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  • Perfect Gift for Pet-Owners: Gift Cards!

    Do you have a friend or family member that is just really hard to buy gifts for? Do you usually default to typical gift cards to Starbucks, Target, or some clothing store? Well how about mixing it up with a gift card for a new pet door!

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    Posted on December 17, 2014 in Dog Doors

    Written by: Rachel Long

  • Should dogs wear sweaters?

    When layering sweaters and jackets to combat the cold weather, do you wonder if your pets might want their own warm clothing too? In some climates, bundling up your pooch might be a good idea when headed out on your walks! There are things to be careful about when dressing up your pets, but pet clothes can be a fun experience for all.
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    Posted on December 14, 2014 in Animal Lovers

    Written by: Rachel Long

  • Trade your old pet door for a NEW one!

    We want your old pet door! In return, we will send you a brand new version of whichever pet door you currently have. The only requirement? You've got to show us that your old pet door is the dirtiest, most used pet door out there!
    Do you have an old, grungy, and otherwise destroyed pet door? [...]

    Posted on December 9, 2014 in Dog Doors

    Written by: Rachel Long

  • 5 embarrassing things we do with our pets

    Pet selfies

    The fever for taking pictures of yourself and everything that surrounds you, namely coffee cups and handbags, has immortalized the most irrelevant scenes in the history of mankind through Instagram. This imminent need to document our lives with vintage filters and blurry backgrounds has served as a torture machine for countless dogs. I can’t [...]

    Posted on November 26, 2014 in Animal Lovers

    Written by: Nick Pullano

  • Dog/Human Look-Alikes

    Did you know that dogs actually do resemble their owners in most cases?
    The reason being that most people choose dogs they are familiar with. I think it is fair to assume that you are pretty familiar with your own face, so when choosing a dog you tend to go with one that looks familiar to [...]

    Posted on November 25, 2014 in Animal Lovers

    Written by: Vanessa Hall

  • Pet Doors for the Elderly Dog

    We get calls from quite a few customers that are trying to find a pet door for their senior pet. Some call that have never even owned a pet door, but because now their dog takes a certain type of medication they need to be let out much more frequently, often in the middle of [...]

    Posted on November 25, 2014 in Animal Lovers, Dog Doors, Patio Pacific, Pet Doors

    Written by: Kelsey Youmans

  • All This Dog Needed was a Haircut

    How many dogs get passed by every day at shelters because they aren't cute enough? There is no way of knowing, but the truth is it happens every day, at every shelter. A sad fact is that we often judge books by their covers even without knowing it! The best little dog in the world [...]

    Posted on November 25, 2014 in Animal Lovers

    Written by: Alexa Wolf

  • What is your dog really telling you??

    What is your dog really telling you?? Learn by their body language!
    Sometimes it’s hard to tell what your dog is trying to tell you. Besides barking, howling, or any other noise they may make, dogs use body language as primary way of telling you how they feel!
    Learning how to read your dog’s body language will [...]

    Posted on November 24, 2014 in Animal Lovers

    Written by: Paul Kan

  • Day in the Life of Loki

    Loki is a pretty lucky dog. Not only does he get to spend all day around people at the PetDoors.com office, but he also gets to spend a couple of hours a day hanging out with his big brothers at a horse ranch! He rarely has to stay home alone, but when he does he [...]

    Posted on November 24, 2014 in Animal Lovers, Office puppy diaries

    Written by: Rachel Long

  • The Truth about Spaying and Neutering

    Dear Readers,
    Today I’d like to discuss one of the most controversial subjects in dog ownership: Whether or not to spay or neuter your pet. This article aims to take a completely objective approach and breakdown / analyze the facts about the various health benefits / drawbacks, behavior changes, over population and general community observation. If [...]

    Posted on November 19, 2014 in Dog Doors

    Written by: Stephen Daily

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