The new gate to keep dogs in the kitchen

The new gate to keep dogs in the kitchen

This replaces the piece of plywood held in place with the small table with the concrete block on the table.

The dogs, while restricted from the rest of the house, now get to see humans eating at the dining room table and bark their discontent with exclusion, and the cat gets to stand right at the gate so the dogs can see her and bark and she could care less.  And, should we ever get six Newfoundlanders and have them in the kitchen, the gate can hold them back too.

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