Carlson Pet Products Home Design Extra Tall Gate with Small Pet Door, Black
- Black metal frame with cherry wood finish is attractive and durable
- Pet door lets small pets get through while others stay inside
- Lock automatically engages when door is pushed closed
- Measures 38"H X 29.5"W
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Keep your pet secured with the Design Paw Extra Tall Walk-Thru Pet Gate! Designed with a small door, this gate can let little animals through but keeps their bigger friends inside - a great solution if you need to keep your dog contained but want to let the cat move around freely. It also features a release handle that's easy for humans to use but which keeps animals contained, locking automatically when the door is pushed closed. The metal construction is chew-proof, sturdy and durable. Includes mounting hardware.
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Worth noting that the human-size gate only opens in one direction, but the reason for that is a tab that prevents you from accidentally shutting the gate too hard and it swinging back open the other way, so this minor inconvenience is worth knowing that an inattentive person won't accidentally leave the gate open.
The cat gate is easily big enough for our 20-lb. Maine Coon mix to walk through - in fact, it could be smaller. Our 60-lb, long-legged redbone coonhound has figured out that he can push his front legs through, then his head, then cross those front legs, and force his shoulders through the cat opening. Once his front shoulders are through, the rest of him follows. It was impressive to see his determination. (Mind you, this guy is also able to back himself out of his Ruffwear harness when he really wants to, so I think it's a function of his shoulders being narrower than his ribs). I don't see this being a problem with the majority of larger dog breeds.
The gate only opens one direction which is not a problem but important to know, and if you don't want the cats to use the door for some reason, you can "lock" it closed.
Even if our dog were smaller, I like this size because I can open the gate without bending over, like I would have to with the regular-sized ones.