2007 Pet Exposition, Best New Product for Dogs
PIAA - Pet Industry Association of Australia

2007 Best Canine Accessory, Best in Denver Award
Westword, Denver, Colorado

2006 Silver Medal Award for Best New Pet Product
Retailer Select - HH Backer Pet Industry Christmas Trade Show

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Early Pet Peek

Early Pet Peek
Photo from Australia
Feral cat house

The house is equipt with 2 bulbs, a paint can heater, straw, sheepskin rug. Both Male and Female cat who live in here are fixed and have their shots after I trapped and released them. They absolutely LOVE the window!!

5 Wags

— Gillian Catherine
Kirby’s Woof View MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2011
If you have been following our blog then you know we just finished building a wonderful fence in our backyard so Kirby can run and play in a safe environment. Chatting on Kirby's FaceBook Page I commented about cutting out a window in the fence and covering it with chicken wire. That's when Angel from Life with Lulu told me about these amazing windows that can be installed in the fence. I thought this was the coolest idea and knew Kirby just had to have one. I did a search online and came across Pet Peek. I contacted Carolin Best, the inventor of Pet Peek, to ask if Kirby and I could review one and she said yes!

So what is Pet Peek? It's a durable, clear, hard acrylic dome 9.5" in diameter with a black trim-ring and comes with all necessary hardware for easy do-it-yourself installation into your wooden or vinyl fence. It retails for under $40.00

How easy is it to install? It took us less than thirty minutes!

Step 1 - locate where you want to install the window based on your dog's height. Next draw a circle using the trim ring as a guide.

Step 2 - Using a reciprocating saw cut out the circle.

Step 3 - Mark and then drill the holes for the screws.

Step 4 - insert screws and tighten.

These pictures are looking through the window from outside the fence.

These pictures are looking at the window from inside the fence.

This idea is absolutely brilliant and isn't just for dogs! Small children would love this window with a view too! Other suggested uses are in dog houses and children's playhouses, the only limit is your imagination. Kirby loves looking out his Pet Peek window and I love how great my fence looks. In fact we plan on installing one in each of the remaining fence walls. Kirby and I give the Pet Peek four paws up and a wag!

Disclosure: We received a Pet Peek Window to review. We were not compensated in any other way and this is my personal opinion of this product based on my experience and Kirby's reaction.

5 Wags

— Debby Martin, Mississippi

Here are a couple of pictures of Molly's "woof view"!! Great product. Have had lots of comments from the neighbors!

5 Wags

— Brenda, Red Deer Canada
Dog Duplex

Pet Peeks make a safer and more secure way for your dogs to have a peek out.

Fabulous Fortwith triple Peeking!

Fabulous Fort with triple Peeking!

Triplets, Logan, Ian and Dylan on duty, securing their Fort.

Best Birthday Present for a Brittney Spaniel

The Pet Peek is keeping our indoor windows much cleaner now, because the pups have their own window to look out of — outside. I can't believe everyone with a solid fence doesn't have one. We certainly tell everyone we know about it and how much their animals would benefit from having one.

5 Wags

— Leanne Evans
The Nose Knows

Daisy's nose is JUST RIGHT! She loves the Pet Peek! Owner Street Johnson.

5 Wags

Canine Fan in Indiana Insistson More! My little chihuahua loves her window SO much that I need a couple more strategically placed. I get such a kick out of seeing her looking out "her" window when I drive up the street. It's the best!!

5 Wags

— Shelley Law
Neighbors Invite Cairn Terrier to Watch Their Yard!

Three-year-old Cairn Terrier Captain Whiskers (Cappy) couldn't be more delighted with his Pet Peek. Even though Cappy is taken for two walks a day, and plays with his ball and one of our cats, he still needs more stimulation and activity, and the Pet Peek is the answer.

We have a wooden fence that separates our yard from the neighbors. Cappy found a small knothole where he could peek at the neighbors' two dogs. For Christmas, our neighbors gave us money to buy Pet Peek so Cappy could see all the action in their yard. While one neighbor installed the Pet Peek, Cappy stayed by his side to watch. When finished, he stuck his head into it with tail wagging, and has spent much time since then, viewing all our neighbors' activities. The neighbors' dogs, a German Shepherd and a Lab, come often to the Pet Peek and greet Cappy. This last weekend the neighbors had a cookout with guests. Cappy got to watch a volleyball game, and — being a Cairn — enjoyed watching that volleyball being banged around.

Cappy never hesitated in using the Pet Peek. HE LOVES IT!

Captain Whiskers was invited to appear in a Wizard-of-Oz-themed program at Community East Hospital in Indianapolis. The Indianapolis Obedience and Training School recommended Cappy.

5 Wags

— Ann Briggs, Minneapolis

This is daisy a 5 month old saint Bernard She loves to look out. We have just installed these 2. We had bought 1 a couple years ago for the back gate. All our dogs use it. But our smaller border collie can't see over so it was perfect for her. We are very satisfied with this product.

5 Wags

— Joan