We called about every installer in town only to find that most did not return our call or they did not install dog doors. I don't know if they thought it wasn't worth the money or the time or they just didn't know what they were doing. It was very disheartening. We did find one installer who said he never installed a door before but he would try; only problem was he was highly allergic to pets. The 30 minutes he was here resulted in ma giving him a allergy pill and his face swelling up!!
Ma was not too comfortable with allowing him to do the work. I agreed because seeing a man's face swell up in front of me was doggone scary! I couldn't take my eyes off him. I couldn't stop staring and Scooby started growling at him. Now, please know we are very well behaved but when a persons face starts swelling up in front of you , its freaky!
Blogpaws contacted ma and she told them she needed to send the door back. We were so sad. BlogPaws sent the return label to put on the door to ship it back and ma said we could call the brown truck people to pick it up
|Not UPS driver|
but since we needed to do errands , we decided to take it to a drop off center.
|But I don't want to send it back!|
The door is on it's way back to Plexidor. Yes I am sad but I am grateful that I was chosen to be one of the BlogPaws bloggers who would get to enjoy the door. I do want to thank Plexidor for their patience with us while we attempted to get a installer and working with us to help find someone. But it just wasn't meant to be......I will add that if you are searching for a new dog door, please check out Plexidor dog doors. These are top quality, extra secure and very well made doors. They are well worth the price and effort!
*I was compensated for my original post from the Plexidor company. I decided to post this to let my viewers know the status of my door and that even though I did not get my door installed I would still recommend the product.