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PetSafe Wall Entry Door

Retail Price:
$159.99
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$59.95 (You save $100.04)
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Product Description

Easy to install pet door for your wall. Imagine a pet door installed behind a couch or in a utility room - out of sight but providing freedom for you and your pet.

The Wall Entry Pet Door is designed especially for wall installation and can be installed in interior or exterior wall materials 4-3/4" to 7-1/4" thick, including siding, stucco, and even brick. Place it anywhere you have a clear inside and outside wall area, from the garage, kitchen, mudroom, anywhere!

Double flap construction with adjustable sill and extra strong magnets ensures excellent insulation factor. Durable aluminum frame. Includes a non-rusting locking closing panel. The PetSafe Wall Dog Door gives your Dog the freedom he deserves.

Features:

  • Flap Opening Sizes:
    • Small: 5 1/4" W x 7 1/2" H - For pets up to 12 pounds
    • Medium: 8 1/4" W x 11 1/4" H - For pets up to 40 pounds
    • Large: 10 3/8" W x 15 3/8" H - For pets up to 100 pounds
  • Fits walls 4 3/4" to 7-1/4" Thick
  • Easy do-it-yourself installation kit
  • Aluminum frame with durable plastic telescoping tunnel
  • Slide-in closing panel included
  • Telescoping tunnel to accommodate both 2"x 4" and 2"x 6" construction
  • Double flap construction ensures excellent insulation
  • Durable, Rust Proof Aluminum Frame
  • Owners Manual

Pet Door Sizing Chart:

Please use the guidelines listed below to select the proper size door for your pet. You should select a door that is appropriate for the largest pet that will be using the pet door.

Pet Door Sizing Chart

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Product Reviews

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  1. Dog door

    Posted by Bob on Apr 4th 2014

    Not hard to install, works fing


  2. Some handy work may be required, not the best luck here

    Posted by David on Feb 20th 2014

    I've ordered literally thousands of things online and rebuilt my own house so for starters, I get how things work, and should work, right out the gate. I also know a thing about shipping and fabrication.

    The first rule in shipping a product is never ship it in its retail box. The retail box is not fortified enough for shipping if dropped or if significant pressure is applied. In my case, I bought two and they were taped together, making it a larger handing item. They were dropped on a corner during shipping or in inventory handling.

    Buying two gave me a great way to compare the extent of damage between the two. Aside for the crack that ran clean through the tunnel part, the aluminum frame was pushed in which torqued the screws that are screwed into the soft plastic back frame. This stretched the plastic making the screws that it comes with it too small to hold the frame securely. My take here is that this piece should not come assembled, It takes 30 seconds to attach it and it would have preserved the soft plastic holes. With the screws it came with, my dog easily pushed it almost completely off by just grazing it.

    I replaced the stock screws with larger ones and layered the inner plastic in a way to minimize the visible damage. "So why didn't you just exchange it, you dummy?" Answer: I just made two big holes in my new stucco wall and decided it would be best to repair the doggie door, beef up the stock parts and move on. Either way, I had work to do.

    So the product could have been made stronger considering you have a ridged metal frame screwed into soft plastic and shipped better so to avoid common handling damage. In summary, "Was each door worth $100?" Not even close. I'd say the correct price point would be $59.99 for the 100lb dog wall door. The whole thing could have been made with aluminum parts and rubber seals for $100.

    Take what you can out of this but my case is not typical. These things seem to cost a lot no matter where you get them. But as a product intended to be fixed to a exterior house wall for any number of years, it needs to be ready for it.


  3. Good looking pet wall entry

    Posted by Carter on Dec 14th 2013

    It was easy to install with good instructions. It does take time to train the pet as they are not used to the double flaps.


  4. Just what we needed

    Posted by Unknown on Nov 12th 2013

    This door is just what we needed to make our dogs happy. They can come and go as they please. Easy to install. Delivery time was a little slow.


  5. great product great price

    Posted by Unknown on Oct 14th 2013

    Fairly easy to install, and our dog loves it.


  6. This product is awesome!

    Posted by Jake's Dad on Sep 7th 2013

    I had this door installed in my kitchen wall (vinyl siding on the outside) and my dog loves it. I've only had it for 2 weeks or so but so far so great.


  7. Love the pet door

    Posted by dusty on Jun 20th 2013

    "We installed the door in our Kitchen wall. Looks very nice. I especially like the tunnel look. Our Labs/Shepards love it. Even our Chihuahua doesn't have any trouble getting in and out.
    Thank you for a fine product."


  8. Perfect pet doors for if you don't have a back door!

    Posted by Unknown on May 26th 2013

    We don't have a back door but we have a garage, and this is the perfect pet door for us. We can let our guy out though the garage now! It is great now that it is installed and a great quality. I'm a happy pet owner!


  9. Great doggy door

    Posted by Unknown on May 14th 2013

    This wall entry door was perfect for the 7 inch wall we had to cut into for the door. It works great.


  10. Great door

    Posted by Unknown on Mar 20th 2012

    This door is great for one of my dogs...I wish it was just a little wider..about a inch..my other dog is a little broader and can't fit...The next size was way to big...


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