Pug Information - Pug - Pug Puppies
  Home | Pug Secrets | Pug Training | Dog Supplies | Blog | Picture Gallery | Tell A Friend |

"Get This

FREE eBook!"

Free Dog Training Book

To Get A FREE Copy

Click Here

MAIN MENU
About The Pug
Pugs For Sale
Pug Breeders
Pug Puppies
Pug Care
Pug Training
Pug Rescue
Pug Mix
Pug Types
Pug Pictures
FREE Stuff
Pug BOOKS
Most Popular Books
Pug Manual
Dog Obedience Training
Dog Food Scandal
Dog Food Recipes
Health Care Remedies
DOG SUPPLIES
Dog Beds
Dog Clothes
Dog Bowls
Dog Carriers
Flea Control
Dog Crates
Dog Collars & Leashes
Dog Toys
RELATED ARTICLES

sport dog field pro

sportdog training collars

remote trainer

Kuranda Dog Beds

Wooden Dog Beds

Make Wooden Dog Beds

Citronella Dog Collar

PBC00-11216

PBC00-11005

Dog Mistakes

Cat Door

Pet Door

Portable Dog Kennel

Large Dog House

Veterinary Supplies

Veterinary Dentistry

Veterinary Dermatology

sd-2100

dog fences

pet containment

Pink Dog Collar

Unique Dog Collar

Dog Food Scare

Poisoned Dog Food

Pedigree Dog Food

LATEST NEWS
  • Rescued Dog Bites Face Of Owner (BBC News)

  • Successful Dog Training

  • Try Your Own Oceanside Dog Training

  • The RIGHT Way To Inspect Your Dog For Fleas

  • Woman's Arm Severed In Dog Attack (Brisbane Times)

  •    Home » Articles » PetDoors » Cat Doors: Happy Cats And Happy Owners

    Cat Doors: Happy Cats And Happy Owners

     

    If you have one or more pet cats, then you might want to install one or two or even more cat flaps for both your and your pets' convenience. Cat flaps are popular because they let you continue doing what you were doing without having to interrupt it just because your cat wants to go out again.

    You may need to consider having them fitted by a professional builder or workman, depending on what your door is made of, as it is important to get a good fit, to ensure that the cat door remains water tight, and is fitted in the correct place

    Careful with Burglars

    When fitting cat flaps it is also important to think about the security of your house, and by careful positioning of the cat flap you will ensure that you do not compromise the security in anyway. That why a lot of people prefer to place cat doors in the lowest part of their doors, which also lets the car get in the house by walking through it, instead of having to jump or climb.

    Although of course, nobody expects a burglar to shrink to the size of a cat and use the door to get in, if cat doors were a bit higher, they could try to use them to reach in and go for the handle.

    Not Your Cat

    By having cat doors in your house you are potentially allowing all the cats in the neighbourhood to come in to your home, which may not be something you are happy with. A simple way to get around this problem is to have a cat flap with a locking system, which identifies the cat by a small tag, added to his collar.

    These cat doors normally are locked with the use of a magnet, in such a way that any other cat will not be able to open the door, even if it pushes it, as the magnets will hold it in place.

    cat flaps will let your cat come in and out as it pleases without your help. If installed properly, they won't represent a safety risk. There are even some cat doors that will only open for your cat.

    News Flash  Mar, 24 2010

    How To Manage And Train Two Dogs

    So you have decided after considering all the pros and cons of owning two dogs, to... Read More

     

    News Flash  Mar, 24 2010

    Trupanion Launches Cat And Dog Breed Guide - PR Web (press Release)

    PR Web (press release)Trupanion Launches Cat and Dog Breed GuidePR Web (press release)The pet health problems and symptoms guide contains information pertaining to common cat and dog health problems and... Read More

     

    News Flash  Mar, 24 2010

    Is Peanut Butter Good For Dogs?: A Safe Dog Snack?

    Is peanut butter for dogs a good snack choice? Find out the benefits and risks of giving a dog peanut butter. Read More

     

     

    Pug Picture

    Pug Picture

    Privacy Statement | Terms OF Use | Contact Us | Pug Blog | Pug Pictures | Tell A Friend |

    Latest Pug NewsCopyright © 2009 www.OfficialPugGuide.com All Rights Reserved.