What appears like your typical plastic dog igloo is in fact cast with some steps and a below-grade, organically insulated ground to keep your furry friend comfortable in the winter as well as chilled during the summer time. No electrical power, electric batteries, solar power panels, hookups, mounting bolts, or screws needed. Only a sturdy shovel and a few digging to get the dog’s fortress put in place. And he will likely be stoked to assist you to with that part.
DogEden creator says his very own dog’s digging is what bestowed him the concept of the doghouse, to begin with – Zeke would excavate holes and then lie in them to cool all the way down. Miller then developed his first DogeDen for his buddy.
Miller claims no matter what the temperature on the ground- from hot and damp to bitter cold – the DogEden keeps the underground temperature of around 60 deg, which happens to be ideal for those covered in fur all year round. The unibody space is also made to be virtually unbreakable, plus water-resistant. Its door sits 3″ above the ground, so even if its environment is wet and flooded the inside floor should stay dried up.
DogeDen dimensions are 36″ tall x 36″ long x 18″ wide, with a 14″ tall x 13″ wide opening. Miller suggests it for dogs that weigh around 60 lbs. A bigger model is in the is good for large dogs, and available in Summer 2018.
A final, optionally available DogEden function is a tie-out anchor placed on the top of the house, meant for dog owners who don’t possess fenced-in yards or else need to get their dogs outside. The anchor provides for the attachment of some different types of pet industry locks used with dog wires and ropes. The DogeDen’s anchor is sure to be tangle-free, and your pet dog won’t get covered around his house, or pull his house away, while attached to it.