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TRIXIE Pet Products Rabbit Hutch with Outdoor Run, X-Small
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- 2 story hutch with upper retreat area divided by sliding door
- Attached run opens from above for easy access
- Hinged roof with locking arm opens on one side
- Non slip ramp and hatch door to restrict access between levels
- Pull out plastic tray for quick and easy cleaning
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|Item Dimensions||20.75 x 61 x 27.5 in||21 x 58 x 34 in||20 x 36 x 30 in||20.5 x 61 x 26.8 in||25 x 48 x 36 in||30 x 58 x 33 in|
|Item Weight||—||44 lbs||29.5 lbs||28.7 lbs||33 lbs||44 lbs|
Trixie's Rabbit Hutch with Outdoor Run is ideal for single and smaller breed rabbits, as well as guinea pigs. The two-story design has a retreat area on the upper level. It has both a hatch and sliding door to give owners the option to restrict access as needed. The non-slip ramp allows your pets to roam inside and outside, upstairs and downstairs, in the sun or in the shade for ideal comfort. The run opens from above and is easily attached/removed using metal hooks. The hinged roof with locking arm opens on one side. For easy maintenance, we've included a pull-out plastic tray and a hinged roof with locking arm that can be opened on one side. Solid wood construction, glazed pine finish and our finest materials mean this hutch will endure years of use with very little maintenance. Quick and easy assembly. One year warranty. Color: glazed pine. Dimensions (Inch): 61 x 21 x 28; hutch 30 x 21 x 28; run 31 x 21 x 23; mesh door 13 x 9; wood door 10 x 9; run opening 27 x 19; mesh gauge 0.12 x 0.07; mesh spacing 0.5. Mesh coating: powder-coated metal lattice. Weight: 42 lbs. Note: Water bottle and bowl not included.
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Other reviewers are right, that YES, there are a crap-ton of screws. But that's it. The panels and roof and all sections have pre-drilled holes, so you just screw it together. The screws are on a numbered card, and there is a detailed diagram that shows where they go. We could not quite figure out if the roof hinges were supposed to go on the inside edge of the condo unit, or outside (pretty sure now the answer is outside, but we have one of each). DEFINITELY get a power screwdriver, or you will probably hurt yourself (or go crazy). It's a two-person job, even if all the other person does is drink wine, hand out the screws, and hold the sections in place while the other person (Kent The Handyman) uses the power screwdriver.
So how did the torts like it? In the initial testing, I found that Derp the Destroyer CAN be tempted with treats to climb UP the ramp. She needed a little help placing her feet to get back down. Derp is 4 years old, my largest and most aggressive tort. At 8 1/2 in. long and almost 2 lbs. she was climbing over and tearing down the 8 1/2 in. bamboo landscape fencing in my tropical outdoor gardens. This Trixie unit feels sturdy enough and is heavy enough to hold her in, yet still light enough for me to pick it up and it move by myself. Derp is 5 in. wide, 4 1/2 in. tall, and can easily fit through the door with several inches to spare. She also roams around easily, with several inches of clearance in the space under the condo unit. If you have a young Redfoot, or Brazilian "Cherryhead" variety of Redfoot that stays smaller than 12 in., this unit should provide good housing for a long time.
I plan to fill the tray in the condo unit with a Redfoot appropriate mix of sand/soil, spaghnum moss and cypress mulch so the torts will have a more humid burrowing area if they choose to climb the ramp. I plan to keep the food and water down on the ground, and place some flowerpots and a log hide under the condo unit, so even if they never climb up the ramp, they will have safe hiding places out of the elements. NOTE MODIFICATION: We attached a strip of Red Oak 4 in. trim board ($4.50 for a 4 ft. piece at Home Depot) with finishing nails along the side of the ramp that was not next to the screened wall to keep the torts from falling off (or more likely being pushed off by Derp).
This unit is very attractive for an indoor setting. I plan to coat mine with Thompson's Water Seal and put it outdoors full time, where it will take the tropical heat and rain common to South Florida. In a few months I will update this post with how the unit is holding up, and how the torts are handling it. Stay tuned....
The only problem we have had is that our bunny loves to chew on the soft wood this is made from. He has already chewed the support beams that hold the second level metal tray in place. I had to reinforce the beams with some scrap wood. So far, so good.
Overall, we are quite happy with this house. And the bunny is too.