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Forum DIET & CARE Bunny Carrier

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    • BakingBunny
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      Hello, does anybody have a recommendation for a good rabbit carrier? I’m trying to find one that’s dark enough to keep her comfortable yet breathable, soft yet firm, and big enough to hold her. She’s a flemish giant/harlequin mix and 7.8lbs.

      Thank You


    • LBJ10
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      I’ve only ever used hard-sided ones with a towel or blanket. It seems a lot of the soft-sided ones are not sturdy enough or bunnies chew on them. But that’s just me.


    • tobyluv
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      I will echo what LBJ10 said and add that I find it a lot easier to get rabbits in and out of a carrier with a top opening.  There are some carriers that open both on the side and the top, and some with just the top opening.


    • DanaNM
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      Agreed, I like the hard-sided carriers sized for a large cat. There are some now with both front and top openings, which seem ideal for bunnies.

      You want one that the bun can fit in comfortably, but not so big that they will slide around a lot if there is a sudden change of direction.

      . . . The answers provided in this discussion are for general guideline purposes only. The information is not intended to diagnose or treat your pet. Seek the advice of your veterinarian or a qualified behaviorist.  


    • BakingBunny
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      Thank you for the responses.

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Forum DIET & CARE Bunny Carrier