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Deluxe Wood Large Hutch 2-Tier House Metal Wire 2 Doors 215 x 63 x 100cm £93.49 delivered @ eBay / 2011homcom
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Deluxe Wood Large Hutch 2-Tier House Metal Wire 2 Doors 215 x 63 x 100cm £93.49 delivered @ eBay / 2011homcom

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Posted 1st Apr

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  • Give your small pet only the best with this deluxe rabbit hutch from PawHut. Over two levels, it features a spacious living room on the top and a wide and long run area on the bottom, with a ramp connecting the two together for them to move in and out safely. Using fir wood for a strong frame, with a water-resistant top coat to handle mild-weather damage, it is made with two locking doors and a pull-out tray for easy access to clean and replace food and bedding. Wire fencing surrounds the run to protect your rabbit from any predators, and it is finished with a tilted roof with asphalt to prevent water from seeping inside.


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  • • Solid fir wood crafted into a deluxe two-tier design, made of a top house and a large bottom run area
    • Weather-resistant paint top coat for protection against mild weather damage
    • Easy to access to clean and refill food and water etc., thanks to the two lockable doors and sliding pull-out tray
    • Tilted roof, covered in asphalt, prevents water building up and stops is leaking through
    • Wire mesh fencing surrounding the run, keeps animals out and allows fresh air to flow through to keep your pet healthy
    • Perfect for rabbits, guinea pigs and other smaller animals
    • Assembly required

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Just so everyone is aware rabbits should have access to a garden 24/7. A hutch is just somewhere for a rabbit to sleep for warmth, to have some food and drink just like a dogs kennel. A rabbit is a good sized animal, you wouldn’t put a cat in a hutch and a cat is the same size. The minimum sized hutch should also have 2-3 floors and be 6 foot in every direction (minimum see RSPCA). Rabbit sanctuary’s use SHEDS with purpose built areas/floors within, they do not use hutches. Bigger is better! P.s. Pets at Home hutches are a joke!!!
Edited by: "thewolf8u" 1st Apr
sandstone101/04/2020 17:47

What about kids? For an isolation break


Worked until they were old enough to kick the door in... Err... I mean, no idea.
Absolutely tiny hutch. This isn't enough space for 1 rabbit. I learnt this the hard way. Bought a hutch similar to this and then realised it's awful keeping them in it and immediately bought a huge run so they can run around a large part of the garden and they have a converted wendy house as their nighttime hutch or when the weather is really wet. (In winter they live inside the house though as it's too cold).

Also that chicken wire isn't fox proof.

Here's the old hutch vs their new one. I have 2 rabbits and they're a small breed also.
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Please look for something much bigger if you want to keep rabbits.
Edited by: "benfisher1991" 1st Apr
Too small for rabbits!!!!
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Look nice, is it fox proof? As I seen on youtube some fox can rip through mash wire.
Good offer
WOW. Wish they were available in the 1970's. RED HOT.
Super.Noob01/04/2020 17:08

Look nice, is it fox proof? As I seen on youtube some fox can rip through …Look nice, is it fox proof? As I seen on youtube some fox can rip through mash wire.


What about kids? For an isolation break
Looking at the overall size of the hutch/mansion those rabbits must be enormous. Not sure if they need multi story accommodation but might be suitable for self isolation?
For bunnies with money.
sandstone101/04/2020 17:47

What about kids? For an isolation break


Worked until they were old enough to kick the door in... Err... I mean, no idea.
Sunday dinner production line.
Nice.
Too small for rabbits!!!!
Super.Noob01/04/2020 17:08

Look nice, is it fox proof? As I seen on youtube some fox can rip through …Look nice, is it fox proof? As I seen on youtube some fox can rip through mash wire.


Probably not, but with the correct amount of pressure you can create lead poisoning. I’m sure it is 2200psi. In the .243 Calibre.
Edited by: "geordie.lee" 1st Apr
Great ideal for keeping the girlfriend in when she gets on my nerves in isolation.
Super.Noob01/04/2020 17:08

Look nice, is it fox proof? As I seen on youtube some fox can rip through …Look nice, is it fox proof? As I seen on youtube some fox can rip through mash wire.


I had chickens in a coop very similar.
We had a local fox.

We no longer have chickens!
el_cheapo01/04/2020 17:53

Looking at the overall size of the hutch/mansion those rabbits must be …Looking at the overall size of the hutch/mansion those rabbits must be enormous. Not sure if they need multi story accommodation but might be suitable for self isolation?


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Omg this looks amazing!
Just so everyone is aware rabbits should have access to a garden 24/7. A hutch is just somewhere for a rabbit to sleep for warmth, to have some food and drink just like a dogs kennel. A rabbit is a good sized animal, you wouldn’t put a cat in a hutch and a cat is the same size. The minimum sized hutch should also have 2-3 floors and be 6 foot in every direction (minimum see RSPCA). Rabbit sanctuary’s use SHEDS with purpose built areas/floors within, they do not use hutches. Bigger is better! P.s. Pets at Home hutches are a joke!!!
Edited by: "thewolf8u" 1st Apr
What’s the point in the two external parts on either side? I fear that certain irresponsible idiots might think it’s a “run”, and not bothering to do any research, stick it in a pokey garden and never let them out.
Absolutely tiny hutch. This isn't enough space for 1 rabbit. I learnt this the hard way. Bought a hutch similar to this and then realised it's awful keeping them in it and immediately bought a huge run so they can run around a large part of the garden and they have a converted wendy house as their nighttime hutch or when the weather is really wet. (In winter they live inside the house though as it's too cold).

Also that chicken wire isn't fox proof.

Here's the old hutch vs their new one. I have 2 rabbits and they're a small breed also.
40254311-DkPfw.jpg
Please look for something much bigger if you want to keep rabbits.
Edited by: "benfisher1991" 1st Apr
thewolf8u01/04/2020 20:20

Just so everyone is aware rabbits should have access to a garden 24/7. A …Just so everyone is aware rabbits should have access to a garden 24/7. A hutch is just somewhere for a rabbit to sleep for warmth, to have some food and drink just like a dogs kennel. A rabbit is a good sized animal, you wouldn’t put a cat in a hutch and a cat is the same size. The minimum sized hutch should also have 2-3 floors and be 6 foot in every direction (minimum see RSPCA). Rabbit sanctuary’s use SHEDS with purpose built areas/floors within, they do not use hutches. Bigger is better! P.s. Pets at Home hutches are a joke!!!


Exactly! The fact that most rabbit owners will get a tiny hutch from pets at home and have it house a rabbit for 99 percent of its life stuck in there.
So it this any good for the mother in law? She’s 4’9” for reference
this deal takes me right back to Starsky and Hutch
thewolf8u01/04/2020 20:20

Just so everyone is aware rabbits should have access to a garden 24/7. A …Just so everyone is aware rabbits should have access to a garden 24/7. A hutch is just somewhere for a rabbit to sleep for warmth, to have some food and drink just like a dogs kennel. A rabbit is a good sized animal, you wouldn’t put a cat in a hutch and a cat is the same size. The minimum sized hutch should also have 2-3 floors and be 6 foot in every direction (minimum see RSPCA). Rabbit sanctuary’s use SHEDS with purpose built areas/floors within, they do not use hutches. Bigger is better! P.s. Pets at Home hutches are a joke!!!


Aren't most people buying this to intensively rear rabbits to eat now the world is ending?
benfisher199101/04/2020 20:30

Absolutely tiny hutch. This isn't enough space for 1 rabbit. I learnt …Absolutely tiny hutch. This isn't enough space for 1 rabbit. I learnt this the hard way. Bought a hutch similar to this and then realised it's awful keeping them in it and immediately bought a huge run so they can run around a large part of the garden and they have a converted wendy house as their nighttime hutch or when the weather is really wet. (In winter they live inside the house though as it's too cold). Also that chicken wire isn't fox proof. Here's the old hutch vs their new one. I have 2 rabbits and they're a small breed also.[Image] Please look for something much bigger if you want to keep rabbits.


Rabbits on the right, children on the left, living the dream.


neomayemer01/04/2020 20:57

Aren't most people buying this to intensively rear rabbits to eat now the …Aren't most people buying this to intensively rear rabbits to eat now the world is ending?


As long as they do I’m fine with that
These look good in the pictures but are rubbish quality.
My daughter had this for her rabbit and it is not fox-proof as it is flimsy.You will need to peg it down as it is unstable and will blow over as we discovered to our cost
It's not as big as it looks
thewolf8u01/04/2020 20:20

Just so everyone is aware rabbits should have access to a garden 24/7. A …Just so everyone is aware rabbits should have access to a garden 24/7. A hutch is just somewhere for a rabbit to sleep for warmth, to have some food and drink just like a dogs kennel. A rabbit is a good sized animal, you wouldn’t put a cat in a hutch and a cat is the same size. The minimum sized hutch should also have 2-3 floors and be 6 foot in every direction (minimum see RSPCA). Rabbit sanctuary’s use SHEDS with purpose built areas/floors within, they do not use hutches. Bigger is better! P.s. Pets at Home hutches are a joke!!!


Blimey, your rabbits lived in a bigger hutch than my house!
Serious question, how are you all keeping fox's out ?
Rabbits and other rodents somehow always smell of wee.
PIPS01/04/2020 21:21

Serious question, how are you all keeping fox's out ?


I keep the fox in the hutch and let the rabbit have the run of the garden
kkk144101/04/2020 21:15

Blimey, your rabbits lived in a bigger hutch than my house!


You can leave your house and explore something the size of planet earth.... a pet rabbits world should be as a minimum your garden.
Edited by: "thewolf8u" 1st Apr
thewolf8u01/04/2020 21:38

You can leave your house and explore something the size of planet …You can leave your house and explore something the size of planet earth.... a pet rabbits world should be as a minimum your garden.


Not at the moment we can't
Please only have two rabbits in here. That picture is misleading.
These are made to look bigger than they are. Absolutely awful hutches. Barely big enough for a hamster let alone 2 rabbits. Like mentioned rabbits should have access to a large run connected to a big hutch or playhouse/shed. These are my 2 currently sat in their run that's attached to a playhouse. Who also get access to the garden. This and more is what you want to be aiming for when having pet rabbits.
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HenryLand01/04/2020 22:01

Please only have two rabbits in here. That picture is misleading.


Don’t have any rabbits in there! It’s beyond cruel!!
Hi
Can anyone help me, I'm new to the rabbits family, how do I litter train them they keep "doing it" all over my house dry and wet! Any experience or tips would be hugely appreciated!

Also how do you make them to like you and not run away when you try to touch them.

Many thanks indeed
Battery conditions that is. No room to run and not much to periscope. Rabbits are supposed to run and stretch their legs. They can get up to 30mph. Not much chance of that in there.
bokertov02/04/2020 01:01

HiCan anyone help me, I'm new to the rabbits family, how do I litter train …HiCan anyone help me, I'm new to the rabbits family, how do I litter train them they keep "doing it" all over my house dry and wet! Any experience or tips would be hugely appreciated!Also how do you make them to like you and not run away when you try to touch them.Many thanks indeed


Look on YouTube. Lennon the bunny and her owner teach you all you need to know. Rabbits are instinctively scared of humans. Ours took a year to gain our trust. Give it time
Edited by: "BORIS397" 2nd Apr
Super.Noob01/04/2020 17:08

Look nice, is it fox proof? As I seen on youtube some fox can rip through …Look nice, is it fox proof? As I seen on youtube some fox can rip through mash wire.


Too small and no
bokertov02/04/2020 01:01

HiCan anyone help me, I'm new to the rabbits family, how do I litter train …HiCan anyone help me, I'm new to the rabbits family, how do I litter train them they keep "doing it" all over my house dry and wet! Any experience or tips would be hugely appreciated!Also how do you make them to like you and not run away when you try to touch them.Many thanks indeed



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