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Home Page Forums HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Moving rabbits outdoors RE: Moving rabbits outdoors


vanessa
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Don’t go away! This is a great forum. I’ve learned a lot here. Indoors or outdoors. I do keep my contraversial experiences/beliefs to myself, but I appreciate all the experience and knowledge available on this forum. I got to a point where I really needed it. There are forum rules about what we may or may not discuss, and about our behavior/communication/attitudes in our posts. So people can’t make offensive posts. The discussions I see here are a lot more pleasant than what I’ve seen on other forums!
When I joined the forum, I had 2 bunnies indoors, and 2 bunnies outside.
The general rule is – no more than 10-15 degrees temperature change. However – where I live – the outside temperature can change that much daily all on it’s own. So I do believe that rabbits are a lot more resilient to temperature changes, but for safety sake, 10-15 degrees is the rule of thumb. Healthy rabits can handle temperature change a lot better than sick/weak rabbits. I would still wait untill the temps are within that range. I do the same for my birds when I move them outdoors for the summer. I wait untill late spring, so they don’t have too much of a temperature difference to cope with.