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Dog door insert for sliding doors

Hello,

I want my dog to go to the balcony as often as she wants, winter and summer. We have a sliding glass door and I need a solution without having to modify the existing door. This insert door looks like what I need: https://www.amazon.com/PetSafe-Freed.../dp/B005CO91TK

Does anyone know where I can order an insert door like this? Or what is the word to search for it.

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Re: Dog door insert for sliding doors

You can contact petsafe using this form.

https://intl.petsafe.net/en-ch/support/contact-us
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Re: Dog door insert for sliding doors

I contacted them two years ago and they said it is only sold in US.
The doors they have in Europe are these: https://store.intl.petsafe.net/en-ch/doors
and my favorite is still not listed.
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Re: Dog door insert for sliding doors

Ebay throws up this:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PetSafe-D...#shpCntId#shId

I think it's the same ?

$54 for the product and nearly the same for the shipping charges but it does say it ships to CH at least.

Never seen these before, very neat little solution
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Re: Dog door insert for sliding doors

Hi,

Did you find a solution to your problem by any chance? I have also been looking for something in Europe but all I find are US based with US only delivery..

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Did you find a solution to your problem by any chance? I have also been looking for something in Europe but all I find are US based with US only delivery..

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No, I couldn't find a solution. Another idea is to replace the door with an automatic door which opens when someone walks towards it. But it would probably cost something like 50k here..
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No, I couldn't find a solution. Another idea is to replace the door with an automatic door which opens when someone walks towards it. But it would probably cost something like 50k here..

Brilliant answer
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Re: Dog door insert for sliding doors

Make one.

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Re: Dog door insert for sliding doors

Not the most energy efficient choice, but if your balcony is secure (someone can’t climb onto it, dog can’t escape), just open the door wide enough for the dog to go in and out. It’s what we’ve done for several years.
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Not the most energy efficient choice, but if your balcony is secure (someone can’t climb onto it, dog can’t escape), just open the door wide enough for the dog to go in and out. It’s what we’ve done for several years.
Yes, I've seen that done with a heavy felt curtain hung across the gap. That helped to keep in the warmth, but the dog could push past it comfortably.
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Re: Dog door insert for sliding doors

Wooden plank with a hole cut for a cat/dog door.

Easy.

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Yes, I've seen that done with a heavy felt curtain hung across the gap. That helped to keep in the warmth, but the dog could push past it comfortably.
Just like fine restaurants all over.
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