The transformation began with Kimberly and her husband sketching out their plan on the blank wall under the stairs, then cutting out a little door.They then needed to add electric through the walls so Jersey could have her own light switch, a thermostat, and a camera so Kimberly and her husband could check on the pup throughout the day.
Once the major works were done, it was time for decorating; with Kimberly painting the doorframe, sticking a mailbox on front, and adding in toys, a dog bed, and bowls.
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The couple even had a custom artwork made to look just like Jersey.
‘Thankfully we completed without my husband sleeping in the dog house.’
Thankfully, Jersey absolutely loves her new home.
‘It gave her somewhere to feel safe and comfortable, and she loves the toys on the wall which I change regularly,’ Kimberly explains.
‘We leave the door open unless we are gone, and she just goes in and out of her room as she wishes.
‘I wanted her to have a room just as we all do in our house, she’s part of our family, even the kids love to play inside it with her.’
Anyone else feeling a tad jealous of a dog?