K-9 Kondo’s quality, chew-proof kennel doors, or often called dog doors, have many popular features. We have many customers that have purchased our dog doors for personal and commercial use, ranging from animal shelters and humane societies to the average pet owner. Our durable, heavy-duty dog doors are a great solution for any dog owner!
This photo to the right above shows you what comes with your K-9 Kondo Kennel Door order. This does not include the rear closure panel. To purchase together, visit our rear closure panel with the K-9 Kondo Kennel Door combo.
ALL NEW OPTIONAL NAME PLATES FOR $10 (2 for $15*)!
Give your pet's doghouse or kennel that special touch with a custom metal sign showing your pride in your best pal. For only $10.00 with your order of any K-9 Kondo product you can have a 12 x 4 inch custom seven letter sign cut from rugged 22 gauge steel. Hang it on a wall, kennel fence, Dog Den, or K-9 Kondo. Select either ellipse or rectangle in the products options above, then spell out the dog’s name using up to seven letters in the text field provided before adding the product to your cart.
* If getting a second name plate for the additional $5, it must be the same name and design as the first name plate.
Posted by Don on 9th Dec 2015
I have purchased several over a few years, all are still in use without failure. K-9 makes a solid product!
Posted by Rhett on 5th Nov 2015
I've bought two of these now. The first one was a little tricky to get it hung so the door didn't rub on the frame but the second one was a breeze.
Posted by seth on 1st Jan 2015
You can't go wrong with this one. this is the 5 door I have bought. hard to look at other doors. the four original ones I purchased are 20+ years old
Posted by Theresa Miller on 11th Dec 2013
And can not chew on them!
Posted by BDR on 22nd Nov 2013
I am quite pleased with this product. It provides a very good alternative when you have a "chewing" dog, and the rubber-flap type door simply is not an option.
The only things I would improve: employ some brass bushings -- instead of the rubber so that there is a much longer bushing life. Also, incorporate a magnet system to hold the door directly in place (I did this myself by simply placing a couple of very strong magnets - one on the bottom edge of the door, and one directly below it on the frame).
Thanks for the suggestions. We had several customers try a door with brass bushings. None were satisfied with them. The brass bushing can not follow the curve in the slot when the door moves up and down in. We also did some customer field tests with magnets that were unsuccessful.
Joe Shown, K-9 Kondo Inc.