Indoor dog gates are simple to install and adjustable to different size openings. They keep pets safe and contained where you want them to be without cutting them off visually.
The walk-through gate shown above is one of our top pics and has the following features including an extra door for smaller pets to pass through.
Indoor dog gates can be quite versatile If you want to:
For example, when you go to bed at night you may want to try the flexible gate panels that can be configured to enclose one area of your bedroom for your dog's bed.
This is a good solution if you want to prevent Rover from roaming about during the night and one which your dog might prefer over being inside a crate.
Indoor dog gates like the one above come in multiple size panels with hinges that rotate 360º that can be configured to fit a doorway, hallway, stairway, an extra wide opening or simply into a pet pen.
Once the intended space is measured, it's just a matter of choosing the appropriate size panels for the gate.
This type of gate is available in a walnut or white finish and multiple panel set-ups can be folded away for easy storage.
The important part is to measure carefully.
The indoor gate shown below is a good choice for open floor plans. This
versatile barrier gate converts from a free standing gate to a room
divider or a sizable pet pen for one or more dogs.
Pet gates are extremely handy when a new dog or puppy is added to the family. Training a new pet - especially in unfamiliar surroundings can be difficult if a pet is given the freedom to roam about.
To be successful and also fair to the pet, it's imperative that owners not only know the whereabouts of their pet at all times, but that they can also see them.
Here are a few more indoor dog gates that provide options for unique situations:
Pets are also much more comfortable when they are able to see you, even if they can't be up close.
Pet gates can be put in places where you want to restrict access, while at the same time allowing you to pick up signs that your dog or other pets may need to go outside.
Before shopping for indoor dog gates: