Just a little cautionary tale on dog doors.... :wink:
I installed a dog door into my workshop so the dogs in the dogyard behind it could come in and out as I was working. Fine, everything working great until the day I forgot to secure the inside door that kept the dogs from getting in when I wasn't there......I was in the house for a couple of hours and returned to find that the two youngsters I had left in the dogyard had made a little foray into my workshop - and really entertained themselves, bigtime! Spread out in the the dogyard was brass snaps, nylon buckles, snaps, grommets, zipper and 100 yd rolls of webbing(unravelled, of course) and alot of other stuff strewn over a very large area. They had REALLY had a good time and entertained themselves!
The cleanup took quite a while and I still find the odd bit of harware coming to the surface 2 years later
Moral of the story - if you have a dog door, make sure that you can shut it off really, really securely......I nailed mine shut and covered it with a metal plate, just to make sure.... :wink: