‘Employ a janitor’: Chic mom is mocked by sassy critics after asking advice on a Facebook group for a ‘high-end’ dog door for her new luxury home
- A mother has been relentlessly mocked online after asking for advice on dog doors
- The mom wanted a ‘high-end’ dog door suggestion for her new build
- She explained that her whole back wall is made of glass so the door couldn’t go through walls
A posh mom has been relentlessly mocked after asking for advice on “high-end” doggy-door suggestions for her new luxury home.
The mother was told to “hire a janitor” for her two dogs after she took to Facebook with her building and renovation group inquiry – but she took the sassy comments in good spirits.
“We are building a high-end house, but have two dogs and need a dog door,” she wrote.
‘The dog door can only go on the sliding glass doors that lead outside. Can anyone recommend “high end or architectural” looking dog doors?”
A posh mom has been relentlessly mocked after asking for advice on ‘high-end’ doggy door suggestions for her new luxury home
But the post drew some ironic comments.
“Pay the builder to add a high-end or architectural underground dog door tunnel,” one mom wrote.
‘High quality? You’ll need a janitor,’ another replied.
Another asked what ‘high-end’ means that made others laugh, ‘expensive’.
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“I really want to be your dog,” one woman added.
The woman said she was building her house to the border on both sides, making it more difficult to install a dog door.
“The whole back of the house is glass,” she explained when people told her to stick it through a wall instead.
Others suggested a “bark-activated door,” but the woman said her “big bulldog doesn’t bark.”
Others asked her to clarify what she meant by “high-end”
However, some people in the group had helpful suggestions.
“We use automatic slide that opens the door automatically, we’ve had ours for years and it’s great, I believe they improved both the look and function to make it more modern now.”
She explained that her pets have collars with tags that activate the sensors.
Others shared photos of kitchen cabinets with hidden pet tunnels.
“There are no high end doors on the market, they are all custom, talk to your glazier,” one woman said.
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She said she’d be happy to pay as much as $3,000 for the right door.