|Dog Palace Large Dog House||38.5" H x 31.5" W x 47.5" D||66 lbs|
|Features Options:||Door Included, Insulated, Made In The USA|
|Product Category:||Dog Houses|
Questions & Answers
ASL Solutions Dog Palace Large Dog House
Best dog house
Ivy from Mount Juliet, TN– Verified Buyer
We tested this in 16 degree weather. It was still 52 degrees in the dog house. Then we added the heated pad in the house. I have NO worries about my fur baby having to be out with this house. I am interested to retest this summer and see how it works. It took putting treats inside to get our dog used to the door but once he learned, no problems. Putting it together was easy enough although it did take two to get the roof screwed in.
Perfect Dog House!
Tammi from Grand Bay, AL– Verified Buyer
I have a doberman and a smaller jack russelldoberman mix. Both of my dogs enjoy this dog house immensely. The only tiny problem I have with it is that my smaller dog, who only weighs about 22 lbs, has a little trouble with the door, only because she's afraid of it I think. It is well insulated and does a great job of keeping my dogs dry and warm. I would definitely recommend this house to anyone.
Robie from Oak Harbor, WA– Verified Buyer
Our girl loves her new house! She's getting older so we wanted something better for her comfort. Took her a minute to be okay with the door, but then, the first week, we had to coax her out to come eat! Too funny! We also purchased the Hound Heater with thermostat control. When she first comes out her coat is all toasty. We couldn't be happier.
Great insulated dog house
RR from Vancouver, BC– Verified Buyer
This house is great - lightweight and easy to assemble. My dog (dobie) is crated while we are at work and I'd prefer to have the option to allow him limited outdoor access on those days I can't make it home mid-day to let him out (we have this house set up in an outdoor covered kennel). Took a little while for him to get used to it and using the half door method really helped with that (and chucking in treats and a bully stick). We now find him in there more times than not when we get home. I ended up installing a hound heater (instead of getting the heated mat as the mat was not an option for us given that nothing survives his chewing) and getting that installed through the plastic and insulation was a bit tricky.
Good Cool dog house
Patrice from Arizona– Verified Buyer
If you are looking for a house for your dog in the summer, this is a good one. The temperature is about 10 degrees cooler in it. The assembly was easy to do. I'm a little concerned about the screws holding in the plastic tightly, but it seems to be ok for now. The door has some weight to it, so your dog might have a hard time pushing it in if it's not a big dog. Over all it's a good house I would recommend.
so far so good.
Lucas Girven from AK– Verified Buyer
At first, I was skeptical being a plastic dog house. but after getting it from fed ex in 2 boxes and put together inside because of freezing rain at that time. our not even a year old 70lb chocolate lab pit bull Shepard mix loves it. pretty simple to assemble. he hasnt chewed it up, yet, or jumped on the house collapsing it. we have hay and heating pad inside for him to help for the cold days when we r at work and he has to be outside. so far, little over a month with that house, some freezing nights, he is happy and warm inside this house. we still have the front door at 12 cuz he is still scared of it. he doesnt know wtf to think of the full door and stays out so we set it at 12 and leaving it for now. his old dog house comes in handy. using that to cover his foodwater bowls
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