Diy Dog Crate Divider,Wood Toy Box Patterns,Crafts Wood Slices - Good Point

08.08.2014
We also wanted to be sure each dog could get out if necessary (house fires scare us in the biggest of ways), so we replaced a typical latch system with a hidden magnet in each door. The price tag on this dog crate end table seems a bit insane to me, but I like the contemporary design and multi-purpose use. A dog bed nightstand is a great option for those who want to keep their pups close at night but don’t want to share their bed. Ken and I are the type of pet owners who plan our lives around our pups, and our pets are the type of dogs who bask in that delight daily (clearly, we’re in for a surprise when baby comes along this July!). This end table was custom built to fit over an existing crate, but if your pets are small you can achieve the same look with a standard table. We wanted both dogs to be able to enjoy the crate at the same time, while still feeling cozy and in their separate spaces. The 265g would be more ideal, but my 2'+catfish might ram into the divider, knocking her loose. This DIY Contemporary Doghouse comes with a full step-by-step tutorial in case you want to make one for your pup.


If you want to go the DIY route, Ana White offers plans on how to build your own DIY Dog Kennel end table. I used four legs to support the divider; making it nearly impossible for a large fish to knock down. We started with a mega dog duplex idea, but quickly realized it would take up an insane amount of square footage in the office, where they’re currently crated. I’ve done some research and found that you really can have stylish dog crates that fit your decor. If you have a medium or large dog, a built-in dog crate under a cabinet or kitchen island might be a more practical option for you. The steel makes it easy to clean and preempts any potential chewing (for doggies who might like to snack on wood furniture). Sure, we would have loved to build a massive dog duplex, but the size would have been a bear and the angles might have been too challenging for our skill set. In the case of our modern pet crate, we knew we wanted a compact-ish crate that could double as a coffee table.


For the ultimate out-of-the-way dog crate, find an unused nook in the house to build a private room for your pet.
An outdoor crate might have made our job tougher, as we’d have to re-think a few materials, so you can see how function (rule #1) comes in handy to lock down first. Yes, we built it just high enough to slide the crates easily in and out (a must for cleaning because we have long haired dogs).
So, we opted for plywood dividers that act as windows for each dog to sniff and smile at each other. Not every home buyer would want a built-in- dog crate but I wouldn’t let it stop me from putting one in either. Also you need to consider the health risk that you expose your dog(s) to from the chemicals in the laundry room all day (detergent, dryer sheets, washing tabs etc).




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