SureFlap Microchip Pet Door
The largest microchip pet door available, this pet door has a generous 7”x7” flap size to fit even large cats and small dogs. Control who enters your home, and prevent other critters from coming inside including those smart raccoons. This pet door also has a timer functionality so you can keep your pets indoors at certain times of the day, like bedtime! The SureFlap Pet Door works with all identification microchips worldwide and SureFlap RFID collar tags. It will work with any microchip, but for peace of mind, you can email us with your chip number or chat us or call us, and we can verify the chip’s compatibility for you.Using a microchip as the access key is perfect for pets that lose collars or simply refuse to wear them.Having a larger flap than typical microchip doors allows for use by even the biggest cats and small dogs.
- The pet door scans your pet’s embedded microchip used for identification to unlock only when they are present. If your pet is not yet microchipped, you can use the included collar key until you make the trip to the vet!
- Simple controls allow you to take advantage of standard 4-way locking settings: locked, unlocked, in-only and out-only.
- Flap is clear, rigid plastic that is surrounded with fuzzy weather stripping to prevent drafts.
- Installs in doors 0-2 ¾” thick. For metal skin doors, security doors, metal garage doors, and UPVC coated metal doors we recommend purchasing this mounting adapter to prevent interference.
It’s small enough so the bigger pets know not go near it. The concept is great and keeps out all other unwanted animals! There’s a lot of different controls which takes a little time learning but we like it because it can be adjusted to our lifestyle
JOHN panday, Client
How Do You Install This Pet Door?
Decide where on the door you’d like the opening to be and attach the template to the door in that location. It needs to be low enough to the ground that the animal can get through it, so shorter than the pet’s legs. For the most part, pet doors will be low and to the side opposite the door handle, though it depends largely on what’s on the other side of the door and how you want the pet door to look.Use masking tape to attach the template to the door in the desired location, using your level to make sure the door is oriented straight and flush with the rest of the door. Use your pencil or marker to trace around the template to create the shape that you’ll cut out to make room for the door. Remove the template and discard it.