On Tue, 06 Jul 2010 14:58:38 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Yeah, I could end up doing that if it's needed; there's space for it
where the current doggie door is.
Anyone know where to get the door material from? I could make a door if I
knew where to get sheets of the clear rubber stuff from - couple of flaps
of that, a little metal trim on the bottom, some kind of brush trim,
magnets, wood frame etc.
I built a 20x20' kennel on the back of the house where the house doggie
door comes out; forming part of the back wall of the kennel is an old
well shed that we don't use for anything, so it might make a nice outside
covered space for the dogs. I could run power to it, put a heat lamp in
etc., but I don't fancy spending another $100 on another door :-)
Not the answer you wanted; the door I'm describing is even more
expensive ($400). I installed one of these for a client. It's an
electric door activated by a magnetic collar on the pet. Opens a clear
acrylic panel vertically to let the pet in or out. Keeps the weather
pretty much out. Pretty cool solution, but not cheap.
The fashion in killing has an insouciant, flirty style this spring,
with the flaunting of well-defined muscle, wrapped in flags.
my concern if you live where extreme weather could endager your pet a
door malfunction could kill them.
Thats why I have 2 seperate doggie doors, poodles are small and could
freeze to death in winter sometimes zero degrees.
Its not a issue currently with hoighs in the 90s.
my dogs are smart they mostly stay indoors in the AC when its hot like
On Wed, 07 Jul 2010 04:37:08 -0700, email@example.com wrote:
Have you tested what happens if one door sticks? One of our dogs is
intelligent about some things and completely stupid about others - I
could imagine her just standing outside the stuck door until she froze,
even if the other one was working!
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