Outdoor Dog Gates for the Backyard

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Regalo Easy Step Walk Thru Gate, White, Fits spaces between 29" and 39" Wide

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  • The Doorway Dog Gate has a hinged locking door panel that makes it very easy to operate and allows the gate to open both ways. You can even open the gate whilst carrying things in both hands. Installing the system is also very simple and there is no need for any drilling. The Gate is friction mounted you can install it quickly without any special tools.

    The Doorway Dog Gate is an incredibly strong gate made from wrought iron. It is designed for dogs that can chew their way through wooden gates or that are strong enough to break through standard gates. With the Doorway Dog Gate your favorite four legged friend will stay out of harm’s way and in the space that you want him or her to be.

  • While we all love our dogs, we don’t always love what they get up to in our homes or apartments when we are not around. Dog gates come in many different types, sizes, and with many convenient features. Yet even with so much to choose from, each one is of course made to provide a barrier that keeps your pets right where you want them. This is not only convenient and can make daily life much easier but often a necessary part of owning a pooch. So here’s a guide to help you learn all the basics.

    Many dog owners don’t want or trust their dog in certain rooms of the house either all the time or when unsupervised. Whether it’s your office, bedroom, or living room there is a lot of damage a dog can do when their owner is out. Dog gates are an easy way to confine your dog to one room or keep it out of another.

     

    Dog gates keep your pet safe and give you peace of mind, especially when you're away.

    Dog gates are a great way to block stairs, rooms where your pet is not allowed or to keep your pet contained when you have visitors. Outdoor dog gates are helpful when you want to keep your pet on the deck or porch or if you need to block off an area that could be hazardous. When choosing a dog gate or dog barrier, think about the space you're closing off and the size of your dog. For tall dogs, choose a dog gate that is higher than your dog's head so he's not tempted to try and jump over. If you have more than one dog, consider a pet gate with a walk-thru door – dog gates with doors are ideal if you have a cat in the house, too. Freestanding pet gates can be used as a temporary barrier to block a portion of the house. They're also a good choice for puppy training or if you have visitors. Freestanding dog gates are also good for apartments since they don't screw into the walls. To choose a dog gate, measure the space you want to section off. If you are planning on using a freestanding gate, you can add a couple of inches. The best gate for a high-traffic doorway might be a walk-through dog gate, with a one-hand latch that can be opened even with a load of groceries. Whether you need a wooden dog gate, a wrought iron one, or a dog gate for stairs, we've got a wide assortment of pet gates at Improvements.

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    If your cat and dog don’t get along dog gates is a necessity. However, even if they do, they are the best way to keep your dog out of your cat’s litter box and away from the cat’s food. Unless they are very tall dog gates can also almost always be jumped by cats but not by dogs. This allows your cat can go wherever it wants, while your dog can’t. Some even have small doors just for your cat.

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Dog gates are also a great way to keep dogs safe. Many owners use them to block the stairs preventing older dogs from falling or slipping. And of course if your dog is a chewer using a dog gate can prevent it from getting into rooms where it can chew on electrical cords or items which could be toxic.