A cozy house and extended run area mean your critters will be protected and active in the Boomer & George White Wash Outdoor Rabbit Hutch with Extended Run. Constructed of fir wood with a whitewash finish and green trim, this hutch adds charm to any landscaping. The green asphalt roof is weather-resistant and ensures years of durability. Rabbits will be happy hopping up the ramp to the second level and taking in the view from the plexi-glass window. They'll love stretching their legs in the extended run space. Sturdy wire maximizes air flow while ensuring they stay safe inside. Cleanup is a breeze with the plastic-lined pull-out tray. This hutch has multiple doors for easy access. This hutch is designed to comfortably house two to three rabbits.
Interior house dimensions: 19.25W x 30.25D x 21.5H in.
Interior pen dimensions: 73.75W x 30.25D x 24.25H in.
About Boomer & George
With a pair of pets in the boardroom, Boomer & George is a brand of fun, function, fur, and feathers. Our products feature original and thoughtful designs and features that normally cost a leg and a tail. We believe pet products should be designed to improve the lives and living quarters of animals and owners equally, and that everyone deserves to be happy and healthy. If ever we start to stray from this mission, we're reminded by our board members with a booming "bark!"
We stand behind all the products we sell, and your satisfaction is our top priority. If you're not pleased with the quality of your purchase, call us at 1.888.880.4884 or visit our Returns Center for more information.
Return & Exchange Policy
You may return most new, unused, and resalable items for a refund or exchange within 30 days of delivery date.
Visit our Returns Center for complete information and step-by-step help.
2 Questions Answered
Q: Does house have screening to separate droppings from rabbit walking on them?
Submitted 2 months ago by Georgia - California
Hayneedle customer support
Q: What specific wood is used for this hutch? I ordered another hutch to find out it was made out of cedar, a wood toxic to rabbits.