The Rabbit House is an elegantly designed Rabbit Haven with central run to provide easy access for your rabbit. Perfect to house your beloved rabbits and adding a very nice piece of outdoor architecture to your backyard. This is a larger than average rabbit house with an arch timber design and is usually made, here in Dorset, out of curved joinery-type Swedish wood. The house has been put together using solid timbers, the floor is plywood, the roof is aluminium and the walls are plaster. The rabbit runs are made in the shape of a loop with one end joining at the bottom to form the run.
If you’re considering rabbit farming in the future this could be a fantastic option to look at. It provides an area for your rabbit’s daily exercise and also a place to retreat to when the rabbit’s not being tended to. If you have small children then it can give them a safe haven to play where they can safely explore. These types of rabbit house will often have space for a rabbit to run and the result will be a happier pet and more relaxed rabbit.
There are some cheaper alternatives to these more expensive and larger rabbit housing options which are available to purchase in your local hardware or nursery stores. Suspended cages are an alternative to rabbit hutches and provide smaller rabbit housing options which are ideal for a low cost option. These often come with a wooden tray that the rabbit can sit on but can sometimes come with a wire mesh floor. These are often suspended from a hook in the side, which can be closed off for access to the rabbit.
Suspended cages allow domestic rabbits to be contained in an easy to clean wire mesh floor and also give the rabbit somewhere comfortable to rest. In addition to providing a rabbit housing area, many suppliers also stock other accessories that can make your rabbit’s life a little more comfortable. These could include hay, which is essential for keeping the rabbit’s digestive system healthy. Providing fresh hay at least once a day will also help to prevent hairballs.
Other accessories that can help you keep your rabbits healthy and happy while allowing them to freely roam around your home include toys and food. The latter can be provided by domestic rabbit farmers and suppliers and is generally inexpensive. Toys for your rabbits can range from simple balls to soft wooden bones, rabbit chew toys and even ferret treats. The latter should be very small and made of small, plastic bristles so as to avoid any choking hazards. Some people also enjoy giving their pets tennis balls or small swings.
The important thing is that you provide the rabbit housing and other accessories that your animals require. If you provide them with the basic necessities you’ll find that they’re happier and healthier. Moreover, it will be easier to care for them if you have the right amounts of both toys and hay. If you’d like to learn more about proper rabbit housing, why not visit a local supplier? You may also find some great deals on rabbit supplies while exploring your local pet store!