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    Why Get A Dog Door


    When owning a dog, it's always a good thing to make it as independent as possible. For example, it can be very annoying to have to wake up at 5 AM because your dog needs to go out. When you install a dog door, you can continue sleeping, or working, or doing whatever you are doing without interrupting it because Fido needs to go outside urgently.

    When buying a dog door, there are several factors that you should really take into account: some of them are the following.

    Measures of Safety

    When getting a dog door installed, there are a few things to consider. If you have a small breed dog, then it's really not a problem becaue its door will also be small. But if you have a large dog, you might need a dog door that is very large to let your dog in and out. The bigger the dog door is, the easier it makes it for a burglar to try to use it to get into your house. Or, even a smaller door can allow an intruder to reach up and unlock your door without even being able to crawl through.

    When you look for a dog door, make sure to mention these points to the different sellers you talk to. Your local pet supply store should have information to help you make your decision based on safety.

    You Dog Counts

    It is also important to check to make sure your pet can actually navigate the door. If the dog cannot get out, then what is the point of having the dog door? In addition, make sure that the dog is strong enought to open the door. This last point can be overlooked until after the door has been installed and it's too late or too expensive to change it.

    Getting a dog door is very convenient. No more getting up at night to let your dog out urgently. When buying a dog door always see that your dog can fit through it and open it before purchasing it.

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