Traviesa!!!!! Zoe as Breakout/Breakin Artist

 

 

The Solution (Needs some paint.) :

 

Pasia

Pasiano cut this wooden barrier and screwed it to the Plastic frame of the cat door. The door is metal so would have made for a trickier attachment. Let’s see if this is strong enough to stop a determined puppy.

 

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8 thoughts on “Traviesa!!!!! Zoe as Breakout/Breakin Artist

  1. Marion Couvillion

    Oh I have almost the same problem… Actually I have three doggy doors in my house, each closing off a different part of my house, first from outside into my “man cave” with the jacuzzi and sauna, The cats love this room the best, then another from there onto the sun porch where the “cat boxes” are located, and then another one from there that opens into my bedroom. My (Barn) guest house has only two, one into my shop and another into my library- guest apartment, both to the outside. Tami is so fast that when I walk out of my front door she negotiates all three of those doors and is at the front gate waiting when I get there, so she can go with me~! The little poops can out think you every time~!

    I realize that you could not let yours run free due to having close neighbors, but I do not have that problem.

    So though the animals can have free run of the outside, there are times when I must close down part. If I leave Tami in the house when I am going somewhere she can not come, I must close her off to keep her from trying to follow me.. That closes the outside one off etc.

    All three have a sliding plastic door that I drop into the opening and it quickly keeps them in or out when the need arrives. If I am having company that does not like cats, they can have access to their boxes etc. Works for me…

    *This price is not too much, and the size is right for my cats and dog but you may need another size. *

    On Sun, Apr 3, 2022 at 9:08 AM lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown wrote:

    > lifelessons posted: “https://youtu.be/Fry2N4rNcuY The Solution (Needs > some paint.) : Pasia Pasiano cut this wooden barrier and screwed it to > the Plastic frame of the cat door. The door is metal so would have made for > a trickier attachment. Let’s s” >

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    1. lifelessons Post author

      The big dogs broke the plastic one but never bothered with the duct tape. I think the present solution is good. Just have to make it more esthetically pleasing.

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  2. annieasksyou

    My younger daughter is a professional dog trainer (probably prompted by the series of poorly trained animals she grew up with), so I know we never call a doggie “bad.” But when I watch your little Zoe, I think not of “Peck’s Bad Boy”—but of “Judy’s Bad Girl”!

    She’s so delicious; I would melt any time I’d have to discipline her.

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