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I generally let my buns play outside (in my backyard) for about 4 hours each day when the weather's good, but they chew the fake turf and are so difficult to coax back in, even with treats & pellets. So I decided to set up a smaller exercise area on the front lawn, and being a tight-budgeted student, all the materials came from garage sales or dollar shops.
An old sheet is used to provide them with some shade, and I can keep an eye on them all the time.
I know it's rather simple, what do you guys think?
Any advice & suggestions are warmly welcomed!
Posted By Sarita on 11/12/2012 06:00 AM
That does not look very secure to me. Also how exposed is your front yard? That would be a concern for me as well.
That might work for now but maybe you couls look at some garage sales that have a dog pen maybe?? I use a playpen but its in my room.....Then you could take some of the material your using now and make a top that will still provide alot of air flow, plus a sheet for shade