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    The Pet Door: Helpful Information


    If you have a pet, you might be wondering how to make things easier for both you and the pet. Very often, pups are bought on an impulse because they're cute or because one of your children asks for one, and it isn't until later that you realize what it takes to have a dog.

    Dogs not only need food, they also need water, sun, shade, a place where to relieve themselves, and that's not counting their emotional needs. You might have heard that getting a pet door installed is a great way to make life easier for you while getting some of your pet's needs taken care of. Here are some things that you need to think about when you are deciding whether or not to install one of these doors.


    Pet doors are generally safe when installed correctly. There are some people that think that a burglar can break into their houses through a pet door, and in a few cases, they might not be too far from the truth. For instance, if your dog is a large breed, the pet door that you need to install for it might actually be big enough to let a human to try to use it to open the door. Fortunately, you can try the same trick yourself before buying the door; just use your arm and see how long you can stretch it through the trap door in an attempt to reach the approximate distance of your door knob. If your arm can reach the door knob, then that pet door is obviously not safe for you. For most cases, the smaller animals work best for safe pet doors.


    Another factor to consider when thinking about installing one of these doors is how useable it will be for your pet. Make sure that the pet door is big enough for your animal (future growth considered as well) and that the door isn't so heavy that the animal can't push it open.

    Some people buy a pup and then are surprised to learn the responsabilities they acquired as well. Fortunately, installing a pet door can help you take care of some of your pet's needs. You can get a pet door online or at most pet supply stores.

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