Sunday, December 02, 2007

Gun Dog Door

Thrilling name, eh? Only thing better might be "Top Gun Dog Door." And maybe this is. To paraphrase Dr. Seuss, perhaps you have "Old dogs/New dogs/Lame dogs/Crude dogs" and maybe that crew has not been able to master dog doors you've tried, or maybe they have destroyed flimsy plastic frames. Or the racket they make going through the door may have caused you to question whether you were really getting a net benefit. Well, the doors of may be the solution to your problems. They are built to withstand a Riot on Dog Cell Block 13, and are easy to install and quiet in operation. Photo shows Nellie the basset busting loose. (All my dogs are thrilled to be considered "gun dogs.") One caution: the tolerances between the flap and the frame, while acceptable, are not as close as the web site might lead you to believe.