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PetSmart: Nature’s Miracle Port-A-Play Dog Pen ONLY $30 (Regularly $108)

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Play Time for Pooches!

Hop on over to PetSmart.com where they are offering up this Nature’s Miracle Port-A-Play Pen for just $30 (regularly $108.75)! This Play Pen is not eligible for any additional discounts, however it’s an awesome price as this same pen is selling for $82.68 on Amazon.

Making other purchases? Through May 29th you can score an additional 30% off any single item of your choice when you use the code WEEKEND30 at checkout (excludes Banfield Services and select items from brands listed at the bottom of this page).

They are also offering up to 70% select toys, apparel and more in their Memorial Day Clearance Event. Items are priced as low as ONLY 29¢! Note that in order to score the 70% off prices, you must select shipping (not in store pickup).

Prefer to shop in store? If you are a text subscriber OR a Pet Perks Rewards Member and receive emails from Petsmart, check your inbox for a coupon to use in store. The email will be coming from PetSmart@email-PetSmart.com and will have the subject line “4 DAYS ONLY 30% off a single item…your choice!

Choose free in-store pickup or score free shipping with any $49 order.

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Comments 22

  1. Proudmommaof6(7thOnTheWay)

    Dogs need room to run. This is cruel.

    • Jennifer

      My puppy sleeps in a crate at night. Better call the cops. 🙄 Some dogs feel safer in sheltered areas.

      • Workaholic

        Lol

      • Proudmommaof6(7thOnTheWay)

        That is so cruel! You try sleeping in a crate and see how you like it.

    • Kris

      How many rooms does your house have for 7 kids to run in?

      • Proudmommaof6(7thOnTheWay)

        My kids mostly hang out in the living room or kitchen if they are inside. We have a big living room and a big backyard(for the area) so my kids and the neighbors kids can be found in either place.

  2. Brie

    LOL why can’t dogs touch the grass at least? Might actually be a good product for babies?!

    • Proudmommaof6(7thOnTheWay)

      I would never put my kids in a cage like this!

    • Ellen

      Just flip it over. Lol. I wondered the same thing!!

  3. sherl

    I can use this for my little boys since we don’t have dogs 🙂 This will be perfect!!

    • Ellen

      Where I live is completely mosquito infested. This would be so much safer for little children to play in. I don’t think anyone is saying they would make them live in it!! And for dogs, it seems like it would be safe for them when like camping!! Calm down, these people aren’t making their kids/animals live in it. Goodness

      • Ellen

        Lol. Never mind. It’s not covered!! But it would keep them off the ground. It would be pointless around bugs.

    • coolrocks

      You need to relax and not be so judgemental … did your kids sleep in a crib? Isn’t that a form of a cage … so unless your kids slept in your bed your being a bit harsh.

      • Proudmommaof6(7thOnTheWay)

        A crib is not a cage. I would put my kids in there only after they fell asleep and take them out as soon as they woke up. Sleeping with babies in your own bed is a terrible idea. You could smother them.

    • Jennifer

      Proudmommaof6, I guess you don’t believe in pack n’ plays and freestanding play gates.

      • Proudmommaof6(7thOnTheWay)

        Never used those. I had no need. On the go I had a little mat(homemade) I used. At home a trundle bed worked when kids slept during the day. When I think pack and play I imagine kids hanging on the top and crying. I would never put my kids through that!

    • Emily

      How is this different than a pack and play?

  4. Brizz22

    We had this for my puppy! It was perfect for when he was little and I needed to get some stuff done around the house and couldn’t watch him closely. It gave him a play space and prevented him from wandering all over the house when I was busy and not playing with him. We used it for about 2-3 months until he was potty trained. 🙂 Highly recommend for small puppies.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Oh awesome! Thanks so much for sharing your experience! Glad to hear how well it worked for your puppy!

  5. isis

    If you can spare the money donate one to your local shelter. I help out and fosters can keep puppies and kittens in these while they grow big and strong.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      What a great idea! Thanks for the suggestion!

  6. Anthony Moore

    This is very cool!

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