Modular 96" White Aluminum Patio Door

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Ideal Pet Products Aluminum Modular Pet Patio Door

Assembled Adjustable Height 93-3/4" To 96-1/2"

Available in:

5" x 7" Flap Size

7" x 11-1/4" Flap Size

10-1/2" x 15" Flap Size

15" x 20" Flap Size

  • Designed for ALUMINUM Sliding Patio Doors Only and is NOT INTERCHANGEABLE.
  • The Ideal Choice For Rentals. Installs easily with no drilling into your existing door
  • Assembled Adjustable Height: 93-3/4" To 96-1/2" (96") To ensure ordering correct height, measure flush at top track to the inside bottom track of your ALUMINUM Sliding Patio Door frame.
  • Features a flexible, transparent vinyl flap and animal lock-out slide.
  • Patio panel frame color is White with clear tempered safety glass.
  • Includes everything needed for fast and easy installation.



Demo Video

Installation Video

Flap Replacement Video

How to measure your Ideal Pet

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.

  • 5
    Excellent dog door for XL dog

    Posted by Rae Miller on 17th Sep 2023

    This dog door is perfect for an extra tall sliding door and extra large dog. High quality materials and easy install. Highly recommend.

  • 5
    Great product and easy to install

    Posted by Unknown on 19th Jun 2023

    Had this installed in 5 mins and our 4 month old golden was trained in minutes. Only suggestion is that they have more materials for sealing the gap between the door and the product.

  • 5
    My dog and I love this dog door

    Posted by Bill on 19th Feb 2023

    My dog must use this doggie door a hundred times a day. In and out and I used to open the slider each time. Now, he waits for me to remove the barrier door to use “his” door. He doesn’t go through the slider anymore, even when it is open. He travels through his door.