Pet How To & DIY
Improve the value of your home by discovering our pet step-by-step tips & ideas.
Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva helps a homeowner install a storm door with her active dog in mind
Hooks for leashes, a dressed-up bag dispenser, and a toy shelf keep dog-walking supplies close at hand
A mutt-sized Murphy bed hides your dog's crash pad inside a fetching built-in cabinet
This simple DIY project is a dream come true for pooches who have a hard time jumping into bed at night
Build your dog or cat a stylish home using a half sheet of plywood. Download these plans and watch the video for instructions on how to build it.
Give your pet the freedom to come and go whenever it wishes by installing this energy-efficient kit.
Planning a remodel? Don't forget about Rover. Today's special built-in features and custom designs go way beyond the doggie door
Prevent ice on your driveways, sidewalks, and steps by pretreating. It’s better for your pets’ paws, too!
To safeguard your flock, make sure their permanent shelter is up to snuff
This functional dog crate keeps Fido at bay—and makes a great end table too
Give your furry friends a little extra attention with these easy-to-build DIY pet projects
A solid-wood DIY gate is a practical upgrade for the well-trained dog—and your home's decor
A bungalow in miniature, complete with wood-shingle siding and a cedar-shake roof for a lucky dog named Gumpy From the popular magazine feature, ''A Doghouse Like Your House''
Build a homemade cat tower out of wood and PVC pipe and keep your feline friend entertained all day.
Build this easy-to-assemble agility course for your dog, and watch him get happier, healthier—and smarter
Yep, you read that correctly. Make these changes at your entry to stop dirt from ever entering your home in the first place
No matter how small the animal, some people think very big when creating a home for their pets
Need a place for your cat to nap? You can make an easy DIY cat bed using some plywood, a basket, and some creativity. Watch as DIY Expert & House One Editor Jenn Largesse shows you how.
Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva teaches a young Generation NEXT woodworker how to build a dog bowls stand using primarily power tools.
You love your dog, but sometimes it shouldn’t have the run of the house. Fortunately, there are gate options that are as handsome as they are sturdy; many can be left in place all the time without creating an eyesore or obstacle
Prep your dog for noisy fireworks on Independence Day
Dogscaping 101. Here's everything you need to know before you get started planning your yard
A smartly designed outdoor bed is a great place for your pooch to beat the heat.