04:41PM | 07/14/01
Member Since: 07/13/01
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We have a cocker spaniel that is a house pet. Since we are at work during the week for long hours, we are considering installing a pet door. We've found numerous pet doors that can be installed in a door or wall but would like to purchase a door that comes with a pet door installed. Does anyone know of a company that makes an exterior door with a pet door? We would appreciate any information on this.


02:19PM | 07/15/01
Member Since: 09/01/00
312 lifetime posts
Because of the variation in door sizes,you'll probably not find what you are looking for in the type and size you need.


09:39AM | 08/14/01
Member Since: 08/13/01
2 lifetime posts
I saw some doors with pet doors already installed in them at Home Depot. I also saw a pet door installed in a glass patio door at a home I was visiting. Thought that was interesting.


09:34AM | 01/09/02
Member Since: 01/08/02
6 lifetime posts
First let me say that we LOVE our doggy door! We have 2 beagles who constantly come and go and its wonderful to not get uop at 4am to let them out!

I saw a sliding glass door panel that you just insert and then your door locks into it. It was really interesting to me and I thought that it would be perfect for people who are not looking to permenantly put a hole in their door or wall.

Here is the web address:

Good Luck!


05:20AM | 02/16/02
Member Since: 02/12/02
3 lifetime posts
If you go to a home improvement store such as a Home Depot or ***** (some type of large "big box" store) they can order these for you from there manufacturer. For instance I worked at a company in New York who manufactured Pease brand Exterior door units for Home Depot and ***** . Those companies could special order the unit or just the door slab with a doggy door installed. The "add-on" cost was minimal for such a request. And generally speaking it only took a standard run time of a week to create form time of order.

Hope it helps.



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