DIY enthusiasts impressed with ‘awesome’ dog house woman built for her pooch
A woman has been praised after building an amazing house for her rescue dog, who was previously abused.
Lyn Parsey took to Facebook group DIY On A Budget UK – which has 378,100 members – to show off the epic space, and fellow social media users were certainly impressed.
The cute house sits under her stairs and features a wooden door and even a window.
Lyn also shared a picture of her staircase and captioned the post: "Dog house nearly finished, wallpaper done, not everyone's taste but l love it.
"Will add l don't shut my dog in, l have a rescue dog from abroad who is damaged from the abuse she has suffered l had it made for her to feel safe (sic)."
People were quick to comment on the post, with one person writing: Think its amazing. I'm sure your pooch will absolutely love it xx Merry Xmas Ps I love love the wallpaper."
Another added: "That looks awesome and a lovely safe place for your dog. My dog loved it under the stairs and was always her go to place.
"It's nicer looking than a crate. Are you going to paint the wood or leave as is?"
Caged dog looks so much happier after he's taken in by a foster carer
Another person asked how much she had spent building the house, to which Lyn replied: "It would depend if you know someone who could build it for you. If you do materials about £100."
A fourth person wrote: "Fabulous idea," while another added: "Love this but my large dog would squeeze her way out that window lol xx."
The DIY display comes after another dog owner admitted she has spent more than £7,000 on presents for her pooch, including a dog sleigh.
Alisa Thorne, from Wales, enjoys spoiling her Chinese Crested Powder Puff named Fabio – but not just in December.
Earlier this year, the 52-year-old spent a week turning her garden summer house into a Winter Wonderland for her six-month-old puppy – which even includes a dog-sized sleigh.
She has also splashed the cash on gifts, too, including a £600 on a custom-made Swarovski crystal bowtie and even a £130 on a Cavalli onesie to add to his 800-piece strong wardrobe.
Speaking about her beloved dog, Alisa said: "Fabio is my little baby and I love him to pieces. He’s so adorable and I just want to spoil him with nice things.
"I can’t wait to celebrate our first Christmas together. I had so much fun decorating the grotto and I have lots of festive costumes to dress him up.
"I don’t have much family so having a nice Christmas together means a lot to me. I can’t wait to help him open his presents."
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