The native structure of Mongolia that has historically been built to withstand long winters, yurts are a reliable piece of craftsmanship. A yurt has a low, wide, cylindrical base that is constructed with expandable sections of wooden latticework that provide the solid frame. The roof is a conical shaping of poles connected from the exterior skeleton to a central wheel that is supported by rigid floor posts. The exterior fabric is wrapped tightly around the wooden framework and is several layers thick, providing necessary insulation. Yurts are pet-friendly, and can easily withstand extremely low temperatures and high winds, making them the ideal year-round, pet-friendly accommodation.