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I used them in the past. They were fine for the dog, it was people who constantly knocked it down. Just wish there was a better way to mount them.
Being in the window and door industry. I've seen a lot of these sliding doors sold with pet doors. Basically the glass is substituted for glass with the pet door. They come in different sizes. Best but pricey option.

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Would you buy this for your pet?

My dogs are really smart. I'd be afraid they would somehow weaponize it against me. So, maybe.
 

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Been dealing with a lot since February 14th. Our two Aussie's got sick and our younger, red merle pulled through but our 7 year old blue merle has been having a tough time. After just shy of $3,000 for a colonoscopy and an endoscopy along with another test that I'm a week out of getting the results I finally had enough and had to write a strongly worded email to our vet to figure out what the *&%^ they are doing. Looking at a month and a half of dealing with a dog who has loose stools along with blood. Yesterday was my last straw when blood was just dripping out. I have been told that the dog has a severe case of IBD but there is a chance it is lymphoma. Supposedly the test results I'll receive in a week should be able to eliminate the lymphoma if that is not the issue but where they had been giving him the same medicine with minimal success and the fact that a test they did revealed he has a food allergy, they didn't seem to care or feel the need to change up his plan of attack seeing how the current one doesn't seem to be working.

Needless to say, my strongly worded email brought the vet (who is a internal medicine/gastronomy specialist) calling my wife and the vet through tears agreed we need to get him a new round of medicine and a different plan of attack. She believes he isn't ready to be put down and watching him play with my 1.5 year old and his little aussie sister, I don't think my buddy is ready to call it quits either. Thoughts and prayers would be greatly appreciated for my buddy Maddox. Between this, an earthquake earlier this month, and the pandemic stress, I can't lose this guy. (horrible decision to write this while at work:cry:)



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Kora and Maddox. Kora obviously walks through the grass while we mow, Maddox watches from the porch.
 

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My wife's been home so much the pups show extra confusion and displeasure when we actually leave, v and have to crate one of them

But they're getting spoiled otherwise
 

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Been dealing with a lot since February 14th. Our two Aussie's got sick and our younger, red merle pulled through but our 7 year old blue merle has been having a tough time. After just shy of $3,000 for a colonoscopy and an endoscopy along with another test that I'm a week out of getting the results I finally had enough and had to write a strongly worded email to our vet to figure out what the *&%^ they are doing. Looking at a month and a half of dealing with a dog who has loose stools along with blood. Yesterday was my last straw when blood was just dripping out. I have been told that the dog has a severe case of IBD but there is a chance it is lymphoma. Supposedly the test results I'll receive in a week should be able to eliminate the lymphoma if that is not the issue but where they had been giving him the same medicine with minimal success and the fact that a test they did revealed he has a food allergy, they didn't seem to care or feel the need to change up his plan of attack seeing how the current one doesn't seem to be working.

Needless to say, my strongly worded email brought the vet (who is a internal medicine/gastronomy specialist) calling my wife and the vet through tears agreed we need to get him a new round of medicine and a different plan of attack. She believes he isn't ready to be put down and watching him play with my 1.5 year old and his little aussie sister, I don't think my buddy is ready to call it quits either. Thoughts and prayers would be greatly appreciated for my buddy Maddox. Between this, an earthquake earlier this month, and the pandemic stress, I can't lose this guy. (horrible decision to write this while at work:cry:)



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Kora and Maddox. Kora obviously walks through the grass while we mow, Maddox watches from the porch.
(((Maddox)))

Best of luck with everything.
 

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Been dealing with a lot since February 14th. Our two Aussie's got sick and our younger, red merle pulled through but our 7 year old blue merle has been having a tough time. After just shy of $3,000 for a colonoscopy and an endoscopy along with another test that I'm a week out of getting the results I finally had enough and had to write a strongly worded email to our vet to figure out what the *&%^ they are doing. Looking at a month and a half of dealing with a dog who has loose stools along with blood. Yesterday was my last straw when blood was just dripping out. I have been told that the dog has a severe case of IBD but there is a chance it is lymphoma. Supposedly the test results I'll receive in a week should be able to eliminate the lymphoma if that is not the issue but where they had been giving him the same medicine with minimal success and the fact that a test they did revealed he has a food allergy, they didn't seem to care or feel the need to change up his plan of attack seeing how the current one doesn't seem to be working.

Needless to say, my strongly worded email brought the vet (who is a internal medicine/gastronomy specialist) calling my wife and the vet through tears agreed we need to get him a new round of medicine and a different plan of attack. She believes he isn't ready to be put down and watching him play with my 1.5 year old and his little aussie sister, I don't think my buddy is ready to call it quits either. Thoughts and prayers would be greatly appreciated for my buddy Maddox. Between this, an earthquake earlier this month, and the pandemic stress, I can't lose this guy. (horrible decision to write this while at work:cry:)



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Kora and Maddox. Kora obviously walks through the grass while we mow, Maddox watches from the porch.

Best of Luck to Maddox and your family! Hope the vet gets this resolved soon!
 

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This dog is BIG chillin haha

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