I have the folding version of the P@H rose run and I really like it as it's fairly easy to move around. There are similar things on amazon but a lot have doors at the side which I don't like (in case of accidental opening). Sorry I'm no help.
I have this one from Amazon, which I really like, although I've put screws in so it won't fold unless I take the screws out. Purely because its attached to my Wendy house so my bunnies have permenant access to it.
Midori we have the same one as you. It arrived a few days ago but when we unfolded it to put the screws in the hinge snapped clean off and a big bit of wood splintered off! I phoned yest and they said they'd send us another run Monday ( the lid is fine) . Anyway it's arrived this aft and looks good so hopefully will give the lads their first airing tomor. It seems huge! Do you peg yours down too?
The folding wooden one sleeping? I like it. I've put the lid on upside down, if that makes sense? As I've screwed one side down, then the other side just lifts up to open. It was very easy to put up and although it was slightly flimsy, a few extra screws made it much sturdier. I think for the money it's pretty decent. I'd certainly buy one again if I wanted one that size and had an amazon voucher!
gingerbics the wooden one I linked to above is just screwed to the Wendy house on my patio and I feel that means it sturdy enough not to be tipped up or anything. If it was on the grass and didn't need to be foxproof, I'd just leave it free standing. The all metal run 70 mentions above I do peg down as its quite light. I also used cable ties on it where the panels join to make it less flimsy.
Thanks Midori that's really helpful. They had their first outing today, they seemed so tiny in it. Looked a bit stunned and munched on grass then spent the next hr or do just huddled together not munching at all. Will try again Tomo I guess it'll take a bit of getting used to. Feels pretty sturdy but will peg it down I think, don't want to take any risks.
Aw , I hope they enjoyed their grass Gingerbics Did you give them a box or tunnel to hide in (even my lardy assed boars like to hide away) or a cover on the run to shade them.
It takes a while for them to suss that they are safe in a run, in their minds they are outside and outside means you could be somethings lunch.
(My young boar spent 99% of his first visit to the big run scheeching for his step dad, . He was 7 weeks old. He's a red eyed. He came from a Rescue so he was very dependant on our older boar. Every time GP1 was two steps away, he wheeked. GP1 ran back. It must've been hard work for both )
They will settle and explore. And they've got months of lovely grazing to look forward to.
Hi 70.yes they had a tunnel, a snuggle sack and a little bridge so plenty of hidey holes.one half of the run is sheltered and i made an additional 'sun screen' with a propped up plastic sledge on outside of run, thought they'd prefer that to tiny raybans!