Thursday, August 30, 2012
Size – It Definitely Matters
Rabbits need a lot of exercise in order to stay healthy. They aren't going to get that exercise in small hutches and/or cages. You might want to consider 6ft rabbit hutches that are built on top of 6 foot runs. This gives the rabbit a safe and secure hiding place above the ground but also allows it to have access to exercise and fresh grass at ground level. A 3 storey rabbit hutch might look like the ideal solution but these hutches often have limited space at ground level. You'll definitely want to consider an additional run or "bunny leash" for supervise playtime outside the hutch every day for your rabbit. The biggest rabbit hutch isn't always the best but you definitely want to have plenty of room where your rabbit can enjoy playing each and every day.
Weather can be problematic when it comes to even the most amazing rabbit hutches. That's one reason that Bespoke rabbit hutches are so popular. They are designed to weather whatever Mother Nature can throw at them. It's not just about the materials that are used to build the hutch however. It's also about the protection the hutch offers the rabbit from the weather too. Rabbits don't do well with extreme heat or extreme cold. They need appropriate shelter. For this reason alone it's also a good idea to invest in an appropriate weather hutch cover to protect your rabbit from wind, rain, and other potentially dangerous weather combinations.
Whether you build a rabbit hutch or buy rabbit hutches for your beloved pet it's always a good idea to make sure you're getting top-quality construction. Sturdy building materials are an absolute must when building rabbit hutches and runs. Otherwise it will be impossible to keep predators and the weather from undermining the defense system you've put into place. The best outdoor rabbit hutch is going to have just the right mix of all these things. You need a safe place to keep your family pet in the great outdoors. When you find the right combination of all these ingredients you'll have an excellent starting point for your rabbit hutches and/or runs. To learn more about building a rabbit hutch click here.
Thursday, August 23, 2012