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    Dog Doors: A Convenient And Comfortable Way Of Securing Dogs


    Dog doors are very practical solutions for dog owners who are too busy and can't afford to get up and go open the door every time the dog wants to come in or go out. Thus, they allow dog owners to continue with their activities interrupted so that when they finish they can dedicate some quality time to their pets.

    Common Types of Dog Doors

    The very common ones include plastic dog doors, metal doors, glass doors, and electronic dog doors

    Plastic doors can be transparent so your dog can see what's outside or inside and avoid bumping into people. However, that also means that people who are willing to crouch or lie down will see inside your house. If you want a resistant door, you can get a metal one, however, if your dog is too small or too young, it might not be strong enough to push it open.

    Glass doors have sliding covers and are usually transparent. The most modern and technologically advanced of them all by far is the electronic dog door. These have a remote key attached to their collar that enables automatic opening and closing of the door using magnets.

    A Few Pointers for Selecting the Right Dog Door

    Consider what your needs are, then look for the dog door. Some people don't like transparent dogs because they don't want outsiders to see into their houses, while others believe that the extra sunlight is a welcome addition. Always measure your dog first before you buy a dog door, in order to avoid bad surprises. Puppies tend to grow much faster than children, so, if you have a puppy, measure a full grown dog of the same breed instead.

    It's very easy to train the dog to use the door. After a couple of tries, the dog's natural instincts and needs will take care of the rest. During installation, if you have the financial means, try to get suggestions from a professional for he will have a better idea of the available options.

    For some people, dog doors means no interruptions when cooking, sleeping, or watching TV. They allow your dog to go to the yard by itself. When comparing dog doors, consider your dog's size above all.

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