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Pet Gates and Containment

We all love our dogs, but what we don't love is the potential trouble they get into around the house when we are not around. There may be certain rooms that they are not allowed in, furniture they are supposed to stay off of or garbage cans their keen (leftover seeking) sense of smell draws them to - all things that are explored when you're not looking. Having a busy schedule will most likely leave your dog home alone for a good amount of time every day. This is where pet gates become an ideal solution to what could be a problem.

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Pet gates come in many different sizes with many convenient features. Each is designed to provide a barrier between your dog and where or what they are not allowed to be near. You can use a gate to confine your dog to a certain area or to provide a barrier to keep your pet out of specific rooms within your home. There are even gate options similar to baby-play pens that allow your furry friend to be in the room with you, but in a gated area. These are ideal for those who may find themselves in a situation of entertaining guests who have pet allergies. You can still have your pup in the room, but keep them from jumping on your guests.

Benefits of Having a Pet Gate

  • Keep Your Pet Out of the Kitchen While Cooking
  • Protect Your Children from Pets and Your Pets from Your Children
  • Overnight Safety
  • Stairway Safety
  • Travel Safety
  • Safe Play Boundaries
  • Barrier Between Your Pet and Having Your Shoes Become Chew Toys
  • Less Dog Hair Around the House
  • Contains Potential Accidents to one Area
  • Keep Multiple Dogs Separate
  • Keep Your Dog and Cat Separate
  • Keep Your Dog Safe

Pet gate materials typically come in - wood, steel, wrought iron or plastic. Some require the combination of two or all materials. Wooden gates are the most popular for aesthetic reasons, durability and because they are fairly lightweight. Metal gates are a sturdy option for those who have large dogs. Plastic is ideal for small dogs and is lightweight and inexpensive.

Pet gates come in different sizes for two reasons - for the size of the dog and for the width and height of the area needed to be gated. Extra-wide gates are usually walk-thru gates, freestanding gates or come with expansions that can be adjusted to fit doorways. Most dogs are pretty good jumpers, but there are tall-sturdy gates that can keep your dog from jumping into trouble.

Types of Gates

  • Pressure Mounted
  • Modular Free Standing
  • Walk-Thru
  • Expansion Swing
  • Auto-lock
  • Travel Harness
  • Wire Mesh
  • Cozy Cabins