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PetSafe 4-Way Locking Pet Door, Up to 15-lbs

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Description

What better way to give your pet the freedom she deserves than with this PetSafe’s 4-Way Locking Pet Door? Sized for dogs and cats up to 15 pounds, the four-way security lock allows you to choose between four options—in-only access, out-only access, open and locked. The frame is made of durable polypropylene and the flap is quiet for your convenience and transparent for your pet’s convenience! The pet door comes with hardware, a detailed cutting template and instructions for easy installation into the door of your choosing. You can also choose to install it into an interior wall with PetSafe’s Wall Tunnel Extension (sold separately). This pet door helps keep unwanted visitors out and gives you complete control over where your favorite family member goes!

Key Benefits
  • The frame is made of high-impact polypropylene and the flap is quiet when in use and completely transparent for your pet’s visibility.
  • Gives your furry friend the freedom and access to any interior room.
  • The 4-way lock design allows you to choose in-only access, out-only access, open and locked.
  • Comes with hardware, a cutting template and detailed instructions for easy installation.
  • Suitable for interior doors that are 1 1/8” to 2” thick and for pets up to 15 pounds.

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  • Item Number
    154662
  • Material
    Plastic
Size
Pet Size Flap Opening Frame Dimensions Cut Out
Up to 15 lbs 5 ¾ x 5 ¾ inches 7 ½ x 8 inches 6 ½ x 7 inches
FAQ

What do the door dimension measurements mean?

Your pet door has two major parts: the frame and the flap. The frame sits in the cutout and may overlap with your door, sitting on top of it. The frame has two parts, the inside part and the outside part, that fit together to hold the flap in place. The flap is the part that covers the cut-out hole in the door. This is the part your pet goes through to use the door.

Please note that all measurements are approximate and prone to user error, so don’t worry if you measure your door and your measurements aren’t exactly the same as the dimensions given online or in your manual. Your door’s dimensions will also change over time; doors expand and contract, and flaps may shrink or warp.

  • Outer Frame: The outer measurements of the door’s frame.
  • Flap Opening: The measurement of the part of the door your pet goes through. This is not the measurement of the flap itself, but the space your pet has to go into. This is measured using the interior door frame.
  • Flap Size: The overall measurements of the door flap.
  • Cut-out Size: The hole you cut in your door to install the door. After installation, you can get this measurement again by taking the pet door out.

How do I train my pet to use the pet door?

Most pets will learn to use the door with a few short training sessions. However, some pets can take a little longer to become comfortable and more confident using the door. The most important rule is to be patient with your pet. Let your pet work out for himself that he can go through the pet door. With a little patience and training, you and your pet will soon enjoy the freedom your new pet door provides.

Helpful Tip: Try treats or toys to encourage your pet to go through the pet door.

  1. Lift and hold or tape the flap open using string to help your pet become familiar with the pet door opening. MAKE SURE TAPED FLAP IS SECURE AND WILL NOT FALL DURING TRAINING.
  2. Try to encourage your pet to come through the pet door. DO NOT FORCE your pet through the door or they may become frightened.
  3. Give your pet motivation to use the door, such as to reach food. First, feed your pet close to the pet door on the inside. Once your pet is comfortable approaching the door, move food to the other side to try to get your pet to go through the door.
  4. After your pet has used the pet door a few times, hold the flaps open and try to get your pet to go through door while gently lowering flaps so the flap touches your pet’s back. This will help your pet become familiar with the flap.
  5. Encourage your pet to push through the flap on his own.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Measure twice

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    I really like this product and it works great. But the back half is a little lower on the bottom than the front half. So unfortunately, not only did I not follow the directions and give the proper margin on the bottom (which would have solved my problem), but I only measured the front and not the back. So I had to cut a little more out before I could get the door placed correctly. (I was installing it in a cabinet we converted into a litter box, not a door, and I was trying to make sure the cat door wasn’t too high up). Anyway, great product!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Very nice door

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    A little smaller than I thought but a good door. My small dogs don't fit through it. But the cats can and they love it. So now I have to get a bigger one for the dogs. Thank you for making a nice sturdy door.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great replacement for previous door

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    Sam's previous door had cracked & had a sharp edge that was impeding her confidence in using it. This door is similar in cut-hole size but has a little more usable entrance size being more squared off & with less frame size. She is enjoying the looser fit for her body!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Perfect solution

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    This was easy for us to install on an interior hollow door. Took us about 30 minutes. The cats figured it out immediately.

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