You sound like my mum she leave the air con on for her dogs to. She actually has a door that clicks into the sliding door so you can remove it when their on holiday/camping.
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05-12-2012 18:36 #11
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05-12-2012 19:04 #13
Doggie doors - what about robbers?
I always think the robber would be more likely to choose a house where they don't have to get passed the dogs (even if they're friendly).
I reckon you're right to wonder about insurance, you'd have to assume you wouldn't be covered...
05-12-2012 19:20 #14
Not sure if they have them for dog doors, but a friend of mine has a cat door with a special lock on it that keeps the door locked until the cat comes near it (the cat wears a device on its collar that remotely signals the door to unlock when in range).
05-12-2012 20:15 #15
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