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Gate Way Pet Door for Screens - Large 12 x 16

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  • Color: Black
  • Size: 12"H x 16"W opening
  • Installs easily
  • For screen doors and windows
  • Locks
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Gate Way Pet Door for Screens - Large 12 x 16 + New York Wire 70587 Pet D-Fence Screening, 36-Inch by 84-Inch + Prime-Line Screen Retainer Spline Serrated 1/4", 25' Aluminum Black Bagged
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0018C7ZRU
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (301 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,665 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Lockable screen doors for dogs and cats! Why be at Fido's or Fluffy's mercy whenever they want to go outside or come back in? Simply snap the plastic frames of this easy-to-install large flap door together through the existing screen of your patio door, cut out the screen door, and your dog or cat can easily enter or exit anytime...unless you choose to lock the pet door. This convenient "cat flap" or "doggie door" works with all types of screens, and also can be installed in screened windows between the kitchen and patio as a food and drink pass-through. Make your dog or cat happy with this pet screen door. .

Customer Reviews

Worked great and was easy to install.
G. kapfhammer
We tried using plastic epoxy to hold it together, but it would not snap together in the first place so glue couldn't pull the sides together.
Michelle McLain
It is the perfect fit for my 11 pound dog, not too big and not too small.
Alexandra Chevez

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

64 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Vigilance on August 18, 2012
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I almost didn't buy this after reading other reviews. We just re-screened our back porch and didn't want our 60lb pit knocking panels out. It took me ~15 min to install.
step 1- apply inside half to screen using a box cutter to help the pegs through.
step 2- cut little squares out over the receiving holes so everything lines up nicely.
step 3- apply the other half on the outside and start pressing the two together steadily from the top down- this way all of the pegs engage.
step 4- make your cuts for the door- (side, bottom, side)
step 5- go around the edges with a pair of channel locks to make sure everything is completely seated.
No extra bolts or glue needed
Our dog figured it out in no time and the door is holding up really well. If you don't have a solid door for a typical dog door this is a pretty sweet alternative.
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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By ms. on March 22, 2010
These doors really do snap together, you just have to spread open the holes in the screen to fit over the tabs. If you have a metal screen, it would be difficult, but with the nylon screens it ain't no big thang. I have had several and they are easy! Then you have to gently tap the top half over the bottom with a small hammer. If you cannot take the screen out of the doorway or window frame, that would be difficult, but if you can lay the door or window on the ground, it's a snap.
These are nice and lightweight and they last.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By brychrissd on October 10, 2011
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I have had this pet door for about six months. At first it was great, but then, over time, it started coming apart. I managed to reinforce the main frame with screws, but then the actual flap part started coming apart. Eventually, the flap part just hung there held on by the screen itself since the plastic tabs that hold the flap to the rest of the frame wore out and eventually separated from the main frame.

Granted, we have a pretty crazy 70 pound dog, and he is not gentle on the door. If you have a mellow, mid-size dog it will likely be just fine. Something worth mentioning though is that the actual screen that holds the pet door in place stayed together better than the pet door.The screen is still in good shape, and the only damage to the screen is due to the fact that the pet door was on there and didn't hold up.

You get what you pay for, and that is what I chalk this up to. It is an inexpensive product that would work well for, in my opinion, a 45 lb or smaller, somewhat mellow, dog. Owners of crazy hunting dogs that are bigger, don't bother.
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25 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Michelle McLain on January 19, 2010
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We were installing this in our thick screen enclosing the pool area and it would not snap together over our screen. We were prepared for this since we had read other reviews saying it kept falling off, but it would not stay at all. We tried using plastic epoxy to hold it together, but it would not snap together in the first place so glue couldn't pull the sides together. We ended up using about 30 bolts and nuts to hold the two pieces together. We had to put them fairly close together because the pieces that were supposed to snap together just ended up holding the two halves apart. Then we painted those to match and it looks okay now, but it took hours of work and a few trips to the store to install.
UPDATE-Over three years later, the door finally broke at the hinge and came down. This was probably mostly due to the fact that the kids were playing with it, but the plastic had become somewhat thin and brittle at the hinge from repeated use. We ordered another one and were prepared this time with 20 bolts and acorn nuts. We predrilled the holes before mounting it on the screen and then pretty easily secured it with the bolts.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By The B-rent on July 13, 2010
I initially just snapped the door onto the screen as advertised, but shortly after, it started to come off. When I took a second look, some strands of the screen were stuck between the snaps. Once I punctured those strands, I haven't had any issues with it coming loose. In fact, both my boxer dogs tried to come into the house at the same time and took out the screen door right off the tracks and onto the floor, but the door stayed on, which impressed me. Also, make sure the door flap is square to the opening before snapping it in place. I had to shave off some plastic on mine after I snapped it in at a little angle, but it works fine.
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24 of 30 people found the following review helpful By cheribob on September 7, 2008
This is a fabulous product! I took in a cat that was used to going outside. She managed to tear through 2 screen doors in about two weeks. I took a chance and bought the small pet door. It was very easy to install. My boyfriend just placed the pet door in the corner of the screen door (where she had ripped it). He snapped the two sides together through the screen. Then he cut the screen around the door. No muss, no fuss. It was installed in about 5 minutes. I had to push the cat through the pet door about three times before she learned how to use it. Since I installed this pet door there have been no more torn screens, Yeah!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Cass on August 17, 2013
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First, I have a 70lb german shepherd. When I first installed this, I installed it in the middle of the door so I could close the door partially and restrict access to my pup while also getting some air moving in my kitchen. Bad choice. One corner or the other for support purposes. This just clips on to the screen so the cheap screen they had in the sliding door was just too cheap. The outer ring that held the screen to the frame just shredded the screen and wouldn't hold it any longer.
I then installed the "pet screen" quality stuff and it's going strong after over 3 months and my puppy-at-heart jumps on the screen and bucks around halfway through the door and no issues thus far. :)
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