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    Can you get a doggy door for a screen door? Not security screen...just normal flie/mozzie screen?

    Can you get a doggy door for a glass door?

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    You can get one for glass but you have to have a glasier (sp?) to put it in ... I have seen them in mesh doors but I have no idea how they are done. I supose to just have to cut the piece out and re-enforce that part of the door. Dunno!

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    amy, I have a Pig In Mud door that slots into the tracks of a sliding door - they are expensive but one of the best investments I've made! I have removed the plastic door itself as I have some dogs that won't use it if there is a barrier. I got the Large size. If you move you can take it with you. Sorry, don't have the website, but google it. You can also have it so your sliding door locks into place.

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    We have a doggy dog in our fly screen door, but it was here when we moved in. I don't know the brand and I would suspect someone would have to come and install it due to having to cut the metal in the door. My doggy door is a god sent...keeps flies out and gives dogs access to the yard all the time..................and REALLY helped with Ruby's toilet training too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashaari View Post
    You can get one for glass but you have to have a glasier (sp?) to put it in ... I have seen them in mesh doors but I have no idea how they are done. I supose to just have to cut the piece out and re-enforce that part of the door. Dunno!
    Hmm...thanks. We are renting so that makes it hard! Would have to apply for one I think. And when we had our first inspection they went on about approved pets (which Poppy is) being outside pets ONLY!

    They came and inspected on a day when it was COLD and WINDY and RAINING and told OH that Poppy (then 10 weeks old) should of been outside!

    Quote Originally Posted by GreysAreGreat View Post
    amy, I have a Pig In Mud door that slots into the tracks of a sliding door - they are expensive but one of the best investments I've made! I have removed the plastic door itself as I have some dogs that won't use it if there is a barrier. I got the Large size. If you move you can take it with you. Sorry, don't have the website, but google it. You can also have it so your sliding door locks into place.
    Off to google now!

    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    We have a doggy dog in our fly screen door, but it was here when we moved in. I don't know the brand and I would suspect someone would have to come and install it due to having to cut the metal in the door. My doggy door is a god sent...keeps flies out and gives dogs access to the yard all the time..................and REALLY helped with Ruby's toilet training too
    See we don't have any metal in the screen as such...its not a security screen door just a screen door! The toilet training is why I'm asking actually! OH and I have been leaving the backdoor open for the past few days and Poppy has been going in and out to toilet as she needs! Its been great!

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    Can't help, my doggy door is an open door. Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Can't help, my doggy door is an open door. Lol.
    Mine too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Can't help, my doggy door is an open door. Lol.
    Mine too atm!

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    Hi Amy my mum has a Pig In Mud door at the cabin she owns that we go to for holidays They are very expensive but honestly are PERFECT!

    They can either slot into the screen or glass part of the sliding door, are completely movable, have a plastic magnetised flap that stops flies/ insects and you can continue to use your sliding door as it has a little clip that you adjust to open and shut it!

    Expensive but if you can afford it, GO FOR IT My mum picked hers up from an 'Op' Shop. Its an XXL and it cost her $60 she is now on the lookout for one for me when I get my own place again.

    Here is the website Pig in Mud - Pet Patio Doors

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    Quote Originally Posted by JudgeTheDeedNotTheBreed View Post
    Hi Amy my mum has a Pig In Mud door at the cabin she owns that we go to for holidays They are very expensive but honestly are PERFECT!

    They can either slot into the screen or glass part of the sliding door, are completely movable, have a plastic magnetised flap that stops flies/ insects and you can continue to use your sliding door as it has a little clip that you adjust to open and shut it!

    Expensive but if you can afford it, GO FOR IT My mum picked hers up from an 'Op' Shop. Its an XXL and it cost her $60 she is now on the lookout for one for me when I get my own place again.

    Here is the website Pig in Mud - Pet Patio Doors
    They look GREAT! Is it something a professional has to fit or is it a DIY type thing? Would I have to apply with the real estate to put it in?

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