Install a pet door in a screen? It's easy!
The Ideal Pet Screen Fit™ Pet Door:
- Innovative design for screens: Specifically created for use with screen doors and window screens, this pet door ensures your pet can come and go without any hassle.
- Quality build: The door features a durable plastic frame and a clear plastic insert, ensuring visibility and durability. The magnetized corners ensure the flap stays in place, keeping bugs out while letting your pet roam freely.
- User-friendly installation: We've made sure that adding this pet door to your screen is as easy as possible. No need for professional help; you can set it up yourself with minimal effort.
- Secure with dual slide locks: Safety is key, and the dual slide locks on this pet door provide that extra assurance when needed.
- Versatility: Whether you have a screen door or a window screen, this pet door is designed to fit seamlessly into your home setup.
Screen door or window screen not included.
Give your pet the gift of freedom and yourself the gift of convenience with this elegantly designed pet door.
|Pet Door Style/Size
|Pet Door Model #
|Pet Door Flap Size
|Recommended Weight Range of Pet
|9-3/4" x 10-1/2"
|2 to 20 Lbs.
To determine the correct size door, simply measure the width (A) and height (B) of your pet.
(A) Measure the widest point of your pet's shoulder.
(B) Measure from the top of your pet's back (just behind their head) to the bottom of chest.
Pet door models have different size openings. Just make sure your new pet door's opening is both wider and taller than your pet's measurements to ensure they can comfortably pass through.
I got the screen fit pet door for a screen I put together from a kit. Adding the door to the screen was easy following the directions included. The door is of very good quality and my cat has been using it for the past two weeks without problems.
This product is the second one I have installed in my house, the dogs love this level of access into and out of the house.
Installation was difficult because getting the "screen" door off its roller track was difficult (to lay it down on flat surface), but otherwise installation went smoothly. However, we found the rigidness (and weight) of the swinging door as it closed, would catch (pinch) our cat's tail as she went through the door... which startled her. She became afraid to go "through" the door because of this... but... with our effort, she has learned to go through the door QUICKLY, "without" snagging her tail. So now... we might see her succeed after all.