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Reddit mentions of PetSafe Wall Entry Aluminum Pet Door with Telescoping Tunnel, Pet Door for Dogs and Cats, Large, for Pets Up to 100 Lb.

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We found 2 Reddit mentions of PetSafe Wall Entry Aluminum Pet Door with Telescoping Tunnel, Pet Door for Dogs and Cats, Large, for Pets Up to 100 Lb.. Here are the top ones.

DURABLE, ALUMINUM FRAME: Durable plastic telescoping tunnel fits wall thickness 4.75 in. - 7.25 in.DOUBLE-FLAP DESIGN: The door has two replaceable flaps that help keep out weather and provide energy efficiencyCONTROLLED ACCESS: The slide-in closing panel is provided for added insulation and control of your pet's accessEASY, DO-IT-YOURSELF INSTALLATION: Installs into several wall types including all types of siding, stucco and brick; cut-out template and step-by-step instructions includedPET SIZE: Recommended for pets up to 100 lb.; pet door flap opening measures 10.375 in. W x 15.375 in. HPRODUCT SUPPORT: PetSafe brand's U.S.-based Customer Care experts will be glad to help; call Monday through Saturday at 1-800-845-3274EXPERIENCE: PetSafe brand has been an industry leading U.S. manufacturer of pet behavior, containment and lifestyle products since 1991, helping millions of people and pets each year

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Found 2 comments on PetSafe Wall Entry Aluminum Pet Door with Telescoping Tunnel, Pet Door for Dogs and Cats, Large, for Pets Up to 100 Lb.:

u/drtonmeister ยท 3 pointsr/HomeImprovement

There are pet-doors designed and weatherstripped to be through-wall.

Pet doors that are designed to fit partially opened glass sliders have a few issues: unconditioned air, dust, and insects going through the open space between the two glass panes; security; and restricted opening for human use.

If you have (or can hire) the skills to decently patch a wall, then there should be no problem at all on the inside of the house making it look like a doggie-door was never there. On the outside, that kind of depends upon the siding materials if you want a truly invisible repair. Having lived in neighborhoods with vestigial milk chutes etc.; I don't think people think twice about a random weatherproof panel covering up a low former opening on the back or non-visible-from-the-street side of a house, as long as the repair is weathertight and insulated as well as the rest of the wall. But good siding repair is not very hard if you can find matching material.

u/fishbulbx ยท 1 pointr/dogs

Anyone have an opinion on a wall doggy door? (like this)