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Beware Of The Dog? - What's Your Gate Sign?

We love having Truffle our adorable Dachshund in the workplace, he certainly brings a smile to everyone's face as they greet him on arrival to work as he is so friendly and loving. Of course not all dogs are as approachable as our pup and so having a warning sign for any visitors to your premises is a must.


Beware of the dog must be one of the most common gate signs. It makes a clear message to your visitors, giving a clear warning when they enter your property. Coming in several sizes and shapes with varying messages regarding your pet they can be placed on gates, doorways, fences or walls. Making sure your pets are kept safely inside your boundary fence is also important and making sure your visitors know you have pets and to keep your gates closed is paramount to their safety.


There are several pet plaques to display around your home and garden, with variations on the traditional beware of the dog sign. There is dog loose please close the gate or loose dogs in the garden, both an ideal size for a gate sign.

When it comes to dog warning signs there are many options for your gate, signs such as 'Be Aware Of The Dogs', or 'Do not Open Gate, Loose Dog'.

When it comes to our pets it seems we love to place name plaques on their homes, such as stable plaques for horses, kennel plaques for dogs even hen house plaques for our feathered friends.

We love our furry companions so much that it is important that we do everything to keep them safe, letting others know they are living in our home and garden. A cast gate sign will last for years, being the ideal way to send a message to passers by.

You may also want to ask people to keep their dogs on a lead around your grounds or to politely request no dog fouling.


With so many options you are sure to find a great pet sign which is ideal, looks stunning and fits the requirements of your home and garden. After all you don't want to be left in the dog house.

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