These pet-friendly tipis are structures that can be traced back to the migratory Native Americans. They have an ingeniously simple design comprised of only a few raw materials. Wooden poles erected in a triangular shape and tied together at the top form the solid skeleton of the structure, and a central fire heats the structure in winters. A durable fabric—historically animal skins but now typically heavy cotton or weather-resistant canvas—is tightly wrapped around the poles, leaving only a hole at the top for the smoke from the fire to be released, a small door, and sometimes a window or two. Today, these conical constructions are a warm, spacious, and popular alternative to a modern tent, and best of all, they are pet friendly.