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Someone was throwing away this child's playhouse, so I confiscated it and turned it into a cute little dog house. I used an old platform that usually goes underneath air conditioners for the front porch. I painted it to look like flagstone. I salvaged the cement fire hydrant, and with a little work it looks good again. I made the cedar barrel out of old fence wood that I got for free. A very nice look for very little money. The dogs are happy, that's all that counts anyway.

Complete with fire hydrant, this simple backyard is paradise for any pooch. Down to Earth Landscaping in Bellevue, Washington, designed this canine-friendly creation, making-over an existing yard. Mucky mud was replaced with gravel for better drainage, while dog friendly cedar chips brighten the area and make for an easy potty area.

0 Corner North St, Pollock Pines, CA 95726 — Flat lot in the HEART OF EL DORADO COUNTY! Location is central to outdoor exploration. Jenkinson Lake for year round recreation, raft the American River, hike & bike scenic roads in the Sierra Foothills, visit wineries, orchards, Christmas Tree farms, & enjoy famed Apple Hill for everything APPLE! Buildable corner lot in Sunny Slope Subdivision, cedar trees, fire hydrant on corner, close to services & Hwy. 50. 1 hour to SLTahoe, & Sac…

5005 Rollingwood Dr, Somerset, CA 95684 — Beautiful Cedar home with Gorgeous Hickory cabinetry, European hinges, imperfect smooth & bull nose walls. Fab color palate, arched doorways, vaulted ceiling; two walk-ins and jetted tub in master. A perfect vacation home in the tranquil forest WITH CITY COMFORTS: High speed internet, County maintained paved roads, public water, fire hydrants, & garbage service. No HOA fees! Like new condition! Walk to National forest lands from home. 20 minute…