Do you want your furry friend to breath in fresh air and enjoy outdoor time, but are you afraid that they might get injured from external threat? COWZIWOW 8-panel pet playpen is well designed to give your rabbits, chicken, and other small animals a safe and comfortable environment.
Made of heavy-duty steel pipes with powder coated finish, our pet fence barrier is rust and weather resistant. The configurable design makes it perfectly fit your space, so that it is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. The wire meshes not only allow you to keep interaction with your pets, but also have high tensile strength so that it won’t be easily destroyed. The spacious internal area offers ample space for your dogs to exercise and play freely without external threat. The door is lockable with latch and easy to open for you. It is easy to assemble and fold, and no tools required.
- Spacious internal space for small and medium size pets to exercise and play
- Rust and weather resistant steel pipes with powder coating
- High tensile-strength wire mesh, durable and protective
- Configurable design, multiple shapes to fit your space
- Wide door with lockable latch, easy for you to open
- Folding design, easy to store and carry
- Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
- Easy to assemble, no tools required
It’s been almost a year and this pen has seen multiple different configurations. Never once did she push it across the floor, it’s never moved more than a few inches from where it’s set up. It’s very versatile, we have been able to easily break it down to take it to friends. Looking back, I’m glad we got this one.
I have a disabled baby cockatiel. He has birth defects. His upper beak is very short. It never developed the 'hook' part. And his wings are missing his 'hands'. As the vet said, he has no wrists. The 'hands' are where the flight feathers form. So he cannot ever fly. But he doesn't realize that and keeps trying to fly. Doctor said to give him low perches.
He can't stay in his cage all the time while my other birds are having fun out of theirs, so I figured I'd get a playpen for him. But he can climb. So the playpen has to be made of solid material that he can see through.
Since he's a cockatiel, this playpen is perfect for him. He has plenty of room to play and the other birds can come visit him, which they love doing.
I put a little birdy playpen in there and he has tons of fun.
What a blessing that he now has this wonderful playpen. And the price is great!
I also used four of the walls to make a "crib" around a doggie bed in the living room. If I know he's tired, I can put him in there and he'll give up on pacing and take a nap. I think the fact that he can still see me and everything in the room makes it feel different to him than a crate.
That said, I'm not sure if these would work as well for me if my dog wasn't so old that he can't really still stand on his hind legs any more. If he were younger and more determined to get out/around them, I think he could probably push them the walls around or maybe knock them over. I'd probably need to prop it against something heavy to avoid that. So far, he stops the second his nose hits a wall.
Small assembly tip: Slide it horizontally into the connector, instead of trying to push it down onto it . It clicked together easily for me that way, after which I'd push it down and make sure it's fully locked in.
The one order of panels was enough to set up two pens. Each pen (6 panels) contains a small cat bed, a small litter box, a set of food/water dishes, and a couple of toys. Kitty has plenty of room to play, eat, taunt the dogs, or use her boxes. I didn't need to use zip ties or anything; pressing the panels into the connectors until they "click" was enough. The pen is stable enough for the kitten to jump onto the top of it and clamber over without damaging or knocking anything over.
It's not an eyesore, and I love that I can reconfigure it as much as I want. There's no sharp edges, no head/paw-trapping gaps, and it's lightweight. Overall, it's a safe and affordable solution and probably something I'll continue using for as long as I have dogs and cats sharing my home.
I will say, though, that this is probably not a good idea for you if you have really determined, rambunctious, or large animals. My corgis are pretty old, so they're lazier than they used to be. Now, they'll wait for an opportunity rather than creating one, so they've pretty much accepted this as a barrier.