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"They are well made and sturdy!"

By: Nannette Despain From UT

Miniature American Shepherd. Owns 20 dogs.
They are well made and sturdy!

Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars.
Review ID: 7691
Reviewed: 2014-01-26
"This door is an answer to my prayers"

By: Deborah Burgess From VA

Owns 14 dogs. Family pet. Competes.
My dogs were feasting on my Magnadors... This door is an answer to my prayers.

Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars.
Review ID: 9517
Reviewed: 2014-03-29
"Dogs were shy at first but then figured it out."

By: Lori Yotter From IL

Wire Fox Terrier. Owns 4 dogs. Competes.
Was easy to install. Dogs were shy at first but then figured it out.

Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars.
Review ID: 15202
Reviewed: 2014-11-04
Customer Review #25955

By: Mark Milbrath From ME

Owns 2 dogs. Family pet.
This is a high quality product. Very well constructed. I was actually surprised when I saw the thickness of the aluminum used to make the frame. This door worked perfect for my application, and if it ever wears out (which I doubt it will) I would buy the same door again!

Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars.
Review ID: 25955
Reviewed: 2015-12-29
Customer Review #28700

By: STACY TURNER From FL

Competes.
Built like a brick outhouse!

Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars.
Review ID: 28700
Reviewed: 2016-04-09
Customer Review #29748

By: Jeannette Rush From PA

Family pet.
They had no problem going in and out of this! They could never break this. So worth the money. If you can swing these doors I would, you can't go wrong! This is the best deal out there and this company is wonderful to work with. They answer you right away. The follow up on it as well. Shipping was fast. Thank you is all I can say.

Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars.
Review ID: 29748
Reviewed: 2016-05-28
"The quality is good"

By: Gail Tidwell From TX

Owns 2 dogs. Family pet.
The quality is good, except for the air gap on the sides, 1/16" and 1/8" on the bottom. It is very quiet. I already had the Big Gun Dog Door, which is very loud. I ended up modifying that one and sent the Easy Door back. This company is the best out of all my research, and their customer service is great as well. The Big Gun door is best for detached kennels. The Easy Door is best for your home. You can modify the Easy Door to minimize the air gaps. I just happened to have the noisy one already in place. We're doing fine!

Product Rating: 4 out of 5-stars.
Review ID: 11546
Reviewed: 2014-06-14
"I choose to have my current door refurbished rather than use the easy dog door."

By: Kathaleen Banta From GA

mixed. Family pet.
I returned the door because it did not fit into the opening that was cut for the previous door. I choose to have my current door refurbished rather than use the easy dog door.

Product Rating: 4 out of 5-stars.
Review ID: 12334
Reviewed: 2014-07-26
"This is a very sturdy door, and it is easy to install."

By: Barbara Watson From MD

Hunts. Family pet.
Good door. We had the snapping ones on all 4 kennels originally, but since the kennel is attached to house, we found them too noisy. We have now replaced them with easy door. We took off the metal weight. It was sharp with the bolts sticking out. The first one wore the hair off one Labrador's ear. They work fine without the weight, but high winds can blow them open a bit. We just got a 7 week old pup, and she mastered the door after one try. This is a very sturdy door, and it is easy to install.

Product Rating: 4 out of 5-stars.
Review ID: 13417
Reviewed: 2014-09-04
"The door was easy to install."

By: Robert Whitney From MT

Hunts.
The door was easy to install. My dog is still getting used to it. I would recommend this door to anyone.

Product Rating: 4 out of 5-stars.
Review ID: 21055
Reviewed: 2015-05-22
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Easy Pet Door by Gun Dog House Doors

Panel swings freely on it's hinge to allow easy access.

Easy Pet Door by Gun Dog House Doors


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As your dog goes in or out through the Gun Dog House Doors Easy Pet Door, the inner panel swings freely on it's hinge to allow easy access. Close tolerances mean less air infiltration than other free-swing pet door designs. The Easy Pet Door is recommended for older dogs and dogs that are timid or arthritic. All Gun Dog House Doors have a limited 10 year warranty that includes chewing.

Installing in a metal door? Get a Standard Metal Door Trim Kit.

Specifications:

  • Free swing springless design
  • 1/4" clear plexiglass flap
  • Die cast aluminum frame
  • 11" x 14 3/4" cut opening
  • 14" x 18" frame
  • Weighted closure
  • Made in the USA


  • Features:

  • Chew proof
  • Free-swinging no spring design operates almost silently
  • Weather protection
  • Easy to install
  • Manufacturer's 10 Year Warranty includes chewing





  • Heavy Duty Dog Door / Big Dog Door Wall INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

    Tools needed for installation:

  • Jigsaw
  • Drill with 1/2" drill bit
  • Phillips screwdriver
  • Square
  • Level

    Installing On a Wall: The Heavy Duty Dog Door and Big Dog Door are installed on the outside surface of a building, wall or door, etc.

    Step #1: Measure the belly height of your pet from ground level to his underside to find the correct height of the door opening. Bottom edge is usually 6" to 12". Do not mount flush to ground. For the Heavy Duty Dog Door cut the opening 12-1/2" wide x 17-1/2" high. For the Big Dog Door cut the opening 16-1/2" wide x 25-1/2" high.

    Step #2: If mounted on garage or house wall, frame the depth of the wall to form a tunnel through the wall. (Use 2" X 4" or 2" X 6" material.) If needed, add a least a 1/2" x 1 1/2" flat outside mounting surfacing.

    Step #3: Place door over opening and use the enclosed two 1 1/2" wood screws to hold door to opening.

    Step #4: Show dog how to use door. Your dog will learn to use your pet door almost at once, but there are a few which may be a little nervous at first. The most important rule is to be patient. Do not let the dog have a bad experience or it may become frightened.

    Most dogs can be trained to use a pet door in a matter of hours. Your dog will respond to encouragement, repetition and play in particular.

    Alternatively, use the door flap as part of a game - throw a ball through, for instance. As your dog responds to your encouraging calls, help it through the door, patting and congratulating it. Repeat the game several times, continually encouraging the animal with positive gestures and comments. Within a short time your dog will be totally familiar with its pet door and use it happily on its own.

    I have seven-week old lab pups that use these doors, naturally, your dog will learn too.

    Problems -- see Special Dog Training Instructions

    Installation Tips: Install 1/8" felt or rubber weather stripping on surface of building or door. Do not put rubber weather stripping on Gun Dog House Door. NOTE: If your door does not close at the bottom, the door is installed incorrectly. Unscrew door and move 1/4" lower. If there is a gap between top strap and upper door frame, move door 1/4" higher.





  • Heavy Duty Dog Door / Big Dog Door House or Garage Door INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

    Installing on a House or Garage Door:

    The Heavy Duty Dog Door and Big Dog Door are installed on the outside of a house door.

    Determine Height: To find correct height of the hole for your dog, measure the belly height of your pet. (Average installation is six to twelve inches.) Mark the height in pencil on one side of your door.

    Drilling and Cutting the Hole: The Heavy Duty Dog Door hole size is 12-1/2" x 17-1/2". For the Big Dog Door the hole size is 16-1/2" x 25-1/2". Drill one-half inch in each corner. Insert jigsaw into drill hole and cut out hole. If installing on a steel door, cut hole one-half inch larger, glue one quarter inch pine or cedar trim inside opening. If installed on a raised panel door, cut hole in center of door. Glue/caulk pine or cedar trim to cover styrofoam and install trim to inside/outside of door surface. If installing in a hollow core door, use four strips of wood the same width as the hollow between the panels in your door. Position the wood so that they are flush with the edges of the hole. Either glue, nail or screw the strips. Frame the outside/inside hole with (2) inch by (1/4) inch lengths. Again, either glue, nail or screw to door surface as the photos illustrate.

    Draw template/drill 1/2" holes. Opening 12-1/2" x 17-1/2" on the Heavy Duty Dog Door, 16-1/2" x 25-1/2" on the Big Dog Door.

    Cut raised panel door surface

    Use silicone caulking around trim kit for added insulation. To quiet door closing staple 5/8" window felt to sides and bottom.

    Installed door trim kit. Photo 6

    Jigsaw cutting to each (1/2") drilled corners.

    Steel door: Note hole is cut 1/2" larger to allow for 1/4" thick wood inserts. Opening 13" x 18" on the Heavy Duty Dog Door, 17" x 26" on the Big Dog Door.

    Frame the inside and outside of the hole on the door -- use 1/4" cedar or pine 2" wide.

    Heavy Duty Dog Door installed on a metal door.

    Show dog how to use door. Your dog will learn to use your pet door almost at once, but there are a few which may be a little nervous at first. The most important rule is to be patient. Do not let the dog have a bad experience or it may become frightened.

    Most dogs can be trained to use a pet door in a matter of hours. Your dog will respond to encouragement, repetition and play in particular.

    Alternatively, use the door flap as part of a game - throw a ball through, for instance. As your dog responds to your encouraging calls, help it through the door, patting and congratulating it. Repeat the game several times, continually encouraging the animal with positive gestures and comments. Within a short time your dog will be totally familiar with its pet door and use it happily on its own.

    I have seven-week old lab pups that use these doors, naturally, your dog will learn too.

    Problems -- see Special Dog Training Instructions.


    Country of Origin: Made in USA.


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