Richell Convertible Indoor/Outdoor Pet Playpen, Large, Soft Tan/Mocha

January 12, 2020 - Comment

3-in-1 pet playpen converts to a freestanding pet gate and room divider. Available as 4 or 6-Panel playpen. Special water resistant arrows allow the playpen to be used safetly indoors or outside! Optional Convertible Pet Comfort Mat and Covertible Floor Tray available. Product Features 3-in-1 pet playpen converts to a freestanding pet gate and room

Buy Now! $177.00Amazon.com Price
(as of 6:11 am EST - Details)

3-in-1 pet playpen converts to a freestanding pet gate and room divider. Available as 4 or 6-Panel playpen. Special water resistant arrows allow the playpen to be used safetly indoors or outside! Optional Convertible Pet Comfort Mat and Covertible Floor Tray available.

Product Features

  • 3-in-1 pet playpen converts to a freestanding pet gate and room divider
  • Special water-resistant arrows allow the playpen to be used safely indoors or outside
  • Available as 4 or 6-panel playpen
  • Dimensions-playpen 63.8 x 33.1 x 36 in inches, hexagon 54.25 x 63.8 x 36 in inches, gate 127.6 x 33.1 x 36 in inches, divide 132 x 23.5 x 36 in inches

Comments

Anonymous says:

This pen is easy to assemble and disassemble This pen is easy to assemble and disassemble. Looks nice and is durable. We are very pleased with the pen other than the gate can be easily opened by a “wanting to get out” dog. We had to put another lock on the outside of the door.

Anonymous says:

Excellent Playpen I did a lot of research before buying this 6 panel playpen. It’s pricey but worth the money. None of the other brands I checked out came close to having the features this one has. Others stated the latch is flimsy but we’ve had this for 5 months and so far our 9 1/2 lb Yorkiepoo hasn’t been able to jiggle it open. It’s high enough she can’t jump out and the vertical slats in the panels make it impossible for her to climb out. Very easy to assemble and wipe clean. The construction is solid and…

Anonymous says:

My little pen escapee can no longer escape! My two 10 pound Dorkies are only penned up in the house when we are gone for several hours or out of town. My last trip out of town I was gone fr a week. After the first night my petsitter contacted me – my little guy Dylan had escaped! He had spent the night loose and with not “holding it”, meantime his sister Dixie was pitiful, so frustrated to be alone. So we discussed the situation and figured out a different way to rig thins up. WHen she came back, he was out again! Once again we…

Write a comment

*