You love it when your pets come and go through your pet doors. You know that they can find shelter when they want it and the great outdoors when they want some fresh air. It can be a concern, however, when animals other than your own want to get into your home. Here are a … Continue reading Keep Unwanted Critters Away from Your Pet Door
Make an Emergency Disaster Plan for Yourself and Your Animals After the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina and the subsequent flooding where many animals were abandoned or people put their lives in danger to stay behind to care for them, FEMA declared Animal Disaster Preparedness Day. Take some time and make a plan to care … Continue reading Plan to Take Your Animals with You in Case of Emergency
For All that Pets Give Us, It’s Only Natural to Want to Give Back… Pets add so much to our lives. They create another layer, a dimension that can’t be duplicated in any other facet of our busy, technology-filled lives. Their unconditional love for us—in spite of our shortcomings in truly understanding their needs—gives us … Continue reading Rescued a Pet? Get a Discount and We’ll Make a Donation
Dog doors can become security issues for your home if you don’t prepare for the problems that can arise. Security Covers that are Truly Secure An indestructible security cover that fits into a strong aluminum frame with steel reinforced corners will ensure that no one can access your home while the security cover is in … Continue reading Dog Door Security Issues Solved
We are so excited to announce the addition of the 600th pet rescue or humane society to our Rescue Rewards program. The German Shepherd Rescue in California is our newest addition. For more news and information about the program, please visit the news page of our website.
How do I train my timid terrier to use the dog door? Some dogs have no problem using the dog door the minute they realize it’s a way for them to go outside and get back into the house. Other dogs take a bit of convincing that this contraption holds a positive experience for them. … Continue reading Have a Timid Dog? Train them to use the Pet Door
For the past 15 years PetFinder has been dedicated to helping adoptable pets across the country find new forever homes. Through their partnerships with hundreds of pet rescue organizations, thousands of pets have been adopted. Now in celebration of their 15th anniversary, PetFinder is working harder than ever to get the word out about pet … Continue reading Adopt the Internet Day from Petfinder
How do we house-break a 3-month-old Yorkie? We keep her in a wire crate with its door opened to the Hale doggy door so she can only go outside and not come into the house as such. If we were to let her come into the house she would leave her calling cards on the … Continue reading House Training Tips
It’s always a good time to think about getting your pet spayed or neutered. And since February is National Spay and Neuter month many organizations are offering specials to encourage responsible pet ownership. Visit our website for more information at http://www.halepetdoor.com/news/show/218-february-is-spay-and-neuter-month or visit your local humane society, veterinarian, or other pet sites like the ASPCA.
Hale pet doors are the finest quality you can buy. We use only the best materials and pride ourselves on the quality of our workmanship. We have had many customers tell us that they have had their pet door for more than 15-20 years. However, over time with continuous use even the best quality pet … Continue reading How to Best Care for Your Hale Pet Door