WARE® Premium+™ Rabbit Run
This product is too small for a rabbit.
February 19, 2012
I really love this new hutch. We just adopted a bunny from someone who gave us her and her crate as well. I noticed she was always sleeping in her litter box and realized she wanted a non-grated space. I got this because it has the smooth surface in the nest box for her to get a break from the grates. She loves this hutch! She hops back and forth from "room to room" and seems so much happier. Plus she is up off the drafty floor and I put it in my family room so she can be with the family all the time. It looks like a beautiful piece of furniture!
I put it together all on my own and it was a breeze. I can't wait to use it outside in the Spring and get her the bunny run.
December 31, 2008
I like this run to go along with the premium hutch and very much like the freedom my 2 dwarf rabbits have.
I keep it inside and would very much like a carpet protector but I just got scraps of carpet for free from a carpet store that works very well.
The wood is quite soft so be careful if your bunny is a chewer! We ended up tying cloth to the bottom of the run so my naughty girls wont chew it!
This run has a classy look and my girls enjoy the freedom!
June 7, 2008
Ware Bunny hutch and run out pen
Both were rather easy to put together. When trying to attach the pen to the hutch, the ground needs to be perfectly flat to match up the latches to hold the two together. The latch is very poorly made and bends. Does not hold well. When putting your bunnies in the pen, the grass is eaten almost immed. then your bunnies are in dirt and mud when it rains. My bunnies dug a hole in the dirt and got out under the pen a few times. Pen needs a fence bottom up off the ground, so the bunnies can run around but not be on the ground. The hutch is made well but the grate falls out when the drawer is taken out. The drawer to catch the waste fills up quickly. The bunnies were outside so I left it out so that the droppings could fall on the ground. My bunnies found out quickly that they could lift up the grate and get out. It needs to be attached to the hutch. Good luck! With all the changes I made to this product, I might as well made my own housing.
December 2, 2007