Posted: May 20, 2019|
May is here, and so is our favorite TV series! In honor of Game of Thrones coming back, we started wondering what dogs were the best representation of our favorite characters. Below is what we decided fits best, let us know what you think! No spoilers here!Posted: December 06, 2018|
How to Install a Dog door in a Wall
If you feel like you’re a doorman for your pets, you are not alone. Having pets is a great idea but what comes after is something not many of us are prepared for. Entertaining your pets is as important as feeding them and looking after their well being. The most annoying part comes when you have to open and close the door over and over again, countless times throughout the day.
If your pets have a restless soul like most do, you should install a doggy door and be relieved of your doorman duties. The constant in and out of the house can be a nuisance. It also brings in a lot of dirt every time the door opens.
A doggy door is a small portal installed in a wall or door that allows your pet to enter and exit the house. Installing a doggie door relieves you of the doorman duties as the pet can go in and out on its own without you having to open the door for it.
Here is the guide that will help you find and install a doggy door for your pet in your wall.Read more »Posted: September 07, 2018|
Have you ever noticed your dog while he is sleeping? If not, it is time to observe the position that he sleeps in and the way he twitches and moves, as this can tell a lot about how your dog is feeling. The sleeping positions of your dog can reveal about his health and happiness level if you know what to look for. So, the next time you find your dog sleeping, consider noticing the following things to understand what they mean.
Sleeping positionsPosted: September 07, 2018|Posted: July 26, 2018|
Pets are like family members and that is how they should be treated. But unfortunately our furry friends can’t speak our language to inform us regarding their illness and suffering. So it is up to us to look for their discomfort signs in order to diagnose their seasonal allergies.
Read more »Posted: March 21, 2018|
Once you have decided to buy a pet door, your first consideration will be its size. Pet doors are not ‘one size fits all’ and the dimensions will vary as per the size of your pet.
Well, we just made it a lot easier for you!
Choose the most suitable pet door size you need as per the breed of your furry friend.
Dog and Cat Door Sizes by Breed
Pet Door Size
Pet Door Dimensions
6” x 7”
Cats, Chihuahua, Yorkie, Pomeranian, Maltese, Papillon
8” x 15”
Beagle, Pekingese, Cocker Spaniel, Poodle, Dachshund
10” x 19”
Labrador, Boxer, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Bulldog, Doberman
12” x 23”
Irish Wolfhound, Great Pyrenees, St. Bernard, Rottweiler, Old English Sheepdog, Great Dane