Extra Large Dog Houses

Large selection of: Dog Houses

Everything with the extra large breeds is super sized, including the grocery bill, the dog mats, the vet bill and more.

So when it comes to providing shelter the same is true for their shelter, they require extra large dog houses.

Large dogs require room to spread out

A Great Pyrenees Mountain dog is a giant and is not likely going to fit in any off the shelf dog houses. So it is going to require some extra effort to find the ultimate home for these magnificent dogs.

Or extra large dog houses for the larger breeds including Great Danes, St. Bernard, Bull Mastiffs, etc. you get the idea. These large breed dogs need extra large dog houses that will stand up to their weight, size demands and still be comfortable.

When these giants lie down it is usually with a big thump! So a cheap dog house is not going to last!

Looking at your various options for Extra Large Dog Houses:

 

 

 

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Dog house kennel combination for an extra large dog learn more here: Extra Large Dog House

 

Considering the dog house kennel combination option

There is one option that is the ideal solution for your extra-large dog or a tribe of smaller dogs and that is the dog house kennel combination (images above).

These homes offer the best of both worlds for your dog, it allows them to have an outdoors fenced in kennel option as well as a sheltered area to get out of harsh weather.

Some of the models also feature an adult door entrance where you can store dog supplies like dog food, harness and leashes.

These homes offer your dog or dogs the opportunity to experience their outside world without the fear of them wandering off.

The best feature is no matter how large your dog may be these dog houses will be able to accommodate their needs.

The options that you have available are

build an extra large dog house by yourself which is going to require a skill set and the right tools, not to mention a good amount of your spare time.

You will require a good plan with a complete materials list and a good understanding what type of wood materials will hold up over the years and provide comfort for your dog.

The next option is to pay someone to build the house for you, however to pay a journeyman carpenter is not going to be cheap unless you want a substandard house.

The other option is the big box store which is not going to have a good selection because the size takes up too much floor space, finally there is an online store that specializes in dog houses, especially extra large dwellings.

The extra large dog house selection process.

We feature homes that will accommodate these regal enormous breeds and all the tiny ones as well! We feature extra large dog houses as well as custom doghouse & kennel combinations that allow the best of both worlds for your pet.

Your dog can enjoy the outdoors in a kennel area and also be able to get out of the harsh weather when needed.

 

Giant Size Dog Houses

Dog houses for the big boys

When we speak in terms of dog house size, it usually is broken down by small, medium, large and extra large. 

But sometimes even  extra large dog houses are not big enough that is when we need giant size dog houses .

The colossal breeds demand a huge area to spread out and relax this is going to mean large areas of real estate. 

A dog that is over 120 pounds and stands at approximately 30 inches tall needs a monster house.

A typical off the shelf dog house at a big box store is not likely going to work, these giant breed dogs needs something much bigger.

Which breeds are considered giant?

There are several enormous breed dogs here is just a sample of the long list for you to gain perspective:

Saint Bernard (average weight 140-260 pounds)

Newfoundland (average weight 130-150 pounds)

Great Pyrenees Mountain Dog (average weight 110-120 pounds)

Bull Mastiff (average weight 130-150 pounds)

Irish Wolfhound (average weight 140-180 pounds)

Leonberger (average weight 100-160 pounds)

Black Russian Terrier (average weight 100-150 pounds)

Great Dane (average weight 120-200 pounds)

Scottish Deerhound (average weight 85-110 pounds)

Neapolitan Mastiff (average weight 130-150 pounds)

The list above is the average weight of the male dog, the female will usually weigh less.

These are just 10 of the mammoth size dogs most of these dogs would never fit inside an average dog house.

Not only do they need a much larger dog house but also one that is well built, a dog of this size will completely destroy a thin wall, soft wood doghouse.

 

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So what constitutes a giant dog house?

More than likely these  giant dog houses are going to be in a league of their own, they are not going to be on a shelf in a big box store.

Since they are going to be of enormous size their price tag is not going to be petite. 

Luckily there are several versions so there may one for every over sized dog.

Most dog houses show specifications in terms of inches when they are describing the dimensions of a typical dog house, as an example 44” deep x 42” wide x 32” tall.

In the case of a giant dog house those same dimensions are more than likely going to be presented in feet instead of inches.

As an example it may be listed as an 8' x 10', a house of this size will accommodate any giant size dog. 

 

Why a giant breed dog house?

Like all other dogs that need enter, turn around, lay down and exit a dog house with ease, so do the larger dogs they just need more room to do it with comfort.

Not only will the giant breeds need more square footage they will also need a larger entry way.

Even though most dogs like to dip when they enter an opening this opening needs to be much larger.

Another important consideration given the sheer weight of the over sized dogs they will wreak havoc on a cheap weak sided dog house.

So unless you want to be replacing the house every year it may be wise to invest in a solid well built dog house. 

A giant dog house requires a solid foundation

It is usually a good idea to provide a solid foundation for any large size dog house, the ideal material would be a concrete slab.

If the budget or the circumstance doesn't allow for a concrete slab the next best scenario would be patio pavers, cider blocks that are lowered in the ground or some type of gavel, as long as it is something that will not damage paws.

Finally if nothing else works at least some pressure treated 4x4's for the house to rest on, it will help against decay because of the contact with the ground and also allow air to flow.

It is not just the dog house that is giant for these breeds.

The owners of these magnificent breeds can tell you there are challenges besides their dwelling; there is also the gigantic food bill.

Everything else in their lives is super sized as well, as an example where do you find a  humongous bed for them to sleep on comfortably?

There is one final word on these big boys and that is they also have big love! 

Browse this page for in depth information about  dog houses for large dogs.

Or click on this Giant Breed Dog House for more information.