Article: Five Top Reasons to buy a Dog Gate

Article: Five Top Reasons to buy a Dog Gate

Article by John Smith

Rover Company manufactures The Finest Dog on the market today in the USA. As much as you love your pets and treat them as part of your family, there will be instances when you contain your pet. You can do this by Dog Crates and leashes but these restrict your dog’s movements. The best way to contain your pets is to install Dog Gates for your pet and here are a few reasons why. The Indoor Dog Gate keeps your pet those areas in your home that are potentially dangerous to them. Pet Gates separate your dog from the baby because your pooch who has been with you first and for a long time might get jealous and try to bite your baby. If this goes on for long, your dog might develop undesirable habits such as excessive barking and biting. To contain your dog using Pet Gates are useful when you want to teach your dog obedience lessons because it takes advantage of their natural instinct of being in a den. Puppies are curious about their surroundings and will always try to follow their noses. Contain your pet in his Dog Pen when you are expecting guests who are not into dogs and are not comfortable with all the sniffing going on. This way your dog still sees what goes on but a safe distance. Dog Gates are better for pets especially if you leave him for longer time intervals as opposed to crating your pooch because they have been known to cause dogs to become irritable and agitated because of very limited space to move. Tall Pet Gates prevent your large dog from jumping over the fence and unleash their might over the furniture. They are designed to match your interiors therefore they are great additions to an already beautiful home interior design because they will complement your wall or existing home accessory. Free Standing Gates are also available for your convenience. These types of gates can easily be installed; you can justDog Gate put them on the specific location without screws or pressure to mount them. Rover Company Dog Gates come in a variety of sizes to fit any size dog. We even have dog gates for excellent danes and other extra-large breeds. Your Dog Gate or Cat Gate shouldn’t pose a safety hazard to the other occupants of your house, so make sure that you can easily open and your dog gate. Stepping over a tall dog gate or tall cat gate can be dangerous, and often leads to painful ankle sprains and other injuries caused by tripping. You should be able to open the gate using only one hand. This allows you to safely open the dog gate without dropping what you’re carrying, and it makes it much safer than having to step over the gate with your hands full. The Rover Pet Gate must be attached to the wall or door jamb with a PVC clasp and provided screws. Visit our page about PVC Dog Gates to learn more, and to see what sizes and accessories we have to meet your needs. All of our products are environmentally safe, will not rust or corrode, and are portable and light weight. They are safe for pet’s teeth, hair, and skin, and no tools are required for assembly. The policies and procedures of conducting business with Rover Company will not change. We are, as we always has been, 100% committed to providing you with a level of customer service unsurpassed in the pet industry. We also do intend to continue in the direction of working hard to be green and friendly to our . Visit us online and just click and we ship. Please visit our website at http://www.roverpet.com for more information.

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These products, not found anywhere else, are proudly made in the USA and caringly crafted from the finest materials available.

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Our mission is simply to be the “definitive website store” in providing your pets with the highest quality and most uniquely designed dog beds, animal enclosures, dog gates, feline cathouses, and pet hammocks available anywhere in the world.
These products, not found anywhere else, are proudly made in the USA and caringly crafted from the finest materials available.












Use and distribution of this article is subject to our Publisher Guidelines

whereby the original author’s information and copyright must be included.

Boss, my red Blue Heeler cow dog

“Boss, get the gate!” At an early age boss learned to shut the gate to my feedlot. He saved me from getting out of my tractor then wading through the ankle deep wintertime mud to shut the gate after feeding the cattle.
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Comments

    • Roadsterscom
    • September 2, 2012

    After three years, this is still one of my favorite videos.

    It’s obvious that the two of you have a relationship based on mutual trust and respect.

    • schlusselmensch
    • September 2, 2012

    Hah, my ACD just taught himself to use a MIG and is welding up a new gate right now! He did get the tubing precut though, gonna have to work on that. Lazy bugger. Great dogs but if you let them sneak in any dominance ploys, they take the promotion immediately. They’re at their best with ribs showing a little bit and exercised until they fall over (if you don’t have stock for them to move). Unless they’re at work, don’t let them precede you on walks, through doors, up and down stairs etc..

    • DearFynn
    • September 2, 2012

    Wouldn’t that be a purple heeler? Lol, just kidding. But I had a dog who was a perfect mix of a Blue mom and a Red dad. She was just gorgeous. ?

    • kaylee892
    • September 2, 2012

    Wow, I should teach my red heeler that trick!! But we dont have a gate:) But, that was a cool trick man!!

    • kaylee892
    • September 2, 2012

    Oooo, thats sad. I hope you get over it soon….

    • LadyWeasel
    • September 2, 2012

    Aww thanks ?

    • bookguitarguy
    • September 2, 2012

    I think he looks like a Purple Palmer, myself… Would you mind if I called him that?? :O)) Nice trick! I had a Blue Heeler-Akita mix for 14-1/2 years, knew about 25 commands, could climb a ladder, hand signals from 200 feet away, didn’t need a leash downtown, etc. What they learn is mainly limited by their trainers.

    • 1moonbuggy
    • September 2, 2012

    My 2+ cents… Ya done good, these guys need a purpose and will reward with willingness to learn and please. They also have a strong desire to be an integral part of the pack. Ours go with us everywhere and won’t leave the truck until asked. They also know left from right.
    As for color… around here: Red or red/white is Red Heeler, Blue or blue/white is Blue Heeler and Red/white/blue is a Tri-color Heeler(Star Spangled).
    You’re his human, call him what will. Real Good Stuff.

    • DearFynn
    • September 2, 2012

    I actually had a heeler that was red AND blue. :l
    What else would you call it? A purple heeler? Come on people.

    • briezielittle
    • September 2, 2012

    you sound a lot like the guy that owns skid boot haha

    • sweetlikeADAM
    • September 2, 2012

    What a smart pooch.

    • sweetlikeADAM
    • September 2, 2012

    It locks on its own…

    • richiefrickenrich
    • September 2, 2012

    @bookguitarguy could you possibly tell
    me some tricks about heeleers I’ve had my two for two years they are brother and sister named Zeus and Allie and they are the best damn dogs ever but I need some training advice. I would live it if I didn’t need to have them on leashes downtown and things like that. Like not chasing bicyclists right as soon as I let them out the front door

    • kdavid911
    • September 2, 2012

    that dog is awesome

    • IslaywitaAK
    • September 2, 2012

    haha

    • SunflowerJolie
    • September 2, 2012

    Cool – does he open the gate also? I think you can call your dog anything you want – lol. Although I am girl enough if he was red and blue I’d call him purple ;-).

    • thedudeabides44
    • September 2, 2012

    Just made a fellow acd owner smile.!

    • 2553shean
    • September 2, 2012

    these dogs dont really need to be trained at all if you teach them right from wrong when they are a puppy red cattles are the best out of the 2 blues they sneeky and deceiving

    • 2553shean
    • September 2, 2012

    i got 1 pure bred red cattle and 1 red cattle cross dingo

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