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Sureflap Microchip Connect White Pet Door


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Life Stage
Adult, Senior
Dc Door Type
Dc Housing Type
Doors & Gates

The Sureflap Microchip Connect Pet Door, combined with the Sure Petcare app (via the SureFlap Hub, sold separately) allows you to stay connected to your pet even while you are away from home.

Keep an eye on your pet while you're out of the house, lock the door remotely and monitor their behaviour over time.

Key Benefits

  • Lock or unlock the pet door remotely, even when you’re not at home*
  • Check if your pet is at home or outside, and keep track of long-term activity to spot changes in behaviour*
  • Works with all common identification microchips* & Sure Petcare RFID collar tags (sold separately)
  • Can be installed on doors, windows and walls (adapter required for installation in glass, sold separately)
  • 3 Year Warranty

Suitable for: large cats and small dogs

*App features require the Sure Petcare Hub. Works as a standard Microchip Pet Door if no hub is connected.

The Sure Petcare Hub and app is SOLD SEPARATELY*


  • Cut out size for wood is 207mm (W) x 234mm (H)
  • Cut out size for glass is from 294mm to 320mm, please note that you must also have the mounting adapter for glass installations (sold separately).
  • This dimension is the smallest area of the pet door that your pet will have to enter - 178mm (W) x170mm (H)
  • Size of the exterior pet door frame - 262mm (W) x 281mm (H)
  • Depth of the inside tunnel - 70mm (D)
  • Tunnel Thickness - 5mm
  • Front Frame Depth - 50mm
  • Tunnel's Interior Dimensions - 188mm (W) x 212mm (H)

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