Dog Doors | Electronic SmartDoors for Dogs & Cats | PetSafe

The PetSafe Cat Doors are specially designed for cats but may also be used by small dogs.
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Staywell brand pet doors were the largest selling brand of pet doors in the world prior to their acquisition by Petsafe. The Staywell company, originally from England, has dominated the cat flap and utility pet door market for many years at least as measured by unit sales. In the fall of 2005, Petsafe bought the Staywell brand and all lines of their pet doors. The models have not changed, though several have been discontinued, and Petsafe stands behind the Staywell products 100%. Some Staywell models have been renamed with the Petsafe trademark while others continue as 'Staywell' pet doors.
The PetSafe Cat Doors are specially designed for cats but may also be used by small dogs.
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Easy to install and program, electronic & magnetic pet doors give you the flexibility to allow access to certain pets. The key worn on your pet's collar lets you keep the cat in and let the dog out or vice versa. Strays and wild animals can't enter your home through the door. Give your pet the next best thing to an opposable thumb – the ability to access areas behind closed doors with a PetSafe Pet Door.
Photo provided by FlickrGive your pet the next best thing to an opposable thumb – the ability to access areas behind closed doors with a PetSafe Pet Door.
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Johnson was around the 1950's. The company that produced Johnson pet doors was bought by Petsafe (Radio Systems), who then produced the same design under the name Petsafe Ultimate. These doors were later discontinued and replacements are no longer made. A company by the name of Pride produces a pet door of similar design, and their flaps have been used to successfully replace the flaps in hundreds of Johnson and Petsafe Ultimate pet doors! As late at the early 2000's, the Johnson extra-large was identical to the Pride extra-large except for the material of the flap and the locking cover. , which attaches differently at the top. Some people have been able to modify this flap to work in their pet doors, but it will not be a simple installation like with the medium, large and extra-large. Interior pet doors in your home let you keep certain pets in or out of certain rooms. Install it in the door to the room where you keep the litter box to give your cat a private bathroom, or install it in the door to your bedroom to let the cat in but keep the dog out.The main difference between the and the old Johnson and Petsafe Ultimate pet doors is the material of the flaps. They are made from a , making them more than the older versions but also and . Some dogs will find this difference offensive, and might choose not to use the pet door. Smaller dogs especially might find the weight more challenging than their previous, lighter flaps. Most dogs will figure them out, as the desire to go outside overpowers the skepticism of the new flap! Electronic doors read the unique collar key on your pet's collar. You can program which pets can use the door and also when they can use the door. Electronic doors give you more features for controlling your pet's access. You can even view when your pet used the door each day with the Passport door. Interior pet doors in your home let you keep certain pets in or out of certain rooms. Install it in the door to your bedroom to let the cat in but keep the dog out or vice versa. Interior pet doors in your home let you keep certain pets in or out of certain rooms. Install it in the door to the room where you keep the litter box to give your cat a private bathroom, or install it in the door to your bedroom to let the cat in but keep the dog out.