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This unit focuses specifically on superior insulation, promising great energy efficiency. Even if you don’t live in a particularly extreme climate, the Ideal Pet door is a high-quality, reliable product that is built to last.This door comes in several sized to accommodate differently-sized pets.


They come in many different types of dog doors such as regular dog doors, weatherproof dog doors, heavy duty dog doors, high security locking dog doors, electronic/automatic dog doors and more!  Some dog doors don’t require you to cut or modify your existing sliding door or window – they can be removed quickly if required.There are cheap and affordable basic dog doors available for those looking for something simple and value for money


Automatic and electronic dog doors won’t always work reliably or accurately – they all have their own design flaws.A skilled intruder can probably find a way to get through the most burglar proof dog doors


your dog or cat can go in and out whenever it wants. You get piece of mind and your pet gets more exercise to burn off excess energy, and can relieve itself whenever needed, which means a happier, healthier pet. With our motorized pet door, you will also say goodbye to waking up in the middle of the night to your pet’s whining and begging to go out!

Structural foam frame is strong, secure and rugged to ensure this door will withstand years of use
  Dual-panel design traps 3 inches of air to help insulate your home and reduce your energy bills
  Telescoping internal frame fits most common doors and optional wall-kits are available (not included)
Limited lifetime warranty provides extra peace of mind

Start making your cut across the bottom, going slowly and as smoothly as possible, from the left to the right. Don't slow down so much you start to scorch the wood. Keep it moving at a comfortable pace, but don't go so fast you bog down the motor. Let the saw do the work.

our dog wears a small infrared receiver on his collar, which triggers the electronic lock to open as he gets near the door. When he tries to enter or exit the door, it unlocks automatically. If anyone --or anything -- else gets near the doggie door, it remains securely locked.
My main issue with this is that the magnetic strip on the bottom does not work. The magnet from the door flaps are supposed to pull the magnet at the bottom up in order to SEAL it once the pet comes through the door, but it doesn't. Both sides are stuck down, so there is a small slit where wind blows right through. I feel this is going to be a problem in the summer allowing all kinds of little creepy crawlers in.