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So we have put our deposit on a baby rabbit at a local breeder and bought a hutch from home bargains of all places:). They had a double 38" for £39.99 and a double 48" for £49.99. Seems like a good price for a very large hutch. It has a roof that lifts up for easier cleaning and a ladder that can join the bottom hutch to the top or you can shut the trap door and have it as 2 seperate hutches.
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1 Like #1
http://my.frooition.com/070231/images/15923.jpg

This is the 48" hutch:)
1 Like #2
Looks fantastic. You couldn't make one for that price.

Bunnies are masters of escape though...
#3
Johnnyboy
Looks fantastic. You couldn't make one for that price.

Bunnies are masters of escape though...


True, i have 4 weeks until our rabbit is old enough to come home to make the garden escape proof:-D
1 Like #4
Please post up a pic when you get the bunny.
#5
Mum2Connor&Cerys
Please post up a pic when you get the bunny.


deffinately. It was very cute a black and white lop. :-D
[helper]#6
good price but does it matter that it is not on legs and therefore not raised off the ground?
#7
LJM
good price but does it matter that it is not on legs and therefore not raised off the ground?


Not sure but the Lower deck floor panel is removeable so you can let your bunny be straight onto the grass whilst still secure
#8
badgerrules
Not sure but the Lower deck floor panel is removeable so you can let your bunny be straight onto the grass whilst still secure


Will dig,so won't be secure,so don't leave him at night etc
1 Like #9
Good price, best I've seen for a while.

As LJM says, lift it up off the ground, either fix your own legs on or use some bricks!
#10
Brilliant deal. Heat added!
#11
Why do they need to be off the ground?
#12
Good price. DO yourself a favour, get the double hutch and cut a hole in the 2nd panel and have a stairway up to 1st floor. Did this on mine and makes such a difference! Looks same as mine only difference is mine is on legs.

Note floor panels on both floors are removable for cleaning I guess.
1 Like #13
mikeyp
Good price. DO yourself a favour, get the double hutch and cut a hole in the 2nd panel and have a stairway up to 1st floor. Did this on mine and makes such a difference! Looks same as mine only difference is mine is on legs.

Note floor panels on both floors are removable for cleaning I guess.


It already has a trapdoor in the 2nd panel and comes with a ladder for the rabbit to go up and down, so you can have it as 2 seperate hutches or one large hutch.
#14
Thanks for all your posts boys and girls:-D
#15
rosieandjakesmam
It already has a trapdoor in the 2nd panel and comes with a ladder for the rabbit to go up and down, so you can have it as 2 seperate hutches or one large hutch.


Ah that is useful! Think its same manufacturer as mine although mine is worse for wear now!

http://www.mikey.prodigynet.co.uk/bunny1.JPG

They dont seem to complain!

http://www.mikey.prodigynet.co.uk/bunny.JPG
1 Like #16
it looks similar to mine, except I didn't get a bottom, wooden floor on mine (for the 'ground floor'), so I had to make do with an old wooden panel I had lying around. The roof is very sturdy, and the trap door at the back is a pretty neat idea.

If it's the same as mine, I'd say it's a good buy at that price :)
[Moderator]#17
Like the hutch, 4ft is about right for one rabbit. 6ft for two rabbits.
It should also be raised above the ground by about 6 inches.
Enjoy your new pet, rabbits are great fun :O)
1 Like #18
Johnnyboy
Looks fantastic. You couldn't make one for that price.


I did make one a couple of years ago - it cost about ten pounds more than that just for the materials. Voted hot.
[Moderator] 1 Like #19
Dylan Votes it hot :-D
http://a434.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/89/l_46db6d92dcfd9437daa6a7923cd87189.jpg
1 Like #20
Haha class pic!!! Makes a great door stopper too :p
#21
Hey I was in the Home Bargains near Croxeth Liverpool and they had loads of these hutches at the door,looked really good as you would pay alot more in pets at home etc. Wanted to buy a new bunny but husband would kill me Lol. Great find.
#22
tinman
Hey I was in the Home Bargains near Croxeth Liverpool and they had loads of these hutches at the door,looked really good as you would pay alot more in pets at home etc. Wanted to buy a new bunny but husband would kill me Lol. Great find.


Go for it, im sure he will forgive you. You just have to promise to clean it out:-D
#23
Better To Get One On Legs - Stops It Getting Damp And Rotten

Probably Best To Modify It....

Also, My Rabbit Chewed Through The Door Of Her Hutch! If I Bought A New One I Would Line The Door With A Piece Of Wood So At Least I Had Warning It Was Getting Chewed!!!

Oh! The Joyz.
1 Like #24
:thumbsup:

Crackin deal. I have a double Rabbit Shack one which cost about £80.

And yes "Starsky" loves to eat the wooden frame as well.

Legs are a must to keep them from rotting, damp and any other critters who come near...

Heat and rep added
#25
cantona and bagpuss would like this, although i may had to get some breeze blocks for them to go on.
#26
aargh, this would be perfect for Bunny, as she althoguh she is meant to be a Dwarf rabbit, you is bigger than an average cat. I remmber paying more thna that for a single 48'' 3 years ago. shame they're all in the midlands
#27
im gonna check caerphilly dinner time
#28
well we've just put it up and its lovely very sturdy ,lots of room and easy to put together :thumbsup:
#29
I reckon you should edit your title and post - there's no way rabbits should be kept in a 3 foot hutch, double-decker or not.

The 4 foot hutch looks pretty good, and is what you should be promoting.

By right rabbits should have constant access to a run area, so you really shouldn't use this kind of hutch as two separate hutches unless you need to keep one of them in isolation (after being neutered, for example).
#30
i got the 48" one from caerphilly just now, they are right at the end of the tills by the booze. a couple of bricks underneath to stop it getting damp and my bunnies will be loving it
#31
wotguvnotmeguv
I reckon you should edit your title and post - there's no way rabbits should be kept in a 3 foot hutch, double-decker or not.

The 4 foot hutch looks pretty good, and is what you should be promoting.

By right rabbits should have constant access to a run area, so you really shouldn't use this kind of hutch as two separate hutches unless you need to keep one of them in isolation (after being neutered, for example).


yeah we got the 4 foot one and will be using it as one big hutch,ours will also have run of the garden :thumbsup:
1 Like #32
Good, good. Now edit your original post. :)

And don't forget to fox-proof yer garden.
#33
http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk261/badgerrules/Mostrecent024.jpg

We got the 48" one and i put it up this morning.:)
1 Like #34
badgerrules
http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk261/badgerrules/Mostrecent024.jpg

We got the 48" one and i put it up this morning.:)

Looks great but hey i still wouldn`t get away with buying a new bunny. Had my last one till she was 9 i was gutted when she died sob:?
1 Like #35
Great post, thanks. Just picked the 48" one up.
1 Like #36
man2392
aargh, this would be perfect for Bunny, as she althoguh she is meant to be a Dwarf rabbit, you is bigger than an average cat. I remmber paying more thna that for a single 48'' 3 years ago. shame they're all in the midlands



yeah i know what you mean, i had a Dwarf lopeared Albino and he was about the same size as my cat!

Sadly my bunny is nolonger with us, but i would have got him this if he was!!

Heat and rep added
#37
dm575
Great post, thanks. Just picked the 48" one up.


we had fun fitting it in the car:-D
1 Like #38
LJM
good price but does it matter that it is not on legs and therefore not raised off the ground?


When we had out rabbit a couple of years ago - the hutch I built first had no legs.... & in the Autumn/Winter the amount of slugs I found in the poor rabbits food dish... well... it was... loads... &... bloody horrible... to say the least. I don't like slugs!!
I ended up building a hutch on 18" legs & stapling very rough sandpaper about half way up - this stopped the ******s!
#39
do you not keep your bunny in doors as my wife is wanting to get one?
#40
DWARF LOP EARED BUNNIES ARE MEANT TO BE KEPT INDOORS
any other bunnies are ok outside
except chocolate ones at easter yum yum

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