Lure Poupoune through the pet door, with sweet words and doggy treats. It doesn’t come naturally, but she’ll learn, smart dog as she is.
By mare •
Wednesday, 25 January, 2006 @ 08:02
She’s learned, all right! And now she asks to go out (and come in) and go out (and come in) and go out (and come in) and go out (and come in) and go out (and come in) and…
Wednesday, 25 January, 2006 @ 09:37
It looks very much like a regular cat door. But it doesn’t open by itself? I’m confused now.
Wednesday, 25 January, 2006 @ 10:02
It’s a cat door for dogs. Marketed as PetDoor, with pictures of dogs on it. It opens if the dog puts it’s paw or it’s muzzle against it, but since it’s somewhat locked with a magnetic strip it’s kind of scary for the metal-fobic Poupoune. And no, it doesn’t open by itself, it’s not that fancy.
Wednesday, 25 January, 2006 @ 10:09
The pet door she can open herself, and itís in the door on the airlock.
The kitchen door she canít open herself and thereís no pet door in it.
| Outside wall of house (brick)
__________ Walls of airlock (plastic sheeting)
| Kitchen door (metal, no pet door)
# Airlock door (metal, contains pet door)
Does this help?
Monday, 30 January, 2006 @ 13:47
Yes. Thanks. I can sleep now. Phew!
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