Richell Wood Freestanding Pet Gate, Large, Autumn Matte Finish features
- Freestanding gate with side panels for safely confining pets
- No installation necessary; adjustable width from 39.8 to 71.3 inches
- Wide base prevents tipping; rubber feet protect floors; folds for storing
- Low enough for people to stride over; beautiful hardwood finish
- Measures 39.8 to 71.3 by 17.7 by 20.1 inches
Richell Wood Freestanding Pet Gate, Autumn Matte Finish
Imagine this beautiful pet gate in your home. It’s designed to keep your pet safely confined in most areas throughout your home, while allowing you to move freely about. Its low height allows you to simply step over with ease! Side panels are designed to keep the gate from tipping over, plus the rubber feet keep it from sliding on hard floor surfaces. Its beautiful hardwood construction complements Richell’s other fine wood pet products! Also available in Small, HS, and HL sizes.
Recommended for small dogs 6.5 to 17.5 lbs (3-8 kg). Instruction manual included. 1 ¼ inch space between wire slats. Wire is 7 Gage or 0.144 inch.
Designed to fit doorway or hallway openings from 39.8 inch to 71.3 inch wide. Free-standing design allows for easy placement anywhere in the home, anytime you need it. Low height allows you to step over with ease. Side Panel design prevents tipping over. Rubber Feet protect floor surfaces and prevent sliding. Side Panels fold in for easy storage or transport. Beautiful hardwood construction.
Richell’s Freestanding Pet Gate Large is designed to move easily from area to another. Simply lift the gate and place it wherever it’s needed most. Plus, it’s low enough to step over to allow movement from one room to another.
The Freestanding Pet Gate Large also includes Rubber Feet to protect your floor surface from scratches and unsightly marks, in addition to keeping the gate in place for extra pet security.
The Freestanding Pet Gate Large is designed to fit doorway and hallway openings from 39.8 inch wide up to 71.3 inch wide. The two front panels expand to your desired width by simply adjusting the screws, keeping your pet safely confined in his/her “special” area.
The Freestanding Pet Gate is made from rubberwood. Richell selected this particular timber as it’s signature wood because of its high durability and tight grain, which takes beautifully to a wide range of finishes.
It’s designed with Side Panels that fold in for easy storage or transport! Simply fold the panels in to store the pet gate in a closet or garage, or take it with you when traveling with your pet! The gate fits snugly into a trunk or on a luggage rack.
Q:Has anyone used it outside? Can it be left outside all summer?
I would say no as the weather would probably hurt the wood, as it is not all metal.
Q:Does the expanded width of 71.3 include the sides opening up? I have a large opening to fill and I like the sides closed for stability, but need the 71.3 x 2!
The sides do not open all the way. They open to a 90 degree angle and it’s designed that way so that it has the stability to stand on its own. If you don’t open them, you’ll have to lean it against something. The expanded width remains the same with open or closed sides. I hope this helps.
Q:Are there gates 84″ wide and so that a 3 1/2″ dog can’t squeeze through?
The gates were wide enough for my kitchen and dinette area. The issue is the height. The quality of the gate was excellent. Assembly super easy. I highly recommend this product. But my chihuahua could easily climb this gate. He is y lbs as nd a puppy. Wish the gate was at least 24 inch high
I would guess-amate under 10 lbs. I have severe back issues and I can easily move it, while both sections are attached.
Q:Would it work for a child?
Maybe for a baby that is crawling
Q:Distance between bars? How much space is between the bars on this one?
The spaces are only one inch wide.
Q:Are extensions available? My opening is 80″.
You can only extend to about a 76 inch span….maximum.
Q:Can the side/supporting panels be removed?
They are the only thing that holds the gate up. It is not a pressure mount gate. However the measurements include the width of the foot and side panel. Mine works beautifully and doesn’t fall even when my twenty pound doggie jumps up on it.
Q:is there a warranty on this product? one of the sides has come off (dowels broken)
Q:How tall ?
It’s about 20 inches high. You can step over it very easily if you have to.
Q:Is this price for the Large or the Small version?
The measurements for this listing are as follows: Measures 39.8 to 71.3 by 17.7 by 20.1 inches
Q:can you use it on carpet? will it still be sturdy?
I don’t have carpet but I would think it would be fine. It’s not tippy in fact it’s quite sturdy on regular floors. But I don’t think it would be any less sturdy on carpet.
Q:How deep are the side panels?
About 11 inches
Q:i have a french bulldog… can it pull or push it out of the way? would the dog be able to bite and pull the gate out of position ?
If he is smart enough to figure it out…yes. We have four dogs, two large and two small. They pretty much do what we tell them so they leave it alone. The gate can be moved pretty easily. Love this gate because it isn’t a tension gate and won’t ruin your walls and door jambs.
Q:Would this keep a beagle in (she is 15 lbs) or could she push it over?
I have a Jack Russell mix 14 lbs, a Chihuahua 10 lbs and a Pomeranian mix 15 lbs and they have not pushed this gate over yet. It is in a wide doorway (55″ wide). Hope this helps!
Q:Are holes predrilled to attach the sides? One from Best Choices needed holes drilled. Wonder if this is the same gate or if Rochell is different?
On mine, there was no drilling necessary for anything. Sides were simply “slip in” hinges. The width has pre-drilled holes at varying widths. One side has pre-set female screw threads, so that you just pass the “male” screw through the hole at you desired width, and screw it in. Good luck in your search…
Q:Do you have any free standing that are 100″ wide?
Designed for pets, not children. It slides out of place if pushed directly. I can see it tipping even though it has flat legs on both sides. Short answer; not for children.
Q:Is it easy to slide this open? Would it be reasonable to slide it open several times a day to allow passage?
It doesn’t slide, it’s stationary gate. It’s so easy to pick up and put in any position, so you can move it to allow your to come out.
I sometimes move it to accommodate the back being open and my two pets can come and go from the kitchen to the yard.
Q:If this product was used as a fireplace hearth safety gate, would the metal get hot to the touch at 12 inches? I have a glass enclosed gas fireplace.
Yes it would get hot, but it will sit roughly 2 feet out from the opening, so it shouldn’t be too bad.
Q:are the slats made of wood or metal?
Q:What are the measurements of the “feet” and the side panels? Are the side panels fixed or can they be folded out?
The large panels are 40 long inches and 20 inches high. You may screw them together at different spots to accommodate your doorway. The ends are 11 1/2 inches and 20 inches high. The ends attach with a small l shaped screw that keeps them open and solid. There is also a stabilizing foot on the ends that is 6 inches. I have three large and one small gate. My dogs are Yorkies,one age 7 and and one, 7 months. The larger is 7 lbs and the smaller is 3 lbs. They do not try to jump over or climb out. These gates work on carpet and on porcelain titles very well. The rubber feet keep them from any…
The large panels are 40 long inches and 20 inches high. You may screw them together at different spots to accommodate your doorway. The ends are 11 1/2 inches and 20 inches high. The ends attach with a small l shaped screw that keeps them open and solid. There is also a stabilizing foot on the ends that is 6 inches. I have three large and one small gate. My dogs are Yorkies,one age 7 and and one, 7 months. The larger is 7 lbs and the smaller is 3 lbs. They do not try to jump over or climb out. These gates work on carpet and on porcelain titles very well. The rubber feet keep them from any damage to tiles. The gates look much better than metal and match well with cherry, oak or walnut. I am happier with the larger gates because of the variety of different doorways it will fit. I can easily step over the gate. I would definitely recommend these Richell Wood Freestanding Gates.
Q:need fence with gate 84 inches long
I need one 96 inches long. I have had this gate before. It’s very nice looking and my dogs tried to get over it and through the sides, then gave up and never bothered again. I have a new puppy so now I need a gate again, but this time I have a wider opening so I am thinking of getting two gates and putting them side by side and just not opening them fully.
Q:I have 2 dauchsunds…Would this work for them?
Yes. It’d be a great height for them!
Q:Has anyone used this young toddlers? I am trying to keep my 9 month away from our Christmas tree this year.
Patricia, I purchased this to keep dogs from going into my front room and is great. Very sturdy and also attractive. I think it is a great product.
Q:Does it come in white?
Yes, it does.
Q:Can my 63 lb Lab Mix knock it over/down/aside?
Yes. This particular model is meant for small dogs.
Q:What is the exact highth of this unit?
It is 20 1/4 inches high. It is very well made.
Q:I need to know if the total width with the base is 17.7 inches. Thanks!
The return is 11.5 inches but the return plus stabilizing foot is 17.7 inches.
Q:Would this work to keep a toddler away from a small entertainment center and tv? I’m nervous the baby will find a way to pull the flat screen over.
i don’t know about toddler, i use it for dogs, it keeps a 10 week old lab on the porch and is balanced with “feet” to keep him from toppling it over. However, remember kids are much smarter and if they want to find a way around this, they will. the “wires” are thick so they can use it to use for support to stand. The gate is durable and the end portions swing out, so the toddler can possibly pull these open to enter where they aren’t supposed to be. Hope this helped