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A: 5.5 lbs
A: The magnet retainer bar on the frame catches the bottom of the flap after the pet passes through
A: Yes and no. Obviously if it is really nasty outside and you don't want your pet to get out you put the extra piece in the doggy door and nothing can get in. Some of whether it keeps weather out boils down to where the door is located too. If it is extremely windy, you can have an issue with the wind blowing in the plastic little door depending on which way the wind is blowing, which direction it's coming from. On a regular day, with just say rain or snow, you don't really have an issue with the weather coming inside. Can some cool air seep in around the hanging plastic piece? Sure it's not air tight obviously. If it is windy put the extra piece in to keep the pets inside and the weather outside. We love our pet door and would buy it again. It allows a great convenience but also we have the ability to keep the pets in if the weather is not good.
A: For maximum weather resistance we recommend our Ruff Weather Door with dual vinyl flaps...go to: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ideal-Pet-Products-15-in-x-23-5-in-Extra-Large-Ruff-Weather-Frame-with-Dual-Flaps-Dog-and-Pet-Door-RWSL/100591689
A: Recommend for pets up to 120lbs
A: The biggest one. My guy is as big as a chubby Rottweiler and his back touched the top, the 1 time he used it. If you have little dogs too, it won't work because the bottom of the door is too high. Want mine? Lol