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Bow Wow Dog Houses Announces Update to Signature Series’ Palos Verdes Home

The model now has option to be constructed with dura temp siding materials for a variety of paint options.




(PRESS RELEASE) Los Angeles-based Bow Wow Dog Houses has announced that it has updated its Palos Verdes dog house, which is part of the company’s Signature Series of dog homes. The Palos Verdes house was originally designed using natural cedar inserts for the siding, but now can be constructed with Dura Temp siding materials that allow for a variety of paint options.

Styled in glassy midcentury modern, this home features a corner window for natural light and adds to the open feel of the floor plan. The Palos Verdes also features a side swinging door for ease of cleaning and added ventilation, and a swing open vent above the door. The spacious style of home measures 37 by 67 inches, with 41 inches in height in the interior. Flooring options for the house includes, linoleum, hardwood and standard exterior grade plywood that is painted or stained to the desired effect.

Bow Wow Dog Houses welcomes customers to use the design options for the home that best suits their particular region and that will ensure their pet has maximum comfort.

“The Palos Verdes style doghouse is popular with our customers, mainly because of all of the natural light it allows into the house,” said Larry Hobbs, president and CEO of Bow Wow Dog Houses. “Dogs love to lie in the sun, but sometimes they want to be in their cave, too. This style provides the best of both worlds to make for a very happy dog.”

Bow Wow Dog Houses is a product line of parent company Brent-Wood Products, a family-owned and operated company with three generations of woodworking and design experience established in 1963.




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