How do you choose the correct dog door size?

Question by offlights: How do you choose the dog size?
My dad is thinking about getting a for the garage, but we have no idea what the smallest size possible would be. Our current dog is about the size of a husky, but we want to have the option of getting a bigger dog. We are lost as to how big the door has to be for a dog to easily go through.

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Comments

    • Hayley H
    • May 13, 2012

    If you dog is big for it’s kind then you should get a X-Large but you might want to measure your dog from the top of the head to the bottom of the foot. But I think that it would use a x large.

    • Sincerely Yours [[&& Hearts]]
    • May 13, 2012

    Well.. it has to be big enough for the dog to get out, with a more room in case hte dog hits a growth spurt. Sorry, I dont think I helped.

    • CC
    • May 13, 2012

    Just take measurements on the dogs from head to toe and see how big that is and then put it up to the garage and see how big the door will have to be to fit the dog.

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