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Petcorp Medium White Glass Dog Door

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SKU
I143623
Dc Housing Type
Doors & Gates
Description

They are designed to fit into single glazing, double glazing and the slim profile make it the perfect solution for sliding glass doors (ranch slider or patio doors). This door comes with additional metal security pins for added protection. Made from high impact polycarbonate, the flaps are virtually unbreakable and seal against draughts using a silicon coated brush weather seal. Available in both white and transparent, both models blend in nicely with colored surrounding joinery.

- Generous flap 295mm width x 300mm high (11 3/8" x 11 3/4")

- Fits doors 3mm - 27mm (1/8" - 1 1/8")

- Suits dogs 5kg - 18kg (10lbs - 40lbs)

- Shoulder height up to 430mm (17")

- Virtually unbreakable Polycarbonate flap

- Available in white and clear

- 3 additional security pins for added protection

- 4 x way locking

- Brush weather seal around flap to reduce draughts

- Self lining design

- Self closing magnetic locating flap

- Low maintenance, simple clean

- Suits small to medium dogs

- 3 yr warranty against faulty manufacture.

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