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    Can anyone recommend a decent run that has a nice height? Ordered one from Amazon but was cheap and nasty and potentially dangerous so it went back. My rabbits already have a hutch run set up on concrete, I am looking for a separate foldable run to use on the grass. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beatrix Potter View Post
    Can anyone recommend a decent run that has a nice height? Ordered one from Amazon but was cheap and nasty and potentially dangerous so it went back. My rabbits already have a hutch run set up on concrete, I am looking for a separate foldable run to use on the grass. Thanks

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    You might find some inspiration here

    http://www.thebigrabbithutch.co.uk/runs--aviaries.html

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    Thanks Jane will take a look

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    Hi, we have this one in the 8ftx6ft https://homeandroost.co.uk/product/6...ll-rabbit-run/

    It's the second we've had from them and have found them to be good and they arrive quickly. They do have some folding options.

    We also had a bespoke run made by Dave @ http://www.ukrabbithutches.co.uk which is also good quality. But might take longer to arrive.

    Good luck x

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheThreeB's View Post
    Hi, we have this one in the 8ftx6ft https://homeandroost.co.uk/product/6...ll-rabbit-run/

    It's the second we've had from them and have found them to be good and they arrive quickly. They do have some folding options.

    We also had a bespoke run made by Dave @ http://www.ukrabbithutches.co.uk which is also good quality. But might take longer to arrive.

    Good luck x
    Thanks much appreciated

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    Depends on how foldable you want it. You could make your own from aviary panels and hinges? (You'd need to double mesh it to make it secure).

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    I have two of these in the large size which I have attached together, as you can just use as many panels as you want

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00...pen&th=1&psc=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by daphnephoebe View Post
    Depends on how foldable you want it. You could make your own from aviary panels and hinges? (You'd need to double mesh it to make it secure).

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    Thanks Daphne, my other half has made my present run (attached to the hutch) and has made one for a friend from aviary panels before. He is quite capable of making me one but I've already given him the task of redesigning my current set up as poor Bracken can no longer access the hutch due to losing a lot of strength in his back legs Thought I would save him another job by buying one!

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    I made one using avairy panels turned sideways (so that the run was 3ft heigh). Its really sturdy and I made a 12ft x 6ft run for half what it would of cost to have one built. I'm rubbish at DIY but it was really easy just screwing the panels together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amy104 View Post
    I made one using avairy panels turned sideways (so that the run was 3ft heigh). Its really sturdy and I made a 12ft x 6ft run for half what it would of cost to have one built. I'm rubbish at DIY but it was really easy just screwing the panels together.
    Sounds good!

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