An electronic pet door allows pets to come and go as they please. The door is activated by a sensor attached to the pet's collar.
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Doggie delight - door by Jeld-Wen. Allow your pet come and go as they please, plus it can be locked when needed.
Great way to keep the pet food bowls out of the way when not in use.
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