This is the one I started building today. If you study the pictures and read through the thread you can get enough of the info to make it work. The doors and boxes are kind of up to you. I had the pictures outside towards the end trying to see exactly how he did the boxes and center supports. Ended up coming up with my own way because it was not in the picture. If you really are not good at woodworking (mrmeagal), I would suggest going with a metal roof but do away with the slant. Then you have no angles to try to duplicated from one side to the other and many of your pieces have the same measurement. Example: you can cut all your supports at once since they are all the same length. Just do a run of 36" all the way to the box, then do a simple box on the back. Measure twice cut once :up:Im gonna try to build one similar to this one sometime this summer.
Its not an actual plan but it has some pictures and if you read the threads he gives some dimensions that he used.
I believe one of the keys to an above ground kennel is to have it in the shade. Usually the tin roof is so close to the dogs you will fry them in the heat of the day if they are not in the shade