If you don’t prefer this idea, you can build a shed for your rabbit with a climate control system
For those people who are thinking about adopting a rabbit, there are a few things to know when it comes to their health and comfort. You should know that when rabbits live in the wild, they burrow where the temperatures are relatively stable. When you have your rabbit in their hutch outside, they will be exposed to the elements. The temperature control within your furry pal’s habitat should be between 60 and 85 degrees fahrenheit. If the temperatures fall out of those zones, your rabbit can come down with parasites, sickness, and other complications that will risk the life of your fur baby. Fortunately, there are many things you can do for good temperature control in the hutch. If it becomes too cold, you can always make a barrier to block out the wind and the cold. You can add an outdoor heating pad to the hutch to help keep the ideal temperature control settings. Also, you can just bring your beloved rabbit inside the home where the temperature control settings remain stable. When it becomes too hot outside, you can still bring your rabbit inside your home. If you don’t prefer this idea, you can build a shed for your rabbit with a climate control system. It’s important to have some kind of windows though as your rabbit will want to have natural light cycles. You can use a greenhouse as well, but you have to be careful the temperatures don’t become too high in this type of structure. You can also place your bunny in a place where there is shade and a good breeze on the hotter days.