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Outdoor Run with Mesh Cover
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- Pitched roof with quarter panels that fold open from above
- Roof solid on one side for additional shade or shelter
- Large wooden shelter with non-slip ramp at one end
- Metal latches to secure cover (included)
- Compatible with various Trixie rabbit hutches
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TRIXIE’s Outdoor Run with Mesh Cover is ideal for small animals such as rabbits and guinea pigs. The durable, powder-coated metal lattice, solid wood construction, and glazed pine finish mean this attractive outdoor run will endure years of use with very little maintenance. At one end is a large, wooden shelter for a cozy retreat from rain, sun and wind. If a view is in order, the non-slip ramp provides access to the top of it. The pitched roof is mesh on one side and solid on the other for added protection from the elements. Its quarter panels open from above for easy access and easy maintenance. Includes metal latches for added security. Compatible with various TRIXIE Rabbit Hutches. Dimensions: 94 x 46 x 31 inches. Weight: 88 lbs. Color: glazed pine. Quick and easy assembly. One year warranty. Note: Water bottle and bowl not included.
Style: Outdoor Run with Mesh Cover | Size: Extra Large
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I intend to use this to transition box-raised ducklings to my pond without feeding the local predators.
Construction is solid, given that it is designed to be lightweight, and there are some small details that the might have done without but didn't. For example, the hinges on the sides are inletted so they can fold flat, and all the joints are screwed together (the wire mesh is also screwed in place).
The run has three accesses. One is a removable door -the one in the photo with the cute lil' hearts- the second is a swinging wire mesh door with a bolt latch and the third is the removable top.
The 'heart' hardware on the side door won't stop a determined escape attempt and I will be replacing them with steel parts- they're kinda crappy anyway, the only sub-par component in the run.
The bolt latch on the mesh door will need a snap link, carabiner etc. to be secure, but that's no biggie.
The wood is stained but not sealed, so is safe (-ish) for rabbits, guinea pigs etc.; I'll be sealing it with polyurethane, deck seal etc. because I want it to be weatherproof and chewing isn't an issue with ducks.
The top can be installed with the hinges up so you can open either side (as designed) or hinges down so it folds as it opens. Where you install the top catch hardware is dependent on this. Incidentally, said hardware is mild steel with a glossy black finish. It's not spring steel, so it will bend easily and won't spring back.
Overall, I think it fits the bill (so to speak...duck joke). I wanted a movable duck run for temporary use during the spring season that I could stow away and re-use year after year. For a hunnert dollars I'm happy.
The top doors also have a latch that you're supposed to screw on, but it serves no purpose. It doesn't connect to anything or hold the doors secure. The directions that came with were three little sentences and some pictures.
To be fair, it makes a nice outdoor pen for one or two rabbits as long as there's somebody supervising. My plan is to buy some hardware to permanently attach the removeable door and to buy some slide latches or locks to secure the top doors. I'll also get some stakes to stake it down so a stray dog can't charge the rabbit successfully. Again, for the price it seems flimsy, like it won't last more than a few months to a year if you're going to take it out and in everyday to give your rabbit some stimulation.
Assembly was pretty easy. Hint: Lay out all the panels in correct order first, because they are not labeled.
So far very sturdy. We have 3 dogs and a very tenacious mini doxie and she can't get to them.
I would recommend this cage/run
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easy to put together
I used it for my tortoise.