Please remember to supervise your furry friend while using the playpen. This playpen is suitable for canine companions, feline friends, rabbits and other pets who weigh over 5 lbs.
|Features||Collapsible, Pet Door||Pet Door||Collapsible||Non-skid||Non-skid|
|Breed Size||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds|
|Lifestage||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||All Lifestages||All Lifestages|
|Tools Included||No Tools Required||No Tools Required||—||—||—|
Hinge feature on section with gate, is malformed, or misaligned resulting in difficult insertion of joining dowel and nearly impossible to remove the dowel when disassembly is required. This should have been discovered post molding and rejected.
This was just what I was looking for. Works great there is even a screen cover you can purchase separately that fits perfectly in my case needed because my 3 lb chihuahua is a hudini. It also allows for expansion when purchasing extra panels which is great too. One thing is my large dog would be able to collapse it if I didn't rig it/ customize it lol. But it is a quick fix not rocket science! Other reviews complained about this but I is really simply to solve lol.
This playpen has been very useful. Recently one of my doxies needed spinal surgery, and his activity had to be limited, so these components provided the perfect solution, and we have used it in two sizes, with four pieces and six pieces. Also can be used out of doors, and the individual pieces are also useful for doors and stairs, even to keep my Sammy on the chair while his bed is refreshed. Very easy to set up and move, and easy to store.
As advertised. It is light weight but from specs I knew it would be. Easy to assemble. Meets my needs. Would buy again
Great pen for cats and puppies. Have used for both.
This was super easy to put together.
I love this for my 10lb Shihtzu but it is very light weight and he can move it around as he jumps and plays. If I had purchased this for my 20lb pup I would return it bcz it is not sturdy enough for heavier dogs. Perfect for small toy puppies I love it for that!
It took THREE orders to finally get the CORRECT model and one with all the HARDWARE and unbroken RODS that hold the panels together. Just to let you know I was trying to buy the "IRIS 4-Panel Exercise Pen with Door, 24-inch" (see pictured but in white). Original order placed on 3/18. First box came with SIX BROKEN panels that have plastic curved, comb-like fastener clips. Broken plastic pieces of the clips fell out of the box. Taken out of the box, several more of the panels had clips that were smashed and fell off. Several problems: in addition to the unusable, broken panels, Chewy sent the WRONG model which has a dial door *knob* I didn't want and the comb-like clips rather than a metal pin/rod you place to hold the corners together. Replacement Order #1-The correct 4-panel pen arrived but this time without the HARDWARE to attach the door or the metal RODS/PINS to hold the panels together. Replacement Order #2 - Finally got the correct replacement with the necessary hardware on 3/25. I was upset that not only did the first order come broken but that it was the wrong model. I was more upset when the first replacement came without the required hardware needed to set the darned thing up. FYI, yes, I'm glad Chewy got me the pen I wanted...finally. Here's the basic problem: if you look at the photos of the 4-panel pen, it is fundamentally differrent from the 6-panel pen I didn't want or order. Chewy does not -- and should -- use MODEL/PRODUCT or SKU NUMBERS on their products. I discovered the model numbers on the outside of the shipping boxes. If you're interested, the 4-PANEL with hinged door is CI-604 (presumably the '"4" stands for 4 panels). Importantly, the panels are very easily held together by a rod you slide through the corners, greatly facilitating disassembly. The 6-panel Model Number is CI-606-2 which has a door knob you turn to open/close and has the very flimsy comb teeth on the panel's corners. That design also makes it extremely difficult to disassemble -- recall those plastic backbones that are on some notebooks? -- and obviously easy to break off. When calling Chewy's customer service, I expressed my bewilderment that not only was I given an incorrect (broken) model, but that the first replacement was missing the hardware to put the thing together. I very specially requested that there be an actual inspection that I'm being shipped a usable and unbroken product! I wanted this pen to ensure it would work well in both our house and when we travel by car to visit our grand-kids over Easter. It was disappointing to have to wait nearly 2 weeks to get the right pen. Now I'm stuck with 2 large boxes of unusable pens despite Chewy's suggestion I donate them to someplace for repair/repurpose. OK, maybe someplace can use them after I search around lookiing for someone to take them.
I needed an attractive ex-pen for our bunny. This is very cute. the panels are a breeze to assemble. The screws were hard to get in without stripping them for the hinge assembly. I would recommend laying the door panel flat on the ground and attaching the door that way
We actually got two of them, plus the expansion kit with 2 sections. One for family room, one for bedroom for sleeping. Very sturdy considering the light weight and plastic. Easy to assemble. Far less ugly that many of these, and can easily see our puppy while see's inside. Door and latch works great, and the screw-downs for the latch are very important for our smart puppy who quickly learned how to bang against the door to get out - the screw-down for latch prevents this. Super easy to move when needed.