When we lived in Michigan, we had a wooden dog house, you can use heat tape, the kind used for pipes to keep them from freezing, and staple it around the sides of the dog house it'll heat your dog house, and will turn on and off, depending on the temps your is set to, ours turned on and off at 50*, we now live in Florida and it's not sold here, my dogs only go out during the day and any time the temps drop below 60* they die from the cold. LOL and we have a doggy door into our garage, and we have a dog house in there, but they're spoiled and get cold too easily and I don't want to worry about them while I'm not home, so I lined the walls of the dog house with Christmas lights and now they stay toasty in the winter.
Some put light bulbs in the dog houses for a little added warmth
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1. Carpeting the doghouse is one way to keep pooches off a cold concrete floor. Be sure to nail down or otherwise to avoid seeing it dragged out into the snow. Some dog owners class up the joint with a heat lamp or even a regular light, which provides some warmth in a small space. If you do this, make sure the dog can’t get burned or chew through any electric wires.
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are similar in some respects to heated kennel mats with the main difference being that they are designed for indoor use only. They provide radiant heating from a heating strip buried inside the padded bed that keeps the surface of the bed about 12° to 15° above the ambient air temperature. The outer covers are usually removable and washable. If you have a drafty house or perhaps an older dog with poor circulation, a heated dog bed is a low cost way to keep your dog warm and snug. Energy consumption is minimal - about the same as that for a 10-watt light bulb.The ball lenses are all Kopp No. 77 Marbelite issue lenses with the short lightning bolt and outlined "M" logo. The green arrow is a Kopp TL-1710. The yellow lens is a later model General Signals plastic lens, suggesting that the light may have originally been an older style 4-section protected left turn signal that was modified to a dog house configuration and the yellow arrow lens added some time later.