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Handling Separation Anxiety After Lockdown Ends

Post by: Andrea on May 26th 2020

A sudden, abrupt change to a dog's schedule can cause behavioral problems as your pup doesn't understand why the changes have occurred. Separation anxiety is likely to occur when a dog who is now used to receiving attention 24/7 is left home alone for hours on end. So, while you and your family are eager to get back into the swing of things, it's important to remember that your dog may not understand what is going on (and why you are no longer petting him 8 hours a day). Make sure you take the time to help your dog adjust so that separation anxiety behaviors do not occur.

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COVID-19 Response

Post by: Andrea on Apr 16th 2020

Amid concerns of the ongoing global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Glass Pet Doors' number on priority is the safety and health of our staff and customers. Pets are family members and their health is equally important, especially during this time when families are spending more time than usual indoors. We believe it is our duty to provide your pets easy access to the outdoors and we will continue to offer our premium pet door installation services.

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How to Keep Your Pet Safe During COVID-19

Post by: Andrea on Mar 24th 2020

As people around the nation adopt social distancing and quarantine measures, you may be wondering how to keep your pet safe in this time of uncertainty. With some precautions, you can prepare your family and pets for a safe time ahead.

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Fear Aggression in Dogs

Post by: Kenzie on Jan 25th 2020

All animals have the same basic response to danger that humans do: fight, flight, or avoidance. Aggression in dogs is difficult for everyone from the owners, strangers who encounter them in the streets, and the dogs themselves. But what makes these dogs so aggressive? Here is some information on fear aggression in dogs, brought to you by our dog door experts.

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Best Gift Ideas For Your Pet

Post by: Kenzie on Dec 21st 2019

The holidays are officially upon us, which means it’s time for the annual dash of gift-buying, gift-giving, and gift-exchanging. There are the regular gifts for family, friends, and coworkers, but for pet owners, there may be one extra special present to throw into the mix. Our pet door installation experts are excited to share some of our favorite gift ideas to include your pet in the holiday cheer.

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Reasons to Adopt a Senior Pet

Post by: Kenzie on Nov 11th 2019

November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month, and our team of pet door installation experts are excited to give you a few of the reasons to consider adopting a senior pet.

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Why You Should License Your Dog

Post by: Kenzie on Sep 21st 2019

Being a dog owner comes with a lot of responsibilities. However, one duty that many dog owners forget about or neglect is getting their dogs licensed. A pet license simply means that a pet is legally registered within their state to live with their owners and in their residence. This license will provide your dog with protection in many situations and will provide you both with some benefits. But if you don’t know many details about a pet license, you may be a bit hesitant to go through with the process. Here are some reasons why you should license your dog, brought to you by our pet door installation experts.

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Celebrating National Dog Day

Post by: Kenzie on Aug 26th 2019

In honor of National Dog Day, our dog door installation experts are thrilled to share some fun facts you may not know about your furry best friend!

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How to Tell if Your Pet is Overheated

Post by: Kenzie on Jul 18th 2019

Heat is the most daunting threat your pet will face this summer. High temperatures may signify the perfect season for venturing outdoors, but dehydration and overheating can come on quickly, with potentially critical results. So before you go out to enjoy the summer sun, here are some ways to tell if your pet is overheated, and what you should do if you realize your dog is suffering from it, brought to you by our pet door installation experts.

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How to Tell If Your Pet Has Allergies

Post by: Kenzie on Jun 25th 2019

If you’ve ever suffered from seasonal allergies, you know how miserable it is to not be able to enjoy warmer weather with itchy eyes and a runny nose. But you may not be the only one in your home to be suffering from a hypersensitive immune system. Pets can experience seasonal allergies just like us, with numerous different side effects. Here are some signs that your pet has seasonal allergies, brought to you by our pet door installation experts.

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Creating a First Aid Kit for Your Pet

Post by: Kenzie on May 15th 2019

Having an updated, well-stocked first aid kit could be a literal lifesaver in the event of a natural disaster; not just for you, but for your pet as well. It’s recommended that you keep a kit made for your pet in your home and place extras in your car, with friends, and at any other place you both frequent. However, you may be worried about what exactly should be put into a kit for your pet to be better prepared for the unexpected. Here are some tips on creating a first aid kit specifically for your pet, brought to you by our pet door installation experts.

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Review: Dog Door In Glass Installation

Post by: Kenzie on Apr 9th 2019

At Glass Pet Doors, we strive to provide all of our customers with the highest quality of products and service. Our mission is to help you find the perfect dog door solution for your pet access needs, so we especially love to hear your feedback on your experience with us and your installation! We were so pleased to hear Kelsey and Behn's positive review after adding a dog door in glass for their french door, and felt it perfectly highlighted our passion for delivering products that are simple to install, high quality, and easily accessible for both you and your pet.

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How to Help Your Pet Lose Their Winter Weight

Post by: Kenzie on Mar 24th 2019

Winter weight gain is as prevalent for our pets as it is for us. They do, after all, depend heavily on us to lead them in a healthy lifestyle. So if we've given in to lazy days and indulging in comfort food during the holidays, we're also prone to dwindling with our pet's activity and nutrition. No judgment here; it's easy to do! But now that the days are lengthening and the weather is warming you're likely making goals to lose some weight before summer fully arrives, and your pet may benefit from having the same goal. Here are some simple and effective ways you can help your pet lose some of their winter weight, brought to you by our pet door installation experts.

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Everything You Need to Know to Protect Your Pet's Heart

Post by: Kenzie on Feb 12th 2019

In February, hearts are on everyone's minds thanks to Valentine's Day. But did you know that February is also American Heart Month? It's the American Heart Association's hope to use this month to educate people about the threat of heart disease, and it's something that pet owners should also take notice of. Pets can develop issues with their heart health just like humans, but they have to rely on us to take notice. Knowledge and awareness are your best tools of defense in keeping your furry friend happy and healthy. Here is everything you need to know to protect your pet's heart, brought to you by our pet door installation experts.

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Plants to Keep Away from Your Pets

Post by: Kenzie on Jan 23rd 2019

After being stuck inside all winter, summer is the time for your pets to play outside to their heart's content. But while your garden can hold a lot of fun for your cat or dog, it can also hide some dangers in plain sight. There are many average outdoor and indoor plants that are known to be toxic to pets. Here are some of the most common, brought to you by our dog door installation experts.

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What to Do If Your Dog Eats Chocolate

Post by: Kenzie on Dec 22nd 2018

It's not just a myth that chocolate can be dangerous for your pup. While digesting a couple of chocolate chips or a bite of a chocolate cookie may not be a problem, there's always a chance that even a little bit of chocolate could make your dog sick. And with the holidays in full swing there's a higher chance that your dog could get into the sweets. Knowing how much chocolate is considered toxic and treatment for chocolate poisoning could save their life if they've consumed too much. Here are some tips on what to do if your dog eats chocolate, brought to you by our dog door installation experts.

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Diabetes in Pets

Post by: Kenzie on Nov 20th 2018

November is nationally recognized as American Diabetes Month, but did you know that it is also Pet Diabetes Awareness Month? Diabetes in dogs and cats has become a growing epidemic throughout the years. Knowing what diabetes is, how to prevent it, and how to treat it if your pet develops it is our responsibility as pet owners to keep our best friends as healthy and happy as possible. Here are some facts about diabetes in pets, brought to you by our pet door installation experts.

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Why It's Important to Vaccinate Your Pet

Post by: Kenzie on Oct 19th 2018

While it may seem difficult to believe that your perfectly healthy pet could easily get sick, animals are really no different humans when it comes to contracting dangerous diseases. With the winter seasons bringing about the threat of these illnesses it's a good time to consider immunization for your pet. Here are some reasons why vaccination is so important to your pet's health, brought to you by our pet door installation and pet health experts.

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Tips for Keeping Your Cat Healthy

Post by: Kenzie on Sep 25th 2018

Though cats are famous for being loners, they can't take care of themselves on their own. In celebration of National Cat Health Month, here are some tips to keeping your cat happy and healthy, brought to you by our pet door installation experts.

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7 Fun Facts About Dogs

Post by: Kenzie on Aug 13th 2018

Dogs are man's best friend, which is why they deserve a special day to celebrate all of the wonderful things about them. In honor August 26th being National Dog Day here are some fun facts about dogs, brought to you by our dog door installation experts.

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How to Make Your Home Safer for Your Pet

Post by: Kenzie on Jul 20th 2018

Pets are far more than just animals. In many ways, taking care of them is much like caring for a child. They need time, attention, and a safe environment to live in. Here are some ways you can make your home safer for your pet, brought to you by our pet door installation experts.

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How to Recognize Signs of Stress in Your Dog

Post by: Kenzie on Jun 20th 2018

Changes in your dog's daily behavior is worrying when you don't know what they're experiencing or how to help them. Here are some of the signs that can help you recognize stress or anxiety in your dog.

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Tips to Keep Your Pet Hydrated This Summer

Post by: Kenzie on May 31st 2018

With the summertime comes long days and hot weather, and while this means a lot more fun activities to do with your pet, it can also lead to dehydration if you're not careful. Here are some helpful tips to keep your pet hydrated this summer.

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The Benefits of a Dog Door

Post by: Kenzie on Feb 6th 2018

One of our jobs as pet owners is to ensure that our pet has the best quality of life possible. Dog doors are the perfect way to give them that. It can be an unsettling thought to install an small door just for your dog to use, but dog doors have come a long way in recent years with security and accessibility. Here are some of the benefits of dog door installation.

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