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Name: Faith
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Date: 21 Jun 17 10:06am
My yorkie is very energetic, can he push it so he can squeeze areound the side or even jump on it and knock it over?
Name: Daniele
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Date: 21 Jun 17 10:02am
Also, you can use the baby gates to separate your pet and your child.

I think this would keep a baby or small child from opening it by accident.
Name: Shay
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Date: 21 Jun 17 09:46am
If you don't have the 2.5 inches to mount your safety gate in the doorway, the brackets can also mount around the corner of the doorway.
Name: Anglea
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Date: 21 Jun 17 09:35am
I was hoping to use at the top of the stairs but I don't think it would work without securing it into the walls.
Name: Lourdes
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Date: 21 Jun 17 09:28am
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