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Suncast DH350 Dog House
- Attractive, safe, easy-to-assemble dwelling for your dog to call home
- Durable resin construction with crowned floor
- For dogs up to 100 pounds
- Easy snap-together assembly
- Includes vinyl doors and letters to personalize with your pet’s name
- Door opening: 13-3/4 in. W x 19-1/2in. H
- Dimensions: 33 in. W x 38-1/2 in. D x 32 in. H
- Vents provide air circulation
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You take pride in creating a beautiful environment. We take pride in helping you keep it that way.
Discover the storage option that’s right for you. With sheds and deck boxes in a range of shapes, sizes, and styles, we’ve got you covered. Add tasteful and functional accessories to complete your space, and you’ll have everything you need to create a beautiful—and perfectly organized—environment, inside and out.
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|Item Dimensions||33 x 38.5 x 32 in||27 x 35 x 29.5 in||22 x 32.3 x 28 in||31.89 x 45.67 x 30.71 in||26.5 x 45.5 x 32.8 in||28 x 30 x 30 in|
|Size||76 Lbs And Up||61 - 75 lbs||Small||45.6 X 30.9 X 32.1||Large||S|
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Our dog is a large sized Chocolate Lab and he has plenty of room, in fact when his friend visits (she is a golden) they just bunk down together if it is chilly out and they have enough room.
I will say that I only expect this dog house to last 2-3 years in our weather conditions, but for the price that is a lot of use. Also we can take it apart so if we need to travel we can take it with us and put it back together at our destination (we have done this when we went to visit my dad's ranch for a few weeks over the summer)
UPDATE: I bumped this up from 4 stars to 5 stars after a major storm ripped through our area. Our sturdy more expensive dog house managed to lose it's roof. Though this one traveled a few feet it was perfectly intact and our dog was sheltering from the storm just fine.
I assembled the house prior to giving it to them. It took me about an hour by myself. I like to consider myself a tough little lady, but I'm not as strong as I think I am. For the most part this house was self explanitory and decently simple. I didn't bother to look at the instructions. There were a few times that were quite frustrating because the peices wouldn't fit together properly. It took a lot of strength to get them to 'click' into place. But eventually I got them all put together. It's simply a snap-together assembly- no extra hardware required. If it's put together right the house is very very sturdy. I could imagine that if it was put together wrong it would be very wobbly and unstable. But if you take your time it will turn out to be quite strong.
The plastic is very thick and durable. I highly doubt any pup could easily chew it apart and I don't think the sun or rain will wear it down. We live in Alaska so our cold temperatures take a toll on plastic items- they often crack. But this dog house has heald up as good as my dogs' wooden ones. The blue and grey color is very subtle so it doesn't look like a gawky plastic accessory in your yard. And I think it fits in quite nicely with my neighbor's swingset (that also shares the same color scheme).
This house comes with plastic flaps that keep wind out of the door. We didn't put these on, as their dog has the uncanning ability to make anything that 'waves' into a toy. I was afraid he would chew them up and swallow them. But for calmer dogs I'm sure it would be a greatly appreciated block from the wind. Even so the door is small enough to keep strong gusts out. And the walls offer a decent amount of protection. There are no gaps or spaces- which is a nice way to keep it insulated and warm. The floor is simply plastic- which doesn't offer much insulation, but is nice and cool for summer.
Because it's just plastic it wouldn't be adequate for winter time. For the summer it offers a very cool place. But in the winter we fill it with grass to keep it insulated. So far it has heald up really well- in both winter and summer. It hasn't been chewed (surprisingly) and the pieces stay together as if they were glued. For the price it was a great buy. I don't think you could find a wooden dog house of this size for such an affordable dollar amount. And if you just need a shady area or enclosed spot to keep your pup- this would work ideally.