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Reddit mentions of Marshall Pet Products Pet Deluxe Play Pen, Small

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Reddit mentions: 12

We found 12 Reddit mentions of Marshall Pet Products Pet Deluxe Play Pen, Small. Here are the top ones.

Marshall Pet Products Pet Deluxe Play Pen, Small
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This product is easy to useThis product adds a great ValueThis product is Manufactured in ChinaOver 12-Square feet of play areaEasy assembly/no tools requiredCheck out the Marshall play pen mats
Height29 Inches
Length68 Inches
Number of items1
Weight2.425084882 Pounds
Width68 Inches

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Found 12 comments on Marshall Pet Products Pet Deluxe Play Pen, Small:

u/Bricteva · 3 pointsr/chinchilla


  • bites hurt.

  • they can take a while to warm up to you.

  • they can have a wide variety of personalities and you're not quite sue what their personality is until they are comfortable with you.

  • they can be bratty and spray you with urine for telling them playtime is over and they need to go back to their cage.

  • you can't take them for walks.


  • they are super soft.

  • when they grace you with their affection, it is all worth it.

  • watching them play happily is very peaceful and relaxing.

  • dust bath time is so cute.

    I've had Poppy for 3 years now, she's always been the adventurous type who prefers people as things to jump on as opposed to beings who want to shower her with affection. It's taken until about this year for her to actually want pets and to ask for them. She can be a bratty little munchkin, but after 3 years, we've mostly worked out how to deal with it. I think the real joy of the relationship with the chinchilla blossoms after about 3 years (I think that's about how long it took with my first chin, Lilly). After that point, they get a lot more comfortable with you and are more willing to put up with snuggles and being held and will actually seek them out.

    As a chinchilla owner, the best supply purchase I made was a playpen. I put the front of her cage at the opening in the pen and then she has access back to her cage during playtime. This makes her a lot happier and relaxed during playtime and also keeps me from worrying about what she could be chewing or getting into.
u/Skywaalk3r · 3 pointsr/chinchilla

Gates I use for anyone interested .. I’d recommend at least two, especially if you want to sit in the gate with your chinchilla(s).

u/hadria · 3 pointsr/RATS

We made an enclosure out of foamcore boards and duct tape...they get chewed eventually, sure...but it worked better than this:


Also, I got wire covers for everything like this:

For EVERYTHING...keeps the chewing down and keeps them from getting peed on. Also, every rat loves a buddy....

u/bubonis · 2 pointsr/ferrets

Set up a playpen instead. It's much cheaper and will give Rose more space to run around in. Find a piece of bare floor, set up the playpen, add food bowl, water bottle, litter box, something to sleep in, and a few toys and towels and she'll be quite happy. (TIP: If you've got carpeting, pick up a small sheet of linoleum or vinyl flooring from your local home improvement store and set that down first. It'll be a lot easier to clean up after litter box accidents.)

u/Ephemeral_Halcyon · 2 pointsr/ferrets

Just an FYI, anything rubber MUST be kept away from them. They WILL try to eat it and there's a good chance it will do big damage or possibly even cause death.

Also, they will hide in your furniture--including recliners. ALWAYS have eyes on your ferret before sitting down. Also before walking anywhere for that matter. If you haven't got eyes on your ferret, try to walk by gently shuffling your feet in case they jump out under you.

I also solved my free-roam and amount of playtime issue by attaching a play pen to his cage so that I could just leave the cage door open. I stuck flattened cardboard boxes above the door of the cage and between the playpen and cage where he would attempt to climb. He's got free roam of his big pen area at all times when I am home, including overnight. He's never had a potty accident with his one litterbox inside his cage, and he's got free access to his water and food.

u/TheRealBigBoyRight · 2 pointsr/ferret

Marshall Pet Products Pet Deluxe Play Pen, Small https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0013TT2SS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_esqlDb883PDS8

Marshall Ferret Small Animal Playpen Mat/Cover 11 18"-Panel, Colors Vary https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0009YHROE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_3rqlDb8BQNCG4


u can do the math to find out the approximate diameter of a circle, of course it can be made into squares or shapes with concavity. i cant remember if i got mine off amazon or 1800petsupplies but the latter does 30 percent off and free shipping on orders over $70 i think so i do my semiannual food and toy hauls through them

u/Aunty_Fascist · 1 pointr/chinchilla

We have this one, set it up around his cage door in the evening and let him come and go as he pleases for a few hours. It's big enough for me and my kid and a large cardboard rabbit maze to sit inside while our chin plays.

u/devecon · 1 pointr/RATS

Rats: "Look at all this new space we have! Now how do we get into that other space?"

This type of pen worked quite well with most of my rats.

u/skwaaats · 1 pointr/Rabbits

I have this one: http://www.amazon.com/Marshall-Pet-Products-Deluxe-Small/dp/B0013TT2SS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1425405935&sr=8-1&keywords=marshall+playpen

And you can add additional panels to it to make it larger: http://www.amazon.com/Marshall-Ferret-Animal-Playpen-Expansion/dp/B000YK9RT6/ref=pd_bxgy_petsupplies_img_z

It's 30-inches high which can be a little short if your rabbit is a jumper or an escape artist, but there are a lot of ways to modify it to prevent it.

Here's an image of how I currently have mine set up. I definitely recommend it.

u/octopusdixiecups · 1 pointr/ferrets

Get either the ferret nation 241 (?) or get a large playpen and a large piece of waterproofed canvas. I own both the big fancy cage and the playpen. In my opinion the playpen is pay more humane and allows them to feel more a part of the action. We keep ours in the corner of our living room.

I don't know why I've never seen anyone recommend a playpen before. Everyone always recommends the ferret nation cage, which is still excellent, but I feel like the playpen is more practical. It's huge and all of their stuff fits nicely. The canvas goes on the floor under the pen to keep any accident from leaking onto the hardwood floors.

I have this playpen

And I have this canvas mat . It comes in a ton of colors and works very well as a water resistant liner

u/tcorts · 1 pointr/ferrets

So, I use this thing in my living room. You can unattach the pieces and make a gate. I just attached one side to my wall, and stuff the other side behind a chair. It's 8 panels, each panel is 18" wide, so it should be plenty of width.