PlexiDor Dog Doors: A “New Breed” of Dog Doors!

I am blogging on behalf of BlogPaws Pet Blogger Network and Plexidor. I received compensation for my time from Plexidor for sharing my views in this post, but the views expressed here are solely mine.

While we didn’t get the chance to try PlexiDor for ourselves, we are quiet impressed by them. They have some awesome features that we have always thought dog doors should have (security for example). And of course, we like our pet products to look great too, and Plexidor certainly does. Have a look:

Plexidor Photo

Now your dog can come and go as often as you would like to allow. With the locking feature, you can control when your pet uses the door, and you can also keep neighborhood pets (and pests) from coming in. The sleek design, which features doors that open out from the sides, means the door is more energy efficient and you won’t need replacement flaps.

Like I said, we didn’t get a chance to try one out ourselves, but there are some fantastic bloggers that did!
Check out the review at Libby’s Library, she even has some tips for helping “scaredy dogs” get used to using the door. Also, be sure to read Kimberly’s review at Keep the Tail Wagging, she had a very compelling reason to want this new dog door! And last, but not least, be sure to read about how this dog door helped a mini pig! That’s right friends, a MINI PIG DOOR! They all talk about the installation and what it is like to use the door, which is very helpful information.

And of course, it’s always fun to see the door in action, especially when it’s in an adorable video like this one! Thanks to Frankie I am a Lover Not a Fighter! for the “pawesome” demonstration!

To learn more, and find out how to get your own door, be sure to visit the Plexidor website. The website is jam packed full of information and can help you to pick the best door for your pet.

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One Response to PlexiDor Dog Doors: A “New Breed” of Dog Doors!

  1. Jan Anthonisz says:

    Oh well, once a woof woof always a woof woof. It’s a doogy tradition.

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