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Sliding Glass Patio Pet Doors from Hale, Ideal, Johnson, and More!
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A patio pet door will provide your active pet with the freedom to frolic in the backyard instead of causing chaos indoors. A sliding glass pet door is often the best option for a patio pet door installation. They are easy to install and remove, and when removed they leave virtually no trace. This makes the sliding glass door an ideal place to install a pet door for a person renting their home. Below the item descriptions you will find a quick guide on panel pet door ordering. Click on the name or picture of an item to see the sliding glass pet door's specific description, sizes, and prices.
The Thermo Panel III is the newest panel pet door on the market with a super durable and extremely weather tight Endura flap. This door is very weather tight and is very easy to install.
The Hale Security panel is a very weather tight panel. It has dual pane glass, dual flaps, and an "adapter channel" which allows your slider to close into the panel. Hale also has some very tall skinny flaps for arthritic dogs that need a low rise.
The Quick Panel III is a quick and easy no tools required single pane panel of high quality that uses the very weather tight Endura flap.
The Ideal Fast Fit is a panel that is spring loaded and a temporary installation.
All of our Johnson panels have been sold out!
Patio pet doors for sliding glass doors come in two basic varieties: temporary and semi-permanent.
Temporary doors are generally spring loaded and require no cutting of the aluminum frame, so they are very easy to install. They lock with a simple and secure pin lock which requires drilling a hole through the top of the sliding door. Temporary doors can be screwed in if desired. The Thermo Panel II, Quick Fit II, and Ideal panels are temporary pet doors.
Semi-Permanent doors must be screwed into the door frame to lock, and use a more conventional hook and latch style lock. The Hale Security, Pet Safe, and Johnson panels are semi-permanent pet doors. No patio pet door is designed to work with your existing lock. These sliding glass pet doors will have their own lock that will mount about a foot above the existing latch.