This Iris pen cover works great . It works better on the pens with the bars all the way up the pen. Hard to connect on the round top pen.
I have a Pom puppy who is learning boundaries with the other dogs. It is great for when potty training and when you cannot have all eyes in them. This is for their safety as well. It was easy to put together and it is easy to move around and I got the top for it in case I want to use it outside to keep any prey birds we have in the area to get any ideas.
Used the product for baby chickens, worked wonderful
This is my first order with Chewy and the mesh covering came without the clips so it’s pretty useless.
I took a chance on this cover, since i don't have the recommended dog pen it's designed for. I think it doesn't fit as tightly, but the velcro straps make it easy to adjust. Works great at keeping our athletic little foster pups contained
I bought this so that my 5lb chihuahua wouldn't escape. She still manages to escape even with this cover.
Fits perfectly on my pet pen for my 4 week old puppies and they just love having more room to move around. They are Dachshound babies are are so very beautiful in the pen
This became a necessity when my 5 pound 11-week-old Havanese puppy mastered scaling her playpen in just a couple of days. Once I attached the roof, there were no more escapes. It was easy to attach and my puppy couldn't figure out how to undo the hook and loop straps. For the peace of mind (and my carpet), it was well worth the price.
I ordered two of the IRIS Nylon Mesh Security Roofs for our two IRIS 4-Panel Plastic Dog Playpens, because our little "Houdini" Boston Terrier puppy was able to climb out of the pen uncovered. We got two pens, because one pen was too tight for her crate plus her litter box. The covers have to be attached separately to each pen, so at bedtime, we push the two pens up to the other, door opening sides facing each other. We just passed night #2, and she hasn't been able to climb out with the cover on. I'm happy. She's not housebroken, so I don't want her to have free rein in our home.
The nylon mesh is a good concept. The Velcro could be replaced with snaps.