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Most electronic pet doors come equipped with an attachment to put on your pets collar. This is a sensor that can work on most electronic doors within a 3 foot range. The great thing about these doors is that after you dog/cat has gone out, the door will lock itself automatically. This prevents stray animals from entering your home, as well as pets that you don't want leaving to get outside.

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