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34"H Expandable Free-standing Steel Mesh Pet Gate 4.6 5 395 413
Pets & Kids Barrier Gate Well, this is my second gate from frontgate. First one was great and lasted two years, probably would have lasted longer but my son was walking fast and goofing around and he kind of kicked through the wood.. It was wood and metal. So this one showed up very fast and in great condition. It was OMG easy to assemble, no tools, just the lil "L" wrench they provided. I'm a 51yr old grandma and I made it in 15 minutes. It is actually very pretty and sturdy. Way nicer then first one. This has great grippers so it doesn't move around my hard wood floor and gate shuts behind you, a little loud if baby is sleeping. Only one negative, the picture does show dog entering the gate on left ( which would have been the perfect way for my entry way) , this gate can't be switched up to open on left. This picture had to be altered for catalog purposes. But just beware of that difference, gate opens on right side. Over all, love it. April 2, 2014
attractive, fuctional heavy duty dog gate The gate was purchased for a large foyer to family room entrance. It is the first thing you see in our front door....and it looks very attractive. We have two 6 month old large, active puppies. It is perfectly sturdy and has shown no movement. ( The directions when received with the gate state for small dogs....however the picture in the brochure / online show a large dog: so a bit misleading) No worries if you have 1 or 2 large dogs. Our dogs do respect the gate and occasionally place their paws on it. The actual walk thru section is very functional, sturdy, and a good size. It stops the dogs from running to the door whenever it opens or someone arrives. Easy to put together, with size options of 2 3/4 inch increments We have place it against the wall beside the door opening rather than inside the door frame. Able to move if required, or needed in alternate area. No marking of walls. I WOULD RECOMMEND! February 26, 2014
Free standing gate This item was shipped promptly at no charge. The quality is excellent and matches my decor perfectly while being very functional. Easy to set up! I have been recommending it to many people!! April 17, 2014
Best Purchase Ever!!! I have a small dog (about 6 lbs)... so you would think almost any gate would be fine... WRONG!!! I tried baby gates from various stores in various styles, I tried pet gates from various pet stores in the various styles they offered, even some of the other ones Frontgate offered (no offense) were missing the mark for my fluffball of mischief! when I opened this gate and put it together (by the way it was very easy and took about 5 minutes.. no "extra" tools required) it was the first gate he didnt manage to find a way to climb over (yes you read that right), knock down, or shimmy through!! I so far am completely impressed because I almost gave up hope on any gate period!! Haha!! Take note that I'm only literally on day two of having the gate but so far so good!!! I will update with any changes but I'm crossing my fingers and toes this will be my only review posting for this item!!! I give it an A+++++++!!! January 14, 2014
Free-standing Steel Mesh Pet Gate Excellent product that allows my cats to go into the sunroom but keeps the dog out of "their space." Attractive appearance does not distract from the room décor. FYI - We also have the shorter 22" model but unfortunately it does not have a gate to open & close. March 27, 2014
34"H Expandable free-standing steel mesh pet gate This gate does not correspond to the picture shown on the web site. Perhaps the website has reversed the picture. The picture shows the gate with a dog going through on the left side. The gate is actually on the right side. The product is not reversible. What is particularly aggravating is that I called before buying it to make sure the gate operated on the left side and was assured it was on the left side. I have a unique room configuration which makes that important. Other than that the product works as advertised. March 10, 2014
Love this gate but This is a beautiful gate! I love that's is free standing and looks like part of the decor as opposed to some wood or plastic "baby" gate. However, the picture is a little deceiving in that that door does not stand open. It's spring loaded. Not a heavy snap shut but it does not stay open. This presented a little problem for me because I put my dogs in our large utility room while we are out and they are litter trained so their beds, food, water and litter are in that room. When I come home, the door has to remain open for them to have access to all their stuff. For now, I'm using a small doggy bowl with a rubber bottom to prop right inside the hinged edge to keep it open. Since it's out of the way there and not that noticeable it works for me, at least til I can come up with an alternative solution. If you intend to just block off an area and let your dogs out when you want then you will not have any problems with the looks or workability with this gate. I love that it can be extended if I chose also. March 23, 2011
Very poor service I ordered a very expensive and, in my opinion, overpriced, petgate. I went ahead with the order because of Frontgate's reputation for quality and service. Well, there was no warning that the item was back ordered and would take over a month to ship. That was strike one. Strike two was that it was defective when it arrived - the welded on connectors that held it together fell off in my hands. When I called the company it didn't appear they had any interest in what was wrong with the pet gate and I was advised I would either need to wait another 3 weeks for it to be in stock again so they could replace the gate or return it. Strike three. Oh, and I should mention this petgate was in a box that was so large it wouldn't fit in my car and was rather heavy so I had to find a neighbor to help me get it back to UPS for return so that added to the fun, too. Frontgate showed "how much they cared (ha)" by sending me a 15% off coupon that was good for about 2 weeks in case I wanted to go through this again, As if. October 5, 2011
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The gate would be placed above stairs so I want to secure to the walls - does the gate include holes/hardware to attach ends to a wall?
2) Is there any way to make the gate wider?
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We appreciate your interest in this item. Unfortunately this item is not intended to be secured to a wall or door frame so any necessary hardware to do so would not be included. As this item cannot be secured, we do not recommend placing it at the top of a staircase or near a glass door. This gate is adjustable to accommodate widths between 55 - 69 inches. Unfortunately, extension panels are not available for this item to allow it to cover a larger area. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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I haven't done it but, looking at mine, I would think you could put screws through the hard mesh on the sides to attach it to a wall. Also, if you just affix the rubber padding that you put under rugs to the bottom of the base, I don't think it would slide.
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We attached ours to the wall without issue. I don't know the answer to your question about an extension.
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Sorry, the gate has no way to attach it to walls. I don't know if there's an extension available.
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I do not think that this gate could be secured to the walls easily
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4 ft opening

We have a 4ft opening from our kitchen into our living room that we would like to install a gate that would keep two VERY strong 25 lbs dogs out of the living room. Would this gate be able to fit into that opening?
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This free standing gate might not work. The smallest opening is 55 in. but it depends on your opening. If your opening is stright across then it might still work. See in the picture how the sides are at 90 degrees to the gate. If your opening is stright across then you could set it up to the wall in the Kitchen and they could not push it at all.
Or like at my house I have an opening that is about 50 in. wide and I have 2 walls that end so we have ours with the sides of the gate on the out side of each wall. It works great.
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The minimum length is 55" so it would be too long for your opening; however, I have resoved this issue by installing the gate on one side of the doorway rather than inside the doorway. The gate will be a little larger than your opening, but it will still be flush with your wall so no critters can get by it.
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You said your opening is 4feet. Ours is actualy much lager (about 70" or almost 6 feet. We simply used the extension provided and reversed the gate so it opens into our dining room and the dogs are unable to move it. Our dogs weigh 158 lbs, 110 lbs and 85 lbs. My husband plans on making a minor adjustment to keep the larger dogs from moving the gate from the side if they choose to lay down in the corner of the dining room. It hasn't happened yet, but it might. But for a conventional 4 foot opening and 25 lb. dogs, I think you'd be fine. Denise in Land O'Lakes, FL
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We have this gate set on the smallest settings and the space is 54 inches wide. Unless you don't mind the gate being in front of the opening and overlapping the walls, this model may not be the best choice.
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I used this gate for 3 dogs who weigh about 20 pounds each. Only one of my dogs jumps against the gate and it has not tipped over. This gate expands - it has a panel that slides out and then you bolt it . My space was 60" but I think it would work for 40 - you would just not slide out the panel.
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The gate will fit the opening. My 75 lbs dog did not try to go through the gate. Kept out two strong toddlers though.
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Can this gate be used outdoors on a covered porch
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We appreciate your interest in this item. Unfortunately, this item is intended for indoor use only and should not be used outside. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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Finish seems pretty durable but my experience is that eventually any painted or coated metal will break down in outdoor air. I expect it would hold up as good as anything if it was not directly exposed.
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I can't answer with 100% confidence; however, this gate is very well made and I would think being in an outdoor environment that is covered would be ok.
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I bet you actually could. I don't see why not. It is not going to hold back very excitable or bold dogs, but my two dogs 1 small and 1 medium handle it well and stay where they should.I don't see a reason you couldn't use it on a covered porch if you lived somewhere milder, not snowy.
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I would say yes as long as the patio is covered. The gate is very sturdy and heavy, I think it would also hold up to wind.
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gate depth top vs bottom

what are he depth deminsions of the top of the gate versus the bottom of the gate?
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We appreciate your interest in this item. The depth at the top of the gate measures 17 3/4" and the depth at the bottom measures 18 1/4".
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The mesh panels on the side extend back 10 inches and the narrow "foot" that protrudes at the bottom is 8 inches.
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The top of the gate is 10 3/4 inches, the bottom is an addition 6 3/4 inches (total 17 1/2 inches)
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Hi, if you are asing how deep the gate is because of the side panels - it's abut 17" deep on the floor and 11" deep at the top - with the extension panel in it's 68-1/2 wide. The opening we have in is almost 71" and it works fine because we placed it so the gate opens in.
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Front foot extends out about 6". The side fence is about 10" long. Hope that helps.
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I think you could. The main piece with the door and large panel is 51 inches. Then there is a 21 inch panel to extend it, with holes spaced 3 inches apart. I think you could attach the two 21 inch panels to each other to get the length you need, tilting the wings if you need to adjust the width an inch or two.
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I bought two sets and they stand beautifully side-by-side. See the photo of them in my kitchen.
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I'm not 100% sure of this, but I think you could attach an extra panel due to the adjustable nature of the gate. I don't know if extending too much might make it flimsy. Save your receipt just in case it doesn't work.
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We appreciate your interest in this item. Unfortunately due to the design of this item. additional pieces cannot be combined together to create a larger gate. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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Thank you for your interest in the 34"H Expandable Free-standing Mesh Pet Gate. Unfortunately, we do not offer extensions for this product and it is only available in the one length.
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I ordered two sets and they stand side-by-side beautifully. Here is the photo of them in my kitchen.
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We purchased the gate for a 71" opening and although it's technically 68-1/2" with the extension in, it seems to work fine. Of course, our dogs are giant breed. If you have extremely small dogs, they may be able to "squeeze" through the small space on the side.
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Also, how do I handle a width that is 64" since it only expands by 2" at a time?
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Thank you for your interest in the 34"H Expandable Free-standing Steel Mesh Pet Gate. As long as the space it is going will be between 55"-69"W, the gate will fit. For a space of 64", you would need to set the gate at 63".
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Can we get extentions for the sides?

We have a 73" opening and would like to get this gate but want to know if there is any extentions available on the sides to make up the 4" that we need to keep out the cats?
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Thank you for your interest in the 34"H Expandable Free-standing Steel Mesh Pet Gate. Unfortunately, we do not offer any extensions for this pet barrier.
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We have a space that is 135 inches that we are trying to keep our dogs out of? Looking for something that would work.
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Thank you for your interest in Frontgate. In reference to your question, two of these gates would not be able to be combined. We do apologize for the inconvenience.
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can it be adjusted to lower width?

I have an opening that is 53 inches. Is there a way to configure it to be less than 55 inches? I need the taller gate (34") vs. the 22 inch to keep our 80 lb. golden retriever out of the living room, but the opening to that room is 53".
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Thank you for contacting the Frontgate Product Specialist Department. Unfortunately, there is no way to decrease the width of this item.
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Thank you for contacting the Frontgate Product Specialist Department. This item does come with floor protectors.
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Thank you for contacting the Frontgate Product Specialist Department. This item does not fold up for storage. It would have to be taken apart.
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Keep door open when not using it. Only nerd it closed when I'm not at home.
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Thank you for your interest in Frontgate. The 34"H Expandable Free-standing Steel Mesh Pet Gate features an auto-close feature; therefore, the door will not stay open on its own.
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Thank you for your interest in Frontgate. The Free-standing Steel Mesh Pet Gate does have rubber feet to prevent sliding. This should be effective if placed at the base of your stairs.
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anyone used this with ferrets?

do cats or ferrets just climb up the mesh and over the top?
while you say 'contains even the smallest pets', your photos don't imply anyone would have a pet other than a dog.
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Thank you for your interest in Frontgate. There are spaces in the mesh that would be large enough for a climbing pet's claws to climb up the side of the panel. We have not received any feedback from customers that may have used this product for containg ferrets or cats, but perhaps some of our customers will be able to provide you with information regarding their experiences.
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Thank you for your interest in Frontgate. Unfortunately, there is no way to adjust the auto close feature on the Free-standing Steel Mesh Pet Gate.
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is there an available expansion panel?

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Thank you for your interest in Frontgate. Expansion panels are not available for the Free-standing Mesh Pet Gate.
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We cannot increase the size of the 34"H Expandable Free-standing Steel Mesh Pet Gate.
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