Does your doggy door lure evil guests?

Animal lovers, your pet door might be a security risk for bold burglars, and it might even give access to unwanted critters aside from your cherished dog or cat. In the Northwest, that can mean raccoons, squirrels, or even a skunk. But you can replace, renovate, or shrink your pet door to discourage intruders whether they’re human or animal. Learn about your options (and some stupid robbers) in this Associated Press article that appeared in The Seattle Times.

by  Jon Osterberg



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