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The Cardinal Gates Extra Tall Free Standing Pet Gate is perfect for large breeds and high jumpers. This pet gate is 3 feet tall and has an adjustable width of 27.5 inches up to 51 inches. For best results, use in a doorway or in a position that allows the gate to make contact with the wall or doorjamb. Ideally, expand the width of gate beyond the width of the opening. Dog and gate should be on the same side of the opening. Featuring good-looking solid wood construction, the Extra Tall Free Standing Pet Gate has thick, heavy-duty spindles and a bar spacing of just 2 inches. Sliding feet can be permanently attached if desired. This gate is not recommended for top-of-stairway use nor should it be used as a child safety gate. The Extra Tall Free Standing Pet Gate is available in black, white, or oak.
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This item: Cardinal Gates Extra Tall Free Standing Gate, White
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|Color||White||Wood, Autumn Matte Finish||Wood, Autumn Matte Finish||Walnut|
|Dimensions||36 inches x 27.5 inches x 1 inches||20.1 inches x 26.4 inches x 17.7 inches||27.6 inches x 39.4 inches x 23.6 inches||30 inches x 80 inches x 0.7 inches|
Gate deserves five stars for quality of wood and adjustable format. I'm removing two stars because the screws meant to hold the gate in place don't hold. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Booklady1
The gate was a disappointment. It does not truly slide. You place gate where you want it then use a screw to lock in place at the top of gate and there is a screw for the bottom. Read morePublished on April 4, 2012 by Tess
Unfortunately, it's been over a month and I have not yet received it! However, I already have one exactly like it. It works great for my little jumper. Read morePublished on March 29, 2012 by Nancy K. Martin