Treating wooden equipment with a preservative can help to protect it from the wear and tear from weather exposure. Unfortunately, many of the products available can be toxic to animals.
What can you line a rabbit hutch with? Quite a few things, actually. But before you do, there are some considerations to keep in mind. Like why you should line your hatch floor, for starters.
No one likes to think about their rabbit dying. Unfortunately, sudden rabbit death is common. Knowing some of the reasons can help to bring a sense of closure. And if you’re struggling with your pet’s death, there are resources that can help.
Should you build your own hutch from rabbit hutch plans? Or should you go pre-built? It’s easiest, of course, to buy a pre-made rabbit hutch. Home and Roost makes some of the highest quality hutches on the market today. But if you want to build your own rabbit hutch, we want to support you in that, too.
Before we answer that question, it’s important to understand the difference between a rabbit hutch and a rabbit run. A rabbit hutch is your rabbit’s “inside” living area. It’s where your rabbits will eat, sleep, and spend a lot of their “inside” time. A run is your rabbit’s outside exercise space. Ideally your hutch and run will connect, giving your rabbits all-day access to their outside exercise area.
If you have been successful in attracting lots of birds to your bird table, you will find it gets grubby pretty quickly and will need regular cleaning to keep it looking and smelling good and prevent the spread of diseases. Here’s our guide to keeping your bird table clean, hygienic and in top condition.