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Carlson Extra Tall Pet Gate, with small pet door
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- Expands from 29 to 34 inches. Add the included 6-inch extension and expand your gate to 37 inches to cover wide openings and stairways
- Stands 36 inches tall
- Easy 1-touch release handle Quick, easy setup
- Patented Small Pet Door. Lets small pets pass through, while keeping everyone else out
- Sturdy lead-free, non-toxic, chewproof all-steel construction
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Carlson Pet Products Extra Tall Metal Gate At 36 inches tall, the added height makes this gate just right for large pets and pets that like to jump. Expands from 29 to 34 inches wide. Add the included 6-inch extension and expand your gate to 37 inches wide. Convenient walk-through design has an easy, one-touch release handle. Patented pet door is 10 inches by 7 inches to let small pets pass through, while everyone else stays put. Pressure mount system makes set-up quick and easy.• Pressure mount system makes set-up quick and easy. • All-steel construction is sturdy, durable, lead-free, non-toxic and chew-proof Specifications: • 36” H x 29-34” W• Includes a 6-inch extension to create a 37-inch expansion• Pet door is 10” H x 7” W• White Amazon.com An essential tool for homes with pets, the Carlson Extra-Tall Walk-Through Pet Gate is a convenient, chew-proof way to contain and protect both your pet and home. Made of steel, the 36-inch-tall gate is designed with a pressure-mount system for easy installation and is ideal for extra-wide openings. The #0941PW expands from 29”- 37” and that includes only one 6” extension.. The walk-through design features a one-touch release handle so you can easily pass even while carrying things. A 10-by-7-inch pet door lets small animals pass through while everyone else stays put.
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1. The red stopper that holds the handle in place is laughable. It slides very simply and my dog even looked at me as if saying "lol, that's cute."
2. The cat door with knob that requires it to be pulled out before the door will open. Now this took her a few days, but alas, a 55lb dog will squeeze her body through that little hole and make you question every single bit of math you've learned throughout life and debunk the saying that you can't fit ten gallons of water in a five gallon bucket. Electrical tape will only work for a short period of time before your dog decides it would make a good snack and requires it being held shut with 5 industrial zip ties.
3. With enough pressure, the bottom of the gate can be pushed out enough for a highly determined dog to escape. The use of a vice grip is suggested, but only has about a 72% success rate, especially if not applied at an exact 62° angle.
4. You may think a combined use of a cable wire bike lock with four digit combo lock would solve that problem. Well, you'd be right. For all of 20 minutes.
5. You must be thinking that with all of these combined measures that surely an animal that that spends her recreational time eating cat crap snacks and chases her own tail wouldn't be able to figure out pressure mounted pressure points and the plastic threaded caps that hold it in place. You would be very wrong.
Any of the following may result in your dog eating three comforters, a book, multiple towels, a box of Kleenex, paint rollers, two sets of blinds, three dog beds, a few shoes, and a hospital equipment manual for your new job. If your dog is in the habit of doing any of the above, please save your money and just pay for the exorcism up front.
As you can see in my picture, he was able to pry it open by first grabbing on with his mouth and then sticking his nose through and prying it open (I have the whole thing on video). When I got home I found that the latch was still perfectly secure as were the 4 wall mounts (the gate was very stable). The door itself is now permenantly bent.
It was so close to being the perfect gate, but that is a major design flaw that cannot be overlooked. It would be even easier to escape if the gate opened away from the enclosed pet (like in the product picture) because all they would have to do is push on that corner and squeeze through (which may be a safety concern if they got stuck!)
The gate opens easily as does the small 'cat' door in the bigger door. The only thing I'd caution you on is that the gate handle doesn't seem to catch when you take it out of the box, there's a note on it, it's supposed to be that way. As you screw the sides against the wall, it slowly pushes the gap closed. The problem here is that you can screw it too far so the gate won't open. I'd adjusted it to where it felt secure against the wall, where it wasn't going to slide but then I couldn't open the gate so I had to back it off some. When I did that, it just didn't seem as secure against the wall, I could push it around. Now, for me, I'm just trapping some kittens in the back room until my current cat & the new kitties get used to the sight and smell of each other so I don't think a couple of 3-4 lb kitties are going to be able to move the gate. But, if you have a larger animal like a dog who is determined, they will be able to move it.
As a side note, the gaps between the rails will not keep kittens or small cats back. I'd planned on having to do something for the kittens but once I had the gate up, my full grown but smallish cat just squeezed herself right on through. Once I zip tied the netting for keeping kids safe on balconies or banisters, all animals were safely trapped on their side of the gate.
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With a bad back, I don't need to lean down to open gate.
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