More versatile than a gate, with tip-proof side panels, our Pet Barriers are high enough to corral pets, and low enough for adults to step over. Both sizes expand easily to fit various openings. Honey-finished wood frame with metal grids folds for transport or storage. Rubber feet protect floors. Easy assembly.
Sizes Small fits 26-1/2" to 40" openings x 20"H Large fits 40" to 72" openings x 20"H
Shipping Allow 1-2 weeks for delivery
Large Pet Barrier
Small Pet Barrier
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Comments about Product: This product is very well made and keeps both cats and the dog where we want them. Low enough to step over and high enough to make them think they can't jump over it (cats). We tried other gates but we had to put holes in the woodwork and that wasn't so great. This gate is perfect.
I would recommend this pet barrier
Comments about Product: Great Product!!!!!
By Susan the Shopper
Comments about Product: A lovely product. It is handsome and has nice weight. Keeps our little dogs in the kitchen with their beds while we go out. Also keeps them safely out of the way while company arrives. Prevents them from sneaking out the front door!
Great Pet Barrier
Comments about Product: This is very attractive and functional. It is a little heavy, but guess that's a good thing, in that it is very sturdy. I would prefer wing nuts intead of the screws that you have to use a screwdriver to put in and out when you either extend or shorten it.
By Kathryn, the dog rescue lady
Beautiful pet barrier
Comments about Product: I have a Spanish house with a thick archway to the living room. This item fits in from wall to wall, convenient entry for person, two- 30 pound dogs don't even notice it. It bars their entrance, looks beautiful, and dogs stay out. They have access to the rest of the house so they don't seem to mind.Holes don't always fit, but screws can be secured well enough anyway.
Not heavy enough, my dog can move it.
Comments about Product: This product is too light. My dog can move it by pushing it with her nose. I have to put a table in the corner so she cannot move it. Maybe it should have something to make it not move.
By Georgia Peach
Very high end look.
Comments about Product: We have two bostons that need to stay on the hardwood floors and off our white carpet and this works great. It is very unobtrusive and even matches the color of our floors. I like the fact that it is wood and not some make believe material. It is very easy to assemble.
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