Nightstand Dog House
This nightstand with a built-in dog house looks swell until you see it with the dog closed inside. Then it looks like a solitary confinement chamber used for enemy spies. And even if your dog chews and pees on things in such a way that merits solitary confinement in a dark and forlorn space right next to your gigantic, cushy bed, I can't get behind the concept. I've always had a soft spot for dogs*, even the ones who are assholes. They're loyal and dopey and, unlike children, never complain about what you feed them and can be left alone in the car for long periods of time.
So if I got a nightstand dog house...and a dog...I would always leave the door open and never force him to go inside if he didn't want to. And if the space remained vacant for several days with no sign of his taking interest, I would just convert its usage from dog house to porn organizer. Even the Medium-sized nightstand runs 26-1/2" high x 25" wide x 29-1/2" deep. I could jam at least 50 magazines and a couple dozen DVDs in there.
Nightstand dog houses also come in Large and X-Large sizes, measuring 31-1/2" high x 25" wide x 35-1/2" long respectively. Two colors are available in each, Espresso or Mahogany.
*Except pugs. I think I have been clear over the past couple of years that I hold pugs in very low esteem. And really, they are more rat-like vermin than dog, so technically I can still say I like all dogs and not be called a liar when I have to dropkick some tubby middle-aged lady's pug for eating the hunk of mayo-laden bacon that dropped out of my sandwich on the bench outside of Subway, and then hacking it back up on my shoe.