FREE SHIPPINGon all usa orders

Door Buddy Gets Rave Review From PetPav!

Posted on June 15 2016

PetPav says Door Buddy is the perfect solution to Keep Your Dog (or Child) away from your cat’s space!


     Any pet owner who has a dog and a cat knows that (with some effort), they can become best buddies. But, the biggest struggle among our cats and dogs is to keep our dogs away from our cats’ food and litter box. And, if you have a new crawling baby or early stage toddler, there is inevitably the same problem. So, what’s a pet owner to do? Well, The Door Buddy is the perfect solution to let our cats have their own space and keep our dogs (and exploring babies) away from it!

What is the Door Buddy?

The Door Buddy is an adjustable door strap that mounts on your door and door frame and holds any door in your house open wide enough so your cat can get inside the room, but at the same time keep larger dogs and babies out! The Door Buddy has an easy to use hook that simply inserts into a latch that makes it super easy for adults to enter the secured room while staying intact. Door Buddy can also be used with one hand from inside or outside the room."

Check out this video to see how Door Buddy works:

The Door Buddy is great for cats, dogs and babies!

The Door Buddy is a great way to let your cats have their litterbox, food and toys in one space or room without the worry of your dog or baby getting inside and into your cats’ food (or litter!) With a Door Buddy installed, you can have peace of mind knowing that your cat’s food and litter is being used by ONLY your cat. Sure, there are baby and pet gates. But, the Door Buddy is affordable, so easy to install, AND much more convenient especially if you are trying to block access to a room that you need to enter frequently. Door Buddy also allows for proper airflow in between rooms which might help reduce heating and cooling costs.

Click here to read full article.


Leave a comment

All blog comments are checked prior to publishing

Recent Posts

  • Is Dog Training Really Necessary?

    Nov 08 2019

    If you live with a cat, you’ll know that verbal commands are often ignored. You’ve probably adjusted to simply admiring their independen...

  • Training Your Cat for a New Baby

    Nov 06 2019

    Your cat has happily been running the household for years, only to notice a new presence in their home. One who they're not as happy to ...

  • Why Do Cats Hate Closed Doors?

    Jun 17 2019

    Written by: Dan Richardson It’s a common scenario, you’re in the bathroom minding your own business when suddenly you hear frantic scratc...

Follow us on Instagram

@thedoorbuddy On Twitter

Like us on Facebook

Join our Mailing List

Sign up now for Door Buddy news, updates and special promotions.



Sold Out