Colorado or Denver customers

13 06 2010

For customers in Colorado mostly in the Denver area.

I have 3 very good options for you to choose from:

Option 1: Plans for sale for $20.00. Buy my plans and then you buy the materials and build it yourself. You measure out all of the pieces. Simple for you to put together.

Option 2: I purchase all of your materials for you. I cut the wood and put it all together along with screws, nuts and bolts as a kit. All pieces will be numbered and identified for you to build. This option includes plans. Total $200.00 includes my time.

Option 3: I get all of the materials and build it for you. Options for delivery or pickup must be discussed. Total $270.00 includes my time.

If you have questions, please contact me. Below are pictures of the “kit” I put together for a recent customer:

Savannah Cabannah Kit 01
Savannah Cabannah Kit 02
Savannah Cabannah Kit 03
Savannah Cabannah Kit 04
Savannah Cabannah Kit 05


Summer time project? Build a modern doghouse. FREE Shipping!!

19 04 2010

With summer right around the corner, that list of to dos can be fun. Build a great doghouse!!

I have made this project very easy for you. All pieces are measured for you with accurate dimensions. It’s an afternoon project!!

You could even build this from scrap wood in your garage or in your neighbors garage. I did!

Very simple to purchase, just visit my online shop on

Remember, I have 4 sizes to choose from:

Small: 3′-0″ x 2′-0″
Medium: 4′-0″ x 2′-0″
Large: 5′-0″ x 3′-0″
Extra Large: 5′-0″ x 4′-0″

Have a great summer!

Andrew Wright

New Sizes Available:: S, M, L & XL.

24 03 2009
Your breed fits to the correct dog house size.

Your breed fits to the correct dog house size.


How to Size a Dog House

One of the most important attributes of a dog house is that it be the appropriate size for your pet. I have had requests for different sizes of my “Savannah Cabannah,” so you asked and you shall receive.

I now have 3 additional sizes to accomodate any breed and size of dog. My original design is the L” = Large, being 5′-0″ x 3′-0″. This size is pretty large. This accomodates the needs and uses of larger breed dogs, but not the right size for all dogs. So, I designed the same doghouse, for 3 more sizes: S=Small, M=Medium and XL=Extra Large. I have a list of all registered dog breeds according to size, with the appropriate size of dog house required per the dogs size.

Small: 3′-0″ x 2′-0″
Medium: 4′-0″ x 2′-6″
Large: 5′-0″ x 3′-0″
Extra Large: 5′-0″ x 4′-0″

The design equation I used is recommended by the Colorado Humane Society. While there are many design equations out there, I went to my local source, being here in Denver and used the following:

Depth = dog’s length + 12″
Width = dog’s length + 18″
Height = dog’s height + 3″ (low side), height + 9″ (high side)

Size of Sleeping Area Floor Space – With each inch of your dog’s height (measured from top of shoulder to ground) allow 36 square inches of floor space. For example, a dog 12 inches tall needs 432 square inches of floor space, or a floor area of 16″ by 27″ = 432 square inches.

Height of Sleeping Area – Add 1 or 2 inches to your dog’s measurement when in a sitting position (from top of head to ground), in order to determine the ceiling height. For example, a dog 12 inches tall will have a sitting height of about 14 inches and the doghouse ceiling should be 15 or 16 inches high.

Overall Doghouse Dimensions – For example, a Dalmatian (20″ tall, sitting height 23″) doghouse should measure: sleeping area – 20″ x 36″; hall area – 12″ x 20″; ceiling height – 25″; doorways – 10″ square; roof – 36″ x 72″.

With that, please print off the following chart for you to decide what “Savannah Cabannah” is right for your dog.