Our standard pet doors install in most doors and walls.
- Variety of sizes and colors
- Aluminum or plastic frames
Selective entry doors let you choose which pets can come and go.
- Special key lets pets in and out
- Set times when pets can use the door
Easy to install in a sliding glass or screen door.
- Slides into patio door frame
- Fits doors up to 96 inches tall
compareWhich Pet Door Is Right for You and Your Pet?
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|Door & Wall||Electronic & Magnetic||Sliding Door Insert|
|Best Feature||Widest variety||Programmable selective entry||Easiest installation|
up to 2“ thick
up to 2“ thick
Sliding glass door frames
up to 96“ tall
Up to 12“ thick
Up to 8“ thick
|Multiple Sizes||XS - XL||
S & L
XS - XL
|Energy Efficiency Features||
Extreme Weather Door
Insulated door flap
& glass sweep
Benefits of a Pet Door
Easy & convenient
Convenience for You, Independance for Your Pet
No More Worrying About Potty Breaks
When your pet can let himself out, you don’t have to worry about getting home in time to let him out. And say goodbye to waking up in the middle of the night to your pet whining and begging to go out!
Giving your dog access to the yard reduces accidents and helps prevent long-term health problems, such as bladder infections and UTIs, from “holding it” for too long.
Control Your Pets’ Access
Pet doors let you give your pets exactly what they need. A dog door to the yard gives your dog outside independance. A cat door to the litter box room keeps the dog out and keeps the smell in.
Measure each pet who will use the door.
Most pet doors fit small and large dogs and cats. Cat doors are designed for cats but can fit some small dogs. Extra large door flaps might be too heavy for cats or small dogs to push open. Measure each pet who will use the door and check the weight and height recommendations for each pet door.
Sample Door Installations
Install your pet door in almost any door or wall in your home to control your pet's access to certain rooms or areas.
Install a pet door in an exterior door to give your pet access to your yard. We've even got a special pet door designed just for paneled doors.
Interior pet doors in your home let you keep certain pets in or out of certain rooms. Install it in the door to your bedroom to let the cat in but keep the dog out or vice versa.
Install a pet door in the door to the room where you keep the litterbox, such as a closet or laundry room, to give your cat a private bathroom. Cats prefer to potty in a quiet space, so giving your cat a little more privacy can help prevent litter box problems.
Let your pet join you out on the patio or outside deck with a sliding glass door insert or pet screen door.
You can also install a pet door in a wall. Many of our pet doors have optional tunnel extensions to allow you to install them in wood, stucco, or even brick walls.
Installing Your Pet Door
4 Easy Steps
Pet doors install in minutes and give you years of peace and convenience. Installing a pet door is easy with a little do-it-yourself knowledge.
- Trace the pet door outline using the template
- Remove the door from its hinges
- Cut the hole in the door
- Install the pet door frame and flap
Tools you might need: Hammer, Jigsaw, Drill, Drill bits, Wire cutters, Screwdriver, Tape measure, Tape, Pencil, Level, Scissors
Give Them Safe Outdoor Playtime
With a pet door + an electronic fence
From Safe Pets & Happy Owners
“This door is sturdy and functions perfectly, locking and unlocking based on my cat's proximity. And it keeps the neighbor's cat out!” ”
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