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Hale Pet Door In Glass Installation Pet Door

Hale Pet Door

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Hale Pet Door In Glass Installation Pet Door

The Hale Pet Door In Glass Installation Model is made to be installed directly into a pane of glass. The Hale Pet Door In Glass Model provides the most aesthetic and unobtrusive option on the market for window or glass door installation.

Please Note: Since this model is designed to be installed directly into a pane of glass, please consult with a professional glazier for installation. Existing tempered glass panes cannot be cut into and will require replacing the entire pane of glass.

For Sliding Glass Doors: Please note that for sliding glass door installations, we generally recommend you install it on the sliding portion of the door, unless you have a Pella slider. There is a chance that the pet door can get caught in between the stationary and sliding doors. The exterior of the frame protrudes 3/16" out, while the interior of the frame protrudes 9/16". The pin lock on the interior also protrudes 1.5" out. Please take these measurements into consideration if installing into a sliding glass door.

Single pane versions of the in glass model utilize a 3/16” tempered safety glass while the double pane model is a modified version of the door model that uses dual pane tempered insulated glass and is made to fit widths of ¼” to 1 3/8” glass thickness. If you single pane is thicker than 3/16” then you’ll have to select the dual pane model.

Sizing Chart

Size Flap Opening Rough Opening Tip to Tip Pet Weight Pet Shoulder Height Breed Examples
Small 5 1/2" x 7 1/2" 7 3/8" x 9 3/8" 8 3/8" x 10 3/8" Very small cats up to 8 lbs. Up to 7" Cats (only very small)
Small Medium 6 1/2" x 9 1/2" 8 1/2" x 11 1/2" 9 9/16" x 12 9/16" Most cats, small dogs 6-12 lbs. 9"-13" Cats, Chihuahua, Dachshund, Mini Poodle
Tall Small Medium 6 1/2" x 12 1/2" 8 1/2" x 14 1/2" 9 9/16" x 15 3/8" Dogs 12-25 lbs 12"-15" Mini Pinscher, Maltese
Medium 8 1/2" x 12 1/2" 10 1/2" x 14 1/2" 11 9/16" x 15 3/8" Dogs 10-35 lbs. 12"-15" Terriers, Pug, Corgi, Shiba Inu
Tall Medium 8 1/2" x 16" 10 1/2" x 18" 11 9/16" x 19 1/16" Tall Dogs 30-45 lbs. 15"-20" Cocker Spaniel, Sheltie, Beagle
Large 11" x 16" 13" x 18" 14 1/16" x 19 1/16" Dogs 40-55 lbs. 15"-20" Basset, Chow, Keeshond, Husky
Tall Large 11" x 19 1/2" 13" x 21 5/8" 14 1/16" x 22 9/16" Taller Dogs 50-95 lbs. 21"-24" German Shepherd, Labrador Retriever
Tall Large Plus 11" x 23 1/2" 13" x 25 5/8" 14 1/16" x 26 9/16" Tall slender dogs to 110 lbs. 25"-27" Standard Poodle, Irish Setter, Greyhound
Extra Tall Large 11" x 27 1/2" 13" x 29 5/8" 14 1/16" x 30 9/16" Very tall, slender dogs to 120 lbs. 24"-31" Afghan, Irish Wolfhound, Borzoi
Extra Large 14" x 19 1/2" 16" x 21 5/8" 17 1/16" x 22 9/16" Large dogs to 120 lbs. 22"-24" Rottweiler, Akita, Bulldog
Extra Large Plus 14" x 23 1/2" 16" x 25 5/8" 17 1/16" x 26 9/16" Larger dogs to 150 lbs. 25"-27" St. Bernard, Newfoundland
Giant 15 1/2" x 27 1/2" 17 5/8" x 29 5/8" 18 9/16" x 30 9/16" Most Giant Breeds 25"-31" Great Dane, Mastiff, Great Pyrenees

 

Why Hale Pet Doors are top rated

  • Strong & Durable – All Hale Pet Door In Glass doors are built with longevity in mind. Most pet doors in the market today that can be found in big box stores are not sturdy and generally have some sort of breakage after a year of use. A pet door is essentially a home improvement item. You wouldn’t cheap out on a new toilet would you?? The Hale pet door frames are made of heavy-duty extruded aluminum with steel reinforced corners..
  • Twelve sizing options for versatility – Hale Pet Door is the only pet door manufacturer that allows customers to choose from 12 different sizes for the frame, making it easy for customers to find a size that fits anything from a small cat to a large Great Dane.
  • Keeps outside elements out – The Hale Pet door keeps the inside of your house clean with its design. The flap on the pet door itself utilizes alnico magnets for a strong sealing value, as well as nylon weather pile to keep other elements out. 
  • 5 year no fault warranty – The Hale Pet door is backed by a comprehensive 5 year no fault warranty.
  • Made in the USA – All Hale Pet Doors are designed and manufactured in the USA for quality purposes!

Product Options

  • Flap Type – The clear vinyl flap allows ease of use for your pet. Please see sizing chart to choose the right size for your pet.
  • Flap Size – Hale provides 12 different sizes, from small to giant for pets of all sizes. Also choose from a single and double flap option.
  • Frame Color – Choose from four different colors: Brush Aluminum, Beige, Dark Bronze, or White. Please note that the security cover color will be a complimentary color of the frame color you choose.
  • Security Cover Load Direction - Choose from top loading, left loading, and right loading for your security cover options!

Hale Pet Door 5 Year No Fault Warranty

Please see Hale Pet Door’s 5 Year Warranty Terms here

Shipping

Hale Pet Door Shipping Times

  • Hale Pet Doors ship via FedEx Ground from Canon City, Colorado. Please reference the map below to calculate shipping times.
  • Hale Door Mounts and Wall Mounts generally take 1-5 business days to manufacturer before shipping out.
  • Custom options on door and wall models can take 7-10 business days to manufacture.
  • All glass models, such as panels or windows, ship in 3-4 weeks due to manufacturing process.

 

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Sizing & Measurement

Sizing Chart

Size Flap Opening Rough Opening Tip to Tip Pet Weight Pet Shoulder Height Breed Examples
SMALL
Small 5 1/2" x 7 1/2" 7 3/8" x 9 3/8" 8 3/8" x 10 3/8" Very small cats up to 8 lbs. Up to 7" Cats (very small only)
Small Medium 6 1/2" x 9 1/2" 8 1/2" x 11 1/2" 9 9/16" x 12 9/16" Most cats, small dogs 6-12 lbs. 9"-13" Cats, Chihuahua, Dachshund, Mini Poodle
Tall Small Medium 6 1/2" x 12 1/2" 8 1/2" x 14 1/2" 9 9/16" x 15 3/8" Dogs 12-25 lbs 12"-15" Mini Pinscher, Maltese
MEDIUM
Medium 8 1/2" x 12 1/2" 10 1/2" x 14 1/2" 11 9/16" x 15 3/8" Dogs 10-35 lbs. 12"-15" Terriers, Pug, Corgi, Shiba Inu
Tall Medium 8 1/2" x 16" 10 1/2" x 18" 11 9/16" x 19 1/16" Tall Dogs 30-45 lbs. 15"-20" Cocker Spaniel, Sheltie, Beagle
LARGE
Large 11" x 16" 13" x 18" 14 1/16" x 19 1/16" Dogs 40-55 lbs. 15"-20" Basset, Chow, Keeshond, Husky
Tall Large 11" x 19 1/2" 13" x 21 5/8" 14 1/16" x 22 9/16" Taller Dogs 50-95 lbs. 21"-24" German Shepherd, Labrador Retriever
Tall Large Plus 11" x 23 1/2" 13" x 25 5/8" 14 1/16" x 26 9/16" Tall slender dogs to 110 lbs. 25"-27" Standard Poodle, Irish Setter, Greyhound
Extra Tall Large 11" x 27 1/2" 13" x 29 5/8" 14 1/16" x 30 9/16" Very tall, slender dogs to 120 lbs. 24"-31" Afghan, Irish Wolfhound, Borzoi
EXTRA LARGE
Extra Large 14" x 19 1/2" 16" x 21 5/8" 17 1/16" x 22 9/16" Large dogs to 120 lbs. 22"-24" Rottweiler, Akita, Bulldog
Extra Large Plus 14" x 23 1/2" 16" x 25 5/8" 17 1/16" x 26 9/16" Larger dogs to 150 lbs. 25"-27" St. Bernard, Newfoundland
Giant 15 1/2" x 27 1/2" 17 5/8" x 29 5/8" 18 9/16" x 30 9/16" Most Giant Breeds 25"-31" Great Dane, Mastiff, Great Pyrenees

Measuring your pet for a pet door is quite simple. Follow the simple instructions below to accurately measure your pet in order to choose the right size for your pet.

Measuring Your Pet

  1. Measure the Height

    Measuring the height of your pet is simple. The height will be used to determine how high you can install the pet door. Grab a tape measure and measure from the ground to the tallest point of your pet’s back. We suggest adding an inch or two to this measurement just to be safe.

    The top of the flap should be at least 1" above the top of the dog's back


  2. Measure the width of your pet

    The width will be used to determine the width of the flap that you will purchase. All you need to do is open a door wide enough so that your pet can walk through comfortably. Once your pet walks through, measure that width of the opening and add an inch or two for safety.


    Measure how wide of an opening your pet can fit through, don't measure the pet directly
  3. Measuring the Step-Over / Rise

    The step over or “rise” is the measurement from the bottom of your door or wall to the base of the pet door. This is basically the height that your pet must step over in order to get through the door. Please note that this measurement should be factored in with the pet’s height you measured earlier when choosing an appropriate pet door height. With step overs, the lower they are, the easier it is for the pet to get through. For dogs with health issues such as arthritis or are of old age, it is recommended that you have a small step over.


    Make sure your pet can comfortably step over the distance between the pet door and the ground

To summarize, here is a diagram of the measurements you should take:

Flap height + step over = total height. The total height should be at least 1" taller than the top of the pet's back

Measuring Your Door or Walls

Besides measuring your pet, you also have to measure your door or wall when installing a pet door. There are two measurements you must take into consideration: the rough opening size and the outer frame size. The rough opening size is the actual size of the hole that you will be cutting into your door or wall. Generally the inner frame of the pet door will fit in there. The outer frame measurement is the measurement of the outer framing of the pet door that’s usually a couple inches larger. For tight spaces, this outer frame measurement is important to know.

Outside frame dimension and rough opening measurement

Measuring Your Door or Walls

Besides measuring your pet, you also have to measure your door or wall when installing a pet door. There are two measurements you must take into consideration: the rough opening size and the outer frame size. The rough opening size is the actual size of the hole that you will be cutting into your door or wall. Generally the inner frame of the pet door will fit in there. The outer frame measurement is the measurement of the outer framing of the pet door that’s usually a couple inches larger. For tight spaces, this outer frame measurement is important to know.

Measuring for a Sliding Glass Door Pet Door

Measuring your sliding glass door is a must before purchasing a sliding glass door panel pet door. There generally isn’t a standard height for sliding glass doors and they can vary greatly from brand to brand.

Here’s how to measure:

Place the end of the measuring tape you use up inside the track as high as it will go and measure down a convenient distance and then draw a line with a pencil.

Then, put the end of the measuring tape down into the track towards the bottom and start measuring from the line you drew previously.

Simply add those two numbers together and you got your track height.

If you measure all at once, you might not get the most accurate number as the measuring tape curves towards the bottom. The different sizing ranges for panels is precise and if you happen to mis-measure, it will become a hassle.

Other Things to Consider When Choosing the Correct Size Pet Door

If you currently have a puppy or kitten, remember that they will continue to grow. Finding out the size that they will be approximately can help you make the right purchase. People often judge this based on their parents’ size.

Having a door that is mounted low gives more comfort for pets to step over. Young pets should have no problem going through a door, but as they age, having a higher step over can become an issue for pets with health issues.

Making sure the pet door is tall enough for your pet is also crucial with age as having a pet door that is too short will require hunching from your pet, which over time can be hard on your pet’s hips. Flaps will generally last longer too if the pet isn’t rubbing against the top part of the door as well.

If you have multiple pets, make sure that the door you get can accommodate all of them. It must be low enough for the shortest pet to step over but also tall enough for the tallest one to fit through comfortably.

Got any questions on measuring? We're here to help. Call us at (888) 557-PETS or send us an email at contact@petschoicesupply.com. 

Warranty

Hale Pet Door 5 Year Warranty

Click to see Hale Pet Door’s 5 Year Warranty Terms here

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