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Now pets can go out when their owners can't be in
For many pet owners, there's a big dilemma these days. What do they do with their pets when they themselves are out - whether at work, on shopping trips, or just leading busy lives that might keep them away from home for a few hours.
Locking their pet in the house doesn't seem fair because it denies them their freedom and exercise. On the other hand, locking them out can seem unkind and cut them off from their food, home comforts and sanctuary.
The answer can be a pet door from PetSafe that is simple to install and easy for the pet to use.
However some owners might be worried about neighbourhood strays gaining access - helping themselves to whatever's on offer and getting up all kinds of mischief.
This can be very distressing to the resident pet, and can even be a cause of cats leaving their homes.
In this case you can reassure owners by offering them a whole range of secure options from PetSafe that restrict entry to their pet and keep unwanted visitors out.
The 'key' that lets their cat in and out can be in a collar - or activated by the cat's own microchip in the world's first and most sophisticated pet door ever.