Door Buddy – Review

Door Buddy Review

I’m Edie the pug and I have a confession to make.

I like snacking in the cat litter boxes.

There. I said it.

Don’t judge me.

As I’ve told my humans “Don’t knock it unless you’ve tried it” 😉

Door Buddy Review #sp

I can clean the kitty litter boxes

Apparently this “dirty secret” of mine is not acceptable behavior. It’s met with nasty looks and words no pug should ever hear 😉

In an effort to curtail my persistence of wanting to sample kitty litter treasures, my humans tired blocking the door entrance to the kitty litter room, but then the cat’s couldn’t always gain access. Then they installed a gate with a door, but since slimming down I can now easily slide thru the door in the gate! Just a note to those doggies that need to loose weight, there are so many advantages to getting trim!

Then this happened – the Door Buddy.

What’s a Door Buddy you ask? Well let’s just say it’s no buddy of mine 😉

Door Buddy #sp

Door Buddy – Lets cats in, keeps dogs out

The Door Buddy was made with dogs like me in mind, dogs that enjoy kitty litter snacking and licking out cat food dishes. The Door Buddy helps keep dogs out of rooms that they shouldn’t be in, and rooms not safe for them to enter.

I watched as the Door Buddy was quickly and easily installed. No tools were required. Just reveal the sticker, attach one end to your doorframe; adjust the strap to the door opening size required; attached the latch on the door, and you’re done!

Doors are now easily latched and unlatched by adults – not dogs!

Hey! What's going on? Let me in!

Hey! What’s going on? Let me in!

My days of kitty litter treasure hunting and licking out the cat dishes are now over 🙁 My humans can now relax knowing I won’t be treasure hunting in the litter boxes, and the cats are happy because I can’t clean out their food dishes.

Door Buddy Review #sp

You can’t clean my dishes now Edie!

If you have a kitty litter connoisseur in your home, or a dog that enjoys cat food, the Door Buddy may just be the device for you!

The Door Buddy comes in 5 different colours and they offer a 30 day money back guarantee.

For every Door Buddy sold on TheDoorBuddy.com they donate $1.00 to Pet Partners.

I received the Door Buddy in exchange for my honest review. I only share information on products that I would use for my pets. All opinions are mine and do not reflect those of the Door Buddy.

Author: Kelly Harding & Edie The Pug

Share This Post On

30 Comments

  1. These are great! I had not heard of them until your post. Thanks for sharing. We don’t have pup trying to sneak away with cat poo, but we do have a dog who tries to sneak into the pantry!

    Post a Reply
    • Oh the pantry! Now there’s a challenge 😉

      Post a Reply
  2. Aww, don’t feel too badly Edie most of us doggies find kitty poo to be a delicacy of the grandest kind! The humans just don’t understand. I’m sorry you’ve found such an effective product pal, looks like your kitty delicacy days are over!
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

    Post a Reply
    • I don’t understand why my humom and the Door Buddy would want to put a stop to dogs partaking in kitty litter snacking? 😉

      Post a Reply
  3. Oh I’ve got to share this with Jan from Wag ‘n Woof Pets! She has the same problem! For us the litter box is on a platform that we can’t reach because I’ve been known to sample litter box treasures too. Love Dolly

    Post a Reply
  4. Oh my dog this is so funny, you are certainly making your humans work to keep you out of the places they don’t want you to be!

    Post a Reply
    • Oh my humom gets beside herself when I sneak off to have a snack! But those days are now over with the installation of the Door Buddy.

      Post a Reply
  5. Well… I’m sorry to hear about your vice, but I’m glad you found a solution to it!

    Post a Reply
    • My humom not impressed with my “vice”, I really not see an issue with it 😉 But my days of litter snacking are over 🙁

      Post a Reply
    • Yes, the only thing is the dog must be bigger than the entrance opening. Does Mr. N partake in kitty litter snacking?

      Post a Reply
  6. What a great idea! I don’t think it would work for my Chihuahuas, but it is a great option to keep my bigger dogs out of rooms they don’t belong in!

    Post a Reply
    • A great idea, but the only thing is the dog must be bigger than the cat! Maybe it would work for keeping the cat out of the dogs room!

      Post a Reply
    • A clever and simple solution! The cats love it, the humans love it – me….BOL!

      Post a Reply
  7. We have one! We got it at BlogPaws and we are sending it to my Grandma in the UK as she has a kitty who goes in and out but wr want to keep dogs out – sorry 😉

    We love the video too. perfect and show how easy it is to install.

    Post a Reply
    • I bet your Grandma will love it! The dog – not so much 😉
      The Door Buddy couldn’t have been easier to install!

      Post a Reply
  8. Oh no foiled again!! Although really … I am totally judging you and EWWWW!!! so … yeah I am siding with the humans on this one! Kinda glad we have no cat!

    Post a Reply
    • Yup! They just keep coming up with simple yet effective products to keep us dogs out of trouble!

      Post a Reply
  9. I love simple solutions! Sometimes management is the only way to keep dogs away from irresistible yums, be it fatty cat food or …digested cat food, lol.

    Post a Reply
    • Yes, very simple and very effective!

      Post a Reply
  10. Such a great idea! I don’t have a cat, but I know the litter box would be a problem if I did because Henry will eat ANYTHING!

    Post a Reply
    • It’s not just for dogs that have a taste for cat box treasures! It also keeps them out of rooms that might not be safe for them to enter.

      Post a Reply
  11. Sharing with a friend! Thanks.

    Post a Reply
    • Thanks for sharing!

      Post a Reply
  12. This sure looks like a great little gadget that could come in handy for many things!

    Post a Reply
    • It has many more uses than keeping dogs out of litter boxes and cat dishes. Works well for keeping small children out of rooms that might not be safe for them to enter as well.

      Post a Reply
  13. I have this set up in my home office to keep Magical-Dawg from (ahem) snacking.

    Post a Reply
    • My (ahem) snacking days are over.

      Post a Reply

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: