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I am looking to add an exit/entrance to my basement in the state of Maryland.

Just looking to some kind of way I can have my dogs exit the house with out having them going threw the house. 
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So, I'm assuming those windows would be too small?  Window installation with a window well would be easier and cheaper than installing a basement door.   Meet with some contractors.

Here's a sample of a friend's golden coming in through a dog door in a sash window.  

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It's very small windows under the back porch. 
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Do you have any windows in the basement?  At a previous house,  we had a dog door in one of the windows with stairs to the window on the inside.  The window was at ground level so no construction was needed outside.   While we put the dog door in a plywood panel (this was many years ago), there are options such as this link that work well in windows.     This option was much less expensive than creating a door through the concrete wall.

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