Where People & Piggies Thrive

Newbie or Guinea Guru? Popcorn in!

Register for free to enjoy the full benefits.
Find out more about the NEW, drastically improved site and forum!

Register

Hallway using coroplast?

S

SamFuzzMom

Guest
Hallway using coroplast?

I have a hallway that is about 4x30 feet. I wanted to know if anyone has made a hallway into a floor time playpen? I think I might do it!
Any suggestions?
 
Re: Hallway using coroplast?

Hallways make great floortime areas. I get an old sheet (or two or more if you have a longer hallway), lay it down, throw a bunch of sheets of newspaper on top for them to run through and hide in. I close off the hallway with a few grids linked together with cable ties. Insert pigs, a water bottle on the grids, a couple of hidey houses, food, and they are good for a few hours easy! When done, toss the newspapers, shake out the sheet and wash! Great fun. I have photos that I'll try to put up sometime soon.

Forget using Coroplast for it, though. Too permanent, you have to cover it with something anyway, they can't run on the plastic. Too cumbersome to deal with for floor time.
 
Re: Hallway using coroplast?

The walk-in closet which was the home to our 17 piggies is now empty since the cavies live outdoors, so we use this closet to bring them indoors sometimes to run around in. The walk-in closet also has a window....
 
Re: Hallway using coroplast?

Also, we just lay down a bunch of newspapers, and let all of the cavies play together. We are very careful not to let the males fight or mate with the females. They also get to play in the garden on Sundays. They have a ball!
 
Re: Hallway using coroplast?

Small Pet pens seem to be too small.
 
Status
This thread has been closed due to inactivity. You can create a new thread to discuss this topic.

Similar threads

B
Replies
12
Views
228
ItsaZoo
C
Replies
1
Views
532
4boipigs
4boipigs
C
Replies
3
Views
873
davemarks
D
Top