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YUYUSO Rabbit Heated Pad with Cozy Fleece Cover for Bunny Guinea Pigs Heater Heating Plate

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This snugglesafe heatpad can provide your pets with warm, cushiony comfort wherever and whenever they might need it. Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item.

If your rabbit's temperature registers unusually low, let your rabbit hop around for a few minutes and then try to take their temperature again. Please note: The SnuggleSafe heatpad is SGS/ Smithers RAPRA tested (ISO accredited) and batch tested for product conformity. Wrap the pad in a blanket before placing it in the hutch to protect your VIPs from scorching themselves. Keep in mind that anyone can view public collections—they may also appear in recommendations and other places.It is possible that the thermometer hit a dropping in the anus, in which case the temperature would not register properly. I know people here use them with their outdoor buns, but I imagine they keep them under the cage itself and not actually in it. The air then cools the blood, which circulates back through the rabbit and cools their body temperature. If you have an urgent requirement - such as needing medicines quickly - please contact us (by phone if it's really urgent) . We do not have electricity in the shed, so I would run an outdoor extension cord to it (I feel safe with doing that because when we had ducklings we had a heat lamp in the shed).

Not used one, I wouldn’t unless a Vet said too, bunnies can get too hot, they have a fur coat for winter, it’s sometimes difficult to tell if a bunny is too warm and he or she could get very poorly, Olly has lots of Blankets so if he does get too hot he can move them, I put the heating on if it is very cold for 20 minutes then I use my heat pad for myself, bunnies can survive tempratures that are very cold, I used to live in the countryside and early in the morning I used to see bunnies playing in the snow when I drove passed the fields in my bus, there were bunnies playing in the snow having fun, but I did see Olly in January build a little burrow with his hay when it started snowing, it’s more natural, lots of hay and blankets is best, I think. I was wondering if anyone has tried microwaveable heat pads like snugglesafe and if they actually retain heat for 10-12 hours as they claim. or by courier - and we have range of couriers available, so please just let us know if you have a preference. It’s worth getting a hutch cover that fits snugly as a way to keep out the elements and provide insulation.

Allianz Insurance plc is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. You should also ensure that new pets are used to the outdoor enclosure in time for winter (from spring onwards).

I put a thick blanket over the front of the hutch at night for some extra protection whilst not blocking out all air. The most important thing with that was making absolutely sure my rabbits in the pen couldn't manage any contact with the heater or it's power cord, as well as having a safe non flammable space around the heater itself. Rabbits are increasingly prone to illness as the temperature drops so keep a close eye on them, including any behavioural changes. They have yet to chew on their beds so I’m hoping they won’t start now, but I’ll have a heads up before they get to the heating pad. Depending on the layout of your home, you might be able to find a quiet room for them to get accustomed to life indoors, away from noisy TVs and washing machines.

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