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How to Build a Dog Run With Attached Doghouse (page 4 of 8)

Have a rambunctious pup, but you don't have a fenced-in yard? Then a doghouse with an all-in-one outdoor run may be a good option for your furry loved one.

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Assemble the Back

Use the cutting diagram as a guide for the parts in this section of the instructions (Image 1).

Position the Side Posts flush with the bottom end of the Back Panel Assembly (making sure the face of the assembly without pocket holes is down and flush with the edge of the Side Posts), and attach using 2-1/2-inch pocket-hole screws. Make sure you drive screws through all the pocket holes on the rails and stiles (Image 2).

Place the assembly with the pocket holes facing up. Using a helper, position the bottom end of one of the Side Panel Assemblies without wire fencing flush with the bottom and outside edge of a Side Post attached to the Back Panel Assembly, and attach using 2-1/2-inch pocket hole screws (Image 3).

Stand the assembly up, position the other Side Panel Assembly without wire fencing flush with the bottom end and outside edge of the Side Post, and attach using 2-1/2-inch pocket-hole screws (Images 4 and 5).

Begin Attaching the Sides

Use the cutting diagrams as a guide for the parts in this section of the instructions (Images 1 and 2).

Position two Side Posts, then attach using 2-1/2-inch pocket-hole screws (Images 3 and 4).

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