Why Pet Doors Are Good For Both Pets And People

August 9, 2009

in Cats

Asking your pet not to be able to go out to relieve himself for eight to ten hour stretches is a lot to ask. If you’re a pet owner and work outside the home I’m sure you already understand this. This only creates stress for both pet and owner.

Being a pet owner and loving your pet doesn’t mean there won’t be stressful times. How many times have you been interrupted by your little friend because he needs to go out and you had to stop what you were doing to grant his wishes?

Bet you didn’t know you could solve these problems easily and inexpensively. With a pet door both you and your pet will have more freedom and lead happier lives. Imagine not having to come home from a long tiring days work to clean up the present your pet left on the floor.

Pet doors are relatively easy to install but you must follow directions and be handy with tools. You can always have a handyman do the installation fairly cheaply.

Do your research before deciding on a pet door as there are many varieties on the market. You will need to determine which type is best for your pet. Also it’s a good idea to know how big your pet will be when fully grown because you will need a door that your pet can go through easily.

While looking for your new pet door keep in mind how difficult it will be to install as some are more difficult than others. In any event you may just want to ask for the help of a neighbor or friend or the services of a handyman.

As with most everything pet doors are designed to fit individual needs and desires. Your final decision should take your own needs into consideration. While doing my homework I found the electronic pet door offered many advantages other types just couldn’t match.

Electronic pet doors are safer than flaps as they remain sealed until activated by the signal your pets collar sets off. This keeps out strays and unwanted intruders. It also aids in reducing the loss of heating and air conditioning because it remains closed and sealed except when your pet activates it to exit or enter.

Once you’ve trained your pet to use the pet door both you and your pet will enjoy a whole new world of freedom.

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