The dog needs a house to stay wet, and the dog’s home has a specific purpose of making the dog safe. You should first think about why your dog wants a shed and what could be the budget. Dog house cost depends upon the material and size of the house. The dog has no connection with the look of the home. You want to build a shelter for a pet for different purposes like safety from wind, keep him wet from the rain and stay in the garden whenever you have parties or guests at your home.
Factors To Be Considered Of Dog House:
Size of the house according to your dog size
Materials used for building a dog house
Keep inside dry
Size matters a lot because the dog doesn’t want a big roomy space. The dog will feel safe in a small place and need more space when your puppy grows adult. Never make an expensive and big houses for puppies.
Dog House Cost:
The space and material of the shelter decide the cost of the tent. If you make a shelter in the garden or make a roomy like a shelter inside the home, the pet will stay in the shade for safety and sleeping. You have a range of options for a dog’s shelter from a simple room to the shed with a fence and even dining rooms. You can add many features according to your budget like heater and bathtub for the dog. The cost of pet shelter depends upon how luxurious the shade is.
Here are some approximate costs are given for building a shelter from scratch.
No frills shelter for the dog: $50 to $100
Insulation board of polystyrene (1 sheet): $20 approx.
Dog mansion: up to $2000 and even more
Cost Of DIY Kits:
Wooden kit: $30 to $300
Non-insulated (plastic) dog house: $70 to $150
Plastic dog house (insulated): $150 to $250 or more
If you have the tools at your home, then you can save the cost of purchasing new tools to build the pet shed. You need the following tools for dog shelter:
Screwdrivers of different types
Tips: Building A Dog House
Make your dog understand when to enter its new shed. If the dog begins the pet before the complete construction, it may ruin your work.
Keep in mind that the dog size will not remain the same, your pet will become an adult, and you need to build a new shed for a puppy.
Make sure that the space inside the shelter should be large enough so that your dog can lie and turn around inside.
Make coin-sized holes, small windows, or doorways for air to circulate.
Protect the dog’s shelter doorways from sun and rain by adding an overhanging porch.
Cover the floor of the pet shed. You can utilize used rugs that give a luxurious look. Clean the floor and wash the rug regularly.