53 Wipeable Dog Bed Exterior Design Photos

Kailey J. Flynn Photography
1 Review
Kennel: 6 in/out dog runs, kitty playroom, and doggy wash station
Dog house in front of dog dorr
Dog house could lead to dog door as entrance.
matching indoor-outdoor dog runs, and kitty playroom and a dog accessible shower.
The custom-built matching kennel is equipped with six matching indoor-outdoor dog runs, a kitty playroom and a dog-accessible shower. Mehl
I think this is the outdoor to the pic with the large individual crates. Nice. Would connect to main house, add washer/dryer, shower, floor with drain, fridges and freezers, beds in common area. Synthetic turf and gravel outdoors.
Dog door, outdoor coverage (keep the step in dry!)
nice matching the house detail and dog house
The custom-built matching kennel is equipped with six matching indoor-outdoor dog runs, a kitty playroom and a dog-accessible shower.Mehl appreciated the wide expanse of land that his team had to work with because they had the freedom to place the structures — including the main house and the kennel
“kennel” — ownedbydogs
Wayne Windham Architect, P.A.
Jewel Box
fence for dog run and shaved bark for bedding
Back of the house, dog run and breeze way
Fence - good for dog and not too ugly
fence for dog - thinner wires so can't get stuck
a perimeter sweep and check for places you might need to repair. If you have dogs, pay special attention to areas where they like to dig.
3. Provide readily available shade and shelter. This is another essential, as dogs can get sunburn and suffer from heatstroke. A large tree or trees will provide
3. Set Up BarriersIt would be nice if dogs realized which plants are delicate and which areas are off limits. But that's not going to happen. Instead, you’ll need to create physical reminders that will make it unpleasant, but not dangerous, for dogs to reach certain spots. You can do this with
“connecting buildings with breezeways or arbors” — shwagomatic
Cardea Building Co.
5 Reviews
Cottage house
Color combos, wood stain, raised beds!
Love the garden beds.
raised beds along perimeter.
window frames steps riased bed
raised beds along fence?
raised beds maybe too many
Raised beds...keep dogs out...flower beds...Veggie beds...raised garden beds...planting beds
“love” — lisabeth36
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
The Gatehouse
The roofing is dog-eared slate shingles salvaged from an 1810 Pennsylvanian Barn. Photos by Susan Gilmore
The roofing is reclaimed dog-eared slate. Good luck!
The roofing is dog-eared slate shingles salvaged from an 1810 Pennsylvanian barn. Thank you.
garden area/bed in front of L-shaped house
items when they tear down a building, such as the old slate shingles ... the builder found these at the wood dealer's yard." The roof, with its rare dog ear-shaped shingles, came from an 1810 Pennsylvania barn.
“Stone and window color” — christafranzone
josh wynne construction
5 Reviews
Josh Wynne Construction
the outdoor staircase - especially to let the dogs out. :)
The garden beds and the way in which the plants are contained.
Nice structure for veggie beds and idea for garden under front stairs
Flower bed...Raised beds...Garden beds...raised veggie beds...raised vegie beds...raised beds
“Door under stairs” — eucheevalleyoutfitters
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
San Antonio, TX: Chris Berry & Paige Blend
neighborhood in San Antonio," and credits the wide streets, varied architecture and large trees with attracting him to this part of town. "Taking the dogs on a walk is not a chore when you have great houses to look at and big, old trees shading the street," Blend says. Most of the homes in the neighborhood
“Flowers in low bed” — dduarte
Menter Architects LLC
rustic retreat
dog-trot connecting larger building to separate sleeping "room"
Patio door with windows on both side for master bed
ideal dog trot look transition
dog trot connection
“addition style” — James Dowdall
Shannon Malone
Little more structure at front entrance, small lawn either side path, perhaps curved pathway to door and gate to left with fence for dogs
house and flower beds
front lawn lines,beds
Grass and beds...flower bed
“Could grow foliage for privacy screen” — cfcarvajal
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