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34"H Expandable Free-standing Steel Mesh Pet Gate 4.6 5 415 434
good looking and sturdy Much nicer than a wood gate I purchased elsewhere. My only issue is this one is about 2" taller, so a bit difficult for vertically challenged folks to step over. November 1, 2011
LOVE IT!! This is a super elegant yet incredibly sturdy pet gate. Just an all around great purchase. So glad I found you guys. No one is doing pet gates like FrontGate. December 16, 2011
functional and attractive This gate has a streamlined look that fits in with our decor and was easy to set up for use with our pet. October 29, 2012
great purchase This looks stunning, the Yorkies can't escape their areas of the house and the gate is easy for humans to manage. This is a substantial, handsome piece. October 5, 2011
Wonderful Gate I love this gate it was easy to essemble, looks great and can open the entry with one hand. Great investment! October 8, 2012
Elegant dog gates I am very glad I purchased these gates. Price is excellent for the quality and the subtle styling. Finally a doggy gate that compliments your decor ! January 13, 2012
finally An attractive gate that is functional, I can't believe it took me so long to get one. Perfect for keeping pets out or in a secure place. May 24, 2012
Great investment! Compliments my home well! Since the door opens only one way, one should carefully consider the positoning of the gate if free-standing next to steps. July 15, 2011
Good Buy This gate is worth the money. It is sturdy and easy to assemble. I have two jack russells and they can't jump over it. August 22, 2012
What a gate!!! I really love this gate. It is not only very functionnal but beautiful. I wish I had bought two, in fact I may order a second one later. March 21, 2012
dented product The gate works well, but the gate is dented really bad. December 27, 2012
Nice The gate was easy to assemble and just as pictured. We were very happy with the item. November 6, 2012
Beautiful! The nicest looking pet or child gate you will ever see! The walk through gate is a great feature compared to climbing over most gates. . January 27, 2012
Very Good Pet Gate Gate was easy to assemble and works great. Stands on its own, expandable and the door mechanism is solid. Very good deal for the price. February 7, 2012
Expandable free standing mesh pet gate I love this gate it could not be better and it is beautifull . December 11, 2012
Great Gate Appearance is upscale , quality I wont say heavy duty but will do the job . Overall very nice gate and is working well for our needs . November 22, 2011
Excellent quality Excellent quality-much better than the filmsy wood gates. It is portable and can be used in many places. August 24, 2012
Beautifull Gate Was very pleased with this Gate and it adds alot of decore to my house, everyone comments how pretty it is. Very durable. May 8, 2012
Love it! We are really enjoying the expandable mesh gate! It is very well built and easy to get in and out of. August 28, 2012
WONDERFUL GATE I NEEDED A GATE THAT HAD NO GAPS AND THIS MESH WORKS WONDERFULLY TO KEEP MY PET RABBIT IN AND NOT ABLE TO SQUEEZE THOUGH. NICE WORK September 23, 2011
Pretty gate This gate is very nice to look at but my 12lb little dog can push the sides in easily. It only took about 5 days to figure it out. September 26, 2011
Mesh Pet Gate This is such an improvement over a wooden gate I previously owned. The styling is excellent and it is very functional. April 28, 2012
The best dog gate on the market I looked at several dog gates and this is the besy by far. Top quaility and style. All of this at a great price. Very happy February 4, 2012
Great Gate! The gate is even better looking than in the catalog. It is perfect. My cats can go through, but not my small dogs. Love it! January 30, 2012
Frontgate dog agte The gate is beautiful,however the side panel is easily moved by the dog and the dog(s) get out easily. Not woirking well at all September 23, 2011
Best looking pet gate I have ever seen! Received the mesh gate and it was damaged, so Frongate immediately sent me a new one and it is just perfect. I love this item! March 22, 2011
love it! Great value. Do wish it was easier to go thru gate w one hand. But it is doing the job and we have a fur free bonus room! November 3, 2011
5 Star Rating I bought 2 Bronze-finish Pet Gates & we are very please with them, they are doing just what they are supposed to do. November 30, 2011
Gorgeous Gate! This gate is a piece of art and goes beautifully with my decor! Well worth the price and would highly recommend! January 13, 2012
34H Expandable Free-standing Mesh Pet Gate I love it - the only problem is that I wished the gate opened on the right side vs the left as it does now. March 14, 2012
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is the gate latch easy to operate with your hands full? does it lock top and bottom? And does the latch operate both or do you have to stoop down to unlatch the bottom? Is the gate easy to scoot if the dog tries to push it? Our little Yorkie often moves the gate we have now, so we are looking for a heavier one.
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You probably do need one hand to open the gate. It is a sliding mechanism at the top only (no bottom latch). Once it is open, you can push through it with hands full and it swings back by itself to shut.
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We have found the latch quite easy to work, and I have had my hands full a time or two. There is only a top latch, but it has proved to be all that is needed. We secured the gate with screws, so I cannot accurately answer your question of scooting. I can tell you the gate is quite heavy.
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There is only a latch up top and unless you push the latch or slam it - it stays slightly open. We prefer that as we have our gate to block up staircase and since we go up and down it a lot - it helps that it doesn't latch unless we want it too. Our dog can't get through it when it's not latched - as it stays closed well enough but this way you can just use your leg to open it while you may have items in your hands.
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The gate does require a free hand to operate. It has a good weight to it so two hands are better. The lock is only on the top of the gate. I have two welsh corgis and they are not able to move it. Again, it has good weight to it.
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Yes it is easy. I have an 8 week Golden and can carry him in one hand and pull the latch open with the other. The latch is only at the top and you don't need to stoop down or anything to undo it. The door swings back on it's own as well and latches. At this point we feel it is pretty sturdy because of the horizontal legs on on both sides and we haven't even connected all the pieces yet.
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Yes, it is easy to operate. It has one sliding lock on the top where you can reach down without bending (and I am 6'5"). The gate is heavy and hard to move, but the sides are angled and can be moved by the dog so he can wedge himself through if you don't anchor the sides firmly against the wall. But it is plenty heavy enough for Yorkies. We have 2.
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The gate is nice and heavy and our dog hasn't been able to move it, though to be fair, she hasn't tried very hard. It latches only at the top and requires just a finger to slide the bolt out. If you're coming from the other direction, however, you have to reach over the gate. When we come down the stairs, it's a little awkward to bend over and reach the latch. It closes easily behind you.
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The gate latches at the top only. It is very easy to open even with stuff in your hands. It is a slide type latch. This is a heavy metal gate so your Yorkie will not be able to push it open at the bottom. I have a Yorkie also. He is a jumper and climber. He can not jump over this gate or climb it. This gate is heavy so your dog will not be able to push it out of the way. It also has rubber on the bottom so it does not slide on hard wood floors easily. Also the door closes automaticlly and latches so you don't have to worry about your Yorkie pushing it open if you forget to latch it.
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you need at least one free hand to operate the latch. it's a button you push in and heavy enough so it would be difficult for a dog to escape
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Latch is only on top and would require one hand to operate if you have it fully closed. I have a yorke and a jack russell and they have never pushed it. I have two of these gates. Love them.
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I find the latch very easy to open- there is only one latch at the top of the gate so no stooping required. I doubt that a Yorkie will be capable of moving this gate. It is very sturdy metal construction. We have a lab/basset hound mix puppy who currently weighs about 25 lbs.
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How strong is the mesh?

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The mesh is made from 100% steel, so it will stand up to pets' claws and teeth.
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Not like a screen door. It's stiff metal.
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Very strong. It is hard metal mesh (similar to fireplace screen/skirt). It would be difficult for a dog to dig through it.
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The mesh is very strong
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It is comparable to a good fireplace screen.
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It's metal so it is pretty strong. My 8 week golden pup tried scratching at it and didn't damage it at all.
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The mesh is pretty thick and sturdy although I imagine any dog that was really determined to scratch its way through might bend it and ruin the finish.
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The mesh is just like a fireplace screen. It is very sturdy. This gate is put together very well. The screen is attached to the metal edges so it does not push in easily like some fireplace screens do.
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I was worried about the mesh when I ordered it, but I can tell you that I'm very pleased. Even the dogs leaning on it doesn't seem to affect it at all. Love this gate.
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The mesh is very strong
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can the gate go on the other side (right)

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Unfortunately, the gate for this item is built into the right front panel and is not able to be placed on the other side. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
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It can't be moved, but you can flip the gate around to have it on the other side. Just be aware that the balance may be off, so it could topple over if pushed on with enough force.
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No, the gate is built on the right side of the gate and does not allow reversal of that situation.
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mine actually came as the mirror image, but it is not reversible
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No, the gate cannot go on the other side. The holes to connect the pieces of the gate make it so that you cannot change the side of the gate. The only way you can get the door on the right is to face the gate the opposite way that's in the picture.
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The only way I found to make the gate open the other way is to flip the front panel around, which obscures the decorative scrollwork a little bit.
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Actually it IS on the right - or at least the one we received is. We wanted it on the left, as pictured in the catalog but it's on the rigtht.
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Yes, my husband successfully installed the door backwards by mistake. It puts the fancy details on the other side of the screen, but still looks nice.
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No. You would have to turn the whole gate around to get the door on the Right side. Depending on your opening it could be done. The back side of the gate is not ugly. It is just not as finished as the front side.
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I have not used it at the top of stairs, but you will notice that it is very stable and would be difficult to push over. Of course, if your dog is heave or very large, they may be able to knock it over, but I've had a doberman all over mine and it never fell over.
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Yes. We use it on a tile entry way to keep dogs out of stairs leading to basement.
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I would have to see your stairwell or at least know the dimensions but for the most part, this gate is just what it says it is "free standing" and it's quite sturdy. We have giant and large breed dogs (weigh 158, 110 and 85 lbs, respectively). Since the two larger dogs often "challenge" gates or simply barrel through them, we decided to turn this gate inward between our dining and living room. The gate opens "in" so they are unable to push on it - works like a charm. You'd have to be sure the gate expands past the opening at the top of your stairs but the opening between the two rooms in our house is 70" or almost 6 feet. the gate has a magnetic closure so it swings shut automatically if you let it go and latches. Hope this helps. (The gate is lovely and quite well made). Denise in Land O' Lakes
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If using it for a pet it should be fine, it is free standing and very sturdy. Not sure I would use it for a child.
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It is pretty sturdy, and it has the stand to balance it, but I don't know if someone can tip it down the stairs.
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I would NOT use at the top of stairs! It may fall! Not a suction or screw in type and could tip over.
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We installed ours on the top of some stairs and to make it very stable, I cut two blocks of wood (4" X 4" X 7" L) to slide under the legs and this made the fully opened gate extremely strong. I stained them brown to match the stairs and they are almost invisible beneath the metal legs. Even opening and closing the door is easier and can be done with one hand now.
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The description states that the opening is 55" wide, so I am concerned about whether or not it could adjust smaller.
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We appreciate your interest in this item. Unfortunately, the smallest size this gate can be adjusted to is 55". We do offer our 22"H Free-standing Mesh Pet Gate Barrier (item 42958) in two different size options, one of which adjusts between 40" - 70". We apologize for any inconvenience.
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The doorway where we placed the gate is less than 55 inches. We just put the side panels up against the wall on each side. The results were similar to one of the pictures on Frontgate. It shows the gate panels extended out from the doorway. It works and looks great.
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If there is wall on either or both sides of your opening, you can simply put it overlapping the doorway and the sides will come in to your wall. Otherwise, the shortest it assembles is 54 1/2"
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The smallest we were able to adjust it was for 51".
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No. Just set it on one side of the door opening. It will be extend slightly over each side of the doorway, but will be side pieces will be flush against the wall. Look at the photo and just imagine the gate extended 3" wider on each side.
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It will not be able to fit an opening 48" wide. I tested mine to see if I could make it fit, and it would not.
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