Dog Crate Table – Dog crate tables can be any size to suit any dog. Plans for your final table may vary depending on the size of the dog and the final table you want to build, but the materials and techniques should be the same. A dog crate table should be sized the dog to be neither too big nor too small. Ideally, the drawer should be large enough so that the dog is able to convert a full circle comfortably into the crate but larger than the dog no more than 12 inches in height, width or depth. Thus, if the dog was 25 inches long, the ideal crate would be 37 inches long.
Use the boards 6 inches wide on the sides of the table, leaving a large space of four inches or more between two of them towards the top of the box to allow air to flow through and for the dog to see out. This is where you any screen in the area or installs the small ribbon boards to create bars to keep your dog inside the dog crate table. After placing the top of the board, you can stain or paint the entire picture, but be aware of what you use to decorate it with some paints, such as metallic paints, they can be poisonous and dogs may be known to chew.