Successful threshold barriers?

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Hi All,

So my SO and I board dogs for as little as one day, therefore we can't expect much as far as behavioral training. Our house has three levels which we attempted to separate using dog gates but they've become more of a sad suggestion to the pups rather than a legitimate means of restricting their access. Due to the set up our house (and what a dog with sheer determination can do to one's walls/staircase) we're hesitant to drill into anything. This is mostly because we're renting our place. Long story short (too late) is there some way to create barriers for short term dog guests, i.e. dogs that don't have time to be trained? I've been looking into those "invisible fences" but they're either really expensive and don't seem to be meant for indoors or have lousy reviews. Any suggestions?

Thank you

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