i have a pet lop eared bunny, its mostly been kept in a crate inside will he be ok outside?

not sure how cold this 5 y.o. bunny will take

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    2 Responses to “i have a pet lop eared bunny, its mostly been kept in a crate inside will he be ok outside?”

    1. B!nd! says:

      I wouldn’t just throw him outside permanently straight away- I would introduce him to the outside gradually over a period of a week or two.
      If he has been kept indoors his whole life then he may not have had much access to grass- and a sudden change in diet can be fatal for rabbits, so the first thing I would do is gradually introduce him to some extra grass in his diet.
      Then you can put him in his crate on the grass outside (provide him with some shelter to hide under) and give him the change to get used to being outside for a few hours at a time.
      After you have done this for a few days you can start leaving him out for longer periods of time, before leaving him out all night (as long as it is a mild night and he has plenty of warm bedding.)

      You should ensure your bunny is kept vaccinated, wormed, and flea treated if he is going to be kept outside to ensure that he does not contract any illnesses.

    2. Jane Smith says:

      don’t take any steps to put it outside until you have consulted a veterinarian or animal shelter first. if you need or want to look into outside spaces for this bunny to roam in, first ask a certified professional’s help.