Replacement flaps for pet doors are unique for each manufacturer. You cannot substitute one type of flap for another, therefore one cannot upgrade from one type of flap to another as each model has unique connection points, design and sometimes even method of movement. Below you will see replacement flaps and images to help determine your particular pet door flap. Sometimes the measurements are slightly different from printed measurements, this is because some manufacturers will round-off the exact measurement. If you are uncertain or would like our opinion as to the flap you may need, please call our customer service team for assistance. We cannot guarantee our recommendations as we cannot see the exact unit you need to replace, but we are very knowledgeable and will help in any way we can.
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Every effort has been made to depict the most accurate information. In most every case we have hand-measured the flaps so that we can provide the same measurements that you will encounter with you door. Often replacement flaps are designated as well by the pet opening of the pet door.
It is very helpful to know the brand of door you have and match as closely as possible with the selections below. If unsure, use our Flap Finder Tool.
If you would like assistance, please give us a call at 1-800-829-7876.
Special Note: PetSafe had discontinued these Pet Door Models - Flaps are also discontinued. If you need to replace your current 'Ultimate' or 'Johnson Pet Door' without revising the cut in your wall or door, we suggest you check out the MaxSeal Custom door. They can be made to fit your existing opening.
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PetSafe Classic Flaps
(Fits PetSafe Classic, PetSafe Deluxe Panels, Original Thermopanel, Thermopanel II, Original Quick Panel, Quick Panel II, U.S. Pet Products, PetEze Doors, Greater Freedom, Insta Fit Doors, Deluxe 81 & Insta Panels)
Characteristic of Flap - Metal strike plates are riveted to the flap
11"w x 25"h
12"w x 24"h
15"w x 20"h
15"w x 24"h
15 3/4"w x 32"h
SB Standard Pet Door
Replacement Flaps Single Exterior Flap Pet Door
Pride Pet Doors
Pride Pet Door Flaps Designed to be used exclusively with the Pride Pet Door
Black rubber flap with a 2-piece design, attaches to door frame with screws
4 1/2" x 7"
8 1/2" x 12 1/2"
11 1/2" x 17"
14 1/2" x 19 1/2"
How to Maintain Pet Door Flaps
No pet door flap will last forever. Flaps are usually made of flexible vinyl, hard plastic or hard lexan. In some special cases you might have metal flaps as well. The follow information goes over ways to maintain your flaps so you get optimal use out of them.
Sizing & Placement of Pet Door
Golden Rule When Sizing a Pet Door
Select a pet door that when installed will clear the shoulders of the tallest dog by 1.5 to 2". The bottom of the pet opening should be low enough to the ground to allow easy step over navigation, even as the dog ages.
If a pet door is too small, then the dog is likely to pinch the flaps at the top of the pet opening, this causes stress to the flap at the connection point, and will result in you replacing flaps more frequency.
Keep Flaps Clean
The easiest way to clean your dog door flaps is with a warm water and mild vinegar solution. Grease cutting detergents can leave your flaps "sticky",
Tighten flap Connection Screws
Check how secure the flap is connected every few months. . Preventing a flap from failing is as simply as making sure it's attached securely. If you have multiple pets or even a pet that uses the door aggressively, screws can loosen. This will cause the flap to shift in-between the frame of the pet door and the screw with repeated use. Eventually this shifting flap will simply rip out and fail.
Overall Performance Check
Most importantly, don't forget about the dog door. Generally just checking the condition of the door once a month will extend the life of it. This way you can detect damage early and decide on the course of action to take.