The PetSafe Large Wall Entry Door is easy to install in virtually any wall.
Imagine having your pet door installed behind a couch or in a utility room - out of sight but providing freedom for you and your pet.
The Large 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.
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.
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Posted by Unknown on Sep 14th 2015
I prevoisly had a Johnson door that radio fence bought out.I wish they had kept the same demensions.New one is a little smaller.Was able to fix.My dogs were use to only one flap but are getting use to the 2 and little smaller space.They don"t go charging through like before,a good thing.Happy with purchase.
Posted by Sally on May 27th 2015
The door was so easy to install and it is exactly what I wanted in a doggie door...double flaps with magnets and an insert for security. It is the perfect size for my pets and it is a carpet saver! This door was a great value. I searched Amazon and several other sites and they wanted an arm and a leg for theirs. I HIGHLY recommend Radio Fence. I am more than satisfied with my purchase. Thank you Radio Fence!
Posted by mjl on Oct 24th 2014
This door was relatively easy to install and took us no time at all to train our dog to use it. Found it here for about 2/3rds the price local stores wanted for it. Shipping was timely and packaged well.
Posted by Melinda on Oct 22nd 2014
I searched for this for awhile before taking a chance on ordering this one. I am totally happy with it...never installed something like this, but it wasn't too hard at all - measure twice, at least!! Ordered the large for our corgi - glad I didn't get the medium (it may have worked but would be a much tighter fit). Our dog loves it and bolts in and out of it frequently!! Double/weather flaps work great.
Works as advertised and I think it will hold up great. Highly recommend getting it!!
Posted by Matt ubie on Jul 4th 2014
This product is easy to install looks neat. Dog got used to it fairly quickly.
Posted by Dee Schmitt on Jun 27th 2014
we bought the medium doggie door that goes into a wall and we received it in record time. My hubby put the door into the wall in about an hour and after teaching our 2 dogs to go thru the plastic I don't know how we lived without it!!! It is a great product and fit into the wall perfectly and we do not have a problem with it at all. My dogs run in and out several times a day and if they could talk they would say they love it too. Thank you Radio Fence. I will recommend this company and buy from them again.
Posted by Unknown on Jun 19th 2014
Ordered this for my kitty. Delivery was quick - installation fairly easy. My kitty LOVES being able to go out now!
Posted by Bob on Apr 4th 2014
Not hard to install, works fing
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.
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.
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