Animal Scene - - FINS, FEATHERS, AND FUR -

What type of pen is ideal for your needs? Look­ing at the dif­fer­ent ma­te­ri­als pet pens are made of can be use­ful.

1. Hard plas­tic

Pros: Eco­nom­i­cal, light­weight, and easy to clean; they come in var­i­ous de­signs. Cons: Most, if not all, hard plas­tic de­signs are not durable and tend to be brit­tle when ex­posed to sun­light. Best used in­doors or in cov­ered ar­eas.

2. Painted me­tal

Pros: Durable and eco­nom­i­cal. Cons: Heav­ier than plas­tic. They are prone to rust and reg­u­lar re­paint­ing is ad­vis­able. Lim­ited de­signs.

3. Wood

Pros: Has a nat­u­ral look; de­signs are quite sturdy. Cons: Most an­i­mals tend to chew on the wood. Not prac­ti­cal for out­door use dur­ing the rainy sea­son as they tend to rot.

Com­mer­cial pet pens found in the mar­ket

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