The Ultimate Pet Door Solution for Tenants and Landlords

Paws Pet Doors has developed an innovative, effective and simple solution to the age old problem facing Tenants and Landlords of how to enjoy the benefits of a pet door.

With more and more landlords agreeing to allow pets in their rental properties, we have a product that gives all the benefits of a Pet Door, for your pet and yourself, whilst not requiring alterations such as a hole in the door or wall or new glass panels, which have to be repaired at the end of the lease.

Totally portable, so easy to install and remove without any alterations, hinged to retain the original opening space without compromising security.

Made from security strength aluminium extrusions similar to your current door, it is guaranteed for 10 years.  Four different sizes to accommodate your pet and seven standard colours

The Paws Petdoor Patio Insert for Security and Glass Sliding Doors is simply the best on the market in all aspects, quality, simplicity, flexibility and value.


Simple to install, all that’s required is common sense, a screwdriver (hand or power) and a bit of patience. If like me you don’t fit into that category, or are too busy or simply prefer a professional to do it, we can arrange an installer. Cost of installer not included in the price.
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Instructions for installing a Paws Patio Pet Door Panel/Insert

1.    Remove parrot tooth from channel of door frame and place it in the lock on the sliding door with a screw in the parrot tooth to mark the new position for the tooth to lock onto the sliding door

2.    Take the pet door panel, place it hinge side into the channel of the door frame, adjust it up and down so it swings freely, then screw into position (screws supplied)

3.    Close the pet door panel and bring the sliding door across to mark the position of the parrot tooth to be screwed into  the Panel Insert to allow the sliding door to be locked to the Panel Insert.

4.    Close the sliding door to the pet door panel to make sure it locks. If it doesn’t, you will need to adjust the height of the parrot tooth; this is easily done when putting in the second screw.