Do dog doors let the air come in around the flaps when they aren’t being used?

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I’m having new Energy Star efficient doors installed in my house and am contemplating having a dog door installed. Do dog doors let the air come in around the flaps when the dogs aren’t going in and out. I’m worried about loosing the efficiency of the door by adding a dog door. Also, what is the best dog door out there?

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Answer by Launi *No dog is perfect*
No. Buy an excellent quality with magnetic closure.

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    • philospher77
    • May 30, 2012

    When I was looking into cat doors, I ran across the website below. They do a good job of describing the pros and cons of different brands of doors, and will be able to guide you to a good door. Keep in mind that, as with most things, the better the door, the more expensive!

    • Kala
    • May 30, 2012

    My dog door from invisible fence co. lets in air. At night we hang a sheet over the door. I wish there was a cover to put over it.

    • Hoohoo
    • May 30, 2012

    If it’s a thick, strong flap with insulative edges it should be fine. Don’t trust the flimsy ones or the ones that might bend after Fido uses it a while. Don’t know the best brand but you’ll know by checking a bunch out in person just from looking and feeling.

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