Help make a cover for doggie door to help with draft.

q help make a cover for doggie door to help with draft
q help make a cover for doggie door to help with draft
q help make a cover for doggie door to help with draft
  11 answers
  • Nancy Nardone Nancy Nardone on Jan 03, 2018
    If you find out please let me know Same problem

  • Kri31906500 Kri31906500 on Jan 04, 2018
    I have used a small curtain rod (or nails) to hang up heavy fabric above & over the doggie door. My dog still finds her way under and through.

  • Doo24093099 Doo24093099 on Jan 04, 2018
    Lowes sells a double door model that greatly reduces the draft

  • Carolyn Seeliger Carolyn Seeliger on Jan 04, 2018
    I used an old car floor mat. A small one that fits in floor board of a small car. You can get them at Walmart. Get the ones that don't have the grippers on the back side. Or you can use a dog food mat. Cut to size.

  • Carol McCormack Carol McCormack on Jan 04, 2018
    We made a tunnel on the outside with wood, having 2 sides and a top. Nailed it together, painted it and it worked wonderful stopped the wind from blowing to the flap. We did add some trim to make it look much better on the outside as well as supports on the inside.

    • See 1 previous
    • Cynthia Cynthia on Jan 06, 2018
      Pictures ?

  • Sherry Sherry on Jan 04, 2018
    I have a similar problem and I've been considering using Velcro around the inside frame of the doggie door to attach a quilted curtain that will open for pet but will keep out the cold. I'll let you know if it works.

  • Sta21758564 Sta21758564 on Jan 04, 2018
    I put a strip of Velcro across the top of the doggie door, then hung a piece of heavy duty material on it. I did this on both sides. Then I hung a curtain rod and put two layers of old curtains I made on the rod. I pinned the second layer on top of the first. Four dogs, one is blind, and a pot belly pig, they all use it! Last year I used a thermal lined curtain, I think that worked better.

  • V Smith V Smith on Jan 04, 2018
    Inside you could add track on three sides and slide a wood or metal door down to close the opening at night. You can staple or hot glue some quilted fabric or leather to a lath strip and and hang it on the door with Command Hooks velcro type hangers.

  • Barbara Barbara on Jan 04, 2018
    If it is on a metal door, try putting magnetic tape down the sides and across the bottom. Your dog can open it easily when coming in and it will seal automatically. I'm pretty sure the dog will also be able to get out just as easily. Magnetic tape is pliable. Good Luck!

  • Heidi Williams Heidi Williams on Jan 06, 2018
    We used a old rug. Cut it in fat strips and attached on the inside.

  • Itsmemic Itsmemic on Jan 07, 2018
    I bought heavy vinyl ribbed material comes in a roll at home depot. Cut thick strips to cover dog door, then framed it all with molding. Works great ! Been doing this for years. Change the flaps every year :)