MYPET Paws Portable Pet Gate, Light Gray -

MyPet Paws Portable Pet Gate, Light Gray

By MyPet
Rated 3.5152 out of 5 stars

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About This Item


  • High-quality, durable plastic room divider comes fully assembled; gate latticework features cute paw prints for a fun, playful design.
  • Gate stands 23 inches tall and expands from 26 to 40 inches to fit doorways and other openings.
  • Ergonomic handle provides a firm grip; EZ-track system locks firmly into place with one hand.
  • Rubber bumpers protect your walls or other surfaces and accommodate base moldings up to 4 inches high.
  • Proudly made in the USA.

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Questions & Answers

26 Customer Questions

Can my 4 pound 9 oz kitty fit through the openings of these gates.
Answer by ChewyAug 15, 2018
The diamond shape openings measure 1 -7/8ths by 2- ½ inches.

does it work in doorway with a base board?
Answer by ChewyFeb 06, 2019
The baseboard may affect the stability of this gate.

will my cats climb up it and get out?
Answer by ChewySep 22, 2018
Pets like cats that are excellent climbers and jumpers may definitely be able to climb or even jump over this pet gate.

Can the dog knock it down ??
Answer by ChewyJun 03, 2019
This gate is pressure mounted so a determined pet might be able to knock it over.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Anais on Feb 27, 2023


idk why there are bad reviews, I about but I have had no issues with this gate and I’ve had it since mid 2020. I love how it has the lever to secure it in place. I have a 50 lb husky and a 5lb chihuahua and neither have ever knocked it down or messed with it. It expands pretty wide, I am even thinking about purchasing another because I sometimes use it for the entrance of my outside front patio so my chi can’t go down the stairs and it fits great!

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Suze on Jan 11, 2023

portable pet gate

This gate is not fitting squarely against the wall. It works for our tiny puppy but I'm sure she will be able to knock it over when she gets bigger, since it barely holds.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Kevin on Feb 3, 2023

Absolute junk

Flimsy and difficult to use, already broken after less than a month of light use, does not sit square on the wall. Do not recommend.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By kenleigh on Jan 7, 2023

do not recommend

This gate is cheaply made, does not secure easily, and even when I think it’s secure it’s not. It bends and twists while I’m trying to put it up and is not sturdy at all.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Frankie on Nov 21, 2022

Great Gate

It is lightweight which makes it easy to move around, and it secure my doorways with moldings well. I can also leverage it in some places without securing the pressure lever because it extends a lot and has a pretty wide base and my puppy is under 4 lbs and not a big jumper.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Doggygate on Dec 19, 2022


Looking at the photos it appeared to be standard gate. my 80lb baby, Legaseigh, can step over the gate. She doesn't exert energy

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By John on Nov 18, 2022

great for Peter

our older dautshund is going blind and doesnt know how close he is to top stairstep. This gate allows him to still sense our nearness

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Ruth on Jan 3, 2023

Portable Pet Gate

The gates are great. They fit a multitude of doorways and are easy to use.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Tess on Dec 8, 2022

Portable pet gate

-I really like this gate-easy to use- a favorite - the look is also appealing-

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By BethW on Jul 2, 2022

Built for low-energy large breeds

It took a moment to figure out, but it's relatively easy to use. Unfortunately, it's not built for an excitable toy poodle (see attached pic). She uses the paw print holes to climb up and over it, rendering it ineffective. Prior to her figuring out she could climb it, she'd jump up and brace her paws against it, and knock it askew and half over. It doesn't sit flush with my door frame, but I live in an old apartment so that could entirely be the walls, not the gate. But the footholds are a design issue if you have a toy breed!