the interior of the walls and roof are sheeted with 3/16" plywood to prevent damage to the insulation from clawing, scratching or biting.
Dog door with flap is also available for an additional fee for even better weather protection.
Why buy an insulated dog house?
Dog House Sizing Chart
Small Dog House:
Breed examples: Dachshund, Yorkshire Terrier, Chihuahua, Pug, Boston Terrier
Medium Dog House
Breed Examples: Australian Shepherd, Border Collie, Cocker Spaniel, Heeler
Large Dog House
Breed Examples: Irish Setter, Springer Spaniel, Bulldog, Boxer, Pit bull
X-Large Dog House
Breed Examples: Labrador Retriever, Rotwieller, German Shepherd, Husky
King Size Dog House
Breed Examples: Great Dane, Saint Bernard, Bull Mastiff, Great Pyrenees
STEP 1: Measure your dog
STEP 2, 3 and 4 : Determine dog house size
How do I know what size of dog house to order?
Determining the proper size house for your dog is important. Buying the proper size will help your pooch to feel more comfortable and safe as well as helping to maintain body heat in cold months. A properly sized dog house will give your pup enough room to enter, turn around and comfortably lie down without being so large as to sacrifice body heat retention. To determine what size you need, you should begin by measuring your dog.
Follow the steps below to determine the perfect home size for your furry friend.
Measure your dog's size.
Determine the door height (D)
The height of the door should be approximately 80 percent of the ground to shoulder height of your dog (B). Multiply your dogs shoulder height by .8 to determine the best door size. A dog typically lowers their head when entering and an opening that is too large will allow too much body heat to be lost.
Example: If your dog's shoulder height is 20" the door should be about 16" tall
Determine the best length and width of your dog's house (E and F)
Typically, the length of your dog house should be about 25 percent longer that your dog's length (C) and the width should be about 10 percent larger than your dog's length (C). To determine this, multiply your dog's length for the tip of their nose to the base of their tail by 1.25 for the length and 1.1 for the width.
Example: if your dog's nose to base of tail length is 24 inches the dog house should be at least 30" long by 26" wide.
Determine the proper dog house height (G)
A dog house should be approximately 25 percent taller than your dogs total height and should not be more than 50 percent taller than your dog's total height. Buying a dog house that is too tall can make it hard for your furry friend to keep warm in the cold. To determine the best height for your dog's house, multiply your dog's total height by 1.25 and 1.5. This will give you a good minimum and maximum height for your dog house.
Note: Interior heights are approximately 4-6" less that the listed height on our pricing chart.