PetDoors Blog

  • How to Stop Dogs from Chewing Pet Door Flaps

    Picture this: You’ve spent weeks selecting the perfect pet door for your home—choosing the right brand, measuring your pet—the whole nine yards. Y...
  • A Guide to Cat Flap and Dog Door Training

    Already bought a pet door? Your pet is one step closer to freedom! Now, they just need to learn how to use their new door. We may not be dog traine...
  • Top 3 Reasons Why Your Pet Isn't Using Your Pet Door

    A pet door can be the perfect solution for busy pet owners and active pets. When pets are able to let themselves out, a range of issues are solved. The result is more independence for both the pet and the owner. Some of the benefits of pet doors include: • No longer having to schedule and plan around letting the pet out • No more sudden wake-ups in the middle of the night • Fewer messes to clean up in the home • More freedom and more exercise for pets While all those benefits sound great, some pets take to pet doors much more easily than others. Pet door problems and lack of use can happen for a variety of reasons. Here are some of the most common: