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Tip-proof food dish, drip-proof water bottle and hay guardSafe, well-ventilated and comfortable home for small petsEasy access through wire top and wire door at the front of the habitatAssembles in minutes using four easy-to-use plastic clips - no tools requiredTwo sizes of habitats are ideal for use as rabbit cages, chinchilla enclosures and guinea pig cages
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what all comes with this cage

Well I have ordered cages from online before and I had to buy the food bowl and water bottle so before i buy this cage I just want to know if a water bottle and a food bowl come with this
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water bowl, hay bowl, food bowl, and balcony/ledge/house.
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Water bottle, food bowl and a basket that attaches for hay.
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It says it right in the info: "Our Hagen Living World® Deluxe Habitat provides everything you need for safely housing pet rabbits. It is also suitable for guinea pigs and chinchillas. This hybrid cage, consisting of an upper wire frame and a plastic-bottom base, provides a safe, well ventilated and comfortable place for small pets. The wire cage is elegantly styled, with an arcing red wire top and white wire sides. The wire top opens easily for easy access inside and there is a wire door at the front for additional accessibility. The Deluxe Habitat includes a balcony with an access ramp and a tip-proof food dish that secures to the balcony floor. There's also a hideaway space under the balcony to provide your small pet with a quiet and secure hiding place. In addition, the Deluxe Habitat also comes with a drip-proof water bottle and a hay guard, both of which are located outside the cage to save interior space and allow easy maintenance access. The cage assembles in minutes using four easy-to-use plastic clips, no tools required."
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Acctually I take it back i am almost 99 percent sure it also comes with a food dish. So it comes with a water bottle, food dish and hay rack.
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It comes with a water bottle and hay rack. It does not look like it comes with a food bowl.
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Does the hideaway come out?

I was thinking about getting this cage, but my only concern is that the hideaway looks attached to the bottom of the cage. If it is, wouldn't it be hard to clean under there, or is it easy? I appriciate your answers :)
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The hideaway is attached by some tabs that are then held in place by the cage sides, so to clean under it, you would have to remove the bars on one or two sides (depending on the size of the cage.)
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The hideaway is detachable, but it also is a bit of a pain to remove (You'd have to take the cage apart and remove the bars to remove the house)
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When you buy the cage, you can put the hideaway in, but you don't need to in order to assemble the cage. If you put it in and change your mind, you can still remove it, but you might have to lift the "walls" of the cage to do so. I found it was better to put in an igloo instead, because then your pet will have more room and the igloo is easily movable. Unless you want to take your cage apart every time you clean it, you would have to reach under the hideaway to clean, which is not convenient but not impossible either. Hope this helps :)
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it comes out. the bars just go over it to keep it in place.
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Can a Winter White Dwarf Hamster fit through the bars or escape at all?

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yes, they probably would. I would not buy this cage for him/her, for its too big of a risk
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I've never used this cage, but I have had a dwarf hamster and they can fit through anything. Hamster cages are made with much tighter bars; this cage is better for larger animals. If you're going to spend the money, you'd be better off with a cage specifically for hamsters with "hamster-sized" features.
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It is excellant for my dwarf bunny. No problem with the space between bars, but not sure about a dwarf hamster.
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What is with the door in the photo?

Is that a sliding door?? Does anyone else see where by the food bowl on the side closest to the camera there is an open area in the wires? If it is a sliding door, is there a latch that locks it in place? Also, does it have handles at all?
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There are NO handles but the door does slide and slides and clicks over the bar into place so it doesn't. Get pushed open
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Yes there is a sliding door in front. Although it is very secure so you can't even tell. I would recommend using the clip lift up top door though. It's much easier. It has a slide door in the front but no where else. There is not really handles, however it is easy to carry.
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In the photo the sliding door IS open! There is no latch to keep it closed and no handle on the door. When we close the door we slide the white clip on the left of the door to keep it from being slid open by our kitten.We also have one of the white chips attached to the door. When both of the clips are fastened into place the kitten is unable to open the door. Contrary to what the description says and what the photo shows I do NOT recommending access via the top. It is a PAIN to get it open and shut properly. Not easy at all.
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2 Piggies

I am undecided on what cage I should get. I already have one guinea pig in a 42" by 18" cage. I am looking to get a larger cage for two guinea pigs. Should I get the Kaytee Rabbit Home Plus or the Hagen Living World Deluxe Habitat sized X-Large?
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We suggest visiting your local Petco store for suggestions on the best habitat for your pets.
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I highly recommend the Hagen Living World Deluxe Habitat. I just got the large size and I and my piggy love it! The X-Large I saw in a store and I would have got it but it is just too big for the room I have my pig in. But it was a pretty sweet cage. One thing that is great too is that the side/pan goes up high enough that no mess gets on the floor. The X-Large cage would be perfect for two piggies to have plenty of room to live in. I just left a 5 star review for this product.
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Definitely the Hagen World Deluxe Habitat x-large! Great cage for the money. Easy to feed or clean up with the lid that lifts. I just got 2 myself for my 2 bunnies. I'm upgrading from the medium size ones.
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is this a good cage for...

wounld this be the best cage for a female mini rex to have her babies in or is there better i want her to have her babies in a nestbox would that fit alright if u know there is better please tell me what is and also if u have any tips on breeding thanks!!!
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Having just upgraded from the medium to the deluxe for my holland lop and dwarf hotot, I'd recommend the largest cage possible. Come find us on instagram under daisy_mae_bunny

PetCo also sells the wooden nesting boxes too
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My bunny recently had a litter so yes i would recommend the larger cage
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Is the medium size big enough for a hedgehog?

I'm considering getting (one) hedgehog. Also, would it be able to reach the top of the little hidey-thing to get to the food bowl?
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I would get the large size for a Hedgehog. It fits a 12 inch running wheel no problem and gives them lots of room. As for the hidey-thing, when you put it together, leave that out and just use an igloo. It's too steep for them to climb and you can't move it to get them out if you would need to. Hope this helps anyone looking (since this is over a year old.)
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I would recommend the larger one. You can never have too much room and in the smaller one, the shelf takes up alot of room. I would also advise taking the food bowl down from the top shelf at first, or even take the shelf out because it is hard to handle your animal when it is all the way in the back of this cage under the hideout. See if your animal uses the self and plan accordingly but start out with the food bowl somewhere you know he can go.
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Can you remove the balcony/house?

I want to use an "igloo' instead of this house. Does the house easily come out of the cage?
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yes you can remove this. You actually can just set the cage up without putting the balcong/house in it.
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When assembling the cage you can choose to not place the hut in the cage and use an igloo.
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How does a guinea pig get up to the feeding area? Is there a ramp?

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They get up on hind legs and just jump or pull themselves up. Our "pig" is 4-5 months old and no prob. I wasn't sure it would work either, but no problems & our pig is LAZY
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Yes there should be a ramp they could walk up from, but remember not all guineapigs like using ramps and going up.
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Can I take out the hide house and put in another one?

It's not that I don't like the hide house but I would like to put in other ones to fit the holidays and that look cuter I would also like to put in another bowl. So can I take out the hide house or no
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Yes you can easily, before putting it all together you can opt to leave it out. Or after youve put it together if you change your mind simply pop off all the white hooks holding the base, lift up the entire top ( it'll stay together as one piece dont worry) take it out and switch it with something else and snap the bars back into place.
The bowl holder it comes with it very usefull though. My rabbit used to throw his food and waste it but now I dont have that problem at all
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of course
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What size would be best for a holland lop?

I'm getting a baby holland lop and I know that since she just a baby a small cage would do but I want to get her a size that she can grow into so i wont have to buy a new one. Like I want her to be able to hop and space to move around...Please help! First time bunny owner
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Having just upgraded from the medium to the deluxe for my holland lop and dwarf hotot, I'd recommend the largest cage possible. Come find us on instagram under daisy_mae_bunny
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I am also getting a Holland lop, and wondering the same thing. What I did for most of my small animals, was go to the pet co stores and browse the cages they have, and take your best guess on the best size cage, by looking at the size of the box its in. What I would do (and I am going to do), is just the take time to find the perfect cage for your rabbit. This cage looks big enough for a Holland lop (since they don't get very big), I would not worry about this cage being too small, because this cage looks pretty big, even if it was, you could sell it or return it, I hope your bunny is super cute and loving!
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would a size Medium fit a holland lop rabbit?

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Having just upgraded from the medium to the deluxe for my holland lop, I'd recommend the largest cage possible. Come find us on instagram under daisy_mae_bunny
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If holland lops get to be about full sized rabbit, no. I have a large and its just right or my mixed dwarf full sized rabbit ( Smaller than a normal bigger than a dwarf ) Meduim would be too limiting and they might not fit in the hideout
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What kinda hideaway comes with this cage? Will it fit a rabbit?

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Having just upgraded from the medium to the deluxe for my holland lop and dwarf hotot, I'd recommend the largest cage possible. Come find us on instagram under daisy_mae_bunny
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The shelf and another piece make a sheltered "box" with an opening.Yes, a small to medium sized one. Ours is on the small size and fits well in the hideaway.
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What size is best for an average sized guinea pig?

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I think the medium or large are the best sizesfor one guinea pig. The extra large is awesome too but it is really big and didn't fit in the bedroom so I went with the large. still nice and big. But the more room the better. My piggy loves his new cage. Plenty of room for him. Overall, I would recommend the large size. But if you have to fit it somewhere, measure out the dimensions to make sure it fits first.
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I have the largest size for two guinea pigs, I would say either the largest size or the next size down, but remember for guinea pigs the bigger the cage the better!
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Would this cage be big enough for a pet fancy rat?

I'm considering getting one, seeing as they may be the most appropriate pet for me. I'm still doing research, but this cage is the best one I've seen. Is it appropriate for one or two pet rats? Thanks C:
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IMHO, Large is good for one, XL for two if you want them to have room to play.
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Depends on the size cage you're considering. I've had the medium and extra large ones. Both great quality and the sliding doors lock and the lids locks.
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Will my bunny fit?

Im getting a minature holland lop bunny and I want to give it a lot of space for a great price. Should I get the mediam or the large.
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I have a holland lop (2 1/2pounds) and a dwarf hotot (1 1/2 pounds). I originally had the medium size cage for the holland lop but I've since upgraded to the deluxe model. I think they need all the room possible no matter the breed of rabbit. If your on Instagram, come find me at daisy_bmae_bunny and let me know what you decided.
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I would get the large..
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What size would be best for a hedgehog?

will a flying saucer fit?
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We suggest visiting your local Petco store for suggestions on the best habitat for your pet.
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I would say get the large size for your Hedgehog. Everything I've read says that 2 square feet is the minimum for them, and the large is something like 5 square feet and has more than enough room for the 12 inch wheel I have for mine. Hope this helps (even though I see that you posted 4 months ago).
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Does this cage fold flat (or close to flat) for storage?

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The bottom's just plastic. The cage can be taken apart though!
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I HAVE 2 GUNIEA PIGS, WHICH CAGE IS LARGE ENOUGH FOR THEM? IS THE X LARGE HAGEN WORLD DELUXE BIG ENOUGH?

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We suggest visiting your local Petco store for suggestions on the best habitat for your pets.
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This cage is not even big enough for one. Choose a rabbit hutch or a double story cage.
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Is this cage big enough for a guinea pig?

it looks kinda small and i also found on a site that the cage has to be 2x3 for a guinea pig. What are the dimentions?
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We suggest visiting your local Petco store for suggestions on the best habitat for your pet.
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I would definitely go with the X-Large for a guinea pig. It's nearly 4 feet long and it's just slightly under 2 feet wide. It's perfect for my house rabbit who weighs just under 5 lbs. I used to own guinea pigs (years ago) and this Is a great cage size for them in my opinion.
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