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Precision Outback Country Lodge Dog House with FREE Door

Item # HN-PPP114

Dimensions & Specifications

Brand
Precision Pet Products
Dog Size
Medium, Large, Small
Dog Weight
20 lbs., 40 lbs., 65 lbs.
Door Dimensions
9.4W x 13.3H inches, 13W x 16.7H inches, 12.6W x 15.7H inches
Door Included
Yes
Exterior Dimensions
30L x 35W x 32H inches, 28L x 30W x 30H inches, 32L x 40W x 34H inches
Finish
Walnut
Interior Dimensions
31.5L x 26W x 27.5H inches, 26.25L x 24W x 25.75H inches, 22L x 22.5W x 23H inches
Material
Wood
Pet Type
Dogs
Raised Panel Floor
Yes
Removable Roof
No
Warranty
Wood Type
Fir

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Free Door Included!
  • Lowest prices ever on this year-after-year best seller!
  • Solid fir wood dog house with raised-panel floor
  • Matching door included!
  • Waterproof leg protectors and adjustable feet
  • Weatherproof liner within roof
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Precision Outback Country Lodge Dog House
 
4.3

(based on 251 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (136)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (78)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (19)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (10)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (8)

89%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Attractive (238)
  • Easy to set up (228)
  • Weather proof (149)
  • Dog likes it (146)
  • Well built / quality (143)

Cons

  • Flimsy design (25)
  • Dog does not like it (21)

Best Uses

  • Outdoors (176)
  • Backyard décor (131)
  • Keeping the dog warm (115)
  • Wet weather (113)
  • Mild weather (77)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Long-time pet owner (136), New owner (59), Single dog owner (10), Multiple dog owner (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Shakesperean Sonnet Review

I dig this dog house. So does my dog Mr. Beef. Here is a picture of the handsome devil, with the dog house sort of out of focus behind him. This house...Read complete review

I dig this dog house. So does my dog Mr. Beef. Here is a picture of the handsome devil, with the dog house sort of out of focus behind him. This house has kept my dear hound dry in many-a-shower, and well shaded from some brutal summer heat. It does leave something to be desired in the warmth category in winter months, but it keeps out the wind. It has served the Beef and me well for nearly 3 years.

This dog house has a classic design that looks picturesque in the backyard. In fact, I bought the dog house before I bought the dog. I thought my backyard needed some sprucing up, and I was considering getting a dog at the time, so what the heck? The price was right. And once I saw the fetching sight of this dog house from my kitchen window, I knew it was only matter of time before I found the dog to inhabit it.

Mr. Beef moved in a few weeks later and stole the show. Just look at the way he jumped in front of the camera and obscured what otherwise would have been a fine picture of the Precision Outback Country Lodge Dog House. But who am I to question my hound's vanity? He's handsome and he knows it.

So, to make up for the dog's camera-hogging, I shall attempt to pay tribute to this fine dog house with the written word.

I give you what is perhaps the world's first Shakespearean sonnet about a dog house. Really, it's written in iambic pentameter, follows the set rhyme scheme, and ends with the signature rhyming couplet. I will be the first to admit that this places me squarely on the nerd side of the fence:

A roof over hound's head shelters from rain
And casts cooling shade in summer's thick heat.
Walls of solid fir block cold wind's disdain
For my dogs' comfort in the winter bleak

Assembly so easy a child of six
Might manage to build in half hour or two
A handsome structure, I tell you, no tricks.
Grown as you are, in half time you'll be through.

Raised is the floor, above hard ground it stands
Keeping moisture at bay and heat beyond.
Walnut stained wood, nature's beauty at hand.
Adjusting feet level like magic wand.

Why the doghouse, you ask, out of focus?
Mister Beef, of course, this photo's opus.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

cozy but not too comfy

Hard floor, I need to get a out door dog bed to make it comfy for my dog. This is my boxers first dog house. She's a little scared of it. We are...Read complete review

Hard floor, I need to get a out door dog bed to make it comfy for my dog. This is my boxers first dog house. She's a little scared of it. We are working on training her to get used to it. When it rains she still hides in a bush rather than using the dog house.

Reviewed by 251 customers

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5.0

Awesome Value!!

By Brent

from Tucson,AZ

About Me Long-time Pet Owner

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Dog Likes It
  • Easy To Set Up
  • Quality Construction
  • Weather Resistant

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Backyard Décor
    • Indoors
    • Mild Weather
    • Outdoors

    Comments about Precision Outback Country Lodge Dog House:

    Easy to assemble and great looking dog house!!

     
    4.0

    It looks nice, just as pictured.

    By Charlie Griffin

    from Suitland, MD

    About Me Long-time Pet Owner

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Attractive Design
    • Easy To Set Up
    • Packaed Well Speedy Ship

    Cons

    • Some Defective Wood

    Best Uses

    • Outdoors
    • Stray
    • Wet Weather

    Comments about Precision Outback Country Lodge Dog House:

    I purchased the medium size for cats that hang around my house. I'm a sucker for strays, and when they show up I start feeding them. You know what happens then... Anyway, I wanted something sturdy and not too expensive to provide shelter for them during the cold winter months. The house arrived in a timely fashion and was packed nicely with not too much of that blasted styrofoam junk, but there were a few pieces that were inserted for cushioning. Just have you vacuum handy to pick up stray pieces of packing material. Assembly was pretty simple and didn't take too long. I took my time though to make sure I didn't mess up. The only thing that was a little confusing was attaching the roof. I used my God given common sense and finally figured it out. I plan to do some modifications to make the structure a little more weather tolerant. I'm going to add shingles to the roof, insulation to the inside and am going to apply a waterproof sealant to the wood so the rain will not permeate the wood. So far I am relatively pleased with the basic structure. Oh, when I ordered my house it stated that a free door would be included; however, the door was not included in the box with the house. I had to call Hayneedle to inform them that I did not receive it, and the agent was very nice about it and promised to send one out to me the next day. Great customer service!

    There were a few pieces that were not cut true or the wood had splintered in spots, mainly on the roof. An extra piece of bracing was included, I guess if one were to be too messed up to use. I really appreciated how the screws and holes lined up perfectly. I did not have to jimmy-rig anything to make it fit. The only thing that gave me pause was the roof, but like I said, I finally figured it out. Just make sure the two long braces near the top on the inside of the roof panels fit into the grooves on the sides of the front and back panels. That will ensure the roof sits square and true. Happy assembly!

    I plan to line the floor underside with some insulation and then add hay so the strays will have some soft cushioning and warmth. So for all intents and purposes, I'm pretty pleased with myself! I'm an old broad now, and physically I'm slowing down, but thank God I still have most of my mental faculties, albeit a little forgetful at times, but hay, I made it this far!

     
    5.0

    Nice little doghouse

    By Kristofer

    from UPLAND,CA

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Dog Likes It
    • Easy To Set Up

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Precision Outback Country Lodge Dog House:

        The house was easy and quick to assemble, shipping was fast. Our little dog likes it

         
        5.0

        Just what we were looking for indoors

        By Mallory

        from Lexington, KY

        About Me Long-time Pet Owner

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Attractive Design
        • Easy To Set Up

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Indoors

          Comments about Precision Outback Country Lodge Dog House:

          We keep our 16 lb puggle in a large pen in our basement during the day while we're gone. Although the basement is finished, it still gets chilly and there is no overhead enclosure. I wanted a simple, small dog house to set inside the pen so she could "den" and have somewhere warm to curl up in. This house in the small size was the perfect solution. It looks nice enough to have indoors and not look out of place with rest of decor and it was easy to put together. We used a small drill and phillips head bit. Although the quality is good, I don't think it's built for outdoor use - the roof would need to be lined and it would probably need to be weighted down. But for our purpose it's great. Some reviews stated that they received damaged pieces - I figured this might have more to do with the delivery method than the product itself so I paid the extra $5 for Fed Ex shipping and it arrived super fast with no damage at all. I looked around quite a bit for a small A-frame style, wooden house like this and this was by far the best price I could find.

          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          3.0

          Flimsy Wood

          By Charles

          from Powder Springs,GA

          About Me Long-time Pet Owner

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Attractive Design
          • Easy To Set Up

          Cons

          • Flimsy Design

          Best Uses

            Comments about Precision Outback Country Lodge Dog House:

            This dog house looks nice but the wood is thin and flimsy. A piece of it broke off during shipping. I would've sent it back if it wasn't for the hassle of repacking and shipping. I'll just make it work.

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