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36-inch Freestanding Pet Barrier with Walk-through Door 4.7 5 190 201
buyer beware I have never been disatisfied with anything I have ever purchased from frontgate, so this is a first. You can't make this gate small enough for a average hallway and the tension gate wasn't wide enough. This gate is not stable on carpeting, the supports on the back side make it impossibe to also turn the gate in the opposite direction so the door could be use in a better traffic flow. They need to go back to the drawing board on this one. January 12, 2013
Not worth the price This gate looks ok but it's not worth the price! It also requires assembly The only positive to this was they send you a prepaid return label except you have to pay for UPS to come pick it up from your house! February 15, 2011
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36-inch Freestanding Pet Barrier with Walk-through Door
 
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This is exactly what am I looking for except I do not want the front part to exceed 50 inches. Is there a way to do that?

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Is it possible to put the gate together and reduce the length? If not is there another similar gate? The mesh one is nice
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The 36-inch Freestanding Pet Barrier with Walk-through Door can not be made smaller.
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I need a pet gate that will extend approximately 93" (a little under 8'.) Also, it must be free standing. Could you accommodate?

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Thank you for your interest in the 36-inch Freestanding Pet Barrier with Walk-through Door. unfortunately we do not have any freestanding pet gates that are as wide as you need.
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Which gate to buy?

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We have a 40" wide opening and want a pet barrier WITH a walk-through door. Do you sell such a gate?
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The 36-inch Freestanding Pet Barrier with Walk-through Door has a walk through door and adjusts from 54.75-68.5" wide.
We also encourage you to look at the extra-wide 34"H Expanding Pet Gate (64303): 28-1/2" - 42" W.
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Can I get replacement blots/screws for this gate?

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We've lost two of the screws that hold the ends on
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please call us at 1-800-537-8484 or email us at ps@frontgate.com with your order number and/or the purchaser's name and billing zip so we can locate your order and have our parts department look into replacing the bolts and screws for you.
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Can you use this gate at the base of stairs, to keep dogs from going up?

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It is not recommended to use a freestanding pet gate at the top or bottom of stairs.
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