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Miller Pet Products presents the DogeDen 60 Series heated and cooled dog house, perfect for dogs 60 pounds and under. Our underground dog house uses geothermal energy to keep pets cool in the summer, and warm in the winter.
The DogeDen is easy to install, stays dry no matter the weather and has an optional tie-out that allows you to use this in an open back yard or out on the farm.
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72 Comments on “Buy A Dog House Underground Dog House”

  1. Make it bigger, stairs less steep, higher border for rain and or snow, optional door/doggy door, SOLUTION TO CLEAN EXCREMENTS (looks complicated to shovel in that shape). Other wise fun idea.

    1. Pill Cosby, It was pretty dumb from the get-go, just people being sheep, doing the same thing.

  2. The entrance definitely needs to be raised. And a sturdy slitted rubber entrance hatch should be installed to keep snow and debris out.

    1. Maybe it could be outfitted with a “doggie door” type of thing that locks out other critters if your pet isn’t around. But it definitely needs some sort of weather proof door.

    2. Juanita Harris definitely. Imagine a rattle snake or something deadly along those lines waiting in there for your dog.

  3. Dogs love the treat you threw in There. No idea if it lives the dog house. Judging by how fast it booed out of there is say nah

    1. It really is badly designed though. The entrance top should be raised and sloped to stop water or snow from getting inside. The entrance should also be larger than the inside of the base, and have a rubber fitting around the edge. Some type of door to stop the elements from ruining the inside would be useful too. Both sides should have ventilation holes, with raised portions to prevent water from getting in them.

      There are a few other flaws, but these are fundamental design functions that even basic engineers would add in. Still a neat idea though, I might go design and build myself one for fun.

    2. Octavi, good point! Honestly the entire concept gives me anxiety.
      What if another bad hurricane season comes up where lots of people have to evacuate. Many won’t because of wealth problems and such. There’s tons of people who leave their pets behind… especially TIED yard dogs. Just imagine coming back to your home two weeks later and finding out it drowned or a rock fell in the entrance and it was trapped underground! >_<

    1. You could technically build your own cheap DIY version, but you’d run into technical problems, as well as legal ones. If you familiarize yourself with your laws, and are a good engineer/construction kind of guy, go for it!

    1. SteelersGuy4357 in America ppl treat animals better than thwir own families. In Puerto Rico we treat the dogs like family so they are free. They run the street and come home at night and sleep. We feed it left over and dog food. But the dog will jot be on kitchen bedrroms period.

    2. I can’t keep my dog in my house anymore my dad he is bad sick and the doctors said to keep him away from animals so I’m trying to find a good way to keep him warm and I don’t like this idea like what if your dog got stuck or hurt him or herself and you would have to un bury it and that’s not good or safe

    1. Because when dogs are tired they normally look for dark places that are cool to sleep in when it’s hot duuuuh

    1. Right, but you would then need an engineer to design an efficient water-proof system. I feel like whoever made this simply had an idea and made it a reality. That’s how you get a lot of product failures now ideas. Great ideas, horrible execution.

    2. Chris Letham rain and snow would easily get in and the dog would track it in making a fucking mess that’s two feet down and hard to get to….such a bad design

  4. Wat if a large snake enters and the dog strolls bak in after the days work without realizing and they both hav a qck chat then the doggo realises. Th look on his face😓

  5. If I was that dog I would be worried. My family is Italian and when we see someone digging holes in the back yard, well, you know…

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