Door Buddy Review
Iâm Edie the pug and I have a confession to make.
I like snacking in the cat litter boxes.
There. I said it.
Donât judge me.
As Iâve told my humans âDonât knock it unless youâve tried itâ đ
Apparently this âdirty secretâ of mine is not acceptable behavior. Itâs met with nasty looks and words no pug should ever hear đ
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 – theÂ Door Buddy.
Whatâs a Door Buddy you ask? Well letâs just say itâs no buddy of mine đ
The Door Buddy was made with dogs like me in mind, dogs that enjoy kitty litter snacking andÂ lickingÂ out cat food dishes.Â The Door Buddy helps keep dogs out of rooms that they shouldnât 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 youâre done!
Doors areÂ now easily latched and unlatched by adults – not dogs!
My days of kitty litter treasure hunting and licking out the cat dishes are now over đÂ My humans can now relax knowing I wonât be treasure hunting in the litter boxes, and the cats are happy because I canât clean out their food dishes.
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.comÂ they donate $1.00 to Pet Partners.