Hale Standard Patio Pet Door for Sliding Glass Doors


  • One of the best made panels on the market
  • Robust aluminum frame houses dual pane glass
  • Custom made for any door up to 96"
  • Dual pane glass and double flaps keep your home energy efficient year round
  • Comes in 4 color choices and 11 flap sizes to fit any pet perfectly

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Hale Standard Patio Pet Door for Sliding Glass Doors

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  • One of the best made panels on the market
  • Robust aluminum frame houses dual pane glass
  • Custom made for any door up to 96"
  • Dual pane glass and double flaps keep your home energy efficient year round
  • Comes in 4 color choices and 11 flap sizes to fit any pet perfectly
Flap SizeFlap Dimension2Step
Stock No
Small5 1/2" w x 7 1/2" h1"01HS01
Small Medium6 1/2" w x 9 1/2" h1"01HS02
Medium8 1/2" w x 12 1/2" h1"01HS03
Tall Medium8 1/2" w x 16" h1" or 5"01HS04
Large11" w x 16" h1" or 5"01HS05
Tall Large11" w x 19 1/2" h1" or 5"01HS06
Tall Large Plus11" w x 23 1/2"1" or 5"01HS07
Extra Tall Large11" w x 27 1/2" h1" or 5"01HS08
Extra Large14" w x 19 1/2" h1" or 5"01HS09
Extra Large Plus14" w x 23 1/2" h1" or 5"01HS10
Giant15 1/2" w x 27 1/2" h1" or 5"01HS11

Adjustment Ranges:  

Up to 82"
Over 82" to 96" (Additional Cost)

You can estimate the panel width by adding 4" to your desired flap width.

1 Step Over is the height of the flap above the base of the pet door. We suggest that flap height + 'step over'
should about equal pet shoulder height. 
These dimensions are approximate within 1/2".
2 The overall width is equal to flap width plus 4".

** Special Deal - Purchase a Bug Warden with any Hale Panel and get a 20% discount on the Bug Warden.
Great idea if you want ventilation through your slider on warm days.  The discount shows up in your cart.

The Hale "Standard" Patio Pet Door for Sliding Glass Doors

Hale is patterned after Pet-Eze Deluxe 81

The first really high quality patio panel pet door on the market was released by the Pet Eze company in the 1970's. This door, eventually called the 'Deluxe 81', required tools including a hacksaw for installation. But it was a beautiful product. Hale Pet Doors (formerly Hale Security Pet Doors) has essentially copied the Deluxe 81 in many respects but added their own flap assembly and locking cover in creating their Standard Patio Pet Door.

Installation (see detailed instruction sheet below)

Installation requires cutting the top of the panel and an 'adapter channel' with a hacksaw. Then the panel is fastened into the track with sheet metal screws. This 'semi-permanent' installation is required because the built-in locking mechanism mates to the 'adapter channel' that mounts to the edge of the pet door with sheet metal screws. This 'adapter channel', which also must be shortened with a hacksaw to fit, performs two functions. First, it provides something for the lock to mate to. Second, it provides a very good, air-tight seal down the full length of the sliding glass door.

Great "King Starboard" locking cover

King Starboard® is used in marine applications as well as security and other industrial applications and is designed to stand up to the harshest weather conditions. It is environmentally stabilized for harsh sun and will not rot, sweat, splinter or de-laminate when exposed to humidity or water. Its durable matte-textured surface on both sides is easy to clean and never needs refinishing. It has even passed the Federal Motor Vehicle Standard 302 fire test required for use in motor vehicles, including motor homes. This security cover will be included in a color designed to match the frame color you have chosen for your pet door.

High performance flap assembly

Most exciting, Hale has included a double flap for improved insulation value. This flap assembly consists of two flaps, both fully weather stripped as in the other Hale pet doors, and both with magnets to stand up against wind. The dead air-space between the two flaps provides for better insulation than a single flap alone.

We need two bits of information from you to order this Hale patio panel

This information is requested by the shopping cart:

  • Carefully measure your track height. Hale will build the panel to any height (that's why it takes so long) but they need a correct measurement to begin with.
  • Also, be sure you've indicated which direction your sliding door closes when on the inside looking out. Hale will mount the panel lock for you and it is not reversible.

Return Policy

Because these pet doors are built custom to your specification, returns will be allowed a 50% credit toward the purchase of a different Hale Pet Door.

There are quite a few details that might be important for you to think about in purchasing any panel pet door

  • Begin with key points to get a quick overview of the most important issues.
  • Then study the comparison chart and read the information on the patio panel FAQ page which cover the fine points of patio pet doors.
  • All Hale pet doors come standard with "polar" flaps--a vinyl that is more flexible in cold weather than "regular" vinyl.
  • Very flexible 'training' flaps may be ordered for pets who are initially resistant to pushing through the regular flaps.
  • Important: Hale 'Standard' panels are not recommended for Anderson or Pella brand sliding glass doors.


Allow about three weeks for shipping from the factory plus 1-5 days transit time to you (Ground Delivery Only).

Customer Reviews

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  • Would buy again review by dogmom
    5 5 Would buy again

    Allows me the freedom of leaving home for hours knowing that Indie will be comfortable...and most people don't even notice the flap in our sliding patio doors.

    (Posted on 9/3/2016)

  • Ok... But needed major retrofitting review by Babs
    5 3 Ok... But needed major retrofitting

    I was excited to purchase this door because I have two giant Great Danes who need a good door... Have had the bifold doors in solid wood doors for years and hoped this would be as good... But what happened was we needed a door company to come out and fit it properly in the opening and put proper wether strip in place. After Two months I think we got it! Wish it was available in two sided different colors... Ie. bronze one one side and white on the other...

    (Posted on 11/23/2013)

Weight 49.0000
Manufacturer Hale Pet Door
Your Maximum Pet Size Cats, Large Cats, Small Dogs, Medium Dogs, Large Dogs, X-Large Dogs
Climate Suitability Severe-4 Season
Sealing Value High
Wind Resistance High
House Locking Method Adds Lock Between Slider and Pet Door
Frame Material Heavy Extruded Aluminum
Custom Heights Available Yes
Can Fit Sideways Sliding Windows Yes
Track Width Minimum 1"
Tools Required For Installation Yes.
Insulation Value High
Possible to Add Additional Magnets for Greater Wind Resistance Yes
Flap Material Vinyl
Flap Design Double, One Part , Flexible, Thin Flap
Flap Colors Clear
High Aspect Ratio Yes
Flap Thickness 1/8"
Locking Cover Material Polycarbonate
Can Be Installed In Dual Pane Glass Sliding Glass Door, Sideways Sliding Windows, Single Pane Glass Sliding Glass Door
Dual or Single Pane Dual Pane
“Draft Stopper” Included to Seal Stationary & Sliding Panel Overlap Yes
Warranty Period 5 years limited
Return Period 30 days
Manufacturer's Restocking Fee 50% toward cost of other Hale product

INSTALLING the Hale "Standard" Patio Pet Door for Sliding Glass Doors

Read Complete Instructions before Beginning

What you will need:

    • Tape measure
    • Hack-saw
    • Electric Drill
    • 1/64" drill bit (Included)
    • #2 Phillips head screwdriver
    • #6 sheet metal screws (Included)

Parts lists:

  • Insert panel unit
  • Lock strip
  • Lock unit
  • Vinyl draftstopper
  • Drill bit
  • Screws

1. Clean the glass in your patio door.

Clean the glass overlap before you install.  After installation, you'll have to remove the patio panel to get at that glass for cleaning.

2. Decide if you want your insert panel on the sliding side or the stationary side of your sliding glass door.

It's easier to install on the sliding glass door side, but you may have to move alarm sensors if present. Installing on the stationary side will also allow you to continue to use a keyed lock as you exit the house through your sliding glass door. 

3. Only if you are installing on the stationary side

You'll need to figure out how to unfasten the sliding glass door as they are not all held in place the same way.  Look for securing screws or brackets.  It's also possible that silicone caulking has been used to improve the seal.

4. Measure the door frame height inside the track very top to very bottom.

5. Mark the side rails of your insert panel and cut them to length using a jig saw with a metal-cutting blade. A hacksaw will work.  Be sure to leave clearance so the panel can clear the rail wall and get into the track.

6. Place the panel into the track and see if it fits.

If installing on the stationary side, close the stationary panel up against the pet door and check for air gaps. If installing on the slid ing glass door side, close the slider up tight against the pet door panel and again check for air gaps. Any air gaps between the edge of the sliding glass door and the pet panel will be covered when the lock strip is installed.

If you see any air gaps you can close them by leaning the insert panel one way or the other. Alternatively, your sliding glass door probably has an adjustment on the leading wheel and by adjusting that wheel you can tilt the sliding door to better fit against the pet panel.

If necessary,  apply foam-type weather strip (available at a hardware store) to the side rail of your pet door panel.

7. The insert panel should be held tightly against the door jamb lip to allow you to drill holes and screw the pet panel in place

If there is not enough of a lip to drill through, the pet panel can be fastened in place with silicone caulk.

The side rails of your pet panel are notched at the bottom so it can straddle the wheel track in the door jamb, but it does not have to do so! You might need to set the pet panel on top of the wheel track in order to pull it tight enough to fasten it to the jamb lip.

8. Once you are satisfied with the placement of your insert panel, it is time to screw it into place.

Use #6 sheet metal screws. Do not place the screws close to the glass. If a screw hits the pet door glass or the sliding glass door glass it will break. glass

9. If you are installing on the stationary side skip this step

The lock strip will be screwed to the leading edge of your slider. Be very careful installing the screws. If a screw hits glass the glass will break. The latch bar which mates to the lock on the pet panel must face the inside of the house.

11. Apply the vinyl weather strip (included) to the back edge of the slider or the front edge of the stationary panel.

This will eliminate any gaps created by overlapping glass.

Q: I have a Hale Single Flap door, which flap mount should I choose, inside or outside?

A: For a Hale pet door single flap, you should select the outside flap.

Q: Why is looking from the inside important when installing the Hale Standard?

A: The doggy door for sliding door lock is mounted when you order based upon which direction your door is going to close and it is NOT reversible. Since the return policy on this Hale custom door panel is pretty strict you want to make sure that it's right the first time.

Q: What is the return policy for the Hale Standard?

A: These dog doors are all built custom to your specifications, so returns will be allowed a 50% credit toward the purchase of a different Hale dog door.

Q: Does the Hale Standard have a locking mechanism when installed in a sliding door?

A: Yes, the panel comes with a locking mechanism that can be attached to your slider. The mechanism provided to lock your sliding glass door to the panel can be installed on the left or right depending on how your slider is configured. It consists of a lock mounted on the doggy door and a bracket mounted on the sliding glass door with sheet metal screws. With this the dog door would have to be semi-permanently installed. Alternatively, you can purchase a Charley Bar for added security.

It also comes with a locking cover for the flap if you need to close off the opening for the pet.

Q: Does the Hale Standard Patio Pet Door utilize double flaps?

A: Yes there are double flaps, and there are multiple magnets and weather stripping to help with insulation. If you need to buy Hale replacement flaps, you will need to purchase two because they are sold individually. One as an inside mount and one as an outside mount.

Q: How do I decide which direction my slider closes?

A: This needs to be done while you are on the inside of the house looking out. You do need to specify whether your slider closes to the left or to the right so that they can mount the lock correctly.

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Hale Pet Door 5 Year Limited No Fault Warranty

(All parts-including flaps-and labor)

Thank you for doing business with Hale Pet Door™.  We are sure you will receive years of excellent service with your purchase.  If the product does not meet your expectations, please contact our office for return authorization and return it within 30 days of purchase for a full refund of the purchase price.  Be sure to pack the product well as we can only give 50% credit for a damaged pet door.

HSPD Manufacturing, Inc. guarantees and warrants, subject to the conditions and restrictions stated below, that the Hale Pet Door™ products and component parts thereof, purchased from HSPD Manufacturing, Inc. shall be free from any defects in materials and workmanship.  The warranty period for all Hale Pet Door™ model pet doors is effective from the date of purchase and extends to the anniversary date marking the end of the fifth year.  We agree to exchange or repair at our expense, F.O.B. our plant or warehouse any unit found to be defective in workmanship and/or material, subject to plant inspection. (See notes A and B below)

1st year – 100% of all parts and labor
2nd year – 50% of all parts and labor
3rd year – 40% of all parts and labor
4th year – 30% of all parts and labor
5th year – 20% of all parts and labor

This warranty does not include shipping to HSPD Manufacturing, Inc. or any field service labor unless the product was installed by Hale Pet Door™.

A-Glass Breakage:  We use fully tempered glass of the greatest quality and strength available for each application.  It also meets or exceeds all safety glazing laws and codes in the United States.  Even tempered glass will break on occasion, but it is very rare.  When there is a breakage of glass for whatever reason, within the FIRST YEAR, we will replace the unit for 50% of the current total price. There is no warranty on glass after the first year.

B-Parts Damaged by Misuse or Neglect:  HSPD Manufacturing, Inc. will pay 20% of the cost of the current list price of parts and labor.  No reimbursement shall be greater than the price of the replacement part. 

C-Omni Oversize Panels: This application is not recommended.  Therefore, we will only warranty 50% of the cost of the panel for the first year.  However, the pet door itself is covered per our standard warranty.

HSPD Manufacturing, Inc. will credit 50% towards the cost of a replacement Hale Pet Door that was damaged due to mis-cutting, mis-measuring or any other damage due to no fault of HSPD Manufacturing, Inc.  HSPD Manufacturing, Inc. will not accept any responsibility beyond 50% if damage is due to no fault of HSPD Manufacturing, Inc.