Confidence Pet 62” Rabbit Hutch / Chicken Coop
- Suitable for rabbits, ferrets, and guinea pigs
- Furniture-grade wood with waterproof antifungal finish
- Double-level hutch
- Built-in open run area
- heavy duty steel wire
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From the Confidence rabbit hutches on the market, this 62-inch model is best suited for owners with multiple pets. The vast size of the hutch has a large enough run area for more than one pet to play in. A ramp will let them move easily between both levels of the hutch.
This hutch is highly impressive for craftsmanship. All wooden edges have been meticulously sanded to highlight the smooth construction. The furniture-grade wood has been coated with an antifungal finish that is also waterproof. An additional waterproof element is the asphalt roof.
Double-level hutch for rabbits, ferrets, and guinea pigs
Furniture-grade wood with waterproof antifungal finish
heavy duty steel wire
Two lockable doors with wooden latches
Hinged open/close waterproof roof
0.8in solid backboard
Ramp from hutch to open run area
Pullout metal tray with wooden edges
Flat-packed and easy to assemble
Product dimensions: 62in x 24in x 29.5in
Bottom dimensions: 29.5in x 21in
Top dimensions: 33.5in x 24in
Wood thickness: 0.8in
Product weight: 41lbs
Let all of your small pets roam safely together in the vast space of this 62-inch rabbit hutch from Confidence.
Note: It is ultimately at your discretion to keep pets or animals in this unit at night, overnight, or in the open. Confidence Pet cannot guarantee the safety of your pets or animals due to the varying degrees of predators and inclement weather.
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Top Customer Reviews
For the price, this is a great hutch, and making the modifications I needed so they would work for our space, was extremely easy. It is plenty big for my Netherland Dwarf, as well as my full size does. Future modifications will be making a door on the pen front, so my full size does can each access their individual yards during the day, and I can confine them to the hutch at night.
I love being able to give them a safe and secure home, with enough space to play, and still be able to visit each other through the wire. I am extremely pleased with the overall aspect of this hutch, and my rabbits are happy and relaxed.
Assembly was easy.
Easy to modify. Purchased a poly-wall panel from Home Depot ($20). Cut it up to the right dimensions with a box cutter and use that as the bottom of the hutch for easier cleaning.
In a pinch, it held two bunnies with a divider in the middle when we had a rescue bunny in our home temporarily.
For a large bun, like a Flemish giant, I might recommend removing the tray altogether which leaves a high ceiling.
I would not trade the top-opening roof for anything. After trying various cages, crates, and an ex-pen, this is the easiest way to scoop up a bunny.
Have used the ramp both inside and at front door. Right now it's removed as bunny hops in and out on his own.
Cable ties made it easy to attach an ex pen
It probably would not be hard to modify the run to be standing up tall if you are short on space.
The wood is soft, so it does get chewed on. For me, it is worth it though.
I wish the entrance to the run had a door.
Also wish the left side had another door on the bottom. That side is hard to clean without removing the tray entirely, and that was the corner my bunny picked as a litter area.
Trying to train him now to use the house portion as a bathroom, with a litter box.
I like the type of hardware cloth that comes with the cage (versus black slats). When my other bunny is out, he can't stick his nose into the cage from outside and risk getting bitten.