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If your home surroundings are safe and secure, then installing pet doors will give your cat or dog with the exercise, independence and stimulation they crave. And lately with technological advances like magnetic and microchip activation, there’s less chance of ‘unwanted visitors’ in your house. The benefits of fitting a pet door are: Independence for pets to exercise and explore, Set the access choices so pets will access the pet door freely on their own, Easy installation in doors, windows and walls and also to internal doors or cages to create sanctuaries, Locking and selective entry options to prevent strays and other unwanted guests from entering.

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