No door can guarantee a cat can’t get out with the dog; the cat waits for the dog to go through.
Even if you have an electronic door that requires a collar key, a cat may run outside when the dog opens the door.
We have a complete selection of patio pet doors and sliding pet doors. Installing a patio pet door can be a great option that eliminates the need to make a hole in a wall or household door.
We can provide custom size pet doors for doors, walls, French doors, and patio doors. You can get a custom size pet door ranging from cats to Great Danes.
Dog doors and cat doors can look small from a human point of view, but the door opening doesn‘t have to be as big as the pet standing upright.
The opening width should be a little wider than the widest part of your cat or dog.
Cats may act independent and secure, but they still rely on us to provide for their basic needs. This article will give a list of the minimum of items you need for your new cat.
Cats are naturally clean and dislike dirty and smelly litter boxes. The first thing to do to keep both yourself and your cat happy is ensuring the box is squeaky clean.
If the box is squeaky clean and your cat still prefers going somewhere else, take your cat to the vet.
Many household objects can be dangerous to cats, dogs, and even children.
Any animal able to wear a collar with a collar key can use the door.
The PlexiDor Electronic opens when a collar key with the right RFID is close enough.
No, the PlexiDor Electronic opens automatically – for pets with the right key.
There are electronic pet doors where the key only locks or unlocks the door, and the pet still has to push it open to go through.
No pet door can guarantee that the cats don’t go outside with the dog.
The cat may not have a key to open the PlexiDor Electronic, but cats are fast and smart, and if they want to go outside, they‘ll figure out that they can use the door with the dog.
The PlexiDor line of manual pet doors is the best dog door or cat door for cold weather.
These doors will function down to –40 degrees F/C. The door will still work below this temperature, but it will get frosty and the weather seal will freeze to the frame.
The PlexiDor costs more to purchase than many other pet doors. On the other hand, it is one of the cheapest doors to own over its lifetime.
Over a ten-year period, these pet doors require very little maintenance, there are no flaps to replace, and they are energy efficient, saving money on heating and cooling.
No, the saloon-style PlexiDor is a manual pet door; the dog or cat pushes it open as they go through.