What’s in the Box
Included with each pet door:
- Installation guide
- Cutting template
- Door frame with flap(s)
- Closing panel
- Other necessary parts (bolts, screws, washers, nuts, etc.)
(Note: Some doors will come with additional parts, such as weather stripping, adhesive, etc.)
Installing Your Pet Door
4 easy steps
Pet doors install in minutes and give you years of independance and convenience. Installing a pet door is easy with a little do-it-yourself knowledge.
- Trace the pet door outline using the template
- Remove the door from its hinges
- Cut the hole in the door
- Install the pet door frame and flap
Tools you might need: Hammer, Jigsaw, Drill, Drill bits, Wire cutters, Screwdriver, Tape measure, Tape, Pencil, Level, Scissors
Interior & Exterior Installation Options
Before purchasing a pet door, you should consider where you will install it. Some pet doors are meant to be installed in walls or doors of a specific thickness. Many of our pet doors can be installed in a standard door or a wall. You might need to purchase an extension tunnel for installing in walls and doors thicker than 2 inches.
Measure the thickness of the wall or door you will install the pet door in and check the pet door’s recommendations to be sure they are compatible. If your wall/door is too thin, the pet door might stick out or it might not fit right. If the door/wall is too thick, you might be able to see the inner part of your door, the part you cut out to fit in the pet door. You can purchase a tunnel or inner stripping to hide this.