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  • The Pet Pads - Rabbit Hutches, Dog Kennels, Chicken Coops, Hen Houses
    Pads The online shop for a luxury lifestyle for pets All Pet Pads products are sourced direct from a dedicated factory Sourcing the chicken coops rabbit hutches chicken houses and guniea pig hutches direct enables us to offer the consumer a great pet product at an unbeatable price The Pet Pad range of hutches and kennels had been produced using quality solid fir wood which has been dipped in pet friendly honey brown wood preserve All Pet Pads hutches kennels and chicken coops offer elements that ensure your furry friend has a safe and secure home free from toxins drafts rotting and predators Sales Team Safe and Secure Ordering When purchasing your chicken coop rabbit hutch or hen house online you can be completely secure in the knowledge that the information you pass onto the Sagepay server cannot be accessed examined used or modified by any third party We now accept payment by PayPal a SAFE FAST and SECURE way to shop online Alternatively you can order your Pet Pads product over the telephone 01245 362704 We are open Monday Friday 8am 10pm and Saturday and Sunday 9am 1pm Fast Delivery If your order is received before 12 noon it

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  • The Pet Pads - Rabbit Hutches, Dog Kennels, Chicken Coops, Hen Houses
    and our business in any respect with any laws of any other country which do not in any event affect or apply to the same 4 DISCLAIMER Although we endeavour to ensure the technical and factual accuracy of all content of the web site this cannot be guaranteed and some errors may occur 5 LINKS To assist you in locating further information we may include links to other web sites However this does not imply that we approve or endorse the contents of that web site or the material available from it and THE ALFRESCO TRADING GROUP is not responsible for the content of such sites or their privacy policies 6 REPRODUCTION AND COPYRIGHT Copyright trademarks database rights and other intellectual property in the content of this web site are the property of THE ALFRESCO TRADING GROUP or our licensors You may reproduce any content of this web site only if it is for your own personal use and it is for non commercial purposes Except as set out above you may not modify licence create derivative works from or transfer rent lease or sell any content software or information obtained from this web site The Materials Design Content and Software on this web site is protected by copyright and is made available strictly on the terms of licence of such software and may not be used for any purpose other than the proper use of this web site in accordance with these terms and conditions 7 GENERAL Use of this web site is governed by and construed in accordance with English law and by your use of our web site you agree that any dispute or matter which arises between you and us will be dealt with exclusively by the Courts of England and Wales If any part of

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  • The Pet Pads - Rabbit Hutches, Dog Kennels, Chicken Coops, Hen Houses
    Guinea Pig Hutches and Runs Rabbit Hutches and Runs Dog Kennels All Chicken Coops Henrietta s House Contact Us Telephone 01245 362704 Fax 01245 362877 E mail Address Banters House Banters Lane Business Estate Main Road Great Leighs Essex CM3 1QX Click here to view map Enquiry Form Please complete and submit the following form with any comments or queries you may have Any questions will be answered as soon

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  • The Pet Pads - Rabbit Hutches, Dog Kennels, Chicken Coops, Hen Houses
    bulk We specifically target factories that serve reputable high street retailers John Lewis Marks Spencer Furniture Village Toys R Us Halfords to name a few where we know we are going to get the finest quality control procedures to bring the best quality product direct to your door As we only have a few product lines this enables us to buy in bulk and concentrate our efforts on these lines and give us the buying power to bring them to you at the prices we do Unlike a lot of other online sellers we try and provide you with as much information as possible about our Pet Pad products We are keen to promote safe strong and durable products at the best possible price If you require anymore information regarding our products and would like to speak to a member of our sales team please call 01245 362704 We are open Monday Friday 9am 5pm Other Webistes with in the Alfresco Group http www alfrescolivingonline co uk For all your garden furniture bbq and Patio heater needs http www trampolinesonline co uk One of the leading on line websites bringing the biggest range of quality trampolines to the home market

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  • The Pet Pads - Rabbit Hutches, Dog Kennels, Chicken Coops, Hen Houses
    chew on anything to wear down their constantly growing teeth Everything placed in the cage must be nontoxic Use plenty of lining material shredded ink free paper or commercial nesting materials available at pet supply stores are fine Guinea pigs will use the material as both bedding and bathroom You will also need to provide plenty of high quality hay for nesting and snacking Do not use materials such as sawdust pine or cedar chips or fabrics that may cause respiratory or other health problems Provide your guinea pig with a gnawing log such as an untreated fruit tree branch tunnels to crawl through and platforms to climb on Add a heavy food bowl resistant to tipping and gnawing and a water bottle with a sipper tube 2 Get a Little Closer Guinea pigs are easily stressed so they require careful handling To pick up a guinea pig slowly place one hand under his chest just behind the front legs and gently cup your other hand under his hindquarters Once you have a firm but gentle grip on the animal lift him Then immediately pull him close to your chest or lap so he feels safe and doesn t thrash around 3 Keep them healthy Feed your guinea pig a commercial guinea pig food formulated especially for the species These herbivores require a lot of vitamin C so provide veggies such as kale and cabbage Vitamin supplements may be required Treat guinea pigs to fruits including melon slices and apples but ensure that you remove the seeds which are toxic By providing your guinea pig with tunnels platforms and plenty of room you will encourage your guinea pig to be active The York Guinea Pig Hutch is one of the best guinea pig homes on the market With a large

    Original URL path: http://www.thepetpads.co.uk/guineapiginformation/ (2016-02-09)
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  • The Pet Pads - Rabbit Hutches, Dog Kennels, Chicken Coops, Hen Houses
    we needn t say more If you re not please research it Factory farming is terrifyingly cruel The good news is that by keeping a few pet chickens of your own you re reducing the demand for store bought eggs and sending a message to those factory farms that you don t want what they re selling 7 The Very Definition of Low Maintenance Chickens do not need to be walked brushed or fed twice a day Essentially all you have to do is gather eggs daily fill their food and water containers a couple of times a week and change their bedding once a month very low maintenance 8 Be the Coolest Kid on the Block Despite their many merits back garden chickens are still relatively uncommon Although this trend is increasing at a fast pace Wow your neighbours friends and family by being the first person they know to have chickens Chickens are after all the most chic pet you could possibly have Which breed to choose If you have decided you want to raise chickens CONGRATULATIONS You have joined a growing number of people who realize all the benefits these wonderful pets have to offer How Many Chickens are social birds and they do not fare well on their own so you should have a minimum of two As a rule of thumb two hens per family member should cover your egg needs Which Breed Did you know there are over 400 varieties of chickens With all those options it can be tough to choose Standard vs Bantam The first decision to make is whether to get a Standard normal size also known as Large Fowl chickens or Bantams At just one to two pounds each Bantams are a fraction of the size of Standards and are kept mainly for ornamental puposes Being cute and flashy they make great pets But they lay less frequently and their eggs are small They are also more susceptible to predators for instance crows will take your bantams but would not dare to go after your large fowl chickens At Alfresco we prefer Standards because of their larger eggs and reduced susceptibility to predators Chicks or Hens An important choice is whether to start with baby chicks or started pullets hens that have just started laying Baby chicks are extremely cute but there are drawbacks They require much more tender loving care than full grown hens and it will take approximately 4 5 months before they start laying Ensure that you purchase sexed female chicks as opposed to straight run mixed male and female If you purchase mixed male and females you will end up with roosters lots of them Baby chicks can be purchased at poultry hatcheries farm supply store and some garden centres Grown chickens can be brought at a hatchery or a local farm near you Coop Requirements Space needed For healthy chickens we recommend you allow 4 square feet per chicken if they have access to a

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  • The Pet Pads - Rabbit Hutches, Dog Kennels, Chicken Coops, Hen Houses
    rabbits live for Rabbits can live into their early teens Where can I get a rabbit from There are many places to buy a rabbit depending on your budget and your plans for the rabbit Pet Shops Friends and Family Animal Rescue Shelters Rabbit Breeders Animal Feed Stores Shop around and don t just buy the first one you see be selective in the process and you won t regret it Should I get a baby rabbit Baby rabbits are very cute for a while but they will grow up If you get a fully grown rabbit you know exactly how big the rabbit will be Also baby rabbits will grow up and go through bunny puberty This is where male rabbits spray everything in urine to mark their territory and both male and female rabbits can become fiesty During this time your rabbit s personality can also change A cuddly cute friendly bunny may turn into a big territorial finger biting terror If you do buy a baby rabbit you need to ensure that the bunny is 8 10 weeks old Baby rabbits need to stay with their mum s doe s and drink their milk to develop intestinal bacteria Taking the babies away too soon means they may develop intestinal problems later on due to the lack of healthy bacteria Should I spay neuter my rabbit Female rabbits should be spayed to prevent development of uterine cancer There is a high chance of female rabbits contracting the cancer if they are not bred from If you want to have more than one rabbit then you will need to spay or neuter your rabbit Two unneutered rabbits put together regardless of whether they are male or female will probably fight Two unspayed female rabbits can often fight just as

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  • The Pet Pads - Rabbit Hutches, Dog Kennels, Chicken Coops, Hen Houses
    Guinea Pigs Trampolines News by Month February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 September 2010 August 2010 Recent News Purchasing a Rabbit Hutch 09 02 2011 Why Are There So Many Different Trampolines To Buy 30 11 2010 Getting New Hens 02 02 2011 What Size Of Trampoline To Buy 23 11 2010 Tips to Help New Hens Settle In 01 02 2011 Telstar Combination Trampolines 18

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