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    Electronic Pet Doors: Keeping Unwanted Dogs Out


    Traditional dog doors have one big disadvantage: they let in not only our dogs, but other animals that might be chasing it. With the development of electronic dog doors, our pets can come safely into the house where they'll be safe from other animals or mean children. Nevertheless, you shouldn't buy the first electronic pet door that you find without first doing at least some basic research on the types of electronic dog doors available in the market so that you can get the best one for your dog.

    Different Sorts of Electronic Dog Doors

    There are a couple of popular electronic pet doors namely the motion sensor activated electronic dog doors and the electromagnetic sensor based pet doors. While the former one is operated based on the working of an innovative sensor that senses the motion of the dog and differentiates the motion of the dog from that of humans, the latter is based on an electro magnetic signal that is sent from the collar unit worn by the dog.

    When compared, the ones that work with electromagnetic fields are better, since they give you 100% guarantee that no one but your dog will be able to come into your house.


    Just because they use electronics, that doesn't mean that electronic dog doors are difficult to install. They are tamper proof and offer maximum security by keeping intruders and stray pets at bay. There are even a few models that will let you select to leave the door temporaly open or closed.

    Choosing the Perfect Electronic Dog Door

    You should always take a look at several electronic dog doors before making a decision, since sometimes an extra feature or two might be very convenient for your case and make a world of difference. This includes taking into account the height of the dog (now and in the future, since puppies can sometimes outgrow the door), the inclusion of installation in the deal, back up battery, etc.

    The main advantage of electronic dog doors over regular ones is that they keep other animals out of the house. They are also a good choice in areas where there's a lot of rain or snow, since they will keep those outside too. Always consider the size of your dog when looking at electronic pet doors.

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