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PetSafe Wall Entry Aluminum Pet Door

by Petsafe
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

List Price: CDN$ 149.99
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Product Features

  • Flap Size: 8-1/4-Inch W x 1101/4: H
  • Outer Frame Size: 12-1/4-Inch W x 17-1/8-Inch H
  • Closing security panel is included
  • Flexible, non-toxic flap
  • For pets up to 40 lb


Product Details


Product Description

From Amazon.ca


PetSafe Wall Entry Aluminum Pet Door

When you get home after a long day, you want to relax on the couch. When your favorite television show is on, you don’t want to miss a moment. Sit back and relax. PetSafe’s Wall Entry Aluminum Pet Door will let your pet control her own schedule.

Picture a door in your utility room instead of your front or back door. Put it in your pet’s favorite spot behind the couch to give her easy access outside. It can also be used between rooms to give your pet her own entry to the bedroom from the hall way when your door is closed. The Wall Entry Aluminum Pet Door gives you the flexibility to install it in a more discreet area than traditional cat doors or dog doors.

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Installation is easy:

Anyone with a few DIY skills can install a Wall Entry Aluminum Pet Door in a few hours. After you determine the location for the pet door, find the studs in the area. Locate the center between the two studs, and trace the included template where you want the pet door. Remove the template and cut out the hole in your wall. Then, follow the same process on the outside of the wall. After cutting the openings, install and attach the interior and exterior frames. You are now ready to train your pet. A more detailed installation guide is included and video support for installation of the door is available.

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Training your pet:

Teaching your pet to use the door is very simple. You can temporarily tape both flaps up and talk your pet into going through. Encourage your pet with a treat or toys. It works best if you are on one side of the door and your pet is on the other. If she will not go through the door, do not force her. Wait for her to go on her own and reward her with praise when she does.

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Sizes to fit any pet:

Wall Entry Aluminum Pet Doors come in three separate sizes to fit any and every pet. The small Wall Entry Aluminum Pet Door is best for pets up to 15 lbs., while the medium sized door is suggested for animals between 16 and 40 lbs. The large door works for pets up to 100 lbs. Each may be installed in interior or exterior wall materials 4 3/4” to 7 1/4" thick. A Wall Extension Tunnel can be purchased separately for installation in thicker walls up to 12”, such as brick.

Product Features:

  • Double-flap system insulates for energy efficiency
  • Easy do-it-yourself kit complete with instructions makes installing your pet door simple.
  • Aluminum frame with durable plastic telescoping tunnel fits wall thickness 4 3/4” to 7 1/4".
  • Additional purchase of an extension tunnel allows for installation in wall thickness up to 12".
  • Slide-in Closing Panel included to use when you do not want your pet to use the door.

Three sizes help owners find the right door for their pet.

  • Small (Pets up to 15 lbs)

- Cut-out size: 6 3/8”w x 10 1/16”h
- Outer frame: 9 1/4"w x 13”h
- Flap opening: 5 1/4" x 7 1/2"h

  • Medium (Pets between 16 and 40 lbs.)
  • - Cut-out size: 9 9/16”w x 14 5/16”h
    - Outer frame: 12 1/4”w x 17 1/8”h
    - Flap opening: 8 1/4"w x 11 1/4"h

  • Large (Pets between 40 and 100 lbs)
  • - Cut-out size: 11 7/16”w x 18 1/8”h
    - Outer frame: 14 1/4"”w x 21 1/16”h
    - Flap opening: 10 3/8”w x 15 3/8”h

    What’s in the box:

    • 1 PetSafe Wall Entry Aluminum Pet Door with flaps (small, medium, or large)
    • 1 Closing Panel
    • 8 drywall screws
    • 1 Center Locator
    • 8 washers
    • 8 Toggle Bolts
    • 1 Cutting Template
    • 1 Installation Guide

    Product Description

    Wall Entry Aluminum Pet Door Medium


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    5.0 out of 5 stars PETS SAFE AND PEOPLE SATISFIED! June 9 2014
    Verified Purchase
    WE HAVE MANY CATS AND DOGS SO IT IS A NON STOP TRIP TO THE DOOR TO EITHER LET SOMEONE OUT OR BACK INSIDE. HAVING THE DOOR LEFT AJAR BECOMES A NEW ISSUE WITH THE FLYING PESTS THAT TAKE OVER OUR HOME AND END UO DRIVING US
    "BUGGIE!". THIS LET DOOR IS WONDERFUL AND THE PETS AND US LOVE IT! IT WAS EASY TO INSTALL AND EVERYONE WITH FOUR LEGS COULD NOT BE HAPPIER!
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Great Product Sept. 10 2013
    By HS
    Verified Purchase
    I really like this product. We are renovating our house and decided to put in a larger cat door for my big butted cat. We put it in the wall and it wasn't that hard to figure out. My cats have been going through a single flap door and I was worried about the double flaps, but no problems at all. My big boy (20 plus lbs) doesn't have to squeeze himself through a normal sized cat door. It also has a door to lock them in at night, which is one of the things I looked for. It was a good price and I received it very quickly. I do recommend this product for anyone thinking about putting a pet door in the wall.
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Pet Door Feb. 8 2013
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    I don't know who loves it more the dogs or the owners. Our dogs love being able to let themselves out
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    Amazon.com: 4.1 out of 5 stars  451 reviews
    111 of 113 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars This is a vast improvement. April 26 2008
    By P. Thomas - Published on Amazon.com
    Verified Purchase
    Pros: Great weather seal. Easy Install. Less Cleaning.
    Cons: One dog hesitates going through the double door.

    I purchased this dog door when I was fixing up my house. It was highly recommended by a friend who was a contractor.

    Previously, I had modified a Petsafe in-door dog door to go through the wall and was having problems with bees and outside air.

    This unit did not need any modifications to go through the wall. I did not need to trim the wall hole on the outside or inside. It went in like a dream.

    The new door has an inside and an outside seal. I do not have air loss when the door is closed. The plastic doors do not show all the dog drool and slobber like the old door.

    The dog door also has an internal lock. I didn't think that this was very useful, until I was reading the paper about kids breaking into to homes through dog doors. I have since used the lock feature.

    Our golden retriever uses it without any hesitation. I am not even sure that he can tell the difference. My whippet is a little more cautious when using the new door. It is really two doors in one unit. She does not mind the first door, but is bugged by the second one. But, she still uses the door.

    Next on the dog upgrade list is a covering over the kennel.
    68 of 70 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars wall doggie door April 14 2011
    By nelson - Published on Amazon.com
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    I ordered this door to install myself.

    The installation requires some knowledge of carpentry as you have to cut through the wall.
    The door itself is perfect and easy to install once you cut the dimensions into the wall. My 2 dogs that previously rang a bell hanging on a rope to be let out, learned very quickly to use it. The double flap keeps the cold air out even in march in new jersey. I would not recommend this sized for a large dog such as a golden retriever or a dog of similar size. get a taller wider door for such a pet. My dogs are 25 pounds and 19 pounds and it is perfect, a beagle and a jack russel terrier.

    It comes with a solid slide in stop if you choose to lock the opening either from the outside or inside.

    I recommend this product. after much research this was the best value for money.
    Here is a little help if you are going to do it yourself.

    A-It fits between 2 wall studs that are 16inches apart.
    B-use a stud finder to determine where the studs are inside the wall.
    C-make sure that there are no wires or pipes in that area. you can cut a small hole and check.
    D-Make sure that the bottom of your hole is high enough above the grass, ground or deck so that water or rain will not come in when it accumulates in the area.
    E-Mark the hole to be cut with the cut out paper they provide.
    F- Cut the sheet rock with a small sheetrock saw make the cut slightly larger that the paper cut out so it will fit easily.
    G-Remove the sheetrock and the insulation inside the wall. wear a long sleeve shirt and gloves for this part.
    H-Drill holes on the exterior wall plywood corners fron the inside of your house.
    I-Connect the holes outside with a marker, pencil.
    J-Cut the opening with an electic saw and remove it.
    K-Install one side of the doggie door and have someone help on the inside by fitting the other side. Once it is flush with the ouside wall screw it in
    L- do the same inside.
    M- The flaps have a magnetic catch in the bottom to keep them closed once the pet walks through it.

    Good luck with the project, I hope this helps, or at least will help you determine if you can do it, or want to a handyman to do it.
    51 of 53 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Great Value - Here are some Install Tricks Sept. 23 2012
    By Alex and Bella - Published on Amazon.com
    Verified Purchase
    You'll see positive and negative reviews on this product. Let's face it - it's an economy wall door. That said - it can work very well. Regardless of your installation - make sure to frame around all 4 sides so that when your pet steps onto the base, it doesn't flex. The sides and top benefit well for what I am about to share... My petite 3 year old pit at 75 pounds was so proud of her new door that she was running back and forth in and out. She got VERY excited with her new entry. On one run, the inside frame fell off the wall - or rather followed her around the room. #1 - don't use the flimsy self threading screws supplied. Get larger ones with washers. #2 - I added screws inside the tunnel of the exterior and interior pieces, on both sides, top and bottom, both front and rear for a total of 8 additional screws to hold the system in place. I DARE my dog to remove this now! So yes, it's not all aluminum - but it's also not $400. With a bit of ingenuity - you've got a great doggie door. Oh, and as for the seam where the front and rear sections overlap in the tunnel - use some silicone to keep any weather from penetrating into your walls. I also did a bead of caulk around the outside and put a piece of flashing above to deflect direct rain. I'm going to cut a small piece of carpet to put on the floor in the tunnel. The dogs like their welcome mat outside, and now I don't have any more wet spots on my carpet. So 4 STARS - if you install correctly !!!
    43 of 47 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Good door, easy to install Jan. 26 2009
    By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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    Purchased medium unit for four bichons to use. Door is very weatherproof, seals well. We are using in Kansas, very windy, have not noticed significant drafting from door despite being in an insulated three car garage. Installation works well, consists of two halves which slide together in the middle. Fit well in 2x4 stud insulated wall.

    My only concern with this unit is that the two pieces (the exterior and interior) slide together in the middle, which leaves a non-sealed joint. Potentially, water or dirt could get into this joint and leak into the wall cavity. I pumped my joint full of silicone sealant to try to minimize or prevent this, but something you will want to consider particularly in a wet climate.
    27 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars HORRIBLE- not as sturdy or secure as other Petsafe doors Dec 10 2011
    By S. Pitcher - Published on Amazon.com
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    I bought the large Wall Entry Aluminum Pet Door August 2011. It was made in Mexico. Perhaps previous versions were different. Do not buy this unless you have no other options or can verify that is does not suffer from the same design flaws I encountered.

    1) FLIMSY: As others have mentioned the majority of the product is a very flimsy plastic. The only aluminum is the frame around the flap. The aluminum frame is screwed to the flimsy plastic, the flimsy plastic is screwed to your house.
    - Like another reviewer, I had mine crack during assembly.
    - Unlike the regular door versions of PetSafe products, putting the solid partition in will not secure your house from entry. A kick would easily separate the "locked" aluminum frame from the plastic one.
    - You most definitely want to fully support the bottom of the tunnel- listed as "optional" in instructions. You will need some scrap 2x4 for this.

    2) Look closely at the picture. Note that at the corners of juncture with the aluminum frame, the plastic tunnel bulges outward. Not only are the corner bulges ignored in the template you use for cutting, but they are also 1/2 inch unsealed openings! The outer opening LOOKS like it is covered by the aluminum frame. But the frame has a hollow core and it is open at the top and bottom. Net result is 4 "L" shaped air tunnels that lead from the outside, through the pet tunnel, and then through matching openings on the inside of your house. This completely defeats the purpose of dual flaps.
    - To mount the doors, you will need to drill holes in each corner of the cutting template OUTSIDE the lines provided.
    - To block the holes, you will need a good caulk.

    The flaps themselves appear to be as sturdy as the PetSafe door versions, with the same magnetic closures and fairly transparent flaps.
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