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Amazon Basics 8-Panel Plastic Pet Pen Cage Playpen

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Amazon Basics 8-Panel Plastic Pet Pen Cage Playpen


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8-Panel Modular Pet Pen

Keep pets safe and secure with this indoor/outdoor pet pen. Its eight interlocking panels can be configured to create the size and shape needed.

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Durable Design

The sturdy pet pen pairs heavy-duty molded plastic construction with dependable interlocking mechanisms for ultimate strength and stability.

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Secure Placement

Rubber padded feet ensure the enclosure stays put on bare floor surfaces such as hardwood, tile, or linoleum.

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Lockable Gate

The pen includes a hinged, lockable gate, which allows pet parents and pets easy entry and exit.

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