Customer Reviews

492 Reviews 492 Reviews 4.6 out of 5 Stars

95% Recommend

95% of reviewersrecommend this product

4.6 / 5

You've Already Reviewed This Item

EliteField 2-Door Soft-Sided Dog & Cat Playpen

EliteField 2-Door Soft-Sided Dog & Cat Playpen

  • Most Helpful Positive Review

    Read All 439 Positive Reviews

    Great Investment!

    By Coconutskies14 on May 6, 2019

    Our Malshi loves his new house! It's very cozy and spacious, allowing us to put his food stand, bed or crate, toys, and large potty pad inside. It's perfect for when we leave the house or can't watch him for a while. He's barely 6 lbs but we purchased the 52" inch pen to give him extra space. It's large Our Malshi loves his new house! It's very cozy and spacious, allowing us to put his food stand, bed or crate, toys, and large potty pad inside. It's perfect for when we leave the house or can't watch him for a while. He's barely 6 lbs but we purchased the 52" inch pen to give him extra space. It's large enough to fit 2 adults and our dog inside. Easy set up and very sturdy. Wish we had brought sooner, it's too cute! … more

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report
  • Most Helpful Critical Review

    Read All 53 Critical Reviews

    Great idea

    By Poodlelover on May 5, 2019

    Just love the pet enclosure - HOWEVER if your pet is frisky like mine, you may want to consider something else. My 10 lb. toy poodle was out of the playpen in less than 10 minutes. He does have a habit of scratching and jumping. So first he put a small hole in the screen door and then somehow he caused Just love the pet enclosure - HOWEVER if your pet is frisky like mine, you may want to consider something else. My 10 lb. toy poodle was out of the playpen in less than 10 minutes. He does have a habit of scratching and jumping. So first he put a small hole in the screen door and then somehow he caused the zipper to separate so he could walk right out. Did not break the zipper as I was able to re-zip it. I knew I was taking a risk and unless I get him to calm down, I will not be able to use it. So I could only recommend for a passive pet. … more

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report