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Sharples Grant Small Animal Hutch N Run Apex Small
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Sharples & Grant Small Animal Hutch N Run Apex Small
Product Code: 57303
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DescriptionThis Sharples and Grant high quality Fir Small Animal Hutch N Run Apex Small has easy access to the internal compartment or the run, this shelter has a darker wood than others on the market making it look classy as well as being of great quality. This product is durable, strong and sturdy and would provide the perfect home for any prize pet. Dimensions: W100 x D62 x H52cm (39.25x24.5x20.5”)
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
Lovely Little tent for the guinea pigs posted on 26/09/2012 by Kirsty
Great little run wanted a small one to fit on a bit of a hill without leaving gaps for the piggies to escape through Does the job just fine and so easy to put together that even a man could do it lol
great posted on 18/11/2011 by allycatraz
great hutch easy to assemble small and compact great
Good run - needs adaptation posted on 04/05/2015 by Shona
Great size, good quality and very easy to put together; I bought 2 for our school guinea pigs. However, if your small animals are even a little bit difficult to catch, it is all too easy for them to escape through the wooden door which has no lip. To catch them if they are even a little bit jumpy, you either need to get them into the run section and block off access to the "hutch" section, as it is less easy for them to jump out of the run section or, as I did, cut a piece of hardboard 34.5 x 27cm and slide it into the lower section of the all wooden door area. I put 2 screws in on one side to act as a channel to hold it in. I can now reach in and pick them up without the chance of them escaping, which they so very nearly did.