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The blog post is both funny and informative, and tells the story of how the dogs figured out what hidden goodies the cats left in the litter box. (Yuck! LOL!)
Nowadays, the litter box resides in a closet, where the cats can get to it through the PlexiDor, but the dogs have to stay outside, because they're too big to go through.
Houndgirl.com writes about the PlexiDor on the other side of the spectrum: Extra Large.
She says, "We live in Texas and the heat can be well over 100 degrees several months out of the year and with our old dog door I could feel the money flying right out the door. Every time she would go in or out the flap wore down or would swing several times till it closed, even when it was closed it wasn’t a tight seal."
Problem solved. Read her blog to see the full details of her PlexiDor experience!
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The website cheapisthenewclassy.com has also tried a PlexiDor. They answer a question many customers bring up: can a small pet really use a large door? This is a common concern since many household have dogs and cats, or large dogs as well as small dogs.
They have a medium door, and compared to their Chihuahua it looks gigantic. They write, "Puppy Mister was hopping back and forth through the door in minutes. He is only 4 pounds, so if he is strong enough to get the door open, I am sure that your little fur babies can too. No problem."
|Puppy Mister from c|
Waywarddogs.com have the PlexiDor Electronic. This door is automatic, and it only opens for pets with a key.
This review also focuses on some common questions. Like, "What if the door closes and the dog is still in the opening?" It's a fair and reasonable question. Especially since some dogs used to dog doors like to lie down and look out with their head out the door and their butt still in the room.
They write, "The PlexiDor has a sensor so it knows if there's a dog or something else blocking it. I tested the door with several objects, including my own wrist. It doesn't press down very hard, and if it hits a foreign object more than a few times, it freezes open and beeps like crazy."
|Luke from waywarddogs.com|
Do you have a pet door? Do you like it? Why, or why not? =)
~ Maria Sadowski ~