I have the medium, which worked well for my corgi and beagle. But it was a bit small for my springers. Problem was, the rise on the large size door is too high for the corgi (she jumps at 6" in agility.) So I stayed with small, and the flaps needed regular replacement. Also, when Old Dog got old, he couldn't crouch down to walk thru the door anymore without falling, so we had to open the human door for him.
The petsafe used to have a nice double flap door that closed nicely. Now they just have a single plastic panel with magnets on the bottom. I found a replacement that fit at petdoors.com, but I had to trim a little rubber off the sides to get a good fit.
I wish now that I had this door, http://www.petdoors.com/thermo-panel-iiie.html. It is double paned, with and adjustable rise, and insulated flap that looks like it would last much longer than my current brand. It also has a draft barrier, and bug barrier. It cost more, but having lived with this door for years, I think the additional cost would be worth it.
wow, that one does look pretty awesome. But, we have really high ceilings, so i need the special ones that can fit a 94" door, so that is going to be really expensive. So, i am going for the regular "freedom" one for now, but our local Home Depot has flap replacements for only around $30, and they have one that has the double flap! So if this one seems like it's letting in too much air/bugs, then i will go ahead and buy the double flap. Thanks!
Hi Melissa and Franklin,
I am looking for a door and the ones on petsafe in the large size have a 9 inch stepover - that is too high for my Corgi. It is over his agility jump height.. What model do you have? I have a 50 lb lab/border collie mix that I'd like to try to fit through as well.
@ Julia : Thanks for posting that, haha. My fiance and I are deffinately getting one when we move into our house:D
Dino has a medium size and Snowball the eskie can get though that