Searching through the Web looking for a free dog house blueprint I came across a very interesting web page. The page was created by a person who explained how he had tried to find help with a free dog house blueprint. However he had not been able to find one. He had tried pet retail stores, hardware stores, department stores but all to no avail. So he began going through the online sites dealing with dogs and dog houses to try and find blueprints for building dog houses. Again he had no luck whatsoever. Finally some local construction companies had held a dog house building competition which was open to the public. By looking over these different models he had been able to come up with a rough blue print.
Then he drew up his own blueprint, purchased the material and went to work. The pictures he posted of his first attempt at building a dog house
showed that he had many difficulties. His subsequent constructions were much better.
One thing he mentioned it that he isn't a registered architect or a vet or dog care specialist. I guess he put the disclaimer to avoid any legal repercussions. What I found more note worthy was his explanation of the fact that before anyone attempts to build a dog house
it is essential to check with the local authorities. There may be local laws regarding simple construction or restrictions on who can do the construction. Not only might you need a building license but you might also have to have your dog house
blueprint approved by a licensed architect. I found this to be good advice.