If you have a dog, do you have a dog door?

If you have a dog, do you have a dog door?

Bignuf Bignuf
I will never have a home again without a fenced yard and a doggy door. It is such a blessing to have the dog be able to come and go as they please (to a fenced yard) and not be forced to "walk" my dogs, unless we want to go on a walk.

How about you? How many people have a dog door they use?
10/21/2012
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emiliaa emiliaa
I have 3, and no doggy door--no fence, either, so that'd be why. xD
10/21/2012
puglove puglove
I have 1 dog and no doggy door. But like flawlessedoza I also do not have a fenced in yard.
10/21/2012
funluvinmama funluvinmama
We have 2 doggies but no doggy door. My kids get the joys of letting the dogs in and out when they ask to be let out.
10/21/2012
Rossie Rossie
We don't need a doggie door because my baby likes us to accompany him when he needs to go.
10/21/2012
melissa1973 melissa1973
2 dogs, no door, and like Rosie, my daughter gets to take them out.
10/21/2012
Beautiful-Disaster Beautiful-Disaster
4 dogs... No doggy door!.. My one chocolate lab opens the sliding door sometimes.
10/21/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
3 dogs and one cat, they all use the dog door. After four years of not having to let them out every time I will never go back.
10/21/2012
AmethystSmoke AmethystSmoke
We won't have a home without a dog door. We had one in our last home and one of the first things we did when we moved into our current home was install a dog door.

My oldest dogs remembered how to "ask" to go out while the ones younger than 9 yo never really had to learn since we seldom locked the dog door. It was amazing that the younger dogs learned in just a couple of days to either scratch the backdoor or come looking for us - not a single "accident".
10/21/2012
Rod Ronald Rod Ronald
Nope, no doggy door for us.
10/21/2012
KyotoAngel KyotoAngel
No doggy door here, Ceaser can't be trusted off a leash so he has to have an escort everywhere.
Then again he doesn't even walk that well on a leash either. xD
10/21/2012
Sammi Sammi
No doggy door here either - that's one of the kids' chores to let them out and in.
10/21/2012
gsfanatic gsfanatic
Nope, she'd fuss if she wanted in or out. Since she was a larger dog, if the dog could get in, so could quite a few burglers, so a door was a bad idea
10/21/2012
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Unique posters: 13