Motorhome dog door

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  1. ninjayorkies

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  2. sue1959

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    A baby gate? Or would your Yorkies fit through the gaps?
     
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    I had a piece of plywood, took a saw and made one myself.
    It slides nicely in place in front of the screen door.

    We store it under the mattress of our bed

    Paul and Ineke
     
  5. ninjayorkies

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    Probably going to be my best option. I could always paint it ::bigsmile:
     
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    Hi ninjayorkies

    We us expanding trellis, bought our last ones from Aldies, cheap, lightweight, and they expand to any size you want, they don't last long with our yorkie if she decides to chew her way out but as I said cheap:thumb:.

    Just make sure the hole size is right before you buy.:Blush:
     
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    Oops nearly foregot, Plus you can cut them to virtualy any size you want:thumb:

    and they fold down small:thumb:















    Have I sold em yet:roflmto::roflmto::roflmto:
     
  8. ninjayorkies

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    Ooh sounds like a good idea. At a hefty 5 and 7kg these 2 fat chunks wouldn't fit through the gaps :Eeek:
     
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    How much:whatthe: blimy what are they fighting ninja yorkys:roflmto::roflmto::roflmto:



    Oops just been reading some of your blog only to find my joke is not very new:Blush:. Sorry:Doh:

    Great reading by the way:thumb:
     
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  10. ninjayorkies

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    Alas Chloe was the last of the Ninja's as she was a minature. These 2 aren't alowed to be Ninja's. Yorkies come in about 4 sizes and these 2 are at the big end of the scale :ROFLMAO:
     
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    My misses loves your yorkies, I prefer poodles:roflmto:
     
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    Train the beasts to do as you tell them to do and then say slowly, firmly and with volume (as if ordering something in a bar abroad)...

    "Don't go through that door...!" :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:

    That should do the job...

    JJ :Cool:
     
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    Some garden trellis will do the job and easily folds up so can be stored :thumb:
     
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    Where have I heard that before:roflmto:
     
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    Blimey. Thats a lot of fuss over a secure opening filler!!!

    How about one of these :winky:

    http://www.keman.co.uk/pdf/Collapsible_Grille_Brochure.pdf

    Drop me a pm with the size of the doorway and i will get a price for a grille delivered to you directly. Not only will it keep the dog in but it will secure the motorhome and allow the door to be open to let in fresh air.

    Cheers :thumb:
     
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    If you dressed them up they would be to ashamed to go through the door:ROFLMAO:
     
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    We use a
    Lindam Easy Fit Flexigate from Amazon for our two Gsds. It is expandable and folds up when not required.

    [ame]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lindam-44372-Flexiguard/dp/B000UJB65Y/ref=sr_1_14?s=baby&ie=UTF8&qid=1308515852&sr=1-14[/ame]
     
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    Sorted :Smile: Timmy's back legs aren't good enough to allow him to jump over it and Izzy finds trellis as scary as cutlery :Eeek:

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