Our pug puppy dives in and out of this pen easily. He just jumps into it and collapses the sides, jumps out and is on the loose. He has even figured out how to unzip the screen door. We got this when he was 10 weeks old, and over the past few weeks it has become more of a toy than a pen. Keeps him busy for a bit, but otherwise it's useless and takes up space.
This item was purchased before adopting our new little baby shih tzu. For her safety and privacy, and in consideration of our two older doggies, the baby spends her play and nap time in this little playpen. It gives her plenty of room and allows her to settle into a new home on her terms. HIGHLY recommended for any situation where a new pup is in a new environment.
The idea is great however our 8 week old Wawa’s able to jump and roll this playpen like a hamster wheel. We even placed a weighted blanket in the bottom and no difference was made.
I bought it because we adopted a new kitten who is just a handful, and we unfortunately didn't have a separate room to keep her from our elder cat. Plenty of room for her to run wild in, especially when we through some toys on top!
Love this play pen for an extra small dog. Comes with steaks to anchor it was a great choice for camping with our baby. Highly recommended!!
It set up nicely, however the zipper on the bag cover is very flimsy and broke off. The fabric on the cover is already starting to tear at the zipper seam. Was supposed to receive 4 stakes, but only received 3. The product itself seems to be sturdy and there is plenty of room for my pup. Hopefully it will hold up when it's actually used.
Sturdy and very practical. Easy to set up, move, and fold down. The best part is the endless hours of play with the strap! Don't leave unsupervised with it, of course. Overhanging top keeps my kitty from climbing out, though I could also use the zipper top Only drawback is a vinyl smell that takes a while to dissipate, but my kitten didn't seem to mind.
We foster kittens and the playpen is super easy to clean! We have had one figure out how to escape by unzipping (at the top). A strong piece of duct tape solved the problem!
I have a 2 month old teething puppy that destroyed it in one week. She chewed her way out. She ripped the sides and zipper. Once we could not closed it she figure out a way to jump out of it.
She did well for a month but then started clawing and chewing until she was able to walk right out.