In the beginning, dogs were loyal to the Egyptians and were high esteem pets, as well as hunting animals. They were used for messengers too. The Egyptians kept their dogs in mud-brick kennels and were known to have protect the Egyptians. Dog houses date back to the early times all around the globe, back when Romans, Chinese, and Greece had the dogs they slept under the owner's roof. Although, for every dog that has a home there is one that doesn’t and that’s when actual dog houses came to be. The first dog houses that came to be were made out of any material the owner could find. Eventually, the dog houses became mass productions in factories made from plastic, wood, or some type of hard material. These dog houses were not very protective and didn’t have a very good shelter for the animals. Last but not Least, dog houses aren’t just about the animals, it’s also about the owners, it has to be able to work for both of them.
In the future we would like for everyone who has an outside dog to have our house. Our house would be different though, it would have a scanner to scan the dog and tell how thick the dog’s coat is so the dog won’t get too hot in the dog house. On the other hand in the summer it would cool the dog down but it will check the temperature of the doghouse every ten minutes. We also would like it to have a water warmer and cooler to keep the water at a compatible temperature.