If you have a fenced yard, a patio pet door can be the accessory you need for the comfort of your pet. It allows your four-legged friend to enter and leave the house as needed without you having to be involved. This can be especially useful if you are away from your home for long periods of time during the day. Installing a dog door may seem like a good solution, but before you buy one, there are some things you should consider.
Patio pet door glass panels fit into your sliding door, are bolted to the frame and can be secured by using the lock on your door. The problem is that, as indicated by Consumer Affairs, these doors do not have much insulation. Folding doors: these doors are usually installed on a wall or door and include a plastic cover to block the opening. Some have a cover that you can slide as a lock on the lid when you do not want your dog to leave. You can install the door yourself, if you have a vertical cutting saw.
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Consumer Affairs indicates that these are similar to swing patio pet door in terms of installation, but the technology helps provide additional security. The door can slide up or down or the lid can be opened by a signal sent by a computer chip or transmitter on your dog’s collar. If another animal (or person) without the sensor tries to enter, the door will not open.
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