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Love this idea instead of baby gates to keep the dogs in the living area.
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But before you run out and by any baby gate with a pet door, be sure to avoid any gates that are made from wood. If your puppy dog loves to chew then his sharp teeth will quickly shred a wooden baby gate to pieces, leaving behind some nasty splinters that you don’t want your baby to touch.
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I love this! I have dogs and use baby gates to keep them off the stairs and out of the laundry room. I am going to make the gate for the stair way and the Dutch Door for the laundry room! Thanks for the info I needed to make this a reality! Pet Gates With Door Cat Dog Extra Wide Walk-Thru Tall Steel Expandable Baby Home
Photo provided by Flickrdiy dog fence!!!! Have you ever priced extra wide baby gates? They are ridiculously expensive! This is great.
Photo provided by Flickrdiy dog fence!!!! Have you ever priced extra wide baby gates? They are ridiculously expensive! This is great.
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Forget ugly baby gates. This home keeps dogs out of the way of visiting guests with a semi-transparent rolling pocket door, complete with metal rail to prevent scratches.Forget ugly baby gates. This home keeps dogs out of the way of visiting guests with a semi-transparent rolling pocket door, complete with metal rail to prevent scratches.gates Use them to keep your dogs in or out of a room -- looks so much better than a baby gate! Lowes has them in different widths and heights :) Great idea!Iron Dog Gate-Evans Weaver - love this. We use iron baby gates to control where the dogs are but love the look of this on at the bottom of this staircase.Since baby gates have a lot of features and features vary from model to model, it’s important to know what’s out there in the marketplace. These gates are designed to block babies from going into unsafe areas and they may also be utilized in order to keep dogs out of certain parts of the home. However, they are definitely designed with babies in mind. There also pet gates if that’s what you’re looking for.Unlimited uses
There are lots of other wonderful applications for baby gates in addition to basic puppy management. We have long used one to bar the dogs from our cats’ room (the cats jump over the gate); this keeps the canines from dining on kitty kibble, and prevents them from devouring that grossly delectable dog treat, litter box “kitty rocca.”Forget ugly baby gates. This home keeps dogs out of the way of visiting guests with a semi-transparent rolling pocket door, complete with metal rail to prevent scratches.The dog-management possibilities are endless. Having a dispute with your spouse about whether the dog can be in the house? Wrangle a compromise, and use gates to keep him (the dog, of course!) in the approved areas of the house; maybe you can gain more territory for him later. Just refinished the hardwood floors? Baby gate! Have an incurable counter-surfer? Baby gate! Having intra-pack relationship problems? Baby gate!