Great if you need a pet gate but don’t want your house to look like a kennel. Fits most doorways and comes with 3 extensions to use as needed. Installs without need for tools. Features a wide hinged door that swings in either direction. The metal parts of this gate have a slate metal finish and the wood is New Zealand pine.
Won't match every house's style.
This gate comes in 2 shades of gray that blend in well with other décor. Made of tough plastic decorated with cute paw prints. Compatible with doorways between 26 and 40 inches wide. Installation is quick and painless and breaking it down is equally easy. Rubber bumpers protect your walls, and this gate can fit around up to 4 inches of molding.
Not the prettiest look.
Arrives fully assembled. Let's you restrict your pet's movement without sacrificing style. This gate has a leaf design that is charming and tasteful. Made of metal for excellent longevity. Works with doorways up to 50 inches wide. Versatile and attractive enough for different applications.
Other options might be more portable.
A simple and elegant solution for keeping your dog in or out of part of the house. Offers great craftsmanship with quality materials. This gate can fit doorways from 61.8 to 90.2 inches in width. The door of the gate has 2 locks so doggy will stay put. Gate is 36.2 inches tall and is best for medium and larger dogs.
A practical option that folds together for storage or transport. This gate is lightweight but is sturdy enough to limit your dog's movement. No complicated assembly is required. Simply unfold the gate and put it in position. This gate's flat metal finish is a nice alternative to less attractive plastic gates.
Not the prettiest option out there. Some complaints about the material quality of these gates.
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