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Last Post by breeats at 10/08/2013 3:57 PM (8 Replies)
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User is Offline breeats
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10/07/2013 4:09 PM


User is Offline Kayota
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10/07/2013 5:42 PM
I don't have a flemish giant, but. I have a kitchen doorway where there is no door and it's too wide for a regular swinging gate. So I put two regular size wooden baby gates on hinges and attached them to the doorframe and I bungee cord them shut. On a regular size doorway you can install a hook to keep it shut. If I get a Flemmie or any rabbit that jumps them I'm going to double up and create a second set of swinging gates off the ground, above the first set. So you could do that.
Mako

User is Offline Kbana
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10/07/2013 5:46 PM
You could customize your gate using NIC grids. That way you can create the appropriate height and width. Cheaper than buying baby gates too! Plus, you get many grids in a box so you could use the leftovers to create gates/barricades for other areas of your home if you need them.
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User is Offline Kayota
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10/07/2013 5:56 PM
true! The gates I use are only $10 each though so it works. the wood frame is really nice
Mako

User is Offline CheriB603
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10/08/2013 3:41 AM
What size space would she be confined to? Flemmies really do need LOTS of space. (I have 2!) and with their heavy weight and ability to jump to infinity, I would worry any barrier could be breached. Might be easier to just get rid of the couch! ;p

User is Offline breeats
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10/08/2013 3:48 AM


User is Offline breeats
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10/08/2013 3:51 AM
... I was also thinking about installing, a giant curtain that goes behind the couch....? LOL. Idk though, Would be a hassle, My living room/dining area has a high ceiling so that might be silly. Idk. I really need to solve this problem

User is Offline Zombie-Sue
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10/08/2013 11:09 AM
Is she altered? Sorry if you mentioned it already.

User is Offline breeats
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10/08/2013 3:57 PM
No she's not, She's only 3 and a half months old right now, Going to schedule that for around 5, 6 months though.
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