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Are you about ready to bring your very own brand new rabbit home with you and you want to buy your bunny one of our rabbit cages or rabbit hutches for him or her to live happy and healthy in ??

The first thing that you are going to need to think about is size. Typically, you'll find that the bigger rabbit cages is, the better. When you are dealing with the smaller breeds of rabbit, look for a cage that is roughly 24 x 36 inches. With a larger rabbit, one that tops 8 pounds or more, look for one that is at least 30 x 36 inches. To get the most space, consider a two story cage.You should learn what kinds of rabbit cages and hutches are available in order to choose just the right one for you and your new bunny. There are various types of rabbit cages and hutches. But they all need to be clean in order to take the best care possible of your new bunny.

Also consider the designs of the rabbit cages or hutches. Because most rabbits can be litter trained, a solid floor is possible. A wire floor can chafe your rabbits feet and cause them to be sore, though if a wire cage is your only option, make sure that you put down something like a piece of flat wood or a grass mat to protect your rabbit's hocks.

The size of the door should be large enough for you to get the rabbit out easily. It should also give you easy access to the litter pan and the litter pan should lift out entirely. A side door will let you get larger rabbits out easier, though for speed, a cage that opens at the side and along the bottom might be ideal. Make sure that the edges of the door are smooth and without raw wire.

When it comes to bedding down a rabbit, there are many options available to you. Sisal mats are great for offering a cozy location. You can add carpets, towels, a fleece blanket or fabric scraps to add extra comfort to the cage. Since evergreen aromatic oil are harmful to the liver and lungs of a rabbit, do not use cedar or pine shavings. Rather you should use straw or hay, since it is healthier for the bunny.

When you want to make sure that your rabbit stays healthy, remember that regular cage cleaning is a necessity. Start by removing any cloth or loose bedding, and then take out the food bowl and the water bottle. You can then spray the cage with a mixture of hot water and vinegar, which will not be harsh on your rabbit when you put it back in. Pay special attention to the area where the litter box is.

When the hutch is completely dry, line it with several layers of newspapers, while adding a few extra layers in the litter tray area. You can add kitty litter to achieve extra absorbency. Some rabbits may make a mess with it, yet others do quite well. You can observe your rabbit to see how well your rabbit reacts to the litter.

Whether you decide to use straw, shredded newspaper or fabric scraps, you can add the bedding material now. You might choose to use shredded newspaper in the open area, while placing straw in the enclosed shelter area. After you finish doing all this, you can refill the water bottle and the food dish and return your rabbit to its cozy cage.

When you want a bunny home that will keep your bunny happy and healthy, this is all you really need to know to choose an ideal cage for your rabbit and keep it nice and clean!

 

 

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