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Large dogs deserve to be warm too! Purchasing the Hound Heater Pet House Furnace with your Dog Den 3 can keep your outdoor dog inside warm with this long-lasting heating element.
Also works great for multiple dogs or as a heated whelping box.
Save $15 you purchase this product (the Hound Heater Pet House Furnace and Dog Den 3 together). Savings already reflected in price shown.
If you would like to purchase the Dog Den 3 without the heater, click here.
Excellent Insulation: The wall, floor, and ceiling offer 27% more insulation than any other manufactured doghouse. With a full inch of insulating foam built in the ceiling and ¾" of foam insulating the wall and floo. This heavy-duty doghouse will keep your dog warm.
Hound Heater Pet House Furnace: Install this pet heater in your Dog Den 3, and your dog can experience the most comfortable doghouse around with this wall-mounted heater. You can expect temperatures to be as much as 70 degrees warmer when the heating element is properly installed. The 150-watt Hound Heater is safe for pets and is easy to install.
Rust Resistant: The zinc-plated steel panels prevent damage caused by dogs. The material is not only rust resistant and chew-proof, it is easy to clean and disinfect.
Removable Top: The insulated lid removes very easily. This makes for efficient and convenient cleaning and dog bed maintenance. The top can be locked with a padlock. Read our article Doghouse Bedding: Keeping Your Dog Warm and Comfortable.
100% Chew Proof: The materials we have selected for each of our Dog Dens are heavy-duty and hold up to chewing. Even the most abusive dog can’t hurt the Dog Den.
Roomy: The large Dog Den 3 is great for multiple dogs or whelping puppies. The Dog Den 3 measures 34" long x 34" wide x 24" high.
6-Inch Door Lip: This door lip will keep bedding inside and in place better than any competitor.
Popular Kennel Door: This durable, heavy-duty pet door swings both ways and stops rain and wind. There are no chewable flaps on this sturdy dog house.
Strong and Lightweight: This large Dog Den weighs only 85 pounds and supports weights up to 400 pounds.
Easy Assembly: Pop rivets are used for easy assembly and the majority of the holes are prepunched for ease of construction.
5-Year Guarantee: We will replace any part that fails on a prorated basis due to defect or chewing for five years from time of purchase.
Wood 2 x 4 supports not included.
Posted by Unknown on 16th Nov 2014
I have had these for a very short time, but my dogs are happy I did get them! Weather went from 70 to -17 in a couple days. They seem cozy enough in them.
That said, I did do some light modifications. I put steel wool, covered with Gorilla tape, in the holes for the electrical cords(exterior), one on the side and bottom. This is to detour mice from getting in and eating the Styrofoam insulation. I made a wood frame for the inside floor that I screwed a large rubber stall mat to, it creates a bowl effect for the grass hay. Also makes a shelf for them to lay their heads on when they want to look out.
I have one more change, which I'm figuring out what material to use. I'm going to put a clear center in the doggie door, riveted in. My dogs won't go in with the door down as they can't see out. Since my Chessie will eat most anything he can, I have to have the metal edge. Also why I made the bed like I did...
On the rivet tool, just don't let the handle open back up all the way. Takes an extra couple crimps to pop, but so very easy. I'm only 5' and have small hands, so I've learned to improvise. I put both these together with no problems. I also had one missing interior part. I called and they shipped it out ASAP! Thank you!
They are heavy, and more so with my modifications. Dogs don't move them around like they did the wood predecessors.
Posted by delayna on 25th Dec 2013
Strong hands and exceptional do it yourself skills. The pop - rivet tool that is sold on this site broke after about 15 rivets....luckily I live 2 blocks from home depot. You will need a good pop rivet tool to complete this job. The hound heater is a great heater; however I mounted it exactly per the instructions and it has begun to melt a bit of the plastic surround that lines the inside the house...two small one inch areas. It keeps my 120 pound dog so cozy....I don't really care about the plastic liner. My dog has destroyed his fair share of items, but doesn't seem to be able to get a good enough grip on the heater or the thermostat as of yet to destroy them. My only criticism on the house is I would've liked the door to be a little larger. He took a little training to get him to want to scrunch up going in and out. Overall, you'll love this house. Allow about 5 hours to assemble.
K-9 Kondo Comment: I spoke to the customer and let them know that we were refunding their money for the defective pop rivet tool. I also explained that the warped plastic liner was a result of improper heater installation. The heater was installed using the generic instructions from the manufacturer for doghouses with wood walls placing the heater baffle directly above the Hound Heater. When attached to closely the baffle will conduct heat into the wall distorting the plastic. We include a notice with all of heaters informing the customer to disregard the "generic" instructions and refer to those found on our website. We now include a copy of the website instructions in every heater.
Posted by Unknown on 15th Dec 2013
Just bought a second Dog Den 3 w/ heater; it's indestructible and the dogs love it.
Posted by Jim D (Wisconsin) on 16th Oct 2012
I work my dogs! My Shorthairs fit fine in the dog den, but my Lab needs room to streatch out after a day in the field or the marsh. I get both with the Dog Den 3, and with the heater option I wont need to wory about the additional dead space that can make a dog house cold and damp in the winter. I have used Dog Dens & their Doors for years. The assembly was easier than I thought it would be. Everyone should look at the Youtube demonstration first.
Posted by M. Meade on 7th Feb 2011
I finally put my Dog Den 3 together after being intimidated by the assembly and having it sit in my garage for over a month (the cold weather here in Illinois finally convinced me). Geez, had I known that the basic concept was so easy, I would've done it much sooner! My only issue was the rivets, as I have Rheumatoid Arthritis and used a regular "old-school" type pop rivet gun to do the job (I just had to get mad at it, and take an 800mg Motrin afterwards to keep the pain in my hands from being too unbearable the following day or two --I also need to break down and ask for help with the inside rivets due to the angle not being conducive to having Arthritis). Anyway, my two German Shorthaired Pointers LOVE their new heated doghouse!!! Even though they stay in an 11'x12' workshop attached to my garage with a doggie door to their 10' x 10' run while I'm at work, I still wanted that extra layer of protection by putting the Dog Den 3 inside the workshop for them. Last night was the first night I could actually sneak up on them when I got home from work, as they were both soaking up the heat in the doghouse.
So here's my question/suggestion: Do you sell a mat to put inside the dog den? If I put a regular dog bed in there, it'll end up looking like it snowed in the workshop while I was away for the day. If I put carpet or something similar in it, they'll have a blast chewing that up (hey, they get bored). I did find a thick rubber mud flap for a tractor trailer at my local Rural King store that works awesome for them, but it measured about 24" x 36" so I had to cut it to fit inside and then it still didn't cover the entire floor. It's about a half inch thick (m/l), and heavy enough that they can't pick it up to chew or try to drag out the door. It would be awesome if you had something like that to cover the metal floor of the Dog Den. My dogs and I thank you for an awesome product!