Sliding Dog Gate Protects Door from Scratches by KentM

Cardinal Crystal Clear Plastic Door Scratch Protector Pet Dog Cat Shield 33
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If your dog tends to scratch the door and leave marks when it’s time to go out, get the door protector. | 28 Ingenious Things For Your Dog You Had No Idea You Needed
If your dog scratches the door to go out, use a door protector to minimize…
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There are nowadays rapid use of door protector for dogs because people have pet animals specially dogs and cats and they scratch the doors to go outside or to come inside because they are not sensible enough to understand the importance and value of the goods so as they want freedom they scratch the doors with their paws so this kind of damages increases the need of door protector to save their valuables and their dog also have the freedom. Dog scratching door. Not again! #clawguard #doorscratchprotection
Photo provided by FlickrSliding Dog Gate Protects Door from Scratches by KentM
Photo provided by FlickrA not-so-in-your-face way to protect your door from scratching dogs
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These things can happen for a lot of reasons, whether your dog isn’t thrilled with the idea of being left alone in the house, or simply anxious to get out on their daily walk… you can’t really blame them, so after that I’ve decided to adopt a new tactic on how to keep my door safe by using the pet door shield for scratch protection.DIY Tip of the Day: Protecting Doors From Dog Scratches. Protect your doors from your dog’s claws with 1/8-in. or thinner Plexiglas. Cut the Plexiglas so it fits inside the door jambs and is 1 ft. higher than the reach of your dog. (Hardware stores will cut the Plexiglas for you). Mount it with 3/4 in. roundhead screws. If you have a large dog and need plastic above the doorknob, make a cutout with a 3-in. hole saw.Door Scratch Protector lets dog claw at door when they want to go out (or come in) without leaving marks. Hangs from doorknob with ten hook-and-loop anchors to hold in place. Clear vinyl that wipes clean with damp cloth. 16 x 36".DIY Tip of the Day: Protecting Doors From Dog Scratches. Protect your doors from your dog’s claws with 1/8-in. or thinner Plexiglas. Cut the Plexiglas so it fits inside the door jambs and is 1 ft. higher than the reach of your dog. (Hardware stores will cut the Plexiglas for you). Mount it with 3/4 in. roundhead screws. If you have a large dog and need plastic above the doorknob, make a cutout with a 3-in. hole saw.If your dog tends to scratch the door and leave marks when it's time to go out, get the door protector. | 28 Ingenious Things For Your Dog You Had No Idea You NeededMany people need ways to stop a dog from scratching up a door. Some claw with excitement as people approach, while others try to scratch and dig their way in or out. The larger the canine, the greater the damage. They can also cause serious injuries to their paws and nails. Teaching the animal to stop clawing the door is the ideal solution, but it’s best to begin with methods of protection. Training an animal requires time and patience. Ignore the problem and it won’t take long before the wood or metal becomes ugly and ruined. Worse yet, the dog could become seriously injured. After applying a door scratch protector, begin training methods to end the bad behavior.