I love this under stair indoor "dog house." Its out of the way and it even has a window. What more could a dog want? I do want this somewhere,so that while we are gone,they can look out of "their window" and watch for our return.
Creating a potty area for your dog is easy, convenient and your lawn and shoes will thank you for it! The nice weather makes this the perfect time of year to get this small project out of the way. So roll up your sleeves and say NO MORE to yellow lawns
Dog Pond - Place a plastic kiddie pool in the ground. It'd be easy to clean and looks nicer than having it above ground. Big dogs can't chew it up or drag it around. Then in winter months turn it in to a fire pit!
I wonder if this could work for outdoor kitties too? How to Build a Dog Potty Area -- A designated potty spot would make it easier to keep the lawn clean for the kiddo, and keep Kiley from getting as muddy when she has to pee on rainy days.
For a family with dogs, the designer of this contemporary kitchen incorporated three distinct pet-feeding stations throughout the space. A glass and mahogany door, which perfectly complements the kitchen’s sleek style, slides out to separate the pups.