Animal Pack is an instructional guide to construct a 4×6 doghouse, a 4×6 chicken coop, a 6x6x10 fort, a birdhouse and a 3x3x3 cat fort. This guide is for the do it yourself carpenter who wants to fill his place with forts and structures for their many beloved pets.
Build a 4×4 doghouse with two doorways on either side and a 2×6 porch walkway on two sides. Great for dogs who want to chill outside or cuddle inside.. Doorways are 1’6″x2’0″. Good for medium sized dogs.
This doghouse was specifically built in a certain manner. The picture on the front cover was the doghouse built for this plan.
Some modifications were made to simplify this plan for the novice. However the original was designed to be 4x6x5 doghouse with insulation. There are options to place doorways in different places.
There are also 2 different doorway sizes, (1’6”x 2’0” and 2’0” x 2’6”)
There are two different plans: one plan is for the doorway to be in the front (The four foot section) and another plan is for the doorway to be on the side. (On the back half of the six foot side.)
These instructions are a guide to build a 4×6 doghouse that is roughly five feet tall. The housing area is one foot from the ground and the roof is five feet from the deck.
Build this basic fort for your cat, small dog or even chickens. Everybody deserves a chance to bask in the sun while resting in the backyard.
This fort is roughly 3x3x3. It has a small ramp and porch area for your beloved friends to climb. It stands only 10 inches from the ground. With basic pine, it would only cost around sixty dollars, including hardware.
Nice big and unique house for your dog our dogs. Carpentry instructions to build an L-shaped doghouse with two doorways entering from ninety degrees. Its dimensions are 6x6x5, sitting on a deck that is six inches off the ground. The doorways are 1’6” x 2’0”. It is built with siding and trim along the corners.
This doghouse is estimated to cost around $400 dollars depending on the lumber purchased.