The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) says pets are responsible for over 1,000 house fires every year in the United States, and an estimated 40,000 pets die in fires, mostly from smoke inhalation, With all the high tech consumer products hitting the market every day, there is NOT 1 product that even hints to benefit a stranded pet locked inside a home once a fire breaks out, NOT A ONE, nothing. Until now. With this new product on the market, your vote is a vote towards the 40,000 pets that are doomed to die this year.
When the smoke alarm goes off, the sensor on the doggy door activates to release the exiting side of the pet door, once any pet goes through the door, the flap will fall flat against the door and it will be impossible for any pet to try and go back inside the home.
The sound sensor connected to the installed pet door will activate the release the bar of the pet door exit allowing just one direction use, Without this product? Our inside furry friends are doomed to a smoke inhaling ending if a fire starts when they are left Home Alone.