Pet Peek, $35, now featured on Fab.

Pet Peek... Window for your fence!
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The pet peek is a simple acrylic dome that can be installed onto any wooden or vinyl fence and is perfect for terrifying those darn Mormons that keep popping up with something a little bit more efficient than a ‘Beware of the Dog’ sign.
Pet Peek Window Review — Kirby the DorkieBlog Barks
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If windows are beyond your pet's reach in your home, or your backyard is fenced in, the Pet Peek is a great product to install. Installation is easy; once you make the hole in your wall or fence just drill holes for the four screws of the Pet Peek and set it up. If you're not handy will drills and saws, you will need a carpenter though, so you don't botch the job or hurt yourself. A fence designed for the Kirbster MUST include a Pet Peek Window!
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The Pet Peek is a 9-1/2" acrylic dome installed in your pre-existing wood or vinyl fence that instills the pant-wetting fear in Jehovah's Witnesses, kids selling little league raffle tickets, and other unwanted visitors that your "Beware of Dog" sign just can't muster. Also, if you find yourself wishing you had bought a pug, Shih Tzu, or English bulldog instead of a golden retriever, check this out before wasting thousands of dollars on canine rhinoplasty. At first sight of the mailman, dogs with typical dog IQs of -7 will tear into the transparent bubble as if it were their stargate to the world of ball-sicking freedom, and smash their olfactory receptors down to a size more acceptable amongst today's designer breeds. If, however, you have a calm, benevolent old yellow lab who you love just the way he is, allowing him this unsupervised access to the outside world will probably make him fearful and neurotic from punk kids pounding on his bubble and taunting him with their ham and cheese sandwiches. PetPeek's manufacturer promises the window is of sound strength, will arrive with all necessary installation hardware, and is an easy DIY project. The latter is, of course, complete bullshit, as there is no way anything that requires carving a perfectly-sized, spherical hole in your fence on the first try is going to be anything but a nightmare, but it's a nice lie to be able to pass along to the poor SOB and SOB's best friend you curse with this gift.Everyone know, dogs are curious, they want to know what’s happening out there. Help satisfy their curiosity and make it possible for them to have a peek. The Pet Peek window is durable, clear, hard acrilyc dome 9.5 inches in diameter, with a black trim-ring and all necessary hardware for easy DIY installation into your wooden or vinyl fence. It is an attractive addition to your fence. The price for Pet Peek isThe Pet Peek looks allows your dog to explore his/her curiosity, seeing exactly what’s on the other side of that fence without having to dig out. The dome is completely transparent, and being that it’s constructed from a hard acrylic it’s designed to be durable. The dome is approximately 9.5 inches diameter, which means any big headed dog can pique his curiosity. Check it out now on .Pet Peeks are torture devices for dogs that make them look like space cadets. They consist of an acrylic plastic bubble you install in the fence so your pet can see out. They cost $30 apiece and make me sad. I'm not really convinced that a Pet Peek is better than your dog just not knowing what's happening on the other side. I mean, why not just a hole? Ah yes, dogs can't wipe their snot on a hole. Nor can you sell them (except in donut form).