Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 12
Rated 4 out of 5
by corgiandmainecoonmom Great for house training play time.
I got the 8 panel ex pen and my new corgi pup is happy. The panels are flimsy but I made sure to secure it tightly to my pups crate and added some zip ties to strengthen it tighter (made sure pup wont be able to reach and chew off zip ties) and this did help quite a bit. Also to protect my hardwood floors from scratches and potty accidents I went to lowes and purchased a 6 ft x 9 ft piece of linoleum for $29 to place underneath the pen and crate.
June 28, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by KittieKatz Great for my rabbit!
I have a 5-6 lb rabbit who does not like the confines of a cage, so I bought her this pen. She absolutely loves the space it provides. She'll run around and play and then flop down in the middle. I keep an old quilt under the pen so that 1) my hardwood floors do not get scratched, and 2) so she doesn't have to lay on a cold floor. There's room for her litter box, toys and food. She's quite a jumper but fortunately she cannot jump over this pen. A must have for our small furry pets!
June 24, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by rosahhh ok for small pets
I just bought this yesterday at Pet Supply. First of all, there were no instructions at all, not even a one page sheet of paper (maybe someone had returned it?) not that you need to know much, but the gate is very confusing to open. It is sturdy enough for my Chihuahuas (one is 5 lbs, the other 7 lbs) but I can't imagine putting a larger dog in it. Mostly they just sleep in it and they seem to like it a lot. I like that there is no bottom bc I might use it outside to put them in it when I am doing yard work or reading. Since they are so small, the space seems huge.
May 17, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by MommaMoody Did not meet expectations
I bought this product for my 9 week old puppy to help crate train her and potty train her. She is too smart for this system as she is able to open up the door whenever I close it. I thought this would be a lot more sturdier also and it was no, my puppy is able to move the gate around very easily even while it's attached to her crate. I had to add an additional clip to the door to keep it closed so that she can't open it. Either she is a very smart puppy to have figured it out or it just was not built as it should have been.
April 25, 2014