|Features||Carry Bag, Collapsible, Ground Stakes...||Collapsible, Shoulder Strap, Foldable||Carry Bag, Collapsible, Ground Stakes...||Carry Bag, Collapsible||Removable Cover|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Small Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Material||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester, Mesh||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon, Mesh||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||—|
|Tools Included||Yes||No||No Tools Required||No Tools Required||—|
|Small Pet Type||—||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Gerbil, Hamster, Mouse||—||—||—|
The puppy purgatory as I’ve nicknamed this pack n play was awesome the 3 times I used it. Then after rinsing it out when the pups piddled in it the metal frame on one side had popped out. For reference I got this while we’re playing “Daddy Daycare” for my Golden’s two nine week old pups for nap time and when their Dad and “Aunt” are tired of being a parkour playground. With the metal popping out I’ll without a doubt be getting rid of this since I don’t want them getting hurt or anyone catching themselves on it. Because let’s be honest it wouldn’t be the pups it would end up being me lol. I do really like this so I am reaching out to Chewy to see if mine was just defective. Which is why I gave it a 3/5 since it is otherwise very durable and I like how easily you can see everything in the pen which had it not broken I would without a shadow of a doubt recommend this to my friends.
Zippers easily separate apart with very little pressure from pets. Recommend a stronger plastic zipper. More heavy duty considering intended use is for pets.
I have several of these playpens, all various sizes depending on the size of feline fur baby that needs it. I've used these after surgeries, for quarantine purposes such as waiting on infectious disease blood screening for strays that I wanted to keep, and for kittens. These playpens are easy to clean, easy to set up and store away when not in use.
I travel a LOT and want a secure place for my pets to stay when I have to be out of the hotel room. I don't trust housekeeping to see the "do not disturb" sign, and if they open the door, I don't want my escape artist cat and my very large, but scaredy-cat, dog getting out. This works perfectly for the cat. A Great Dane, however? Well, it's not quite tall enough for him to hold his head up straight. (Why do even the big ones stop around 30 inches if it says it's good for up to 150 pounds?) The second problem was, unless I blocked it in place with furniture, he walked around in it like a hamster ball. It's durable! It didn't tear, although he did get the zipper open enough to escape once. He was a shelter dog, and kennels scare him, so I don't want to use anything that might feel like a cage.
Put my 2 Schnauzer puppies in this playpen to go to the store . When I came back one puppy met me at the door, they had scratched part of the zipper out and lifted the unit up and one came out. It was a big waste of money and don't waste yours