Solar heated dog house



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Solar heated dog house. I made this for my old boxer pup. It's got a vent, a heater, a fan, a fan/heater combination, and a built in window. The window can be closed, or even boarded up. The entire unit was put together in under a half hour. It will run about $60-$80 dollars plus shipping if you can find a way to ship it. It is quite light.

A few things to keep in mind:

The r is drawn into the heater/fan unit and then is forced out through a vent. The unit is not very loud.

The windows are very thin and the walls are not very strong. I would not advise you to keep the window closed unless you live somewhere with a constant temp below zero. I would also not advise you to build the windows thick unless you have a solid structure that is very strong, you will crack the glass or board up the opening. I did not do that.

Doing a Google search on "dog houses", I found a few pictures of "dog houses" that look like this one. If I can find a way to post the pictures, I will be sure to add them.

My dog and cat are quite active and it seemed like every time they were active, the heater would shut down. There was no thermostat in the original heater. It just would shut off when it reached a certn temperature. My dog loves the heat. I would go to work, leave the house for an hour, and she would be fine when I returned home.

The box it was shipped in was pretty beat up. It took a little work and a lot of sanding to get the pnt off and smooth it all out.

The original unit had been shipped to the house by a former owner. I found this when I moved in.

Here is the heater that was in the original unit. I cut the cord off and left the fan in the box. It is quite light.

I am attaching a picture of the fan/heater unit. It's a nice unit and the fan works very well. I am not attaching pictures of the wall that holds the fan/heater unit because it is quite obvious where it goes.

Here is the finished product.

Some pictures of the outside.

A close up of the front.

The wall has two panels.

A closer up of the fan.

The top of the unit.

The side of the unit.

Here are some pictures of the inside of the dog house.

Here is a picture of the side of the unit.

Here is a picture of the inside of the wall.

Here is a picture of the vent.

Here is a picture of the vent.

The outside of the unit.

Here is a picture of the inside of the wall.

Here is a picture of the heater.

Here is a picture of the heater.

Here is a picture of the unit with the fan and window.

Here is a picture of the heater and fan.

Here is a picture of the outside of the unit.

Here is a picture of the outside of the unit.

Here is a picture of the unit in action.

Here is a picture of the heater with the fan.

Here is a picture of the unit with the fan and the vent closed.

Here is a picture of the inside of the wall.

Here is a picture of the fan.

Here is a picture of the fan.

Here is a picture of the unit with the window closed.

Here is a picture of the wall with the window.

Here is a picture of the inside of the wall.

Here is a picture of the window.

Here is a picture of the window.

Here is a picture of the heater and fan.

Here is a picture of the unit with the window closed.

Here is a picture of the unit with the window.

I have tried to include all the pictures I have of the different components and pictures of the different things that are going on.

I would be interested in knowing if anyone has this unit in their house. I think it is a really neat idea.

My only problem is that I would like to have an automatic shut off unit. I don't want to constantly shut off the unit, even for an hour. I would like to leave the house for an hour, or two hours, and when I return home, the unit will be back to normal.

I am thinking that one of the components is a digital thermometer, and the unit will automatically turn off if the temp reaches a certn level.

Another thing I am considering is building the outside of the unit in such a way that the outside of the dog house would be very hard. I could then have it covered with wood and it would be much more stable.

I know that this could be an expensive option, but I would like to find the best solution that works and looks the best.

I just found a similar product and it has a fan inside of the box. You could put this together with the original heater and fan. You could put a box inside of a box. It's an interesting idea.

I do not have a digital thermometer. It is a very hard thing to find.

I would not build the outside of the unit too hard. If the walls are made hard and the door is very strong, then the window will be stronger, but if the wall is made too thick, then the glass will be stronger. I would make the walls a little thicker than I normally would for a dog house.

It seems to me that you can do the same thing with the box and box in a box. If the box and box in a box is stronger than the outside of the unit, it should be stronger than the original unit. The only thing I can't really think of is if the unit is too light, then the box can crack. I would make the walls a


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