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Dragon Wall Pet Door

Dragon Wall Pet Door
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Dragon Wall Pet Door
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Dragon Wall Pet Door
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Dragon Wall Pet Door
Dragon Wall Pet Door
Dragon Wall Pet Door
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Dragon Wall Pet Door
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Dragon Wall Pet Door

Dragon Wall Pet Door

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  • Economically friendly pet door for doors 
  • Translucent, flexible flap safe for dogs and cats of all sizes
  • Two-piece flap design improves insulation value 
  • Double flap option ideal for harsh climates
  • Comes in black or white to match your home 

Product Details


The Dragon Pet Door for Walls is a high-quality, low-cost pet door that allows pets to come and go on their own terms. The two-piece flap design creates a complete seal over the pet door opening for excellent insulation value. UV-blocking additives used in all parts of the Dragon Pet Door protect against warping and cracking. With the option of a single or double flap, the Dragon accommodates your unique insulation needs. 

Features:

  • Two-piece flap design improves insulation value 
  • Installs in walls 2 1/2" - 8" thick
  • Tough, high-quality flap hold up to pets of all sizes
  • Easy installation in walls up to 8" thick, tunnel sections easily cut for the perfect fit in your wall
  • Wall mount easily accommodates a double flap, or start with a single flap and add another flap assembly anytime 
  • UV-blocking additives in all parts of the pet door prevent warping and cracking
  • Strong ABS plastic tunnel sections frame out the interior of your wall to prevent water damage
  • Comes with a strong, thermoplastic locking cover to block access when needed

Benefits:

  • Low-cost solution to letting pets come and go as they please
  • Translucent, flexible flap allows dogs and cats to comfortably share the pet door
  • Well-made pet door performance at an affordable price
  • Easily upgrade from a single to double flap at any time 

Size Chart

Flap Dimensions:

7"w x 13 1/10"h

The entry way your dog goes through.

Outside Frame Dimensions

11 3/5"w x 20"h

The outer edge of the pet door.
flap dimensions
frame dimensions
rough cutout dimensions

Rough Cut Out:

10 3/5"w x 18 1/2"h

The size of the hole needed to fit your pet door into your door.

Flap Dimensions:

9 2/5"w x 16 3/5"h

The entry way your dog goes through.

Outside Frame Dimensions

14 1/10"w x 23 1/2"h

The outer edge of the pet door.
flap dimensions
frame dimensions
rough cutout dimensions

Rough Cut Out:

12 1/4"w x 22 3/8"h

The size of the hole needed to fit your pet door into your door.
Flap SizeFlap DimensionsRough Cut OutOutside Frame DimensionsMinimum Step OverRecommended Pet Height
SmallComing 2023Coming 2023Coming 2023Coming 2023Coming 2023
Medium7"w x 13 1/10"h10 1/4w" x 18 1/2"h11 3/5"w x 20"h3 9/10”11" - 19" 
Large9 2/5"w x 16 3/5"h12 1/4"w x 22 1/4"h14 1/10"w x 23 1/2"h3 9/10”11" - 25"

Find The Best Pet Door Size For My Pet

A

Pet Height: inches

B

Pet Width: inches

Please fill the above fields.

Installation Instructions

Installation icon Difficulty Difficult
Installation icon Steps 21
Installation icon Time Required 3 - 4 hours
Installation icon Sections 04
Installation icon Flags 10

Parts

  • Flap and Frame Assembly
  • 1 Locking Cover - rectangular sheet with a hole near the top
  • 2 Tall Tunnel Sections - black, rectangular sheets
  • 2 Short Tunnel Sections - black, rectangular sheets
  • 4 Tunnel Corner Guides - black, corner profile sticks
  • 8 Frame Screws – 1-3/4” long, #10 wood screws
  • 8 Frame Washers – steel 9/16” washers

Tools & Materials

  • 2x4 lumber (at least 6ft)
  • Construction screws (8)
  • Hammer drill
  • Impact driver
  • 5/16” or 3/8” masonry drill bit longer than your wall thickness
  • Level
  • Drywall saw
  • Jigsaw
  • Circular saw
  • Painter’s tape
  • Pencil

Please read instructions & notes thoroughly before installation.

Dragon Wall Mount

Step 1 Confirm Measurements

  • If you have not yet measured your pet, see this guide to ensure the pet door will work.

Step 2 Tape the Template to the Wall

  • Tape the installation template to your interior wall centered between the adjacent studs.
  • The top edge of the template should be at least 4” above your pet’s shoulders.
  • The bottom of the template should be at least 1.5" from the floor.
  • Check the template top edge with a level.

Step 3 Mark the Outline

  • Mark the physical outline of the template with a sharp pencil. Remove the template.
  • Drill and saw out a small test square in the middle to check for wire/pipes in the installation area.
  • Make adjustments as necessary.
  • Triple check for studs - check the bottom, the middle, and the top where the cut out would be.

Step 4 Drill the Holes

  • With a 5/16” or 3/8” drill bit, 5/16” preferred, drill through just the interior wall on the corners of the template outline with the center of the bit directly on the outline’s corners.
  • Drilling a small pilot hole first can help keep the bit from shifting.

Step 5 Make the Rough Cutout

  • Place your jigsaw blade or drywall saw into the holes and cut along the lines you drew in Step 3 for the interior wall.
  • You will be making a rectangle connecting the centers of each of the holes.
  • Cut as straight as possible; aim to not deviate more than 1/8” from the line on either side. If using a jigsaw, protect your paint by sliding the saw on top of cardboard as you cut instead of directly on the wall.
  • Remove any insulation to expose the back of the exterior wall.
  • Measure where your cutout is relative to the floor of the inside of your wall and where one side edge is relative to an adjacent stud.

Step 6 Mark the Template Outlines

  • Mark on the back of the exterior wall (looking from the inside) where to put the template based on your measurements, then redraw at least the corners of the outline.

Step 7 Drill the Holes

  • Drill straight through the corners of the outline from the inside wall. These should line up with your original holes.

Step 8 Cut the External Wall

  • Use a circular saw or jigsaw to cut the external wall.
  • It is possible you may need a different tool depending on the wall’s construction.

Step 9 Cut Tunnel Sections with a Saw or Scissors.

  • Measure your total interior to exterior wall thickness.
  • Add or Subtract to the total wall thickness
  • Medium: Subtract 1/8"
  • Large: Add 3/16”
  • Cut the width (see diagram) of all four pieces to this length. If you have square pieces you can cut either edge.

Step 10 Cut Corner Guides.

  • Take your total wall thickness again and subtract 2-1/8”.
  • Cut all four of your corner guides to this length with a saw.

Step 11 Test fit the tunnel.

  • Lay the inside frame face down on the floor. If you have a single flap, the frame without the flap installed is the inside frame and the other is the outside frame. If you have a double flap, the frames are identical and interchangeable, you can pick which is which.
  • Fit the tunnel section pieces onto the inside frame.
  • Press fit the corner guides all the way onto the tunnel section pieces with the corner guide positioned as close to the frame as possible.

Step 12 Fit the Corner Guides

  • Press fit the corner guides all the way onto the tunnel section pieces with the corner guide positioned as close to the frame as possible.

Step 13 Tape the Tunnel

  • Tape together the corners of the tunnel where pieces meet after the guides. Take out the tunnel, tape the corners that were in the inside frame, then put the tunnel back in the inside frame.

Step 14 Connect the Frames

  • Place the outside frame on top.
  • Remove the frames once you’re familiar with how they fit together, but keep the tunnel assembled!

Step 15 Fasten Installation Lumber Inside the Wall

  • Cut four 14” sections of 2x4, or however long spans between studs.
  • Place one of the 2x4s inside the wall as shown further down this page. Place it horizontally and flat against the inside of the wall with the wide side of the 2x4 against the wall.
  • Raise the 2x4 so that it is visible in the rough cutout. The table below shows how much should be visible depending on whether it's on the top or the bottom, and whether you have a medium or large flap.

Step 16 Secure the Lumber

  • Secure the 2x4 by toe nailing it into the adjacent studs.
  • Repeat steps b and c for the other three 2x4s so that there are two on the top and two on the bottom, ensuring they are level with each other.
  • If your rough cutout is close enough to the ground that the bottom 2x4s are further than 2-1/2” into the cutout, cut down the 2x4s or use 2x2s.

Step 17 Fit the frame

  • Insert the inside frame, ensuring the frame covers the entire rough cutout.
  • Tape the frame securely to your wall and then insert the tunnel into the frame.
  • Use more tape than you think you need!

Step 18 Check the Framing Lumber

  • Check that the 2x4s can be seen straight-on through the frame screw holes.
  • If you can see the 2x4s, the frame covers the rough cutout, and the tunnel fits, you’re set to continue.

Step 19 Drill Pilot Holes

  • Make pilot hole markings on the 2x4s where the frame screws will go. You can use the frame screws to make indentations if you can’t get a pencil all the way through.
  • Repeat steps b and c for the other three 2x4s so that there are two on the top and two on the bottom, ensuring they are level with each other.
  • Remove the frame and tunnel then drill pilot holes with a 1/8" drill bit.

Step 20 Fasten Frame to Installation Lumber

  • Do not overtighten. Read each step below before starting.
  • Place the inside frame and tunnel back into the rough cutout, taped to the wall.
  • On each of the four screw holes, place a washer over the frame wood screw and then loosely screw the provided wood screws into the pilot holes.
  • Once each screw has engaged their pilot holes, go back and tighten down each screw only until the frame is sturdily flush with your wall. Check that your frame remains level as you go.
  • Tighten slower as you reach the end so you don’t overtighten.
  • Remove the tape holding the frame to the wall.

Step 21 Install the Outside Frame

  • Repeat steps 14 through 16 but with the outside frame, fitting it into the tunnel. Make sure none of the tunnel pieces are loose before you fasten!
  • Remove any remaining tape.
  • If the frame positions need to be adjusted, loosen screws, make the adjustments, and tighten back down.
  • Ensure the frames are flush with your wall, are level, and are sturdy.
  • With a silicone sealant of your choice, we recommend sealing any gaps on the corners of the inside of the frames, as well as anywhere the tunnel sections and guides meet.

Large Wall Mounts Install the Hole Plugs

  • For large wall mounts only.
  • If you have a Large Size Wall Mount, install the hole plugs to cover the exposed screws holes.

FAQ

What's the difference between a single flap and a double flap?

The double flap option provides increased insulation against the cold. Both options have magnets on the flap to keep the door sealed in wind.

I want to get the large pet door for my dog, but I'm worried about a person fitting through it, is this possible? 

All Dragon Pet Doors come with a locking cover. This sturdy cover can be used to keep your doggy in. It also can be used to keep intruders from entering your home. It slides into the interior frame.

How do I know what size is best for my dog?

When installing the pet door you want it to clear the top of your dog's back by 1-2 inches. To give your pet the most comfortable pet door possible, make sure the step-over is less than 1/3 of your dog's height. Lastly, you want the width of the door to be big enough to allow your pet to go through without touching the sides. Here's a guide on how to measure your pet with tips on how to determine the correct size.

Are replacement flaps available?

Yes, you can buy Dragon replacement flaps.

Can my small and large dog share this pet door?

Yes, but make sure to follow standard Measuring Guidelines. Make sure the size of the door is based on your tallest pet but installed low enough for your smallest pet. If not, then you should look into getting them separate doors. 

Is the Dragon flap for door mounting the same as the wall mount?

Yes! The flap and frames are identical for the wall mount and the door mount, the only difference would be the hardware that is included for installation.

Warranty

Dragon Pet Doors One Year Warranty

Dragon Pet Doors have a one-year warranty for normal wear & tear and manufacturing defects.



Customer Reviews

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10/14/2022
Annie L.
United States

Dragon dog door

Sorry to say, this product was a bit cheaply made compared to previously purchased dog doors. Fitting the the inner trim was difficult and we needed to build a frame to support the inside panels.

AC
06/27/2021
Amazon C.

Installation not as easy as said

I like the door but would not buy again. The wind will blow open and if rain gets in I will have water in the wall. The black center is cheap and the installation is difficult to make fit in between to two halves. I used 2x4 like suggested and the screws provided are only 2" screws they were not long enough to go through the wood and put the nut on. I was able to customize the center plastic and sealed the cracks with silicone to water proof it. This is a good buy if moving from house to garage or a covered patio, but from house to outside you have to take extra precautions and steps to keep out the weather.

T
06/18/2021
Trevor

This door is awesome!

We love this dog door. After looking at a bunch of doors and reading reviews we really liked how this door had multiple magnets to securely close the door after our mini golden doodle went through. It has a two part design so there are magnets for when she is going out Huth then separate magnets for when she is coming in. The design is great!

MB
05/04/2021
Mark B.

Great Door!

I own three cats and have a sliding vinyl glass door to the deck. We have installed a "catio" on the deck and need access for the cats. After doing extensive research on the web I came upon your site. Since my door was custom made(Comfort Windows & Doors), I made many measurements to obtain the right product. Your instructions and help guides were a great help in my purchase. When the door arrived it fit exactly in the opening with very little help! I would recommend this company and product to anyone! Just make sure you measure correctly!

DW
04/30/2021
Deonn W.

Not very weather proof.

Magnets not very strong. Wind will blow it open. As far as looks it ok. Have a Shitzu and bought a medium door. Should have got a large door. DIY instructions not very clear but did manage to install it myself.

Dragon Wall Pet Door

Medium / White / Single Flap Edit

Dragon Wall Pet Door

Size Chart

Flap Dimensions:

7"w x 13 1/10"h

The entry way your dog goes through.

Outside Frame Dimensions

11 3/5"w x 20"h

The outer edge of the pet door.
flap dimensions
frame dimensions
rough cutout dimensions

Rough Cut Out:

10 3/5"w x 18 1/2"h

The size of the hole needed to fit your pet door into your door.

Flap Dimensions:

9 2/5"w x 16 3/5"h

The entry way your dog goes through.

Outside Frame Dimensions

14 1/10"w x 23 1/2"h

The outer edge of the pet door.
flap dimensions
frame dimensions
rough cutout dimensions

Rough Cut Out:

12 1/4"w x 22 3/8"h

The size of the hole needed to fit your pet door into your door.
Flap SizeFlap DimensionsRough Cut OutOutside Frame DimensionsMinimum Step OverRecommended Pet Height
SmallComing 2023Coming 2023Coming 2023Coming 2023Coming 2023
Medium7"w x 13 1/10"h10 1/4w" x 18 1/2"h11 3/5"w x 20"h3 9/10”11" - 19" 
Large9 2/5"w x 16 3/5"h12 1/4"w x 22 1/4"h14 1/10"w x 23 1/2"h3 9/10”11" - 25"

Find The Best Pet Door Size For My Pet

A

Pet Height: inches

B

Pet Width: inches

Please fill the above fields.

Installation icon Difficulty Difficult
Installation icon Steps 21
Installation icon Time Required 3 - 4 hours
Installation icon Sections 04
Installation icon Flags 10

Parts

  • Flap and Frame Assembly
  • 1 Locking Cover - rectangular sheet with a hole near the top
  • 2 Tall Tunnel Sections - black, rectangular sheets
  • 2 Short Tunnel Sections - black, rectangular sheets
  • 4 Tunnel Corner Guides - black, corner profile sticks
  • 8 Frame Screws – 1-3/4” long, #10 wood screws
  • 8 Frame Washers – steel 9/16” washers

Tools & Materials

  • 2x4 lumber (at least 6ft)
  • Construction screws (8)
  • Hammer drill
  • Impact driver
  • 5/16” or 3/8” masonry drill bit longer than your wall thickness
  • Level
  • Drywall saw
  • Jigsaw
  • Circular saw
  • Painter’s tape
  • Pencil

Please read instructions & notes thoroughly before installation.

Dragon Wall Mount

Step 1 Confirm Measurements

  • If you have not yet measured your pet, see this guide to ensure the pet door will work.

Step 2 Tape the Template to the Wall

  • Tape the installation template to your interior wall centered between the adjacent studs.
  • The top edge of the template should be at least 4” above your pet’s shoulders.
  • The bottom of the template should be at least 1.5" from the floor.
  • Check the template top edge with a level.

Step 3 Mark the Outline

  • Mark the physical outline of the template with a sharp pencil. Remove the template.
  • Drill and saw out a small test square in the middle to check for wire/pipes in the installation area.
  • Make adjustments as necessary.
  • Triple check for studs - check the bottom, the middle, and the top where the cut out would be.

Step 4 Drill the Holes

  • With a 5/16” or 3/8” drill bit, 5/16” preferred, drill through just the interior wall on the corners of the template outline with the center of the bit directly on the outline’s corners.
  • Drilling a small pilot hole first can help keep the bit from shifting.

Step 5 Make the Rough Cutout

  • Place your jigsaw blade or drywall saw into the holes and cut along the lines you drew in Step 3 for the interior wall.
  • You will be making a rectangle connecting the centers of each of the holes.
  • Cut as straight as possible; aim to not deviate more than 1/8” from the line on either side. If using a jigsaw, protect your paint by sliding the saw on top of cardboard as you cut instead of directly on the wall.
  • Remove any insulation to expose the back of the exterior wall.
  • Measure where your cutout is relative to the floor of the inside of your wall and where one side edge is relative to an adjacent stud.

Step 6 Mark the Template Outlines

  • Mark on the back of the exterior wall (looking from the inside) where to put the template based on your measurements, then redraw at least the corners of the outline.

Step 7 Drill the Holes

  • Drill straight through the corners of the outline from the inside wall. These should line up with your original holes.

Step 8 Cut the External Wall

  • Use a circular saw or jigsaw to cut the external wall.
  • It is possible you may need a different tool depending on the wall’s construction.

Step 9 Cut Tunnel Sections with a Saw or Scissors.

  • Measure your total interior to exterior wall thickness.
  • Add or Subtract to the total wall thickness
  • Medium: Subtract 1/8"
  • Large: Add 3/16”
  • Cut the width (see diagram) of all four pieces to this length. If you have square pieces you can cut either edge.

Step 10 Cut Corner Guides.

  • Take your total wall thickness again and subtract 2-1/8”.
  • Cut all four of your corner guides to this length with a saw.

Step 11 Test fit the tunnel.

  • Lay the inside frame face down on the floor. If you have a single flap, the frame without the flap installed is the inside frame and the other is the outside frame. If you have a double flap, the frames are identical and interchangeable, you can pick which is which.
  • Fit the tunnel section pieces onto the inside frame.
  • Press fit the corner guides all the way onto the tunnel section pieces with the corner guide positioned as close to the frame as possible.

Step 12 Fit the Corner Guides

  • Press fit the corner guides all the way onto the tunnel section pieces with the corner guide positioned as close to the frame as possible.

Step 13 Tape the Tunnel

  • Tape together the corners of the tunnel where pieces meet after the guides. Take out the tunnel, tape the corners that were in the inside frame, then put the tunnel back in the inside frame.

Step 14 Connect the Frames

  • Place the outside frame on top.
  • Remove the frames once you’re familiar with how they fit together, but keep the tunnel assembled!

Step 15 Fasten Installation Lumber Inside the Wall

  • Cut four 14” sections of 2x4, or however long spans between studs.
  • Place one of the 2x4s inside the wall as shown further down this page. Place it horizontally and flat against the inside of the wall with the wide side of the 2x4 against the wall.
  • Raise the 2x4 so that it is visible in the rough cutout. The table below shows how much should be visible depending on whether it's on the top or the bottom, and whether you have a medium or large flap.

Step 16 Secure the Lumber

  • Secure the 2x4 by toe nailing it into the adjacent studs.
  • Repeat steps b and c for the other three 2x4s so that there are two on the top and two on the bottom, ensuring they are level with each other.
  • If your rough cutout is close enough to the ground that the bottom 2x4s are further than 2-1/2” into the cutout, cut down the 2x4s or use 2x2s.

Step 17 Fit the frame

  • Insert the inside frame, ensuring the frame covers the entire rough cutout.
  • Tape the frame securely to your wall and then insert the tunnel into the frame.
  • Use more tape than you think you need!

Step 18 Check the Framing Lumber

  • Check that the 2x4s can be seen straight-on through the frame screw holes.
  • If you can see the 2x4s, the frame covers the rough cutout, and the tunnel fits, you’re set to continue.

Step 19 Drill Pilot Holes

  • Make pilot hole markings on the 2x4s where the frame screws will go. You can use the frame screws to make indentations if you can’t get a pencil all the way through.
  • Repeat steps b and c for the other three 2x4s so that there are two on the top and two on the bottom, ensuring they are level with each other.
  • Remove the frame and tunnel then drill pilot holes with a 1/8" drill bit.

Step 20 Fasten Frame to Installation Lumber

  • Do not overtighten. Read each step below before starting.
  • Place the inside frame and tunnel back into the rough cutout, taped to the wall.
  • On each of the four screw holes, place a washer over the frame wood screw and then loosely screw the provided wood screws into the pilot holes.
  • Once each screw has engaged their pilot holes, go back and tighten down each screw only until the frame is sturdily flush with your wall. Check that your frame remains level as you go.
  • Tighten slower as you reach the end so you don’t overtighten.
  • Remove the tape holding the frame to the wall.

Step 21 Install the Outside Frame

  • Repeat steps 14 through 16 but with the outside frame, fitting it into the tunnel. Make sure none of the tunnel pieces are loose before you fasten!
  • Remove any remaining tape.
  • If the frame positions need to be adjusted, loosen screws, make the adjustments, and tighten back down.
  • Ensure the frames are flush with your wall, are level, and are sturdy.
  • With a silicone sealant of your choice, we recommend sealing any gaps on the corners of the inside of the frames, as well as anywhere the tunnel sections and guides meet.

Large Wall Mounts Install the Hole Plugs

  • For large wall mounts only.
  • If you have a Large Size Wall Mount, install the hole plugs to cover the exposed screws holes.

FAQ

What's the difference between a single flap and a double flap?

The double flap option provides increased insulation against the cold. Both options have magnets on the flap to keep the door sealed in wind.

I want to get the large pet door for my dog, but I'm worried about a person fitting through it, is this possible? 

All Dragon Pet Doors come with a locking cover. This sturdy cover can be used to keep your doggy in. It also can be used to keep intruders from entering your home. It slides into the interior frame.

How do I know what size is best for my dog?

When installing the pet door you want it to clear the top of your dog's back by 1-2 inches. To give your pet the most comfortable pet door possible, make sure the step-over is less than 1/3 of your dog's height. Lastly, you want the width of the door to be big enough to allow your pet to go through without touching the sides. Here's a guide on how to measure your pet with tips on how to determine the correct size.

Are replacement flaps available?

Yes, you can buy Dragon replacement flaps.

Can my small and large dog share this pet door?

Yes, but make sure to follow standard Measuring Guidelines. Make sure the size of the door is based on your tallest pet but installed low enough for your smallest pet. If not, then you should look into getting them separate doors. 

Is the Dragon flap for door mounting the same as the wall mount?

Yes! The flap and frames are identical for the wall mount and the door mount, the only difference would be the hardware that is included for installation.

Warranty

Dragon Pet Doors One Year Warranty

Dragon Pet Doors have a one-year warranty for normal wear & tear and manufacturing defects.

Customer Reviews
4.4 Based on 20 Reviews
5 ★
60% 
12
4 ★
20% 
4
3 ★
15% 
3
2 ★
5% 
1
1 ★
0% 
0
Write a Review

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Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!

Filter Reviews:
AL
10/14/2022
Annie L.
United States

Dragon dog door

Sorry to say, this product was a bit cheaply made compared to previously purchased dog doors. Fitting the the inner trim was difficult and we needed to build a frame to support the inside panels.

AC
06/27/2021
Amazon C.

Installation not as easy as said

I like the door but would not buy again. The wind will blow open and if rain gets in I will have water in the wall. The black center is cheap and the installation is difficult to make fit in between to two halves. I used 2x4 like suggested and the screws provided are only 2" screws they were not long enough to go through the wood and put the nut on. I was able to customize the center plastic and sealed the cracks with silicone to water proof it. This is a good buy if moving from house to garage or a covered patio, but from house to outside you have to take extra precautions and steps to keep out the weather.

T
06/18/2021
Trevor

This door is awesome!

We love this dog door. After looking at a bunch of doors and reading reviews we really liked how this door had multiple magnets to securely close the door after our mini golden doodle went through. It has a two part design so there are magnets for when she is going out Huth then separate magnets for when she is coming in. The design is great!

MB
05/04/2021
Mark B.

Great Door!

I own three cats and have a sliding vinyl glass door to the deck. We have installed a "catio" on the deck and need access for the cats. After doing extensive research on the web I came upon your site. Since my door was custom made(Comfort Windows & Doors), I made many measurements to obtain the right product. Your instructions and help guides were a great help in my purchase. When the door arrived it fit exactly in the opening with very little help! I would recommend this company and product to anyone! Just make sure you measure correctly!

DW
04/30/2021
Deonn W.

Not very weather proof.

Magnets not very strong. Wind will blow it open. As far as looks it ok. Have a Shitzu and bought a medium door. Should have got a large door. DIY instructions not very clear but did manage to install it myself.