Uhhh...are you allergic to dogs?http://www.gandermountain.com/modpe...Start_Technology&str=tent+heater&merchID=4005
Claims it's great for tents. Are fumes not an issue?
I would but I would only run it for a short time with a vent on the top of the tent open.. or a window.. then turn it off and close it off but I wouldnt recomend it for inside..I wouldn't use it inside any enclosed area.
These heaters put off plenty of Carbon Monoxide, and I wouldn't want to take the chance.
I don't own one.
I ditched the tent heater idea and got a cabin instead. I wasn't getting the tent heater for the cabin. The cabin had electric and an oil based radiator heater kept us plenty warm.For starters, if you are going to a cabin and the temps are dipping to 32 that little heater will not do the job. You are going to have sick kid.