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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > HABITATS AND TOYS > Anyone had a portable rabbit playpen?
Last Post by joea64 at 7/06/2017 5:11 AM (7 Replies)
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User is Offline CMarie
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6/02/2017 10:21 AM

Hello All!

I'm bringing Daffodil on a trip and I've been doing tons of research on a traveling with bunnies. I'm bringing her in a travel carrier but when we arrive, I thought it would be great to have a portable bunny playpen (Along with her Timothy Bungalow of course

Has anyone had one of those foldable ones like this one HERE ? They say they're made of 600D heavy duty oxford cloth. I think it would be great if she didn't chew it, and it does say for a rabbit. Do they work or does it get destroyed? Love to hear you thoughts! Thank you!

CMarie


User is Offline _carlyquinn_
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6/02/2017 11:13 AM
I use one for my rabbit from time to time! I have the same one you showed in black. Iris chews just about anything she can fit her mouth around, and has still not managed to do any damage to it despite her immense efforts.

User is Offline CMarie
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6/02/2017 2:31 PM

Great! Thanks for the response. That's just what I was wanting to know!


User is Offline Sunflowers
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6/04/2017 1:54 PM
I have a similar one too and can confirm, they are great for bunnies. Just be careful with the zippers, one of the buns chewed at the bottom of those a bit and then i couldn't close the door properly anymore (I had to get another one and laid towels over the zippers and then it was bunny-safe). The floor is very sturdy, my bunny was digging at it alot (especially on the sides) and it is still all good

User is Offline AnthemBassMan
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6/04/2017 3:52 PM
I just bought a similar one off of eBay today. Jethro's new play pen will be green and white. I got him one that's 52" in diameter and is 21" high. Check eBay if you want one of these. $38.99 and free shipping.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/311707411930

L8R,
Matt

User is Offline CMarie
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6/07/2017 4:51 PM
Great to know! Thanks all! I bought one; we'll see how it works

User is Offline KittyKatMe
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6/09/2017 2:39 PM
Yours couldn't chew through? My little dwarf chewed through hers TWICE. Maybe I just have a psycho on my hands.

User is Offline joea64
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7/06/2017 5:11 AM
Since I have a small/efficiency apartment, I've been looking for a playpen that's easy to put up and take down again while providing adequate playtime space for a pair of rabbits. I was considering x-pens, but this is even better! Of course, the important thing will be to keep the little 'uns from chewing through...
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