|Small Pet Type||Rabbit, Guinea Pig||Rabbit, Guinea Pig||Rabbit||Rabbit, Guinea Pig||Rabbit, Guinea Pig|
|Features||Removable Pan, Waterproof, Outdoor||Waterproof, Outdoor||Removable Pan, Waterproof, Outdoor||Removable Pan, Waterproof, Outdoor||Removable Pan, Waterproof|
The product when I received it barely even got put together because none of the predetermined locations for the screws were precut,marked or even capable of taking the screw each one I put in cracked more and more as I went even when it was all said and done it wasn't level on the floor it shook the roof where it folds back to open the top had such weak henges too. The only good piece and the only piece I have left was the roof because of the sandpaper type of roof. Everything else I had to throw away because my rabbit shook in her cage everytime she was it.
I purchased this as a temporary home for a rabbit while we introduced him to our other rabbit. It was easy to put together and well built. Unfortunately the pull-out tray with a plastic liner and wood have begun to warp, making it difficult to take in and out. My rabbit has chewed some on the structure as well, but making sure he has toys to chew helped fix that problem. Unfortunately, our rabbits still don't get along and this hutch is not adequate for a full-time enclosure. It is very small and there isn't much room for the rabbit to move around. We added a stand-alone cage/play pen to the exterior so our bunny has space to stretch his legs.
Hutches are not suitable for domesticated pet rabbits. One, they are not big enough for the enrichment they need. Two, the wire bottom is so bad for their feet. And three, they are animals of prey. Please be responsable for your pet. They can't advocate for themselves.
Cage was great at first, kept it indoors in my daughters bedroom. Was easy to clean if you had the patience to jiggle the drawer out just right. Rabbits knocked water dish over once, must have seeped into wood and now the top shelf won’t stay up. No idea how this would even begin to hold up outdoors. Not happy with it at all
Purchased this hutch because I needed one quickly. However it lacks a wire floor over drawer so that the bunny isn't sitting/standing in his own waste. For how quickly we needed a hutch it works but I am already modifying it to better suit our needs. It is also very lightweight and the bottom door latch seems to be very loose to the point I haven't let the bunny to the bottom portion of this hutch. Most likely will replace it with a better designed one.
There is no wire in the top section so there is no way for waste to fall through. Poor design. Not noticed until we put it together so no sending it back. I have never seen a bunny cage without a tray with a wire covering.
First off, if you're looking for an indoor hutch, you might want to reconsider this one, because it doesn't have a floor, so if you have hardwood or carpet, it's going to be ruined. I just put a bunch of puppy pads down. I literally JUST got this today, and I'm already not loving it. It's 'okay' in the sense that it's sturdy and it's a house for my rabbit, but definitely NOT worth almost $200. One of the wooden slats on the inside was broken and split right out of the box, so I had to glue it back and a whole pack of screws was left out, but luckily my dad had some spares of the same size. The pull-out tray is wood with a plastic inlay, and the inlay had become completely detached and I had to glue that back as well. The tray is also not as big as it seems in the video, but maybe that's just me. Like I said, it's a safe and secure house for my bun, so I'm grateful. Just, be aware of what you're buying. It's coming from Germany, which means it'll be handled a lot, and with that tends to lead to the product getting banged up. I also feel like the instructions could be a little clearer and more in-depth, but again, maybe that's just me. I'd send it back, but after the 3 1/2 hours of putting it together, it's not worth it.
I’m really disappointed with this product. I bought 3 of these hutches, that I received today & started putting them together. The first one was okay; it had some pretty big chips but it wasn’t in too bad of shape. But the second one was a nightmare. The door to close off the ramp was broken off & the screws are missing. The piece inside that holds the dividing wall up was also broken. I’m going to have to buy wood to make the wall stay up. The second one was also much more unstable...the drilled holes to show you where to screw & put the wooden tabs didn’t line up very well. The inside trays have gaps that the first hutch didn’t. The final hutch’s pullout tray would not fit nor slide into the hutch on the one side. I had to unscrew everything and make new holes to create enough space to fit it...even then it doesn’t fit like it should. Overall, they are just poorly made and don’t meet Chewy’s normal amazing quality. I’ll just have to try to fix the problems and enforce the hutches as I’m in a bit of a pinch & need something now. But I would not recommend them to anyone & will just build my own hutches from now on.
This hutch is stylish but very flimsy. The hinges on the top bent right away. (We put new door hinges on it) The wood is weak and when constructing, it split in many places. This hutch will be a short term fix until we can build something stronger.
I think it was a lot smaller than what I thought it would be in the top layer is really small and don't have a lot of room