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Precision Pet Products Extreme Outback Log Cabin Dog House

Precision Pet Products Extreme Outback Log Cabin Dog House

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    works great for cats

    By Chris on Nov 16, 2020

    I bought this in the small size, for two outdoor stray cats. It sits on a corner of my deck, works perfect for them, and keeps them out of the weather. I read reviews where the floor was too weak for the larger dogs. I would put down some cement pavers on the ground first and set the house so that I bought this in the small size, for two outdoor stray cats. It sits on a corner of my deck, works perfect for them, and keeps them out of the weather. I read reviews where the floor was too weak for the larger dogs. I would put down some cement pavers on the ground first and set the house so that the floor would be supported. … more

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    Cheaply made

    By FarmerJoe on Nov 3, 2020

    I was rather disappointed with the cheapness of the wood. I'm assuming the wood is new growth pine, the boards are very thin as are the walls, you're looking at 3/16 to 1/4 inch thick walls and for boards. As far as the roof with shingles goes... there's no drip edge on the back for the rain to run I was rather disappointed with the cheapness of the wood. I'm assuming the wood is new growth pine, the boards are very thin as are the walls, you're looking at 3/16 to 1/4 inch thick walls and for boards. As far as the roof with shingles goes... there's no drip edge on the back for the rain to run off. It goes right onto the wood. There's gaps between the shingles and edge of the sides. Below the shingles there's particle-board so once it's wet, it's ruined. Honestly there's nothing extreme about this thing at all. So I spent 30 bucks, got some high quality outdoor paint and painted the whole thing to seal the wood. I spent 5 bucks on some asphalt caulk and sealed up the roof. I spent 20 bucks on a sheet of insulation and another 6 bucks on caulk to seal the sides where it all screws together. Another 6 bucks for a bail of straw to put something under the floor since it's not a solid for and if the ground. *Chewy's rep I talked to in the phone was great. All this is on Precision Pet Products. … more

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