I like: Wood Dog Gate 2 Panel

Wood Dog Gate 2 Panel

I like: Wood Dog Gate 2 Panel
Dog 2 . Built to span large or small open areas, this brings an all new functionality to . A tension prevents ‘curious’ pets from nudging open the door. The gate panels easily rotate on a dual action hinge. 2 panels are perfect for doorways up to 36′ wide. Loaded with features, these gates are handcrafted of mortise and tenon construction without the use of nails, pins or screws. The beautiful wooden finish is hand wiped with care and attention to detail. Gate is able to fold flat for convenient storage or transportation. These non-walk through models are available in both 27′ and 32′ heights. Each two panel section spans 3 feet. Made in the U.S.A. Available in cherry, mahogany and black. Sizing: 27 in. H x up to 36 in. W 32 in. H x up to 36 in. W Space between slots: 1.75 in. L Shipping Note: Due to weight, gates may be subject to an additional shipping charge calculated during checkout.
List Price: $ 149.00
Price: $ 119.00

Beautiful rubber wood pet gate you can step over, by Richell. Side panels can hinge for easy pet access. Adjustable widths and different heights available

Question by sparkycat: How to keep a dog from running out of the gate?
We have a dog who is almost 11 months old. Whenever someone gets home they have to open the gate drive the vehicle inside that gate then get back out and close it so the dog doesn’t escape. The problem is if there’s no one home to hold the dog while the driver does all that, the dog will try and run outside the gate at some point. How can we train her not to do this?

Best answer:

Answer by Sticky
you call Cesar Millan from the dog whisperer?

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Comments

    • Helen Rempel
    • October 28, 2012

    Have a leash nearby that is attached to the fence. Driver gets out, opens gate, puts doggie on leash, drives the vehicle through, closes gate, releases doggie.

    And then you can all start working on teaching doggie the meaning of sit-stay. Google it if you don’t know how.

    • Jazzie
    • October 28, 2012

    My folks had the same set up on 15 acres. They carried doggie cookies in the car and sometimes a ball to throw way up the drive. After a while the dog cared more about the car then leaving and didn’t give a thought about running out.

    They had 2 dogs.

    • Harald
    • October 28, 2012

    Put her in the car.

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