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Dragon Pet Door for Doors

Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
White Dragon pet door for doors angled view
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
White Dragon door mount pet door with locking cover
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Black Dragon door mount pet door front view
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Black Dragon pet door for doors angled view with locking cover
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Cream Dragon door mount pet door front view
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Cream Dragon pet door for doors with black locking cover
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors
Dragon Pet Door for Doors

Dragon Pet Door for Doors

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  • Economical pet door for doors allows pets to come and go
  • Option of single or double flaps to match your insulation needs
  • Safe, translucent flap is flexible and easy for pets to use 
  • Provides complete freedom for you and your pet 
  • Comes with sturdy locking cover for home security 

Product Details


The Dragon Pet Door for Doors is a low-cost, high-quality pet door that allows your pets the freedom to come and go as they please. The energy-efficient, two-piece flap design creates a complete seal over the pet door opening to keep your home insulated year-round. For harsh climates, the double flap provides excellent insulation value to keep your energy bill down. The flexible flap is easy and safe to use for pets of all sizes and great for multi-pet homes.

Features:

  • Efficient two-piece flap design seals off the opening for weather resistance 
  • Double flap option ideal for harsher climates
  • Easily upgrade a single flap to a double flap at any time by adding another flap assembly
  • Flexible polyolefin elastomer flap is easy for pets of all sizes to use
  • UV-resistant additives in all parts of the pet door prevent warping and cracking in heat or cold 
  • Strong magnets line the bottom of the flap keeping it shut in wind
  • Easy installation in standard doors 1 ¾” and 1 â3/8” thick 
  • Comes with a sturdy thermoplastic closing cover to block access when needed
  • Telescoping tunnel pieces frame out and protect the interior of your door

Benefits:

  • Economical solution to allow pets the independence to come and go
  • Well-made pet door saves money on your energy bill
  • Flexible, lightweight flap ideal for large and small pets sharing
  • Enjoy a low-cost pet door with the benefits of excellent insulation for moderate climates

Size Chart

Flap SizeFlap DimensionsRough Cut OutOutside Frame DimensionsMinimum Step Over
SmallComing 2023Coming 2023Coming 2023Coming 2023
Medium7 1/16"w x 13 1/16"h10 1/4"w x 18 1/2"h11 5/8"w x 20"h4”
Large9 3/8"w x 16 9/16"h12 1/4"w x 22 1/4"h14 1/8"w x 23 1/2"h4”

Dimension Definitions: The “Rough Cut Out” dimensions refer to the dimensions of the rectangle you have to cut into your door.

Do not know which size to get? Here is a measurement guide to help you out.

Installation Instructions

Installation icon Difficulty Moderate
Installation icon Steps 07
Installation icon Time Required 1 - 2 hours
Installation icon Sections 01
Installation icon Flags 05

Parts

  • 1 Flap and Frame Assembly
  • 4 Long Frame Screws - 2 ¼" long 10-24 machine screws
  • 4 Short Frame Screws - 1 ¾" long 10-24 machine screws
  • 4 Frame Nuts - serrated flange 10-24 hex nuts
  • 4 Frame Washers - steel 9/16" washers
  • 1 Locking Cover - rectangular sheet with a hole near the top

Tools

  • Phillips screwdriver
  • Electric drill
  • 5/16” or 3/8“ drill bit
  • Jigsaw, painter’s tape
  • Pencil
  • Flathead screwdriver (optional)
  • 3/8” socket or wrench (optional)
  • pliers (optional)

Please read instructions & notes thoroughly before installation.

Step 1 Align the Template

  • If possible, remove the door from its hinges using a flathead screwdriver and hammer to tap out the hinge pins. Lay the door flat for installation. Tape these instructions (they double as a template) to the door where you want to install this face up.
  • The top edge of the template should be at least 1 ¼” (3,2 cm) above the dog’s shoulders. The bottom edge of the template should be at least 3" from the bottom of the door to maintain the door’s strength. Level the top edge of the cut-out line. Level the top edge.

Step 2 Make the Rough Cutout

  • Mark the physical outline of this template with a sharp pencil. Remove this template from the door. With a 5/16th (8mm) or or 3/8” (9,5 mm) drill bit, 5/16” preferred, drill through the corners of the outline with the tip of the bit directly on the outline’s corners.
  • Make sure your drill is kept level and that it drills all the way through the door.
  • Place your jigsaw into the holes and cut along the lines you drew. You should be making a rectangle connecting the center of each of the holes. Cut as straight as possible; aim to not deviate more than 1/8” from the line on either side.

Step 3 Test Fit the Frame Tunnels

  • Lay the inside frame face down on the floor.
  • Fit the outside frame into the inside frame by first placing the bottom of the outside frame’s tunnel into the bottom-left slot of the inside frame’s tunnel. Next, place the right side of the outside frame’s tunnel into the top-right slot of the inside frame’s tunnel (pictures below show the slots and frame orientation).
  • Remove the frames from each other once you are familiar with how they fit together.
  • If you have a single flap unit, the frame with the flaps installed goes on the inside of your house. If you have a double flap, it does not matter which one goes on the inside or which goes on the outside of your house.
  • There is only one way that the frames fit together. If you need to force it then it is the wrong way.

Step 4 Align Frame Pieces

  • At least one of the four locator posts (small posts extending from the bottom of the frame) should meet the bottom of the cutout, depending on the evenness of the cut.
  • Use painter's tape to temporarily hold the inside frame around the door. Place tape all around the frame, tightly adhering it to the frame.
  • Ensure that the screw holes in the frame are all visible through the cutout opening.
  • If the rough cutout is slightly too big, you will need to raise the frame to avoid any gaps and the locator posts will no longer be on the bottom of the cutout.

Step 5 Tape Frame Into Door

  • Fit the outside frame into the inside frame. You may need to hold the inside frame to keep it from being pushed out of the door.
  • Fit together until both frames are flush with the door. The locator posts of the outside frame do not have to be in contact with the rough cutout.
  • Use painter’s tape to temporarily hold the outside frame in the door.
  • If the frames fall out or move around too much while fitting them together, remove all tape and go back to the beginning of step 2.

Step 6 Fasten Frames To Each Other

    • If your door is 1 ¾” thick, use the longer 2 ¼” screws provided. If it is 1 ⅜” thick, use the shorter 1 ¾” screws provided.
    • DO NOT overtighten screws. Tighten just enough for the frames to sit sturdily flush with the door.
    • Place a steel washer onto a frame screw (the 2 ¼” or 1 ¾” screws) and place into one of the four frame screw openings from the inside frame to the outside frame. The inside frame should have the screw head.
    • Thread a flanged nut onto the screw by hand, reaching through the frames or around the door. You do not need a washer under the nut. The nut should be on the outside frame. Tighten down with a Phillips-head screwdriver.
    • For maximum ease, press the nut into the frame as you tighten it. This lets the serrations bite into the frame so you don’t have to grip the nut directly. If your nut spins around too much as you tighten despite the serrations, a ⅜” hex socket bit, thin wrench, pliers, or vice grips can be used to hold the nut.
    • Repeat for all four screws.

Step 7 Seal the Frames

  • At this point, there should be a washer visible on the inside frame and a nut visible on the outside frame at each of the four points.
  • Remove the tape holding the frames to the door.
  • If the frame positions need to be adjusted, loosen each of the screws without removing the nut, make the adjustments, and tighten back down. If necessary, you can use tape again to hold the frames in place while you tighten the screws.
  • Ensure the frames are flush with your door 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 two frames meet.

FAQ

How are the single and double flap different?

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

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

All Dragon Pet Door models come with a locking cover. This cover can be used to keep your dog in, but it can also be used to keep intruders from entering your home. It slides into the interior frame to block the flap.

How do I know what size to get for my dog?

When installing the pet door you want it to clear the top of your dog's back by 1-2 inches, minimum. 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 there replacement flaps?

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.

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

Yes! The flap and frames are identical for the door mount and wall 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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04/10/2022
Shawn E.
United States

GREAT PET DOORS FOR COLDER CLIMATES

THESE WERE REALIVELY EASY TO INSTALL. THE DOUBLE DOOR I RECOMMEND FOR COLDER CLIMATES AS THEY SEAL UP GOOD EVERY TIME THEY ARE USED.

ND
10/07/2021
Nicholas D.

Great Door for Low Price

This was a great option for a small budget. It is inexpensive, but has lots of magnets for sealing against rain and cold. We get a few weeks of harsh winter in Oregon, and I believe this door would outperform other brands in the same price range. The door has very mechanical aesthetics and is clearly well-engineered. The frame is slightly off-white and almost pink-ish, but I barely noticed. It came with a clear installation instruction sheet that doubled as a template. The frame feels very sturdy and tough, despite being plastic. Though it isn't installed yet, the magnets keep the flap shut, even when I turn it horizontal, against gravity. Overall, I am happy with it, and feel it's a great door for the price.

AC
04/14/2021
Amazon C.

Very easy to install.

Nice and air tight. If you have lots of adverse weather or heavy winds this is a good solution.

J
02/03/2021
Jules

Magnetic Strip could have been designed better

Overall the door was good and easy to install. This was the first dog door we've done and we didn't have too much difficulty following the instructions and getting it installed. Our only problem with it is that the flap design has slits and the extra magnetic strip around the flap kept coming off. I finally just took it all the way off, which I'm sure reduces the insulation value even though the door itself continues to function normally.

J
01/18/2021
Jackie

Doggie door works so well

It is very nice and keeps the cold out well. Dogs are getting used to it now

Dragon Pet Door for Doors

Medium / White / Single Flap Edit

Dragon Pet Door for Doors

Size Chart

Flap SizeFlap DimensionsRough Cut OutOutside Frame DimensionsMinimum Step Over
SmallComing 2023Coming 2023Coming 2023Coming 2023
Medium7 1/16"w x 13 1/16"h10 1/4"w x 18 1/2"h11 5/8"w x 20"h4”
Large9 3/8"w x 16 9/16"h12 1/4"w x 22 1/4"h14 1/8"w x 23 1/2"h4”

Dimension Definitions: The “Rough Cut Out” dimensions refer to the dimensions of the rectangle you have to cut into your door.

Do not know which size to get? Here is a measurement guide to help you out.

Installation icon Difficulty Moderate
Installation icon Steps 07
Installation icon Time Required 1 - 2 hours
Installation icon Sections 01
Installation icon Flags 05

Parts

  • 1 Flap and Frame Assembly
  • 4 Long Frame Screws - 2 ¼" long 10-24 machine screws
  • 4 Short Frame Screws - 1 ¾" long 10-24 machine screws
  • 4 Frame Nuts - serrated flange 10-24 hex nuts
  • 4 Frame Washers - steel 9/16" washers
  • 1 Locking Cover - rectangular sheet with a hole near the top

Tools

  • Phillips screwdriver
  • Electric drill
  • 5/16” or 3/8“ drill bit
  • Jigsaw, painter’s tape
  • Pencil
  • Flathead screwdriver (optional)
  • 3/8” socket or wrench (optional)
  • pliers (optional)

Please read instructions & notes thoroughly before installation.

Step 1 Align the Template

  • If possible, remove the door from its hinges using a flathead screwdriver and hammer to tap out the hinge pins. Lay the door flat for installation. Tape these instructions (they double as a template) to the door where you want to install this face up.
  • The top edge of the template should be at least 1 ¼” (3,2 cm) above the dog’s shoulders. The bottom edge of the template should be at least 3" from the bottom of the door to maintain the door’s strength. Level the top edge of the cut-out line. Level the top edge.

Step 2 Make the Rough Cutout

  • Mark the physical outline of this template with a sharp pencil. Remove this template from the door. With a 5/16th (8mm) or or 3/8” (9,5 mm) drill bit, 5/16” preferred, drill through the corners of the outline with the tip of the bit directly on the outline’s corners.
  • Make sure your drill is kept level and that it drills all the way through the door.
  • Place your jigsaw into the holes and cut along the lines you drew. You should be making a rectangle connecting the center of each of the holes. Cut as straight as possible; aim to not deviate more than 1/8” from the line on either side.

Step 3 Test Fit the Frame Tunnels

  • Lay the inside frame face down on the floor.
  • Fit the outside frame into the inside frame by first placing the bottom of the outside frame’s tunnel into the bottom-left slot of the inside frame’s tunnel. Next, place the right side of the outside frame’s tunnel into the top-right slot of the inside frame’s tunnel (pictures below show the slots and frame orientation).
  • Remove the frames from each other once you are familiar with how they fit together.
  • If you have a single flap unit, the frame with the flaps installed goes on the inside of your house. If you have a double flap, it does not matter which one goes on the inside or which goes on the outside of your house.
  • There is only one way that the frames fit together. If you need to force it then it is the wrong way.

Step 4 Align Frame Pieces

  • At least one of the four locator posts (small posts extending from the bottom of the frame) should meet the bottom of the cutout, depending on the evenness of the cut.
  • Use painter's tape to temporarily hold the inside frame around the door. Place tape all around the frame, tightly adhering it to the frame.
  • Ensure that the screw holes in the frame are all visible through the cutout opening.
  • If the rough cutout is slightly too big, you will need to raise the frame to avoid any gaps and the locator posts will no longer be on the bottom of the cutout.

Step 5 Tape Frame Into Door

  • Fit the outside frame into the inside frame. You may need to hold the inside frame to keep it from being pushed out of the door.
  • Fit together until both frames are flush with the door. The locator posts of the outside frame do not have to be in contact with the rough cutout.
  • Use painter’s tape to temporarily hold the outside frame in the door.
  • If the frames fall out or move around too much while fitting them together, remove all tape and go back to the beginning of step 2.

Step 6 Fasten Frames To Each Other

    • If your door is 1 ¾” thick, use the longer 2 ¼” screws provided. If it is 1 ⅜” thick, use the shorter 1 ¾” screws provided.
    • DO NOT overtighten screws. Tighten just enough for the frames to sit sturdily flush with the door.
    • Place a steel washer onto a frame screw (the 2 ¼” or 1 ¾” screws) and place into one of the four frame screw openings from the inside frame to the outside frame. The inside frame should have the screw head.
    • Thread a flanged nut onto the screw by hand, reaching through the frames or around the door. You do not need a washer under the nut. The nut should be on the outside frame. Tighten down with a Phillips-head screwdriver.
    • For maximum ease, press the nut into the frame as you tighten it. This lets the serrations bite into the frame so you don’t have to grip the nut directly. If your nut spins around too much as you tighten despite the serrations, a ⅜” hex socket bit, thin wrench, pliers, or vice grips can be used to hold the nut.
    • Repeat for all four screws.

Step 7 Seal the Frames

  • At this point, there should be a washer visible on the inside frame and a nut visible on the outside frame at each of the four points.
  • Remove the tape holding the frames to the door.
  • If the frame positions need to be adjusted, loosen each of the screws without removing the nut, make the adjustments, and tighten back down. If necessary, you can use tape again to hold the frames in place while you tighten the screws.
  • Ensure the frames are flush with your door 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 two frames meet.

FAQ

How are the single and double flap different?

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

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

All Dragon Pet Door models come with a locking cover. This cover can be used to keep your dog in, but it can also be used to keep intruders from entering your home. It slides into the interior frame to block the flap.

How do I know what size to get for my dog?

When installing the pet door you want it to clear the top of your dog's back by 1-2 inches, minimum. 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 there replacement flaps?

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.

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

Yes! The flap and frames are identical for the door mount and wall 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
4.6 Based on 10 Reviews
5 ★
60% 
6
4 ★
40% 
4
3 ★
0% 
0
2 ★
0% 
0
1 ★
0% 
0
Write a Review

Thank you for submitting a review!

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Filter Reviews:
SE
04/10/2022
Shawn E.
United States

GREAT PET DOORS FOR COLDER CLIMATES

THESE WERE REALIVELY EASY TO INSTALL. THE DOUBLE DOOR I RECOMMEND FOR COLDER CLIMATES AS THEY SEAL UP GOOD EVERY TIME THEY ARE USED.

ND
10/07/2021
Nicholas D.

Great Door for Low Price

This was a great option for a small budget. It is inexpensive, but has lots of magnets for sealing against rain and cold. We get a few weeks of harsh winter in Oregon, and I believe this door would outperform other brands in the same price range. The door has very mechanical aesthetics and is clearly well-engineered. The frame is slightly off-white and almost pink-ish, but I barely noticed. It came with a clear installation instruction sheet that doubled as a template. The frame feels very sturdy and tough, despite being plastic. Though it isn't installed yet, the magnets keep the flap shut, even when I turn it horizontal, against gravity. Overall, I am happy with it, and feel it's a great door for the price.

AC
04/14/2021
Amazon C.

Very easy to install.

Nice and air tight. If you have lots of adverse weather or heavy winds this is a good solution.

J
02/03/2021
Jules

Magnetic Strip could have been designed better

Overall the door was good and easy to install. This was the first dog door we've done and we didn't have too much difficulty following the instructions and getting it installed. Our only problem with it is that the flap design has slits and the extra magnetic strip around the flap kept coming off. I finally just took it all the way off, which I'm sure reduces the insulation value even though the door itself continues to function normally.

J
01/18/2021
Jackie

Doggie door works so well

It is very nice and keeps the cold out well. Dogs are getting used to it now