Greater than 50 percent of the population permit their Tennessee Treeing Brindles to live inside and sleep on the couch or in the bed. For those of you guys who are wondering how to build a dog house for your Tennessee Treeing Brindle, below are our easy rules to follow when considering what type of house you want to provide for your Tennessee Treeing Brindle.
How to Build Your Tennessee Treeing Brindle a House: Size
1. You should start your dog house building process by ensuring the house is big enough to accommodate your Tennessee Treeing Brindle’s potential mature size. As humans, we enjoy having around two feet of air above us in a room in order to live without feeling claustrophobic. The Tennessee Treeing Brindle will probably also enjoy having that much room. The comfort zone for both people and Tennessee Treeing Brindles is about 33% of their standing height. To figure out how much space the Tennessee Treeing Brindle will need get a tape measure and measure your Tennessee Treeing Brindle. Measure him standing straight up, resting on his haunches and especially measure the full dimension of the Tennessee Treeing Brindle when he is in the most comfortable, relaxed and stretched out position he can get into. Your Tennessee Treeing Brindle should be able to look out the front entrance when both sitting and standing. So the Tennessee Treeing Brindle will not have to significantly lower his front shoulders or drag his stomach, make sure that entrance is tall enough. Stand over the Tennessee Treeing Brindle and measure the width of the broadest point of the animal’s shoulders.
Building Your Tennessee Treeing Brindle a House: Elevation
2. Remember to raise the dog house several inches from the ground to permit air and water to flow underneath. To discourage bugs from invading the house, and taking your Tennessee Treeing Brindle’s health into consideration, remember how important fresh air is. Install a few nickel-sized openings in the panels underneath the eaves. Install a wind block inside the house so the Tennessee Treeing Brindle can use the warmth of its body to warm up the space if it is extremely cold or windy outside. Think about adding a partial wall which will permit your Tennessee Treeing Brindle to escape the nasty weather. Your Tennessee Treeing Brindle can choose to just snooze in the entry room or go around the inner archway maze wall into the inner room. Your beloved Tennessee Treeing Brindle would probably love having a pillow or some sort of bedding to sleep on.
How to Build a House for Your Tennessee Treeing Brindle: Weather Resistant
3. To avoid rain coming into the dog house make the floor just a bit slanted in the direction of the doorway and build the roof a bit on an angle, as well. Make sure the house is well insulated but you shouldn’t paint the inside.
4. In America most storms come from the west and south so ensure the dog house faces a different direction. Most house plans recommend that the dog house opening faces east. The cold air won’t be able to rush through the entryway then.
Add Hinges to the Roof of Your Tennessee Treeing Brindle’s Dog House
5. It’s suggested that you put hinges on the roof when you build your Tennessee Treeing Brindle a house. This makes it easier for you to empty your Tennessee Treeing Brindle’s home. You should clean the Tennessee Treeing Brindle’s house as often as you give your Tennessee Treeing Brindle a bath.
Tennessee Treeing Brindle Dog House: Conclusion
If your Tennessee Treeing Brindle stays outdoors then he deserves to have a pleasant place to snooze and get out of harsh weather. Hopefully these simple tips on building a dog house for your Tennessee Treeing Brindle will help you begin.
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