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Carlson Pet Products Design Studio Freestanding Extra Wide Pet Gate

Carlson Pet Products Design Studio Freestanding Extra Wide Pet Gate

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    Perfect for closing off stairs.

    By SchnauzerMom on Sep 3, 2021

    This gate is furniture quality! Easy to assemble (leg supports only) and a quick and easy snap of the four adjustable locks keeps your chosen width securely in place. Grid is coated and sturdy. Wood is nicely finished. I am absolutely thrilled with this purchase. Excellent packaging, arrived perfectly This gate is furniture quality! Easy to assemble (leg supports only) and a quick and easy snap of the four adjustable locks keeps your chosen width securely in place. Grid is coated and sturdy. Wood is nicely finished. I am absolutely thrilled with this purchase. Excellent packaging, arrived perfectly. Purchased after my recently blind Schnauzer tumbled down basement stairs. So much more attractive than a plastic gate! … more

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    Not durable for my 24lb puppy

    By Brianna on Sep 7, 2021

    It’s a very cute gate but unfortunately it didn't my 13 week 24lb puppy from getting out. I’m a registered nurse and I work night shift, therefore I felt bad crating my puppy for a prolonged period of time. So I tried keeping him in the laundry room and used this gate to block him in. The first time It’s a very cute gate but unfortunately it didn't my 13 week 24lb puppy from getting out. I’m a registered nurse and I work night shift, therefore I felt bad crating my puppy for a prolonged period of time. So I tried keeping him in the laundry room and used this gate to block him in. The first time he stayed, the second time he got out, then the first time I even tried putting a 20lb weight in front of it and he still got out. … more

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