My estimate would be between 50 and 75lbs. Anything larger and I would recommend the Extra Large unit.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
- Indianapolis, IN
I wish manufacturers would stop selling items by a dog's weight as though it is an indicator of size! For example, a 75-lb Greyhound is a lot taller and longer than a 75-lb American Pitbull Terrier. They do not fit into the same spaces, harnesses, or dog jackets. My Irish Wolfhound mix was the same size (maybe slightly taller) than a purebred IW, but weighed up to 75 lbs more due to extra muscle and a larger frame. It is always best to go by dimensions, if possible, and then look at weight recommendations if they are truly applicable.
I bought the large for my 70 lb dog and she has plenty of room to move around inside.
The x-large dog house I have a 120 lb Great Pyrenees using it and he has enough room to go in and turn around without a problem.
I would recommend the door also as we just got a bunch of rain (9 inches in two days) and the dog pad was soaked. No matter which way I put the house so the rain wouldn't blow in...it still did.
Hope this helps.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
- Mabank, TX