I need to put a dog door in one of the bedroom walls. I just measured Arkane, he's 24 inches at the withers & is just over 6 months old. Anyone have any advise on what company makes a good/cheap dog door?
:lol: I've always heard that a cat will fit through anything it can get it's head through.Woody Taylor said:I need one that will allow a 20+ pound cat but deny a 68 pound shepherd. Cat is wider than shepherd. Cat does not like movement. Do they have one with a conveyor belt? Like one of those night deposit boxes at the bank, I just drop her in it and she shoots out the other side?
Same talk, just backwards, my cat will eat anything that will fit through its head.Bob Scott said::lol: I've always heard that a cat will fit through anything it can get it's head through.
I suspect your cat discredits that as an old wives tale. :lol: :lol: :wink:
OH. I just re-read that. Through the wall? Don't exercise him for a few weeks and just spread peanut butter in a nice rectangle on your drywall. Reapply as necessary once he hits studs and brick/stucco/wood. Praise enthusiastically! :twisted:susan tuck said:I need to put a dog door in one of the bedroom wall...
Just the cat, ma'am. And only on furniture she will not split in two. You should hear her jump from the guest bed into the spare, unused crib in one of our bedrooms...it's on rollers and a hardwood floor...the guests always ask what the hell just happened. :lol:susan tuck said:You are all totally busted. Photographic evidence that Woody, Mike & others allow their animals on the furniture. Seriously, I am so glad to know you guys are not all hard asses. 8)