Concrete Pet Houses That Double as Planters

February 24, 2012 by

Gotta say, I just love these lightweight concrete dog and cat houses that double as planters from French company, Loft Dog. Even if you don’t have one, almost makes you want to get a pet just to have one these.

Made of micro-concrete, with two coats of an ornamental coating for a polished effect. Weigin in at 5 kg or about 11 lbs, the critter homes are offered in a few styles…


Great for outdoors…

Or indoors…

I’d love the Cocoon, above, in the garden as they look a bit like rocks.

Loft Dog offers 5 bed design models, like this one above.

Designing in collaboration with a company that specializes in concrete technology, all the houses and beds are available in a range of colors, though I must say I still really like the natural cement color.

For the real cosmopolitan dog, the New York style skyscraper-inspired bed.

I might add a soft blankie inside to cushion the pet, but they are stylish, oh so stylish.


  1. Restaurant Brugge said:

    nice post thanks

    — February 27, 2012 @ 03:47

  2. business economy world said:

    really awesome post thanks 4 sharing this post with us

    — February 27, 2012 @ 03:48

  3. Rum Robinson said:

    What an amazing idea – I would love to buy one for these for my dog.

    — February 27, 2012 @ 08:07

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  5. Hana said:

    Hi, I am Hana from malaysia, I would like two purchase two dog house planters, may i know the price? My dogs weigh 9 and 12 kg. Wish you all the best, thank you.

    — July 4, 2023 @ 19:14

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