Give your pet a key to the house! With the PetSafe Small Electronic Pet Door you can let your pet come and go but still lock out unwanted visitors.
Using radio-frequency technology, the SmartDoor reads the unique signal of a SmartKey worn on your pet's collar and triggers the battery power-driven flap to unlock. When the SmartDoor no longer senses your pet's SmartKey, the flap automatically locks back into place. Animals without the SmartKey are not able to enter. You may have a total of 5 SmartKeys in use at one time.
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.
Posted by Greg on Apr 18th 2016
Hoped it would take care of my pet problem, but I've found it less then reliable. It keeps opening and closing on its own, and is inconstant when opening for the dog. I've tried several times to adjust it but I keep having problems.
Occasionally, interference can occur if the door is near large metal objects. If this is the case, try moving the door to a different location if possible. If all else fails, please give us a call at 1-800-941-4200 and we will try to troubleshoot the problem.
Posted by Robin S on Apr 9th 2013
I ordered the Pet Safe Radio door for my cat(s) I have one that's not allowed out and one that is, and I have a raccoon problem! I needed a selective door. My outdoor cat isn't very skittish, but the door scared him a bit, but with a little coaxing with food, and opening the door for him at first he got the hang of it. Going outside is tricky and he still hesitates ( after only a week) because when the door opens it moves a little and touched his face, and makes a noise, but my last cat door was magnetic and it made noise too, but if I leave him and he wants out bad enough he'll use the door. We used to let him out, so the cat is still waiting for his doorman ( us) to let him out, which we have stopped altogether. He has no trouble coming inward at all. I would recommend this , but not for shy cats. I worry a little though because the door stays open about 6- 10 seconds after my pet goes in or out. I would still buy it even with the above comments.
Posted by Unknown on Mar 24th 2013
We live in the mountains and there are all kind of raccoon's and pests around. I had to idea that you could get pet doors that kept them out while letting your pet in and out! This has worked well so far, no issues and my dog uses it fine, and no mice or raccoon's or anything like that!
Posted by HotRod Jim on Oct 18th 2011
"trouble-shooting directions very helpful
easy to follow. My door hung up one time,
and I followed the instructions. Bingo! problem solved. Hasn't happened again. Thanx
Posted by Rufus the Red on Oct 18th 2011
The door installed well and has endured a gaggle of boisterous dogs for 5 years in the Colorado heat, dryness and blizzards without fail. The flaps take a beating but last a long time - this is my first replacement purchase. My pets LOVE it and use it even when the "big door" is open wide next to it. They fly through it and stand in it and sleep next to it. The only drawback is that the flaps' magnets hold up and let air in so I have to check it. Also, it would be nice to have a lock hook to put on the wall beam and door cover and wider slides to secure the large size hole (which a person can squeeze through) with a padlock in the event security from invaders is preferred, as in the case of vacations, etc. Sometimes it's noisy in a quiet night, but then I just put the cover on. Other than that, this door has been a godsend! Thank you :)