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Carlson 68-Inch Wide Adjustable Freestanding Pet Gate, Premium Wood
- Freestanding pet gate adjusts up to 68-inches wide
- Stands 20-inches tall
- Made with premium New Zealand Pine wood
- Easily adjustable with patented locking system
- Rubber inserts on bottom of feet keep you floor scratch free
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Adjustable Free Standing Pet Gate by Carlson Pet Products. This gate expands to fit a variety of opening from 40-70 inches wide. The patented slide and wide latch system is simplistic and allow you to easily move this gate to different openings around your home. At 20 inches tall this gate is perfect height to contain toy to small breeds and puppies. The functionality allows this barrier to be used as freestanding gate for added security. This home décor gate is designed with premium hard wood and black accents. Easy to install and quick take down make this the ideal pet gate. Model #2070.The feet will add an additional height and width to the full assembled product, Customer support number - 952-435-1084.
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I will say thou that I am pleasantly pleased with the overall quality, sturdiness and function of this pet gate. I chose this particular item because of the wire grate it is made with. I have a 100 lb Lab and a puppy cokapoo. The Lab isn't the concern...it is that the puppy tears apart the plastic grate on the baby gates we use to shut off spaces in the house. Also I cant take him every where and I don't like leaving him unattended as yet. He picks up every piece of yard so he still needs to be watched more so.
I have a 74 in opening from the Kitchen to the living room and a door at the other end of the kitchen. We needed to secure him in the kitchen as it was the safest place with no wires and other things to get into. The difference of the 4 in gap is 2 inches on either side and the space is a non issue for him to escape. How ever I got a little creative and I had some trim pieces left over from a remodel a while back and attached it to either side of the gate to reduce the gap down to a 1/2 in on either side. I ll try and take a pic and download at a later time.
The gates design is genius!! It comes with 2 ways of using it. Either the legs you attached as shown in the picture...... or these long type screws with a pressure cap. Other gates are a pain in the but compared to this gate!! there is no hardware u have to screw into a wall.... thus not having unsightly hardware permanently attached to you walls!! The screw slide into the predrilled holes at the top and bottom.....then you make sure you have the gates clips secured.....and you extend the screw to the wall and tighten the cap towards the gate......pressure locked.....like I said GENUIS!!!!!!
This is the way I used this and I want to share this because it you have a little or big smarty like my 2 the gate is great but unless you have some sort of junction to butt this into to keep it in place all it takes is for a shove and they are loose. Also I don't want it in the doorway allll the time just when I have to go out. I attached the legs to the bottom and used the screws on the top. This way I can still pressure it into place at the top to insure it stays in place and still keep it portable.
Note: If you fall over one they are easy to put back together, as well; apparently they don't tend to break easily. :) Okay, I was running -- *blush*
UPDATE: These are still used and still useful and only the one I did fall over and put back together has instability issues if I move it. I'm sure a little glue in the right places could remedy that, as nothing is actually broken--just unglued! This particular one is usually not moved since it has been punished and moved to a less used location for tripping me! I think maybe I resent it a little for tripping me, so I don't see it often enough. I love these because they are standalone, so you can move them anywhere and adjust them and that offers so much convenience! The feet do just out a bit, though. I have tripped over those, too. :( I blame mysef and not thinking about that in spots I have chosen, though.