Pet Doors Can Be Hidden From View

Did you know pet doors do not have to be installed on a door?

Many people choose to not get a pet door because they believe it must be placed where the human doors are located. But the PetSafe Wall Entry door is designed to be installed anywhere along your home you’d like.

Maybe you want it hidden from site both inside and out? Or you have invested a lot in your entryways and do not want to cut a hole it them for a dog or cat door. This is the ideal solution. And there are options for any size pet.

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Pet Doors For Extreme Weather

Pet doors for extreme weather are for when you want to let your pet out but not let the cold in. Also ideal for extreme heat when you do not want to let out your home’s cool air.

A door like this has three flaps that work to separate your home from the outside while still giving your dog the ability to leave when she needs to. The energy efficiency is more than 3 times higher than standard dog doors.

It is easy to install and fits most standard doors. With an additional snap on weather guard you are able to add a layer of protection for weather such as storms and blizzards. So no matter how hot or how cold it gets where you live the PetSafe Extreme Weather Pet Door will keep the weather out of your house.

Advanced Pet Doors

Pet doors have come along way over the years. No more do you have to worry about unwelcome critters finding their way into your house. Thanks to advanced technology you can now give your pet what is equivalent to a key to your house.

The SmartDoor Electronic Pet Door allows your pet to come and go at will but keeps out any unwanted visitors. It does this by using a radio frequency that is unique to your pet’s collar to trigger an electronic lock that opens the flap on the door and lets your pet enter. And then when your pet is out of range the flap secures itself by locking back in place. And yes this works on more than one pet as you can have up to 5 SmartKeys in use at a time.

Here are the basic features:

Flap Opening Sizes:

Small: 6-5/8″ x 7-15/16″

Large: 13-1/16″ x 15-3/4″

3 programmable modes: Automatic, Locked and Unlocked

One programmed SmartKey and battery included

Easily program up to 5 SmartKeys with a touch of a button

Energy efficient, insulated flap with UV sun protection

Uses 4 D-cell batteries, not included

Low battery indicator

Fits door thickness 1 1/2″ to 2″

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Should You Get A Dog Door And An Electric Dog Fence

Dogs are happiest whenever they have the freedom to go indoors and outdoors as they please, however it can be dangerous to give your pet unfettered access to the outdoors. Your pet can escape, become lost, be hit by a car, or suffer injury. Read on to find out about the advantages of having a pet door and underground dog fence installed in your home.

Pet Doors

Letting your pet in and out of the house can be a never-ending chore. A pet door enables your animal to enter and exit the house without any help from you. A pet door is especially ideal if you cannot be home to take your animal out as often as he needs to go. Pet doors can be installed in any kind of door, from glass to wood.

Before you buy a door, make sure it is the right size for your animal. Most pet doors list the sizes and weights of animals that can fit through each size of door. Pay more attention to the width of the door than the height. A dog can crouch down to get through a door that is too short, but a door that is too narrow will not work. If you get a pet door when your dog is a puppy, be sure and get a door large enough for the largest size your puppy will be.

It is best to install the dog door in a door leading into a room where your animal can’t cause too much damage when left unattended.

Underground Fence

Fencing is the best way to keep your animal safe while still allowing him to exercise freely outdoors. Of all of fencing options available, invisible fencing is generally the least expensive. This type of fence consists of a buried wire around the yard’s perimeter and an electronic collar worn by the dog. When the dog approaches the wire, there is a warning beep or tingling that alerts the dog that he is getting too close to the fence. If he ignores the warning, he receives an electric zap.

Invisible fencing is the perfect option for dog owners who do not like the look of barrier fencing or live in an where barrier fencing isn’t allowed. Another benefit of an underground fence is that you can easily form a boundary around almost any part of your yard, such as your garden or swimming pool.

When you have finished installing the invisible fence, you should take a day or two to teach your dog that there will be a consequence when he crosses the boundary before turning him loose in the yard. The installation kit will include information on how to do this.

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