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Home Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Moving rabbits outdoors RE: Moving rabbits outdoors


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I agree too, absolutely don’t feel you have to leave. We advocate the keeping of rabbits indoors, but that’s not always possibl. There are still lots of aspects about rabbit care that are the same for indoors and outdoors bunnies. It’s great that your bunnies are bonded. One big problem with housing a single bun outside is that it gets very lonely.

Bunnies housed outside might need deworming once or twice a year, if they graze on the ground, and in the UK, they definitely need to be vaccinated against myxo and the RVHDs. These deadly diseases are spread by mosquitos and ticks, so rabbits can get them even if they have no direct contact with wild rabbits.