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Timber Rabbit Hutches

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q. What type of timber are your rabbit hutches made out of? I want to know if the timber can be dangerous to rabbits if they are biting and eating this?

A. All our hutches and virtually all hutches imported from China are made from Fir timber which is plentiful in China. We have been selling these same hutche...

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q. What type of timber are your rabbit hutches made out of? I want to know if the timber can be dangerous to rabbits if they are biting and eating this?

A. All our hutches and virtually all hutches imported from China are made from Fir timber which is plentiful in China. We have been selling these same hutches from the same supplier for over 10 years and have never had anyone report any issue in this regard. In saying this if you do notice your rabbit eating the timber it's best to take some measures to prevent this from continuing just to be on the safe side.

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Timber Rabbit Hutches There are 17 products.

Timber Rabbit Hutches for Sale. For other types of hutches like metal and Indoor hutches click the above link "Small Animal Hutches"

The EP Range of hutches is our very own brand and offers especially good quality and value.

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Timber Rabbit Hutches for Sale. For other types of hutches like metal and Indoor hutches click the above link "Small Animal Hutches"

The EP Range of hutches is our very own brand and offers especially good quality and value.

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Showing 1 - 17 of 17 items

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q. What type of timber are your rabbit hutches made out of? I want to know if the timber can be dangerous to rabbits if they are biting and eating this?

A. All our hutches and virtually all hutches imported from China are made from Fir timber which is plentiful in China. We have been selling these same hutches from the same supplier for over 10 years and have never had anyone report any issue in this regard. In saying this if you do notice your rabbit eating the timber it's best to take some measures to prevent this from continuing just to be on the safe side.