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Old 01-19-2011, 03:30 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Old 01-19-2011, 03:56 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I assumed they meant the kind that goes around the knobs of a cabinet. Like this:


After I posted it I thought that if the dog already knew to open the cabinets then yes, a determined one could snap those easily.
Hi! It would have been a good idea to include that, yes, that's exactly what I was talking about..
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How is he opening them? If he is pulling on the nob/handle just remove it. Have you caught him in the act?
Actually my cabinets do not even have handles or knobs, or any closing mechanism. He (or they) are somehow pulling at it (guessing) and getting a paw or nose in then opening it. I've never caught them, but I've come home to find it opened and stuff within eaten .. yesterday it was some uncooked rice, and some old protein powder stuff. Today I've put screws and wrapped wires to keep them out, but I want to do something better looking that is easier to put on and remove.

Kiya -- those look very interesting, are they metal, and where did you find them? Thanks.
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I probably got them in walmart, I got the picture from amazon they have a lot of different types, mine are plastic
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We have the magnetic Tot Loks and they are AWESOME. You cannot see the lock from the outside, and you use a magnet held against the door to unlock it. We had them to keep kids out and they work great. No dog is going to get that open
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