The first home to ever be designed for the needs and comforts of the pet-owning family.

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Our Goals for the Project

Our goal for this project is to raise awareness and funding for a few special organizations. These include the Kidney Foundation, Behind the Smile, Autism Assistance Dog Guides and a local pet rescue.

 

Funds will be raised by selling the house at the end of the project. As many of the supplies/trades have been donated or discounted, we believe we can raise a minimum  of  50K… more

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A Home for the Whole Family

And by WHOLE family— we mean mom, dad, the kids, grandparents AND the pet-children, alike. A home that is tough enough for the kids and resilient enough for the pets to tussle around without worry. Not to mention easy to clean, economically friendly and perfectly designed with both immense style and comfort in mind. In other words, a house any family would be proud to call HOME! … more

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Why Build It?

It has been said that a house is not a home without a pet.  It seems that a growing number of people take the popular saying to heart.  Statistics prove that pet ownership is at an all-time high and the numbers just keep increasing as does the love for our four legged canines and felines.

In the United States alone, it is estimated that 68% of the homes contain at least one pet… more

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Location – High River AB

The Pet Friendly House will be built in the town of High River AB. Canada; a 30 minute drive south of Calgary. With population of 13,000 this quaint little down is very pet friendly, has nice sized lots and lots of green areas to walk the dog… more

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Feature & Attractions

The Pet Friendly House is all about creating a “feature rich” house for pets while making it fun for pet lovers . We are adding a “room for the dog” filled with pet products from 11 countries, a 270 gallery aquarium, doggie shower and much more.

The home will also contain ‘pet art’, chefs will come and cook for the dog… more

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Graphics

Check out the following 2 and 3D graphics of the Dog’s Room – More