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(Part 2) Reddit reviews: The best dog doors

We found 96 Reddit comments discussing the best dog doors. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 26 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the products ranked 21-40. You can also go back to the previous section.

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Top Reddit comments about Dog Doors:

u/kovah · 1 pointr/dogs

It is annoying when they don't listen we had it with family who would always come and make baby noises over the dog. Despite me saying time and again DO NOT DO THAT IT GETS HER MORE EXCITED! Then they are annoyed when she would jump. >:/

My dog made it over a standard child gate, but she has never made it over the pet gate which is taller - or at least never tried as its more of a mental barrier to her at this point. Think it was fairly similar to this one

You could have it on the other side of the living room and if the door goes the dog gets put straight behind the gate, alternatively you could use the crate for putting her away at this point. I would also tentatively suggest you have a leash on a hook that she could be clipped too somewhere so she can't 'get' at guests but it might make her leash problems worse so last resort. Though I do think whatever you use keeping her away from the door when people enter or leave is in both of your best interests, for their safety and so she doesnt get overwhelmed and lash out. (It also keeps guests away from the dog so they can't pet and touch until you have repeated that they must ignore her. Its easier to do if shes not running round their legs)

I think its too early to write this dog off like some others have suggested below, she is young and while not ideal fear aggression is manageable. Some dogs recover quickly and are normal, some need a lot of time and always need a bit of management. It is my experience (somewhat anecdotal) that GSD's do tend to go through fear periods where they can have problems.

u/Renegade_Meister · 3 pointsr/AnimalsBeingDerps

Here or I think I've seen it in Home Depot/Lowes. Wall kit sold separately.

u/thedreday · 3 pointsr/DIY

Maybe just buy a pet door?

u/Parcequehomard · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

This one is for up to 220lbs and only $80, you could probably DIY a little cheaper but I don't know how easy it would be to find a small piece of this type of thick vinyl. Plus, if this is built the same as their small version that I have for my cat, there's a magnetic strip at the bottom to keep out drafts.

One other thing I'm not sure if you've considered, if a large dog fits so will a small person. If that's a concern for you might want to look for one with a way to lock it.

u/arnaudh · 0 pointsr/DIY

Or this door. I have one for my two indoor/outdoor cats. Only them can go through it because it's microchip activated.

I know, it's not cheap. But this door literally changed my life. No more cats whining in the morning because they want to go out. No more worrying about the cats spending the night outside if you're going to bed early - once they come in after the set curfew time, the door is locked until the desired unlocking time in the morning.