What is one thing that can happen in your office that will instantly make everything better? Dogs. Dogs in the office, I mean. Bringing dogs to work is both fun and beneficial for the health of your company! Continue reading
Choosing a Pet Door
It can be intimidating when choosing a new pet door. There are pet doors that are better than others based on the situation. Depending on your needs, you might want to spend a bit more on a high quality pet door that will last for your pet’s entire lifetime (and then some), or you might need a quick fix for a temporary situation. If you’re installing a pet door through your garage, you might have different concerns than if you’re installing one in your living room, too! Continue reading
Lyme disease can be a devastating illness in people, and our pets are at risk too. If your pets go outside, or you take your dogs hiking, the risk is even greater for both of you. Ticks bite humans, dogs, cats and horses alike! Continue reading
We have another great cookie recipe for you to try out for your pooch! Our doggies loved these cookies, and they were so much fun to decorate. You can modify the recipe very easily to create different flavors, too!
Not all dogs are made the same. Some are brown, some are white. Some have spots, some have stripes. Some are small and some are big…really big.
Since all dogs aren’t built the same – it would make sense that all dog doors don’t come built the same either. Great Dane owners might not be able to get away with the same doggie doors that cater to Chihuahuas and Yorkies. But not all pet stores are able to cater to the needs of all dogs – it takes a retailer with a large catalog and large heart to cater to the needs of Large Dogs as well as breeds with higher populations. Continue reading
Have you ever considered getting a pet door for your dog or cat, then decided against it? Why? Some of the concerns of installing a doggie door involve security of the home against intruders or damaging a rental home. Pet doors have come a long way since they were first commercialized in the 1950’s, and there are now temporary options that can fit in a sliding glass door or window. Of course, you must have a safe, enclosed yard for your pets. Safety of your beloved furry family members always comes first! Continue reading
Are you looking for a fun treat to make for your dog this winter? There’s nothing like the guilt you feel when you’re baking delicious smelling chocolate chip cookies and your dog looks at you with those eyes that ask “where are mine?”
We’re at it again! Guessing Loki’s DNA results was so much fun we decided to run the test for his buddy Mav. Mav is a dopey, goofy, awkward, fearful and hilarious boy! His favorite things are Loki, little dogs, and coming to the office. He’s about 65 pounds and 7 years old. Can you figure out which breeds make up this giant goofball? You could get up to 50% off of an Endura Flap pet door! Be sure to read some fun facts about Mav to get a better idea of his personality.
Information about how to submit your guesses is at the bottom of the page! Update! Find out the answer at the bottom of the page!
October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month! According to the ASPCA, approximately 7.6 million companion animals enter shelters nationwide every year; 3.9 million of these animals are dogs! Unfortunately, these dogs don’t all find homes and it is estimated that 1.2 million dogs are euthanized annually. That is about 31% of dogs that enter a shelter who never find their forever home! At PetDoors.com we strongly support the work of shelters and rescue organizations and all people who choose to save the life of a deserving pet. Contact us about our Rescue Program and we can help you bring in extra donations for your local shelter! You can email firstname.lastname@example.org. Continue reading
What makes a cat door different than a dog door? Technically, nothing! But cat doors are usually rigid flaps, and of course are smaller in size than dog doors. Cats can use dog doors, and tiny dogs can use cat doors, it just depends on sizing!