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Electronic Pet Doors for Installation in Doors

This is the home page for all electronic dog and cat doors designed for installation in a door.

Read more about Electronic Pet Doors for Doors below >>

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There are three main reasons to get an 'electronic' or 'automatic' pet door

  • To let your pets in and out while keeping out neighborhood pets and other animals.
  • Keep one pet in, often a cat, while letting others out.
  • To improve security--a person can't get in either.

In addition to these, there are a few less common ones

  • To lock baby in while letting the pets out.
  • To prevent the wind blowing the pet door open--electronics are wind-proof.

If you haven't got one of these reasons, we recommend you select a manual pet door. It will be simpler, less expensive and more reliable.

Once you decide to get an electronic pet door, there are a whole set of issues to think about. We think you should take a look at our suggestions page first. It will give advice for the most common situations.

If you need additional collar keys, you'll find them at collar keys.  It's always a good idea to keep a spare handy in case of loss.

Some of the smaller sized ones--the "cat flaps"--will accept tunnel sections which enable installation through a wall. These tunnels sections, or "liners" are found at cat door tunnel sections.

If you're on this page because your flap is broken, don't replace the entire pet door! You can find a replacement flap for most cat flaps at flaps 'n parts.