When you got to go, you got to go! This is something we all know, but our pets cannot talk in the same way as we do. It is best to give them a little freedom so they can do what they need to do.
Doors On Glass
A low-level glass window, panels, or whatever you have; if they are made of glass, they can be fitted by a special pet door that your pet can use to get in and out of the house. Many homeowners are sceptical about putting a pet door on glass because they do not believe it can be done. Well, it can be done by qualified and licensed professional glaziers.
A lot of people do not believe that pet doors are secured small attachments that can be placed on glass doors. Good news! Modern pet door attachments can be equipped with a sensor that recognises your pet by a special security chip embedded in his collar. With this, it only opens for him.
Happily Ever After
Giving your pet the freedom to get in and out of the house will keep him happy. This will allow him to explore the outside world and play with others as it tempers down any aggressive behaviour because of his increased levels of happiness.
This can also benefit you as his owner because you do not need to take him out in the middle of the night. You can now soundly sleep knowing that your pet door will open for your ‘pal’ and free to run after any suspicious characters lurking in the dark.
Call the name most households trust in Adelaide, Fleurieu Peninsula, and Melbourne. Entrust your pet’s freedom with Jim’s Glass and live happily ever after in the company of your pet!
Divisional General Manager – Jim’s Glass (Australia)
Board Member – Australian Glass & Glazing Association
President – Glass & Glazing Association of South Australia