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These are only simple setups. If you search online, you can find more complex setups available. Nevertheless, for a beginner or someone on a tight budget, these are excellent choices.

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KENNEL
OPTION 1

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X-PEN

Budget Friendly - minimum of 38”

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Higher End / Budget Friendly

Recommend 40”, this option is great for easy cleaning and is expandable

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Now these we suggest also doing a free roam, or attaching an xpen to expand the area for play time and exercise/ enrichment.

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We recommend the 42-48” Kennel to allow room to have all the necessities (Litter box, toys, and lay out time). We also add shelves to allow the bunny a place to sleep and hop up on in the wasted height space.

KENNEL
OPTION 2

LITTER BOX

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If your bunny is having trouble peeing over the side of the litter box, we get the high wall litter box. (Size Large)

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If your bunny is fine with a normal litter box these are another great option. (Size Large)

You can also purchase from Dollar Tree!

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We purchase all of our litter in bulk to cut costs, but also keep the urine smell down with 25+ bunnies at a time. We do like this litter for how much it absorbs and makes the litter box easy to clean.

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Eco Flake Pine Shavings - We ensure to get the soft and fine shavings which ensure that it breaks down and is super soft and flakey and comfortable for the bunnies

LITTER

WATER BOWL

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This is an easy clean, and attaches to the enclosure to make sure that they dont knock the bowl over.

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You want to get your bunny a water system that gives them at least 20oz. This will give them around 8hrs of water per day, especially on warmer days.You just want to make sure that while you are not home, they do not run out of water.

TOYS

You want to ensure the bunnies always have enrichment and fun things to chew on to avoid them being board/destructive.

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Willow Toys

Balls or sometimes in other forms.

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Apple Sticks

Good for the chewers

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Baby Cups

Or really anything they can fling

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Timothy Mats

Good for the Chewer/Digger

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LARGE Ball

They come with a bell inside

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Baby Toys/Rattles

Most bunnies love to toss things

Bale of Hay

HAY

Now this one is ALL dependent on your bunny, as well as you. 

Some bunnies like timothy hay over orchard grass, and vice versa. Some humans do have an allergy to the higher dust content in Timothy Hay, so if you do feel the sniffles or allergies, it may be from the timothy hay dust. 

 

I recommend High Desert Hay, Small Pet Select, or Sherwood Pet Health for the higher end hays that bunnies seem to love.

 

For a more budget friendly option, Oxbow is a great option.

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KIBBLE

For kibble, you want to ensure to get a kibble that is timothy pellets ONLY. You do not want to get any kibble that has seeds (can cause digestive damage), yogurt drops, or any treats. Many of those types of kibbles just add weight to your bunny, and are pure sugar treats that do not help the bunny nutrition long term. 

 

The Budget Friendly Brand that I love is Modesto Feed Mill, this you can get at local stores such as Hacienda Hay & Feed, Stones Pet Shop, or Raw Connection/Healthy Spot. Many others have it as well. 

Another great option is Oxbow adult pellets for bunnies over the age of 6 months.

 

For higher end bunny food, I highly recommend Sherwood Pet Health. Their kibble is rich in nutrients. 

 

*REMINDER: Your bunny only needs about ¼ cup of kibble per day.

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