PetPeek Fence Window for Pets
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- Helps alleviate a dog's curiosity within confined fences
- Durable acrylic dome measuring 9.5 Inch in diameter
- Black trim ring and all necessary hardware is included for easy installation
- Can help deter overly curious dogs from jumping over fences and reduces risk of injury from attempted escape
- Easy to clean and made in the USA
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I got a PetPeek and had it installed when the new fence was put in. It took a bit for the dog to realize what it was and the view it provided, but once he understood he stopped digging.
The installer put this in the new vinyl fence with no problem in about 20 minutes, and it looks great on both sides. My only issue is that the kit only comes with one black trim ring which installs on the outside (as seen in the pictures). A second ring for the inside would be nice to have.
EDIT: I've added two pictures of the PetPeek installed in my vinyl fence to the product page.
Even with the scratches, the bubble is still functional and it's cheap enough that if and when it finally gives out (which I doubt it will), I'll replace it.
This really is a great product though. My dog quickly learned that this is his window and runs straight for it whenever he hears a car or dog commotion. We've also become "the bubble house" to our neighbors. I'm cool with that. I'm actually going to install one of these at human height for myself.
By the way, we had the same problem reported with the bolts being too long. The local hardware store didn't carry black 1" bolts (only un-painted ones)...so instead we bought some regular 1/4" nuts so on inside of fence it ended up being washer, regular nut (from hardware store), washer, cap nut. The result is a longer protrusion from the fence on the inside, but the bolts are black on the outside and they're still capped to prevent any snags on the inside, so not bad.
1.) The biggest problem for me was that the bolts supplied were too long for my fence. I have a standard cedar fence with 1/2" thick planks. The bolts supplied were 1 1/2" long with "button-head" nuts (so the dogs don't get scratched, I suppose), so they could only turn on the bolt a few turns. They supplied extra washers to shim up the nuts, but this was not enough... In the end I had to go to the home improvement store and purchase 1" long bolts. For $35 I would think they could supply several sets of bolts for different thickness fences.
2.) The view through the "bubble" is pretty distorted. If I had to look through it for more than a minute, I think I would get a headache. The pups don't seem to mind, so I guess this is not a huge issue.
Aside from the bolt issue, installation was pretty painless... You'll need a jigsaw, a drill and imperial wrenches (or an adjustable).This is a cute little window and the dogs are enjoying it. They can now bark at everyone and everything walking along our sidewalk.
Here's what we found. We first thought of adding this window to our outdoor picket fence but decided not to since the hole needed to install the window would compromise the integrity of the fence. Our next choice was to install it in our solid half wall which separates the main room from our training area. We decided to install it about 15 inches above the floor. The window was very easy to install, but due to the thickness of the wall, we did have to add more washers than provided in the assembly packet.
Three dogs were staying with us on the weekend so we worked on introducing them to the window. At first we tried treats to encourage the dogs to put their heads in the window. What seemed to work better was to go on the other side and tap on the window. Two of the three picked up right away with using the window as a portal to the main area. These were smaller breeds with a natural curiosity. The medium size dog at first would jump on the 1/2 wall when we tapped on the glass but soon was looking through the portal.
Over the month we have taught 21 dogs to use the portal. Usually it takes two or three attempts before the dog picks up on using this. Smaller dogs seem to enjoy it more (maybe due to the height of this portal or that they normally don't jump on the wall to "see" someone).
We highly recommend the PetPeek and are planning to add two more at different levels to reduce dogs jumping up on the wall as well as give them the opportunity to see who is coming in the building.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Easy to install and very cute for our pet to watch outside the fencePublished 7 days ago by Joseph M.
Big hit in my dog yard. My husband just installed the PetPeek window today and my dogs are already enjoying it for their squirrel watching pleasure. Read morePublished 10 days ago by doglover
Easy to install and looks cool. Placed 2 on my side gate that opens to covered walkway. One for my dogs and one for me. Read morePublished 20 days ago by tripedalpower
The plastic seems very sturdy (almost like Lexan) and the installation went well. My only gripe is that the bolts made to go through the fence and the retaining rim are too long. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Carlos Velazquez
My 3 dogs look out of it all of the time. The neighbors think it's fabulous. EZ install, took maybe 30 min.Published 1 month ago by Dan S
Max like the first window so much, we put in another. The best comment was from a little boy walking by with his mother. "Momma, dey a dawg in dat winda"Published 1 month ago by Jimmyford
Put in our office door, so children can enjoy our dog without being afraid.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer