Home & Garden This Man Built His Dog the Coziest Bedroom Under the Stairs

23:11  24 august  2017
23:11  24 august  2017 Source:   Country Living

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This Man Built His Dog the Coziest Bedroom Under the Stairs . Hennessy is one lucky dog ! Most Popular. By Katina Beniaris. Aug 23, 2017. Forget about a dog house because this pup has his own personal room —fit for a king!

My brother built his dog a separate room in his house ! pic.twitter.com/ayjaEGBzf8. And don't worry about the safety of Hennessy's cozy little space under the stairs -it's all up to code, since the Maceos took all the right precautions.

This Man Built His Dog the Coziest Bedroom Under the Stairs© Twitter This Man Built His Dog the Coziest Bedroom Under the Stairs Forget about a dog house because this pup has his own personal room-fit for a king!

David and María Maceo from Tampa, Florida, recently treated their six-year-old French bulldog, Hennessy, to the ultimate pet bedroom, according to The Huffington Post. Hennessy's new nook is located underneath the staircase of the couple's three-bedroom townhouse. David's brother, Al, loved it so much that he tweeted some pictures of the customized space, and they quickly went viral with over 124,000 retweets and 349,000 likes. In the tweet Al wrote, "My brother built his dog a separate room in his house!"

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This man built an entire bedroom under the stairs for his dog . Lisa Bowman for Metro.co.ukMonday 21 Aug 2017 9:19 am. Share this article with Facebook Share this article with Twitter Share this article with Google Plus Share this article with Whatsapp Share this article through email Share this article

As it turns out, a nook beneath the stairs just so happened to be the perfect fit for the pup's new dog cave. The room has all the amenities you'd expect to find in a cozy dog -sized abode - from an elegant mini bed to something to eat and drink, a toy on the floor and chest of drawers to store more in.

Jiji enjoying some downtime on the new mattress.: <p>It's official: I'm one of The Review

When Casper sent one of its newly released dog beds for my own pup to test, the first thing my boyfriend asked was: "Can they send a human mattress for us next?" It wasn't hard to see why he was jealous . . . the minimalist design and comfortable foam construction of the bed we unpacked was pleasing to the eye and instantly comfortable to the touch. Perhaps that's why celebrities like Kylie Jenner are loyal customers of Casper's mattress-to-door business model.

The new bed was intended for Pickle, my 3-year-old rescue Chihuahua, because it was designed around canine behavior to create an ideal sleep environment for dogs . . . but it became popular with another member of my household, too. Jiji, the ragdoll-mix cat that we recently adopted, found every opportunity to nap on the bed. She and Pickle began taking turns enjoying their fancy new sleeping surface, each stealing naps on the Casper bed when the other was busy with their own daily activities.

Why It's Worth It

While the $125-$225 price point of Casper's dog bed model is certainly steeper than many would consider for their pet's sleeping situation, I'm a convert. Trust me on this: since receiving the bed, there have been serious changes in my animal family members' sleep patterns. If $125 means fewer 4 a.m. get-in-my-face-and-meow sessions or crazed midnight sprints around the living room, it's a price I'm willing to pay! Even though Pickle and Jiji are the ones sleeping on a heavenly foam mattress, it's affected my own slumber for the better.

Design-lovers will adore the mattress for an entirely different reason; available in gray, blue, and sand-beige options, the sleek design of the mattress is much more elevated than the sort of beds you typically find in pet stores. So whether you are looking for a prettier alternative to tacky pet products or want to improve your nightly routine, this is the pick for you - and Jiji would remind you to pick up one for your cat, also.

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"It was something I knew Hennessy was going to appreciate," David told The Huffington Post. "I like to take on projects and after researching on Google, I knew I could make this one happen."

While the dog's room comes complete with a comfy bed and superb lighting, our favorite feature has to be the framed photos of the dog's humans and his late doggy brother, Patron, who sadly passed away a year and a half ago.

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This man built an entire bedroom under the stairs for his dog . Lisa Bowman for Metro.co.ukMonday 21 Aug 2017 9:19 am. Share this article with Facebook Share this article with Twitter Share this article with Google Plus Share this article with Whatsapp Share this article through email Share this article

A fluffy bed , premium dog food and twice-daily walks don’t mean sh*t if you haven’t built your pooch its very own canine-sized bedroom in your home. Isn’t that right, Al from California? Yes, Al’s brother went to great lengths to build his furry bezzie its very own room under the stairs , and his bro was

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